By AATTP Contributor, Han Chimpson
At a Minnesota House of Representatives hearing on a marriage equality bill, a gentleman by the name of Mike Frey stood at the podium to argue against homosexuals marrying legally. As you will see and hear below, fellow liberals, his statement really brought to mind the phrase, “the stupid, it burns!”
Frey happens to be the pastor of Northern Lights Baptist Church, located in the town of Waconia, Minnesota, a town of 11,000 inhabitants located 35 miles west of Minneapolis. He left that part out as he introduced himself, calling himself a “concerned Minnesotan and father and husband”.
According to Frey, assuming one partner has the HIV virus, having anal intercourse is somehow more likely to spread the AIDS virus than any other kind of sex in which one partner has the virus. We’re not sure where he learned the science involved behind contracting the AIDS virus from, but it being Minnesota and all, it probably has something to do with crazy Michelle Bachmann. What follows is the entire quote from Frey, who stood there and spoke with the confidence of a man who thought he knew what he was talking about, which should really scare people, considering how colossolly wrong he was…
When there’s ejaculation into a vagina, there’s a barrier there — as in your packet it states there — of a cellular tissue that doesn’t allow the sperm that has an enzyme at the head of it to penetrate the blood flow. It is designed to go to the egg, that enzyme is meant to burn the outside membrane of the egg cell, go inside the egg and then deposit …
When ejaculation occurs inside of a colon, it’s highly absorbent material, the cells do not have a barrier for the sperm and those enzyme get into the blood flow. When those enzymes enter into the blood flow and a continued and prolonged environment to that happens — these enzymes into blood flow — it causes what we know as AIDS.
AIDS, of course, brings upon common diseases, colds and things.
The irony of Frey’s argument is that two homosexuals marrying and theoretically being monogamous with one another would prevent the spread of AIDS, for the obvious reason that unmarried people of any sexual orientation have more sex partners than married ones do.
At any rate, Frey’s (cough!) in-depth scientific testimony apparently failed to sway enough people to his way of thinking. Minnesota’s Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday approved the marriage equality bill 5-3. The measure now advances to the Senate floor.
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