What is wrong with homosexuals?

... Dan Bradley, who, he says, 'had long since accepted the idea that homosexuality was powerful enough to twist a person into any shape and to make him lie to himself and anyone else, as necessary'. Bradley eventually declared publicly that he was homosexual, but many of the other secretly gay men discussed by Branch showed more of that firmness of purpose envisaged by Orwell. Where it occurred, it took the form of active support for the repression of homosexuality; as Branch puts it, they 'flew broomsticks to the witch-hunt'.

--Dan Bradley