Help Freep This Homophobic Online Survey

Anti-gay wingnut Eugene Delgaudio has set up an online survey to ask Americans if they oppose the “radical homosexual agenda” of funding AIDS research, securing marriage equality, and getting basic employee protections. Let’s show him just how many Americans do support full equality for everyone. All it takes is one minute and a fake e-mail address.

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  • Politically Incorrect Thug

    I don’t say things like this very often, but this nutjob needs to be taken down, be it peacefully or otherwise.

  • HalJor

    They can’t even spell “United States” correctly. What credibility could they possibly have?

  • Jim Hlavac

    OK, then, one survey taken — and no fake email or name, the real thing — I have nothing to hide nor am ashamed of anything about me. Of course, you know my answers (I hope.)

    Amazingly there was nary a question there about divorce, child beating, wife swapping,
    adultery or abortion, or shooting up birthday parties — the true moral hazards to the heterosexual lifestyle.

    And can they now face reality and label every single gay man a “radical” and a “militant” instead of trying to divide us into less radical or not as militant? egad, putzes.

  • jason

    LOL, these conservative dicktards can’t even get their grammar correct. It’s United
    States’, not United State’s.

    Eugene Delgaudio’s teacher should give him a good spanking for failing basic English.

  • Riker

    Interestingly enough here’s what’s on the front page of that website in big bold letters:


    PARENT ALERT: Gay Lobby Admits: Can We Please Just Start Admitting That We Do Actually Want To Indoctrinate Kids?

    Apparrantly, Daniel Villereal is now a “top leader of the homosexual lobby”

  • zuluaskono

    Thanks for finding that! My adult child is in the process of undergoing male to female gender reassignment ( son to daughter?) I get really angry when I run into crap like this and fight it every chance I get. Can I take it over and over? Let’s find out!

  • zuluaskono

    I just noticed that…..United State’s indeed! And to answer my own question,yes, you CAN take it over and over. So have at it.

  • Jim Hlavac

    @zuluaskono: for 35 years I’ve been listening to this mush, trust me, you can take it. :)

  • JJ

    I know they are nut jobs, but it is frustrating that Daniel is incapable of choosing his words wisely. Why give them stupid quotes like the one on their title screen?

  • Elias Meeks

    Apparently one of their other surveys asking if we oppose elected officials who favor “the gay agenda” lost 72% to 28% — Ah the power of the internet!

    Also, I loved the letter/number code I had to enter to verify I wasn’t a webbot: BRA5Q.

  • B

    The survey consists of loaded questions. E.g., “Should businesses, schools, churches and daycares be required by law to hire and advance homosexuals or face prosecution and multimillion-dollar lawsuits?”

    Reality – most of us think that employers should treat employees fairly and not consider sexual orientation in hiring or advancement, which is different from a requirement to automatically hire or advance gays just because they are gay (which is what the wording of their question implies).

    Their punctuation (as opposed to spelling, of the possessive form of “United States”) is the least of their problems – their survey is designed to produce bogus results. They should be taken out and hung, not for the cold-blooded murder of the English tongue but for the cold-blooded murder of statistical methods.

  • jason

    I wouldn’t be surprised if Eugene Delgaudio has made love to men. I’m looking into it. We have our spies, Eugene.

  • randy

    The website makes it clear this organization is all about teh gay. Virtually every story is about homosexuals. Eugene Delgadio is a local rep in a conservative suburb of Washington, DC, and is northern Virginia. The guy us absolutely obsessed with gays.

    So you know what that means….

  • Atlas

    I signed mine Ladybird Bachmann.

  • Rhiannon

    I will admit, I took it the first time and signed it with a fake email and an offensive name, but I then retook it with my real name and email. No shame, just a childish prank. I’m allowed to be childish sometimes, I’m only 21 after all. ;)

  • Snownova

    The site it takes you to after completing the survey… My eyes they bleed!

    Its design is like some virtual nightmare from the early nineties, girlfriend needs to hire him a gay webdesigner to give that thing a makeover!

  • Opheliac

    I signed it Trollie McTroll. xD Email address was “[email protected]

  • jonjon1968

    I don’t think it matters what you answer in the survey. He is going to make up the results, anyway. This guy obviously is not above lying to make his point. The Family Research Council does that all the time. They give their “researchers” the results they want and then have them conduct the study in a way that will provide the predetermined outcome – even if it means disregarding thousands of responses in order to maintain a high percentage of ones that advance their beliefs. Do not give your real email address since this douchebag will probably forward it to every spammer in the nation if you disagree with his agenda.

  • Phil Dutra

    I signed mine Harry Paratestes

  • OrangeBoy

    @jonjon1968 I thought about that, and gave a fake email. Good call on the warning.

  • Kev C

    I signed mine Joe Buttons. I noticed that their site links to the “anti-family” website Queerty with a warning of explicit ads and mind-melting depravity.

  • David Gervais

    As of a few minutes ago: 52% other; 13% government spending; everything else in single digits.

  • Little Kiwi

    take the survey, but realize that you will then be added to his insane mailing list. for real. prepare yourself for an inbox of batshittery.

    p.s. don’tcha love how one-sided the answers are? HILARIOUS>

  • Gay_Curmudgeon

    Been there and Done that (several times, actually)!!

    Let me hear you shout AMEN!!!

  • DenverBarbie

    @Opheliac: Haha! I signed my fake email address as “[email protected]” I also did one with my real information, I’m pretty stoked to get the crazy face emails… I love reading “batshittery” newsletters with my breakfast cereal in the morning.

    And holla to Daniel Villereal, congrats on making the front page on that kkkook’s website. ;)

  • As gay as a rainbow-colored clutch purse

    Here’s the cheat-sheet:

    1. Yes
    2. Yes
    3. Yes
    4. Yes
    5. Yes

    Go get ’em!

  • RandyPants

    Goodness. These fools sent me an email that said “Thank you for completing a petition” and then had all this hate-fused mumbo jumbo and I was like, “When did I complete a petition for some crazies that I don’t even know??” Then I realized it was from this thing. Last time I checked…survey does not equal petition. Right?? smdh.

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