In criticizing 2 Mississippi towns for approving resolutions recognizing LGBT residents, Christian conservative Bryan Fischer compared gay sex to intravenous drug use.

Hattiesburg this week joined Starkville in approving non-binding resolutions recognizing the dignity and worth of all city residents, including its lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender citizens.

Fischer, spokesman for the Mississippi-based American Family Association (AFA), called for the removal of the city council members who voted in favor of the resolutions.

“It's very clear that homosexual conduct is as risky to human health as intravenous drug use,” Fischer told AFA's own OneNewsNow. “I don't think there's any way in the world that the Hattiesburg City Council is going to draft an ordinance that promotes intravenous drug use. Why? Because it's risky to human health. They should have taken the same position on homosexual behavior.”

Fischer called on residents to “do something about it,” meaning the councilors who voted for the resolutions.