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03/31/2014

At long last, a new ad for Uganda tourist board's 'Brute Suppression of a Minority Population' package

by Jeremy Hooper

Screen Shot 2014-03-31 At 9.01.30 PmSome supporters carried signs reading "Homosexuality = AIDS 100%," the crowds sang a song called "Bye-Bye Homosexuality," and the president at the head of the rally spurred on the crowd with the line, "Oral sex! The mouth is for eating, it's not for that purpose." It was just another glimpse into what rabid homo-hostility looks like if allowed to spiral out of control:

Ugandan president leads rally backing new anti-gay laws [AFP via Yahoo!]

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