Dr. Taylor would have been right at home in the Third Reich. The good doctor's forebearers are Hitler, Stalin, Mengele, Goebbels....<quoted text>
I don't think stipulate is the word you want here.
By the way, if people like me are pro-homosexual, what does that make people like you?
From "Kathleen Taylor, Neuroscientist, Says Religious Fundamentalism Could Be Treated As A Mental Illness" at http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/05/31/kath... :
"An Oxford University researcher and author specializing in neuroscience has suggested that one day religious fundamentalism may be treated as a curable mental illness.
Someone who has for example become radicalised to a cult ideology -- we might stop seeing that as a personal choice that they have chosen as a result of pure free will and may start treating it as some kind of mental disturbance," Taylor said.In many ways it could be a very positive thing because there are no doubt beliefs in our society that do a heck of a lot of damage."
It must be terrible seeing the kind of language that you are accustomed to seeing used to describe church outsiders now being used to describe faith itself. It probably doesn't seem fair.
Partial list of other mental illnesses:
11. Football Fan
12. Gun owner