Bryan Fischer Thinks Gay Adoption Is ‘Form Of Sexual Abuse:’ VIDEO


Anti-gay crusader Bryan Fischer, the subject of a recent New Yorker profile, reacted this week to that flawed study on gay parenting.

You know, the study that made it seem that same-sex parents somehow damaged their children. Though three decades of research says otherwise, Fischer of course praised the survey and offered his own thoughts on the matter, including why he thinks people who believe in evolution should be more inclined to oppose "normalization of homosexuality" and why gay adoption is a form of "sexual abuse."

Here's what he had to say on the matter:

Companionship is just not one of the purposes that homosexuals can fulfill in marriage. They don't know anything about sustaining a lasting relationship. They can't do it. There's so much pathology associated with homosexual behavior, they're not able to pull that off. The sex that's involved in homosexual behavior — it's unnatural, it is immoral and it is unhealthy…

We know that it puts the human body to uses for which it was not designed. Whether you believe in evolution of creation, we can all say, look, the human body was not designed to be used that way; it just wasn't.

In fact, I would suggest that people who believe in evolution ought to be more opposed to the normalization of homosexuality than Evangelicals, because evolution is supposed to be all about propagation of the species. It can't happen when two members of the same sex come together. It's impossible for them to procreate or conceive children…

The bottom line, ladies and gentlemen, is to put kids in this environment — it's a form of sexual abuse all its own. To adopt kids into a same-sex environment is a form of child abuse.

You can listen to Fischer's remarks for yourself AFTER THE JUMP...