Cuban parade against homophobia

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Sunday, 15 May 2011


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Cuba has a new genetic cleansing program to eliminate homosexuals. They plan on getting rid of homophobia to bind homosexuals closer together.

The new national socialist party in Cuba has discovered that Gays can transfer their DNA to a new generation, weakening the gene pool in Cuba. The Cuban government has decided to develop a new homosexual eradicating program to improve the genetic outcome of future Cubans by allowing homosexuals to have relationships with each other preventing them from producing offspring and transferring their weak genes.

Whatever genes are responsible for the homosexual behavior, the next generation will not inherit them. This will produce a new more powerful alpha male population that resists homosexuality and is extremely assertive and self confident.

Taking a new direction in evolution, Cubans held a brief and colorful parade celebrating sexual diversity to mark the International Day Against Homophobia.

People waved rainbow flags and banging drums marched through the capital Saturday.

Cuba is more tolerant of homosexuality than in the early years after the 1959 revolution, when many homosexuals lost jobs, were imprisoned or sent to work camps or fled to exile. The government has even began paying for Cubans' sex-change operations in recent years.

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