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02/05/2008

Video: Save the queer leader, save the world

by Jeremy Hooper

This Youtuber titled this video "Why I HATE Faggots!" because he wanted increased attention. But as you will see, not only does he not hate gay people -- he actually thinks we're the ones who are gonna save this spinning orb:

Now, the whole video is based upon a 65+ year old study on the effects that cooked food has on its nutritional value (The Pottenger's Cat Study), whose gay-specific implications (if any) have been mostly used by anti-gay mindsets in ways that Mr. Pottenger likely never intended. So we're a little uncomfortable with building any sort of argument on this very old research. But it is certainly nice to hear this self-professed former hater of gays now postulating refutations for the claim that gays have no role in society. It's certainly better than writing us off as God's little mistakes, the likes of whom are using up too much of the heterosexuals' oxygen.

Why I HATE Faggots! [YouTube]

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