Here: read it, in case you didn't see it on the news today or you think it's just another konagod stream-of-consciousness moment.
Senior Fellow for Policy Studies at the FRC, Peter Sprigg, told reporters that his study on "homosexual assault" in the military was based on analysis of public documents with the help of former US military officers. He said that in 2009, 8.2% of sexual assaults in the military were perpetrated by gays. The most common type of gay attack, according to Sprigg, is "one in which the offender fondles or performs oral sex on a sleeping victim."
8.2%. Wow, the dude is real precise with his measurements. Or is he just having a fantasy?