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02/29/2008

Video: Do these genes make my ass look queer?

by Jeremy Hooper

When this writer looks for jeans, he chooses a pair that ever so slightly highlights his peter. When WGN looks for a story on gay genes, they choose to ever-so-slightly highlight Peter (LaBarbera, that is):

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and peter is mad cause he only had four seconds. sorry, the story was not about him. it was about the study and the participants of the study.

Peter did not have to be consulted but the reporter probably felt there should be a degree of balance. I think the four seconds Peter got was more than adequate.

Posted by: a. mcewen | Feb 29, 2008 6:08:10 PM

The whole nature vs. nurture thing goes in my "who the f**k cares" folder. This is the way I am, and it sure doesn't matter to me how I got here. On the other hand, my partner feels there is a gay gene and reads everything he can find about it.

Uh .... when you're buying those jeans, don't forget to pay attention to what they do for your butt.

Posted by: Mike in the Tndra | Feb 29, 2008 11:56:31 PM

Some behaviors are not changeable. LaBarbera needs to shut his pie hole. And it isn't genetic, recent research seems to indicate a hormonal component.

Posted by: Tony P | Mar 1, 2008 12:13:46 AM

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