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Will Nobody Applaud Eugene Delgaudio For Pointing Out The Homoerotics Of TSA Pat-Downs?

You gotta give it up for Eugene Delgaudio, elected to the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors in Virginia and president of uber-conservative family values group Public Advocate of the United States, who argued in an email the TSA’s invasive pat-downs are part of the “homosexual agenda,” and the airport security agency’s non-discrimination hiring policy to be a “version of the Gay Bill of Special Rights.” Which “means the next TSA official that gives you an ‘enhanced pat down’ could be a practicing homosexual secretly getting pleasure from your submission.”

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5 Comments

  • gregger

    I’ve got to say, this is probably one of Queerty’s worst headline-article-tie ins.

  • Danny

    Well, one thing is obvious. People need to stand nearby in the airports with iPods attached to speakers and play 70’s porn music during the pat-downs while holding up a sign that says “Glad to make your trip through the airport even more enjoyable.”

  • Rick Gold

    @Danny: People still use iPods?

  • Kevin Alexander

    @Rick Gold: WTF are you talking about? Of course people still use iPods. The iPod is the best selling and most popular mp3 player in history. Crawl out from under the rock you’re living under, cretin.

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