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by Jeremy Hooper

   On the "Washington Update" section of their Web-based home, the kinsfolk investigators at the Family Research Council are decrying a Department of Health and Human Services website that's dedicated to preventing substance abuse, youth suicide, and other health issues in the LGBT community.

About the gay-friendly Internet location, the FRC folks are just in an outrage over the fact that the website "uses material from pro-homosexual activist groups such as the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) and Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG), while ignoring groups with a different perspective, such as Parents and Friends of Ex-Gays (PFOX)." However, such an oversight makes perfect sense to us, as most in the gay community assume that an organization dedicated to a deceptive illusion like "ex-gays," must be on heavier drugs than they themselves have ever come across. While hallucinogens may cause one to see pink, spotted, tutu-clad elephants busily climbing the walls while humming "Man in the Mirror," they are rarely powerful enough to convince them that folks can just all of a sudden change their natural, biological attraction to their own gender. So in short, an organization such as PFOX would never be supported by a rational body of individuals working towards an open, honest, drug-free society, as they come across as more delusional than the junkie whore who screams at the top of her lungs, "Man the lamps, pied pipers, the astronauts chew toads brains," every time we walk under the 59th Street bridge.

If you'd like to visit the "controversial" HHS website, it can be found here. Now if you'll excuse me, I'm extremely late for a business lunch with a certain bridge-dwelling junkie whore. She knows from comedy, that one.

Celebrating Gay Pride at HHS (2nd Item) [FRC Washington Update, January 11]
(Hat tip: Andrew/ Public Lounge)

**UPDATE, 2/16: Malcontent has more.

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