Harvard Study Reveals that All Homophobic People are Gay

Wonder if my High School Bully is gay. mmm

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A shocking, double-blind study released by Harvard, in collaboration with MIT, has revealed that all people who are homophobic are actually homosexuals themselves. The study, which was carried out over the course of 5 years and involved nearly 5,000 male subjects, is being accepted by the American Psychological Association as being “scientifically irrefutable.”

This lengthy, intricate study was conducted by the folks at the Harvard Center for Brain Science and incorporated proven Penis Responsiveness Technology (PRT) and Brainwave Function Reading (BFR)  from leading scientists from the Biomimetic Robotics Lab at MIT.

The Penis Responsiveness Technology was created from an offshoot program with the Meshworm Soft Robotics sleeve which was fitted around each of the subjects’ penises. It is capable of measuring blood flow, responsive twitches, and swelling. Meanwhile, Brainwave Function Reading system was set up with diodes attached to the different parts of the skull to read emotional responses in…

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One thought on “Harvard Study Reveals that All Homophobic People are Gay

  1. Science, as long as it is science, is always cautious in making such brute generalizations like ‘all’ homophobic people are gay people and the like; it more suits ideology rather then science. I cannot judge if it is the Harvard article’s flaw due to absence of a link to it. Anyhow, let us assume doing it is acceptable. So what consequences would follow from allowing one to make such overwhelming generalizations? If it is true that all of the people who dislike gays are gays themselves, the rest of people would contain those who do not dislike them–that is, those who like and those who are neutral to them. This conclusion or rather, this logic questions the credibility of the meanings of words–namely, of the term dislike in this case. Imagine that the meaning of your disliking eating an apple would suggest at once your implicit inclination for liking eating the apple? So what, to like or not to like, to eat or not to eat? Now you cannot be sure not only in the usage of the word dislike but also in that of the term like etc. How would you enjoy an ‘opportunity’ for using words in that uncertain, contradictory ways? But just this is what the logic of doing the brute generalizations implies here.

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