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05/23/2007

Video: And at Sears, what sort of tools were you seeking?

by Jeremy Hooper

This is Shawn O'Donnell, a man who spent four years in New Hope, a part of the Exodus International "ex-gay" ministry:

Yea, this writer? Very gay. Like GAY gay. Never have I truly doubted and never have I tried to change it. And that being said, NEVER once in my single days did I spend even one afternoon "cruising a mall!" It's just not something that would have crossed my mind. And if it DOES cross your mind, you might want to consider that maybe, just maybe, you've got a little bit of gay in you (and maybe want more).

It's really not that hard: If it's really not that hard when you see a female supermodel leaving the Gap or Sunglass Hut, then you might be a gay (says the queer Jeff Foxworthy).

Denial Is Not Change [TWO]

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Did you ever notice that it seems to be closeted men and self-loathing semi-closet cases who get arrested in precarious sexual situations like mall bathrooms and Hartsfield International Airport? Now that a lot of sex has moved online, it's easy to see the vast numbers of married men who seek sexual encounters with other men. It's very sad.

Posted by: PTBoat | May 23, 2007 11:36:00 AM

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