Bryan Fischer of the Christian conservative American Family Association (AFA) on Friday asserted that the success of the gay rights movement depends on not talking about gay sex.

Fischer told his Focal Point audience that the thought of gay sex would “gross” most people out.

“Homosexual activists when they wanted to overhaul straight America, part of their very deliberate strategy, and they put this in writing, it wasn't like it's a secret. They said, 'Keep the eyes of Americas off what it is that homosexuals do when they come together. Don't let them think about that. Don't talk about. Keep the topic of conversation as far away from that as you possibly can, because if people start thinking about what it is we actually do when we come together, it's going to gross them right out and we'll never even get to first base,'” Fischer said.

“So, they understand that there is a visceral moral reaction that most people have to that kind of sexual activity because it is deviant behavior.” (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)