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Kids, when two people love each other, they **** like rabbits

by Jeremy Hooper

Speaking about an exchange he once had with gay-friendly Mass. Rep. Michael Festa on a local cable TV show that he used to host, anti-gay activist John Russo this weekend shared this bit with Mass Resistance Radio's Brian Camenker:

RUSSO: (speaking about Festa's appearance on his talk show) ...I asked him about this issue about homosexual marriage and were there any deficiencies or anythings that he could see negative for the school children. And he couldn't come up with any, and so I said 'well, how about discussing anal sex -- would you have a problem with that?' And he said, 'hold it John, this is a family show"

CAMENKER: Well, this is a family show too ::awkward laugh::

RUSSO: Right. But he did say that to me. It was interesting because here he is being offended by what he sees with his children, this sexual content at the malls, yet, he didn't want to discuss things that he was voting on that would actually expose children to a number of these issues that he didn't even want to talk about.

CAMENKER: Well, I mean, that's what we've found is these guys, there's something...something very... they...they don't want to go there. They're with the 'agenda,' but they don't want to talk about it...

Because I think we all know how we teach kids about heterosexual marriage: via a discussion on hardcore vaginal intercourse. I mean, how can you possibly even talk about marriage without getting into the steamy details of the honeymoon? In fact, isn't it impossible to tell kids that "When two people love each other, they pledge to spend a life together..." without next adding the phrase, "...going at it like cats in heat?" And, of course, Mr. Russo's totally fine with doing away with the stork and all those child-like explanations of heterosexual intercourse, opting instead for a discussion on daddy's ejaculate and mommy's menstrual cycle. "I do" or "Do me" -- it's all one in the same in the kids' minds anyhow. So it's clear that Mr. Russo's linking of legalized homosexual marriage to kindergarten discussions on backdoor action is in NO WAY baseless or fear-mongering! He's merely demonstrating how when it comes to talking to children about marriage without also talking about coitus, his hands are as tied as a honeymooning couple who've just discovered role-playing. Sex / marriage -- tomato / tomahto. ::writer rolls eyes so dramatically, his contacts are hurled across the room with the ferocity of a speeding bullet::

After this one exchange, we threw our hands up in exasperated disgust and stopped listening; but if you'd like to hear more, the link to this weekend's MassResistance radio show can be found below (aforementioned exchange is about 8:30 in).

Now if you'll excuse me, this writer must go down to the "Sesame Street" studios and complain that their recent discussion of marriage featured nary a mentions of orgasms. Honestly -- does nobody but Mr. Russo know how to teach kids about nuptials?

Aug 12/13 - State DSS out of control. Roots of the gay movement..[Mass Resistance Radio]

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