Saturday, March 04, 2006

Stop the Gay Penguins from Adopting!!!!

Parents Complain About Book's Undertones
SAVANNAH, Mo. -- A children's book about two male penguins that raise a baby penguin has been moved to the nonfiction section of two public library branches after parents complained it had homosexual undertones.

The illustrated book, "And Tango Makes Three," is based on a true story of two male penguins, named Roy and Silo, who adopted an abandoned egg at New York City's Central Park Zoo in the late 1990s.

The book, written by Peter Parnell and Justin Richardson, was moved from the children's section at two Rolling Hills' Consolidated Library's branches in Savannah and St. Joseph in northwest Missouri.

Two parents had expressed concerns about the book last month.

Barbara Read, the Rolling Hills' director, said experts report that adoptions aren't unusual in the penguin world.
And homophobia reaches an all-time new low. Christ on a friggin cracker, is there ANYthing gay-haters won't complain about? So what? A couple of penguins saved a baby and raised it, is that something to sqawk about? Is it better to teach the children that the penguins might be gay, or that they saved a baby??? TWO parents complained.... TWO. And the book has to be moved.

For fuck's sake already.

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Rex Kramer, Danger Seeker said...

Did you happen to catch the Oscars last night? (I should point out that, as a heterosexual, I watched only to see what the enemy is up to.)In any event, the producers of the gay-agenda-propaganda flick "March of the Penguins" clutched stuffed penguins in their petite French hands as they tearfully accepted their little phallic statuette.

In summary, it may have been the gayest thing I've ever seen. Thus, it can be surmised that penguins are empirically gay.

You just can't argue with logic such as this.


Hellena Handbasket said...

A most logical string of conclusions.

I wonder when Fred Phelps will buy the domain name