Homosexuals and Buckets of Maggots
by David Sims
ACCORDING TO A STUDY published in Psychology & Sexuality, a peer reviewed scientific journal:
Research shows healthy normal people show the same biochemical reaction to seeing gay men kissing as when they are shown maggots crawling over each other.
Here’s an abstract of the study:
What do two men kissing and a bucket of maggots have in common? Heterosexual men’s indistinguishable salivary α-amylase responses to photos of two men kissing and disgusting images
The current study sought to examine how Utah men’s physiological reactions to viewing same-sex public displays of affection (PDA), measured through salivary alpha-amylase (sAA), differ as a function of sexual prejudice, as assessed using the Attitudes Towards Lesbians and Gay Men Scale (ATLG) and the Modern Homonegativity Scale. In examining physiological responses to same-sex PDA, the present study hoped to assist in explaining current levels of anti-gay hate crimes despite growing positive public opinion for the LGBTQ community. Participants in the current study viewed six different slide shows depicting same-sex PDA, mixed-sex PDA, everyday items, and disgusting images, while providing saliva samples in the lab. A series of paired-samples t-tests was performed and found that sAA responses to images of same-sex kissing (t(98) = 3.124, p = .002) and universally disgusting images (t(98) = 2.128, p = .036) were significantly greater than sAA responses to the slide show depicting everyday items. This result held across the full sample, regardless of individual levels of prejudice. The results of the current study suggest that all individuals, not just highly sexually prejudiced individuals, may experience a physiological response indicative of stress when witnessing a male same-sex couple kissing. The possibility of a socialised disgust response to same-sex PDA is discussed.
Africans, though not as intelligent as Western Whites, are also less subject to Jewish media indoctrination, and, one could argue, more in touch with their natural instincts. In an interview with the press, a CNN reporter asked Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni whether he, personally, disliked homosexuals. Museveni replied: “Of course! They are disgusting.” Another reporter asked Kenya’s President President Uhuru Kenyatta about the topic, and he explained at some length that “gay rights” have no particular importance in his country. In an interview with Sky News, a reporter asked the (then) President of Zambia, Edgar Chagwa Lungu, what he thought about “gay rights.” Lungu said he believed that decriminalizing homosexual acts would not be the right thing for Zambia and that the West should not judge Zambians as uncivilized because their culture did not favor the tolerance of “men having sex with other men.” In most African countries where homosexuality is legally frowned upon, meddlesome US ambassadors and leftist media representatives travel around trying to stir up trouble for African politicians who don’t favor “gay rights” and aren’t open to persuasion (i.e. aren’t corrupt enough to change their minds).
Homosexuality is illegal in 70 countries, and, in seven of those, the penalty for engaging in homosexual acts is death.
One observer, Kenn Gividen, remarked:
Everyone is a “homophobe” regardless of what they claim to be, apparently.
I replied that “phobe” might not be the best root word. Homosikhasia (homo-seek-ha-seeya) might be better. It means disgusted by homosexuality, rather than the fear thereof. The Greek spelling of the Greek word for disgust/squeamishness is σιχασιά. (Another possible root word: abominatio — Latin for “disgusting.”) The only way that normal people fear homosexuals is the same way they fear getting fecal matter smeared on their faces.
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