Skip to comments.NIH under fire for grants toward creation of homoerotic website
Posted on 04/19/2012 12:52:25 PM PDT by Gennie
The National Institutes of Health has spent millions of dollars over the past decade to fund the construction of an HIV-prevention website that, among other sexually explicit features, includes a graphic image of homosexual sex and a Space Invaders-style interactive game that uses a penis-shaped blaster to shoot down gay epithets.
The grant money went to a team of researchers at the University of Minnesota that created a site called Sexpulse. The goal was to draw in what are termed MISM -- or "men who use the Internet to seek sex with men" -- in order to educate them and ultimately reduce their risk of contracting HIV.
But the site used unorthodox methods to get subjects' attention and keep them interested. The site includes pornographic images of homosexual sex as well as naked and scantily clad men. It includes several risqué interactive features, like the Space Invaders-style arcade game.
The conservative Traditional Values Coalition, which flagged the government-backed research and described it as "gay porn," complains the website and studies are a multimillion-dollar waste.
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Proving once again that the entire basis of homosexuality is a deep neurotic fixation on sex, which also proves that it's a choice and also proves it isn't simply "another lifestyle." The APA had it right when they had homosexuality listed as a mental disorder.
Your tax dollars being used to promote a neurosis.