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Stolen from my friend Mike.
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"Ohhhh, if you're brave like a lion, you can be in Gryffindor/And if you're boring and a nerd, it's Ravenclaw for you/And the rest of the people just go in Hufflepuff, because whatever/And for the evil fucks, let me direct you to our dark wizard factory in the basement called Slytheriiiiiiin!" -- Lindy West, thestranger.com
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"The religious right points to the suicide rate among gay teenagers—which the religious right works so hard to drive up—as evidence that the gay lifestyle is destructive. It's like intentionally running someone down with your car and then claiming that it isn't safe to walk the streets." --Dan Savage, writing on how even "liberal" or "benign" Christianity perpetuates the myth that gay and trans people deserve less respect than anyone else.
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Once I stopped standing in my own way...that was the day I was free.
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This is fucked up shit! This dude lived with a bunch of women and their kids (fathered mostly by him), and made them all call him "Lord". Then he killed one of the kids because he suspected the FOUR-YEAR-OLD was gay. He also killed one of the women because she couldn't have children and wanted to leave the group marriage. WTF.
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That is fucked up.
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It looks as though a Cisco employee was fired because of an anti-gay book he published, even though the book and his views on homosexuality never entered the workplace. I'm baffled that some liberals are obviously very confused about what "free expression" and "tolerance" mean. Are we promoting tolerance by firing people for their personal beliefs now?
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It's, of course, a conflict of interest. You don't want to give credence to someone who is writing anti-gay books because they're douchebags; however, it's God Damn America. That's what makes this country so great...that we have the right to think and feel what we want, regardless of how angry it makes other people.
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Homosexuals eat da poo poo!!!! :(
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WHY ARE YOU EATING DA POO POO?!
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A lot of people have mentioned this but it's worth mentioning. Neil Tyson is perfect for this.
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Ehhh... He's okay, but I don't think he can live up to Sagan. But who can.
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Huh. According to Wikipedia, prolactin promotes the growth of brain cells, but too much of it leads to sexual impotence. Now, would a loving God create something like that?

(Also, this has NOTHING AT ALL to do with my thesis, but once you start reading Wikipedia, there's no telling where you'll end up.)
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Ditto. Ahem!
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This is a three-part series on the "Sissy Boy Experiment", in which a 5-year-old boy, Kirk, was put into therapy designed to make him more masculine. This experiment was considered to be "successful" at the time (1970). Later, his family revealed that Kirk had never had a stable relationship--he was, in fact, gay--and took his own life at age 38. His sister tearfully states that she couldn't imagine "how he made it that long".

Oh, and know who directed and published the study? That's right, George "Luggage Lifter" Rekers.
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Thanks for sharing Kirk's story. I'm his sister Maris, and every opportunity we can find to let people know that you are who you are and that no one should be allowed to force you to change is important.
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This is a pretty big step in animal welfare. Way to go, United Egg Producers!
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very interesting. have you heard Bernie's reaction yet?
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Everyone should read this comic! Written in 1986, it details all the horrors of the gay "deathstyle". Horrifyingly sincere, yet inescapably hilarious.
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Wow! That is some astounding material right there! Funny in lots of unintended ways, I think. Sad, too.
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Interesting idea: Sweden has a new preschool which emphasizes treating all children the same regardless of biological sex.
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Heja Sverige!
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