Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Homosexuality a disease, says bishop of Celaya, Guanajuato. Now we know.

The great enlightened bishop of Celaya, Benjamin Castillo Plascencia, informs us that he is, of course, not homophobic, but rather cares so much for his fellow beings that he just can't keep his profound knowledge of gay issues to himself:

"It has nothing to do with homophobia. I just cannot accept that a sick person is sick; it hurts me that the person is sick, and I can hardly accept this. One must accept this sickness, and fight to overcome it."

And the final clincher: Why have anyone contracted this terrible disease, then? Well, it's because they have "stories related to abuses."

Thank heavens we have chaste men like Benjamin Castillo Plascencia to help care for these sick people and spread his, albeit non-scientific, but undoubtedly profound, knowledge of gay matters.

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