Friday, June 22, 2012

Gay Bowel Syndrome

Gay bowel syndrome is an outdated term first used by Henry L Kazal and colleagues in 1976 to describe the various sexually transmitted perianal and rectal diseases and sexual traumas seen in Kazal's proctology practice, which had many gay patients.  The term "gay bowel syndrome" is considered obsolete and derogatory.

The term was not specific to any particular disease or infection, and was used clinically to describe proctitis and a variety of other complaints caused by a wide range of infectious organisms.  Transmission of disease was considered to take place by two routes: anal sex, and fecal-oral route (anal–oral sex or coprophagia).

Now, I believe whatever consenting adults do in the privacy of their own home is none of my business... ... ... ... But C'mon!   Anal-oral sex?  How perverted do you have be to be do something so unpleasant and disgusting -something that is totally contrary to everything you learned in toilet training?

Momma don't let your babies grow up to be coprophagiacs...

I mean, I like to think of myself as a fun guy... adventurous, and a good sport... But some things would just never occur to me.  I don't think straight people do that kind of thing.

I figure left-wingers, the Democrat Leadership, and the Gay Community are all cut from the same cloth.  I mean,  once you've sanctioned the killing of the unborn, just where does your moral compass kick in and say, this is wrong.   In the same way, once you've embraced perversion, the most disgusting acts are a matter of taste... So to speak.

As for me, my poop-chute is, and forever will be, a lonely place.



Grammy said...

You are just so dang funny...a matter of taste.

"Theology of the Body," baby. Pope John Paul XXIII had an amazing message for our world in our times about having a sense of holiness about our bodies and the role the "body" has had throughout salvation history. It's all over scripture, old and new testaments. While we Christians have been busy saying the flesh is bad, we've unwittingly contributed to debasing our sense of the holiness of the body. If it ain't holy...what the hell?

SkyePuppy said...

Where the Left says, "This is wrong," is wherever Christians open their mouths in defense of the faith and of holiness. The only wrong the Left sees is when someone tells them that what they do is wrong.