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Lesbo A Go Go at Nigerian Universities

Lesbianism “thrives” at Nigerian Universities . . . . well, according to this most interesting of articles at The Street Journal.

Yes! OMG!  Street Journal’s investigation “revealed that lesbianism, which is the female version of homosexuality, has taken root in almost all tertiary institutions. The act, which many believe is alien to African culture, has become so acceptable to those involved in it that they even flaunt their lesbian partners. The male-female relationship seems to be going out of vogue in many Nigerian schools.”

By the way, does Santa deliver presents in Nigeria?  This confuses many children.  Well, it confused my little pumpkin.

Why do we have to buy all of those gifts and send to starving children overseas?  Does Santa really refuse to bring gifts to poor children?   You scoff at the idea but when my son was asked in 1st grade to give some gifts to a needy child for Christmas – my little man refused.  He said, “Mommy, we may need that money and Santa brings poor kids just as many gifts as he gives kids with money . . . right?”   Ok, so we skipped the needy kids that year with the hope that Santa had our backs.

In any event, I’m packing for Nigeria tonight.   Santa . . . see you there.

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Buy Buddy G & His 2 Moms for Christmas – Give It to Some Bad Mormons

Buddy G, My Two Moms and Me . . . just a fun, happy, homo family!  If you have kids, know kids or want to agitate right-wing hateful Mormon adults with zombie kids – buy them a Buddy G dvd.

Don’t know who Buddy G is?  Well, he’s the first animated cartoon boy with two lesbian moms.  He is obviously the choice Christmas present for every Mormon family you know!

Support Buddy G and agitate Mormons. . . the best Christmas gift ever.  You can get the dvd at .  Watch the video by hitting “Read more.”

And how do the devilish creators of Buddy G explain this twisted attempt to show children that there are families with 2 moms or 2 dads?

“We wanted our son to see families like his represented in an educationally-based cartoon. Since nothing was available, we created one for him and all the other children with LGBT parents,” according to Executive Producer Margaux Towne-Colley.

“Buddy G reflects reality, most  –  if not all – children will meet another child with gay parents, and there needs to be a vehicle for including these families in mainstream entertainment for children,” said Towne-Colley.

“The beauty of Buddy G is we could substitute any character or even cast of characters into the series and the content would not have to change at all,” said Towne-Colley. “Take Buddy G and his moms out of the series and substitute the families from Dora, Little Bill, or Caillou, and the dialogue and storylines could stay the same. Bottom line is that the show isn’t about the so called gay agenda.”



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