Practice Jokes from September 30, 2012, New York Times
California has become the first state to ban the use for minors of disputed therapies to “overcome” homosexuality; As such, California is now classified as the state most likely to lead a republican into temptation.
California Is First State to Ban Gay ‘Cure’ for Minors; despite the fact there is no room for bottom sex in a coal pit.
In the past, many republicans have overcome early homosexuality with beatings, electric shock and nausea inducing drugs, which explains why they get off so fast from beating their wives. At the same time as shouting “This is hurting me more than it’s hurting you… u-u-uuh”
It is a terrible thing when you get of faster from beating your wife than from beating you meat.
Republicans call the ban jerrymandering, saying this repression of natural sexual desires is essential to become a fully mature member of the religious right.
This ban is a step hailed by gay rights groups across the country that say the therapies have caused dangerous emotional harm to gay and lesbian teenagers.
California has become the first state to ban the use for minors of disputed therapies to “overcome” homosexuality, a step hailed by gay rights groups across the country that say the therapies have caused dangerous emotional harm to gay and lesbian teenagers.
“This bill bans nonscientific ‘therapies’ that have driven young people to depression and suicide,” because when you drive the youth to depression and suicide, it should be done in a scientific fashion
On Saturday, Gov. Jerry Brown said, “These practices have no basis in science or medicine, and they will now be relegated to the dustbin of quackery,” a statement seen as a dangerous precedent to advocates of circumcision.
Republicans are attacking Gov. Jerry Brown, who on Saturday signed a bill banning gay “cure” for minors into law. As the old adage goes, when you are snookered on the red by the pink go for the brown.
The Sun reported this as “Snookered by the pinks, the Reds go for the brown”
The law is to take effect on Jan. 1. 2013, will be a big year for bottom sex New Year’s resolutions.
The law is to take effect on Jan. 1. Already being printed are T shirts saying “I had bottom sex and because it is 2013, all my parents gave me was this lousy T shirt”
The law is to take effect on Jan. 1. Luckily, the world will have ended by then.
The ideas in reparative therapy have been widely adopted by church ministries promoting the idea that homosexual urges can be banished, or at least confined to the priesthood.
In the Vatican, no one can hear you scream.
Legislators in New Jersey have discussed introducing similar bills to ban the use of gay curative therapies. However, in New Jersey it is less of a problem as in that state very few gays survive to adulthood.