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06/10/2008

Video: Thirty years of "Change?! Are you kidding me?!?"

by Jeremy Hooper

Here at G-A-Y, we often poke fun at the wackity schmackity idea that gays can and should "change" into "ex-gays." However, as you'll see in this clip from a rare National Lampoon HBO special that originally aired in 1978, we are far from pioneers in terms of taking the piss out of the "homo no mo" notion:

The more things "change," the more they stay the same.

Homo No Mo [YouTube]

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They had Reallusion CrazyTalk back in 1978?

Posted by: ZenithNYC | Jun 10, 2008 4:53:44 PM

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