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Antigay Activist: Buy My 'No Such Thing as Gay' Book

Antigay Activist: Buy My 'No Such Thing as Gay' Book


Leading homophobe Linda Harvey is touting Maybe He's Not Gay as the perfect holiday-season gift.

As you prepare for Black Friday or Cyber Monday, antigay activist Linda Harvey has a suggestion to add to your gift list.

"If you were wondering what to get your teen or college student for Christmas, how about giving them the gift of common sense and morality? This is the way many people have described my book Maybe He's Not Gay: Another View on Homosexuality," Harvey, founder and president of the right-wing Christian group Mission: America, said Monday on her daily radio commentary. "Same-sex relationships are not what anyone was born for, yet there are reasons why people get there and even more reasons why they can leave those feelings behind."

Harvey has said that there is no such thing as a gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender person, only a "lifestyle," and that politicians, the entertainment industry, and the media, especially LGBT-focused websites, are trying to promote that lifestyle to young people. She has also claimed that LGBT people "hate Jesus" and that transgender actress Laverne Cox is working in league with Satan.

Maybe-hes-not-gay-linda-harvey-x200_0Maybe He's Not Gay was published in January. It was pulled from Amazon for a time, but it's back on the site now. The book carries endorsements by antigay leaders such as Matt Barber and Peter LaBarbera. "Linda wisely takes us back to reality and urges the reader to consider the evidence -- that no one is 'born gay'; that homosexual behaviors are often unhealthy; and that 'sexual orientation' is not some fixed identity ('who you are') -- as proved by the many EX-'gay' men and women who have left homosexuality behind," LaBarbera writes.

Listen to Harvey's sales pitch below, courtesy of Right Wing Watch.

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