Fischer’s Bigoted Version of ‘Love’


Bryan Fischer delivers a diatribe about how much he loves gay people, how he’s sad when he sees them “falling prey to that disease; there’s a sickness there, there is a pathology associated with homosexual behavior.” Then he diagnoses millions of people he’s never met:

“You know, these are not happy people. They are not well-adjusted people and it just breaks your heart to see what this perverted sense of sexuality is doing to them” because it is “destroying their humanity.”

Really, Bryan? I know lots of happy, well-adjusted gay people. And lots of unhappy, seriously disturbed and messed up straight people. But it would never occur to me that I should tell those people that they should change their sexuality because I “love” them. The only one with a perverted sense of sexuality here is you.

Comments

  1. Chiroptera says

    They are not well-adjusted people and it just breaks your heart to see what this perverted sense of sexuality is doing to them” because it is “destroying their humanity.”

    Funny. I kind of feel bad for conservatives for the same reason: their perverted sense of human nature and ethics pretty much seems to destroy their humanity.

  2. vilstef says

    These gay haters obsess more on gay sex than any gay person I know. Who’s the sick one in a picture like that?

  3. theguy says

    The damn Christofascists teach gay people to hate themselves. That’s the only reason why gay people wouldn’t be “well adjusted.”

    If Adolf Fishsticks really “loved” gay people, then he wouldn’t (falsely) accuse gay people of being pedophiles or for being responsible for the Holocaust.

  4. matty1 says

    What he meant to say was

    “You know, I am not a happy person. I am not well-adjusted and it just breaks your heart to see what this perverted sense of sexuality is doing to me because it is destroying my humanity.”

  5. a miasma of incandescent plasma says

    I think there’s still a residue of Judeo-Christian values in the American people…

    Is it a sticky residue? That’s just what’s left after Jesus comes into your heart.

    As it’s happening he promises that he’ll always love you.

    But then he never calls… never writes…

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