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Columnist: ‘Male-on-Male Rape Epidemic in Military’ Because ‘Sodomy’ Obama’s ‘Favorite Sexual Proclivity’

American Family Association spokesperson Bryan Fischer has penned a new column for ultra-right-wing site Barbwire, asserting that there is an epidemic of male-on-male rape in the military and it’s all because sodomy is President Obama’s “most-favored sexual proclivity.”

In a piece titled ‘Male-on-Male Rape Epidemic in Obama’s Pro-Deviancy Military,” Fischer writes that Obama’s decision to end the military’s ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ policy has caused the military to “become a playground for sexual predators, a veritable smorgasbord of victims for homosexuals on the prowl.”

“Homosexual conduct is immoral, unnatural and unhealthy,” Fischer writes. “There are a host of pathologies associated with male homosexual conduct, including random, promiscuous, anonymous sex, a highly elevated risk of HIV/AIDS, and a proclivity toward sexual violence. This is not a lifestyle any rational society, let alone its military, should embrace or support.”

“Because sodomy is now a most-favored sexual proclivity in President Obama’s military, male victims of rape have no one to tell without placing their military careers in jeopardy,” Fischer claims. “Our military has become a cesspool of homosexual degeneracy. It would be stupendously stupid not to accept the plain fact that, as the public becomes aware of these sordid and tragic realities, recruitment, retention, readiness and morale will plummet.”

“Bottom line,” Fischer concludes, “It is long past time to reinstate the ban against homosexuality in the United States military. Our national security depends on it.”

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Igor Derysh is the Managing Editor of Latest. com and a syndicated columnist whose work has appeared in The Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, Boston Herald, Baltimore Sun, and Orlando Sun Sentinel, and AOL News. His work has been criticized in even more publications. Follow him on Twitter @IgorDerysh

  • Steve Quinney

    I am shocked by this accusation. I mean, who would have ever thought this guy was smart enough to use proclivity in a sentence?

  • Judith P. Bradley

    Enough is enough. It is time for someone who has some credibility need s to come forward publicly and challenge these idiots. He was obviously exercising his right to free speech. However, that cuts both ways, With rights also comes responsibility. What an ignorant moron. I agree, Steve Quinney, who would have thought that such an uninformed and delusional piece of crap would us “”proclivity”. He mist have heard it somewhere!!!

  • Jean Phillips-Beagle

    These idiots should be really glad that they don’t have to pass a sanity test before writing this BS. They would be locked up for sure in a straight jacket.

  • Larry Hills

    Do you have any proof (facts) or do you just have a “proclivity” for BS