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What the ACTUAL fuck?
'Mummy and Daddy Fight Because of Something You Did'
'Daddy drinks because you cry'
"Sweeties rot your teeth", "what's that dog doing to that other dog?" and "you are bad because you're different."
why didn't the councilor phone the police on the uncle
I love a happy ending.
for being pleased he wasn't gay.
I mean, there's nothing wrong with being gay, but you'd rather be straight, if you had the choice, wouldn't you?
Me and The Counselor are coming round to have a chat, eh?
Just remember wrighty, you aint gay if you enjoy it. Just keep telling yourself that. FOR GOD'S SAKE YOU'RE NOT GAY.
burn it now!
2 x 333 = 666
this thread's number is 666666!
TRULY SATAN IS HERE
666/2 = 333.
Half of Satan's here. But where's the other half?
In IKEA, buying poorly-designed plastics.
HOW COULD IT BE!?
why the gay element is there is a mystery plus I love how it skirts over the uncle being a paedophile.
He just hadn't considered how sexualty assaulting children would make THEM feel.
It is truly terrible. It tacks on a homophobic element from nowhere. I don't remember the kid sayinghe had feelings for boys until the counsellor said it. ugh!
and everything was all right.
After that Uncle Pete and his nephew did normal things like playing Ridge Racer 2 and going out shopping to JJB Sports.
this was paid for by a religious group.
a novelty in certain denominations.
'Father McCumlumps apologises for his actions. NOW JUST SHUT UP AND GET ON WITH TALKING ABOUT JESUS, FOLKS'
I shouldn't gamble.
It also advises to expect fine weather this weekend with some cloudy spells and a possiblity of rain.
blagged it, I expect
I can't see how they'd convert their rationale
and what kind of publisher would print this stuff?
and I'm not even sure who this book is aimed at, the grown up gay man or the unhappy young child?
the world is a strange place...
how the counsellor didn't pick up on the fact that the picture shows he was clearly sexually abused by both his parents as a baby as well.
or was it good touch? No, you say bad touch"
of uncle pete in bed with the kid - pretty terrifying?
They look like they're in a stable and loving relationship. Step off.
the boy needs love. In retrospect maybe we'lll realise what a kind uncle he was.
and what other books they wrote
Where did you find it? I've looked up that key 'Now I realise I'm not gay" phrase on Google and it's just brought up the same pictures as on here. Do you know the name of the book, or the author?
i found the link on another forum. and the person who's page it is claims to have just found the images online too.
So he was just randomly searching for cartoon drawings of grown men in bed with their young nephews?
that is the only thing ive ever seen on amazon that has been given a shite review by amazon :D
"Tags customers associate with this product:
well done! And yours for just $65.47!
he seems nasty
Cohen demonstrating his "bioenergetics" technique, hitting a pillow with a racket while shouting "Mom!... Mom!... Mom!... Mom!... Why... did you... do that... to me?"
trying to impose his fucked-up-ness confused-ness on other people in a bid to make himself feel more normal.
Quite sad really.
good to see he was an HIV/AIDS adviser for the American Red Cross for 3 years and this was AFTER publishing his book
He also subtly draws a parallel in that book between parental happiness and the domestic role of women, I wonder if anyone else noticed that...?
I'm a very busy man...
Am I the only one who, reading that, immediately thought "TOBIAS FUNKE!!"?
werent sexually abused????? eh?? EHH? i like one of the amazon reviews that goes, its a book that shows theres other options than just "accepting" that you are gay. hmmmm...
16 of 24 people found the following review helpful:
Full of Hope, November 5, 2006
By Edward Brenton (Kentucky) - See all my reviews
If you're in the process of trying to overcome homosexuality, this book is one of the greatest resources you could ever have. It's full of answeres, and the author literally lifts you up from the gutter and encourages you so much. This really is a great book to get. It's helped me so very much along the way. So much of it is written as though it were specifically written just to me, and to read in it "I love you" and "You can do this, buddy"... it's just such a pick me up. This would definitely be one of the first books I'd ever recommend for someone trying to leave homosexuality. It really is a great read.
He literally lifts the reader from the gutter?
can't be choosers.
after reading some of the reviews, i was thinking, but maybe it is mean to try and force people to be gay if they dont want to - we say you can do whatever you want etc etc. but not be not gay if you dont want to.
then i realised it was all bollocks. anyone not wanting to be gay had just been fed a big old load of rubbish from people and nobody would not want to be how they "were" without outside influences fucking them over. Get rid of antigay twats and see how many copies of this book sell then.
to read that review by the guy who was clearly uncomfortabe with the gay community for what might well be justifiable reasons.
But obviously being uncomfortable with certain aspects of gay culture doesn't in any way mean that they shouldn't be gay, just maybe that they shouldn't see it as that crucial a focal point of their identity.
i hate humans. can i change species?
I am often uncomfortable with the heterosexual community, particularly the (seeming) majority in the UK for whom supermarkets are the venue of choice for beating their kids
perhaps Ani DiFranco or KD Lang could 'cure' me