SIOUX CITY, Iowa - The state of Iowa has just become the first state in the United States that has taken a stand against gay dancing.
Reports from the Hawkeye State say that the bill was passed by a vote of 39 to 11.
A source within the governor's office commented that the reason why the citizens of Iowa demanded that their senators pass this measure was because they felt that little kids seeing two men or two women dancing together would severely traumatize them for life.
Several research experts came forward and called that reasoning pure poppycock and said that while the kids may laugh and point there is no scientific evidence that they could become traumatized.
A group from Des Moines calling itself The Dancing Gays of Iowa plan to protest by waltzing in front of the Iowa Senate Building.
SIDENOTE: The state of Nebraska has adopted a wait and see policy and chances are that they will also vote to outlaw gay dancing as well. None of the other 48 states have issued a comment as of press time.