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01/24/2006

FRC makes HHS say RIP to WWW site

by Jeremy Hooper

Amidst claims from the Family Research Council that it was merely "pro-homosexual propaganda," the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has removed a division website (Google cache) dedicated to preventing substance abuse, youth suicide, and other health issues affecting the LGBT community. Though we're sure that the homosexual folks who've been visiting the site for answers to their ultra-serious questions will feel sufficiently encouraged, emboldened, and proud when they see this in its place:

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Nothing says "Have pride in who you are, troubled gay" quite like "File Not Found."

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