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07/16/2013 12:43 pm ET Updated Feb 02, 2016

Matt Barber And Steve Crampton: Gay People Are Controlled By 'Lust,' Not 'Reason'

Just days after vowing never to recognize same-sex marriage despite the U.S. Supreme Court's rulings, the Liberty Counsel's Matt Barber continues his condemnation of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community.

Barber featured guest Steve Crampton, who sounded off on an alleged attack on an anti-gay activist who was protesting at a Seattle Pride event, Right Wing Watch first reported.

Claiming that "the average homosexual is not controlled by reason," Crampton added, "It's really a life controlled by this lust, this passion that has kind of overwhelmed them."

Barber echoed those sentiments, saying "sex-centric" gays "define their entire identity based on aberrant sexual behaviors and sexual temptations and acting on those temptations."

Earlier this year, Barber slammed adoption by same-sex couples as "basically purchasing children," calling it "selfish and [hurtful to] children."

He also tweeted an illustration implying the pedophiles may end up as Scout leaders now that the Boy Scouts of America have lifted sexuality as youth membership criteria.

When it comes to anti-LGBT views, Crampton has been similarly outspoken. Last year, he slammed the Employment Non-Discrimination Act as "insanity."

"I come in, God forbid, wearing a dress or something, and I want to use the women's restroom, you tell me no," he said at the time. "I think ENDA, if and when it's passed, would render you in violation of federal law."

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