Rush Limbaugh: Gay Marriage is Like Pedophilia (AUDIO)

Right-wing personality Rush Limbaugh compared gay marriage to pedophilia on his radio show, reported The Advocate

Limbaugh claims there is a movement to "normalize pedophilia" out there, similar to the one for marriage quality. 

"There is a movement on to normalize pedophilia, and I guarantee you your reaction to that is probably much the same as your reaction when you first heard about gay marriage," he said. "What has happened to gay marriage? It’s become normal — and in fact, with certain people in certain demographics it’s the most important issue in terms of who they vote for," the controversial character added. 

According to Politico, Limbaugh was referring to an article in The Guardianwhich talks about a British television host who reportedly molested hundreds of minors.

The article addresses about a supposedly growing argument that "pedophilia should be classified as a sexual orientation." 

Read on The Advocate.

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