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  1. says

    You know… This makes a lot of sense. Twisted evangelical logic, but logic-ish. If sexuality can be programmed, then all these hippy liberal teachers are teaching them to be gay, right? So then they need therapy to repair the damage.Or so the wackjob logic goes.That said, I’ve worked in childcare for a number of years, and you can clearly see that even infants who can’t talk yet will crawl to caregivers they are interested in. Parents joke about ‘oh he is such a flirt’ or ‘yup! She defiantly likes the boys!’, but if children who can’t even speak yet demonstrate selective behaviors, then how are they being programmed by culture?(I won’t even go into the abundant and well-documented examples of animal homosexuality. Stupid penguins watching TV all the time and getting the wrong ideas! They should read the Bible!!)

  2. Pepijn says

    Hi Dirk!It’s one of the things Michael Shermer says they made him do in reparative therapy, thereby implying that it’s something that monosexuals don’t do. So yeah, I guess I got that wrong… ;-)

  3. MaxDWolf says

    I’m glad Dr. Doubletree is out there. Don’t get me wrong. I have nothing against monosexuals. I just wouldn’t want my sister to marry one. :-D

  4. Clare Milner says

    Took me a moment or two to cotton on (in my defence, it’s past my bedtime!) and then … Bazinga! ¬†Awesome skit … still chuckling :)

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