Um, there you go with your assertion. Still waiting for the evidence of your assertion. As to your gay rights problem, lots of family people are fighting for equality for gay people as well, are you saying they're all gay now? Pulling a fallacy of equivocation is not a wise move, sir, because it demonstrates that you are looking for an excuse to hate, which is not surprising considering you are religious and that is a common trait of religious people.<quoted text>He says he's asexual but rants on about gay rights and drools over Brian Cox, posting that he thinks Brian is "dreamy". I think we all know what KK means by dreamy, don't we?
All your "evidence" is nothing more than personal projection and fallacies.