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Bryan Fischer: India’s Ruling Proves the Gay Rights ‘Culture Trend’ Can be Stopped – Video

You knew it was coming……….

After this weeks shocking news that the Supreme Court of India reinstated a colonial era law that made gay sex illegal again since it had been ruled unconstitutional back in 2009.  Not missing a beat  American Family Association spokesdouche Bryan Fisher jump on the news like a rabid dog stating that India’s decision could be a model for other countries to stop the march of LGBT equality

Said Fischer:

“This shows, ladies and gentlemen, that it can be done. It shows that this cultural trend that we’re dealing with can be reversed, because for four years it was open season for homosexuals in India and now that drift away from cultural norms and moral norms, that’s been reversed in the country of India…Good law in India upheld by the Supreme Court.

Damn those activist judges… oh, wait.

So Fischer thinks that America should follow in the steps of a NON-CHRISTIAN 3rd. world country that legally allows men to rape women.

Yeah India is really something to aspire to becoming.


Will Kohler

Will Kohler is one of America's best known LGBT historians, He is also a a accredited journalist and the owner of Back2Stonewall.com. A longtime gay activist Will fought on the front lines of the AIDS epidemic with ACT-UP and continues fighting today for LGBT acceptance and full equality. Will’s work has been referenced on such notable media venues as BBC News, CNN, MSNBC, The Washington Post, The Daily Wall Street Journal, Hollywood Reporter, and Raw Story. Back2Stonewall has been recently added to the Library of Congress' LGBTQ+ Studies Web Archive. Mr. Kohler is available for comment, interviews and lectures on LGBT History. Contact: Will@Back2Stonewall.com

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