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pioneerbasketball
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Team Bunchie
Member since Oct 2005
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Canada Tried To Develop 'gaydar'


Conspiracy: The Canada government was so paranoid about homosexuality that it developed a "gaydar" machine.

The truth: It really happened: In the 1960s, the government hired a university professor to develop a way to detect homosexuality in federal employees.

He came up with a machine that measured pupil dilation in response to same-sex-erotic imagery; the Canadian government used it to exclude or fire more than 400 men from civil service, the military, and the Mounties.


Wtodd
Missouri Fan
Tampa, FL
Member since Oct 2013
42849 posts

re: Canada Tried To Develop 'gaydar'
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to develop a way to detect homosexuality in federal employees.



Hey Canada.....if the chick is dressed like a guy, she's gay......if the guy is overly happy and uses the words "fabulous", "outrageous" or "wonderful" he's gay.

You're welcome......oh yeah your PM is gay


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kywildcatfanone
Kentucky Fan
Wildcat Country!
Member since Oct 2012
59905 posts

re: Canada Tried To Develop 'gaydar'
And to think now in Canada you can't mention gender or anything "offensive" with the kid PM.


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kyrik92
Kentucky Fan
Lexington
Member since Nov 2012
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re: Canada Tried To Develop 'gaydar'
Just seems wrong that an organization called the Mounties would exclude gay men


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Pavoloco83
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Acworth Ga. too many damn dawgs
Member since Nov 2013
15060 posts

re: Canada Tried To Develop 'gaydar'
You need "gaydar" to tell whose a shirt lifter? Im thinking this is obvious?


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redeye
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Member since Aug 2013
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re: Canada Tried To Develop 'gaydar'
This is why Texas A&M was located as far from Canada as possible.


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