One expert thinks it's smart of The Associated Press to
cease use of the term "homophobia" -- a term that he says emerged
from homosexual activism and has no valid basis in psychology.
Truth About Homosexuality (AFTAH) president Peter LaBarbera
congratulates The Associated Press for no longer using the
terms "homophobia" or "ethnic cleansing." Homophobia, he
says, is not an accurate term to begin with.
"This term was invented by a left-wing activist. It's designed
to portray people who oppose homosexuality as somehow possessing an
irrational fear," LaBarbera explains.
"I don't fear homosexuals. I just disagree with them. We oppose
their behavior; we oppose the homosexual activist agenda. It's not
about fear. It's about our faith. It's about common sense. It's
about doing what's right, but obviously they want to make
conservatives and Christians who oppose homosexuality look like
they're just a little bit off, that they have some kind of
Meanwhile, the AFTAH president says homosexual activists are
furious about the change and "are working hard to get AP to