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03/13/2008

Video: Two balls attached to pink shafts school us on gayness

by Jeremy Hooper

When you want to rationally consider a complex issue, you get together a panel of scholars, look at all evidence and research in an unbiased fashion, examine all sides of debate, and put together reasoned food for thought.

When you want to let long-held biases triumph over cognitive thought, you make a video of two pink stick figures demonizing gays and those who support them:

"If you entertain any idea long enough, it becomes seemingly more natural." Oh, you mean like the childish idea that heterosexuals were blessed enough to simply be born into their sexualities, yet gays "chose" to be gay because it's just so fun, easy, and widely accepted?

Hoodwinkers: How You Can Be Gay & Christian? [YouTube]

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Disabling comments for your youtube video = sure sign that you know deep down inside that your video is total bull shit.

Posted by: zortnac | Mar 13, 2008 1:30:07 PM

That's very true, zortnac. And it's a socially conservative phenomenon.

Posted by: G-A-Y | Mar 13, 2008 1:32:54 PM

...though in this case I may have been a bit premature :(

Looks like my comment just took a REALLY long time to show up. My bad!

Posted by: zortnac | Mar 13, 2008 3:21:24 PM

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