Bryan Fischer of the Christian conservative group American Family Association (AFA) has compared homosexuality to eating “the faces off homeless people.”

In an op-ed titled It's Altogether Right To Discriminate Against Homosexual Behavior published at, Fischer argued that discrimination should be promoted under certain instances.

“The truth is that public policy is about nothing other than discrimination,” Fischer wrote. “This is what public policy is all about: using good judgment to distinguish those behaviors that are worthy of public approval from those behaviors which ought to receive public disapproval.”

“Public policy is about discriminating against behaviors that are socially destructive and corrosive to the social fabric. So, we rightly discriminate against people who rip off convenience stores, burgle houses, drive while drunk, eat the faces off homeless people, gunning down servicemen on military bases, embezzle funds from employers or clients, or beat their wives.”

“If a man's actions are contrary to good public policy, it is altogether right that society should discriminate against such behaviors by, at a minimum, expressing public disapproval of such conduct.”

“[W]e discriminate against sexually immoral and inappropriate behavior all the time, and homosexual behavior is sexually immoral and inappropriate.”

“Does DOMA discriminate against immoral sexual behavior? Yes, and it should. Do state marriage amendments that protect man-woman marriage discriminate against unnatural sexual behavior? Yes, and they should.”

Fischer ended his op-ed not by explaining how being gay was contrary to good public policy but instead stating that a caring “rational” society would discriminate against gay people: “A rational culture that cares about its people will in fact discriminate against adultery, pedophilia, rape, bestiality, and, yes, homosexual behavior.”