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09/11/2012

Because all scientifically slighted movements should come with fun accessories

by Jeremy Hooper

Have six bucks? A naked body part in need of some rubber? A bizarre insistence in the supposed credibility of a movement and idea that has no credible backing?

If you answered yes to the above, then you're in look, you non-discerning costumer. It turns out that professional "ex-gay" Janet Boynes is now selling totally cool, oh-so-stylish wrist wear. And lucky you—they accessories come in multiple colors, fit to match just about any outfit, and are available emblazoned with multiple messages ("Tak-n Back The Rainbow" "Power of Change" and "Called Out"), allowing the wearer to confuse insistence for merit in any number of different combinations:

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[Janet Boynes wristbands]

Who needs truth? You have wristlets.

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