Mission America’s Linda Harvey claims gays are all closeted straight people

Far right American Christian author Linda Harvey claims we’re all pretending that we’re attracted to people of the same-sex because nobody has won the Nobel Prize for discovering a gay gene

Mission America’s Linda Harvey claims gays are all closeted straight people
24 January 2014

Mission America ‘media missionary’ Linda Harvey has taken to far right US website WND to claim that gay people are actually all heterosexual – and are terrified of anyone finding out.

In a column entitled ‘Reality: everyone is a heterosexual’ praising Russia’s ban on so-called homosexual propaganda to minors Harvey says since no one has won the Nobel Peace Prize for discovering a gene that causes homosexuality one must not exist.

‘Remember that Nobel Prize winner, the scientist who discovered the “gay” gene? I’m having trouble coming up with the name,’ Harvey writes,

‘It’s because there is no such researcher, since nothing like a “gay gene” has been found. Surely, with the Western elites’ affection for “gay rights,” a Nobel Prize would be the reward if such a discovery were on record.

‘The infuriated “gays” are all closet heterosexuals, terrified someone will find out and blow the lid off this movement.

‘The reality is, no one is a homosexual and everyone is a heterosexual. And those who have developed, fantasized and nurtured those “gay” feelings really don’t like reality. It makes them want to attack. Or it makes them start vicious organizations like GLAAD, to make the lies seem real and respectable.’

WND, formerly World News Daily, is a "news website" that is so anti-gay that they put quotation marks around the word gay in all their articles discussing LGBTI issues.

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