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Man nabs library's 'Joy of Gay Sex'; shelves' intercourse now listless

by Jeremy Hooper

    In protest of his local library's decision to carry the queer-centric book, an Idaho man has reportedly checked out "The Joy of Gay Sex" and indicated that he won't be returning it, so that no other local folk can have the opportunity to select if for themselves.

Or as we see it: A strategy that sounds like one our closeted teen selves might've used in order to justify our viewing the book. Your humble scribe circa 1994: "Oh, uhm, I was..yea..uhm...I was just in that AOL chat room so that I them all 'fags.' Yea, that's it."

It's unclear what the man, Randy Jackson (no, not that one), is doing with the book now that it's in his possession. Though should neighbors hear things like "Oh, I get how it's done now; grease it up and put the beef in there" coming from the general direction of Randy's home, they should know that there's a good chance the Jacksons aren't simply watching Emeril prepare a complex casserole.

No 'Joy of Gay Sex' at This Idaho Town Library [Fox News]
(Hat tip: P1Q)

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