It was a full day of crazy even by American Family Association Radio standards last week, when former hate group president and Fox News contributor Sandy Rios hosted noted ex-gays Christopher Doyle and Chuck Peters on the "Sandy Rios in the Morning" show. In the segment with Doyle and Peters, the pair of self-proclaimed "ex-gay advocates" expounded on the old theory of how an absent or weak father and over-bearing strong mother are the tools used to turn boys queer.
"That’s why I believe a lot of gay-identified men really worship these celebrities, these strong women, like Madonna or Cher or Lady Gaga" said Peters. "Because these women are strong women, like the mom that I grew up with, that are very opinionated, have a chip on their shoulder, wear the pants in the family, and these are the women that I wanted to be like or I wanted to identify with because I didn’t have a man in the house who wore the pants, who would teach me how to be a man." Full story here via Edge!
WGB: First of all, I was born gay. That being said, strong women like Madonna just allowed me to have the strength to believe in myself and accept myself for who I am!
Also, I am shocked that Fox news would air a segment like this.