Exposing the Heterosexual Agenda

A very amusing parody from Jim Burroway, The Heterosexual Agenda: Exposing the Myths. Funny stuff.

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Or not so funny stuff.

I think Jim does a superlative job of exposing the serious and purposeful methods of hate groups like AFA, FRC, CWfA, and FotF in concocting these kinds of pseudo-factual publications. Not to be missed is the "What I learned from making this" section at the end.