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06/22/2010

Sans-the-Gay O'Goner

by Jeremy Hooper

QuinlanProfessional "ex-gay" Greg Quinlan (pic.) thinks SCOTUS nominee Elena Kagan might be part of his team:

Is Elena Kagan an 'ex-gay'? [Towle]

Personally, we couldn't care less about who Kagan does or did diddle. But in the highly unlikely event that Kagan were to identify in a flux state that defies the scientific body of sexual orientation knowledge, that peculiarly (and opportunistically) identifies by the kind of sex the practitioner claims to have once enjoyed rather than the variety of love that he or she now claims to experience, and that runs cover for "pro-family" groups in order to justify their "love the sinner, hate the sin" stances? Well then we're not gonna lie: We ourselves would probably change from "confirm" to "Bork" faster that one could say "And I hear Ruth Bader Ginsburg is a unicorn."

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