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Former Indiana Official Wants Buttigieg to Denounce Fisting, Rimming

Former Indiana Pol Wants Buttigieg To Denounce Fisting, Rimming

A former Indiana lawmaker and homophobic preacher says Pete Buttigieg needs to prove he’s not a disease-ridden, promiscuous gay man.

Don Boys, a former member of the Indiana House of Representatives who has written books decrying Muslims, published a bizarre rant on his Common Sense for Today blog on May 15. In it, he slams the South Bend, Ind. mayor and Democratic presidential candidate for his sexuality.

In the post, Boys graphically describes gay men ingesting semen and rubbing feces on one another, and says most gay men give each other golden showers. Specifically, he said Buttigieg must denounce fisting and rimming if he wants to replace Donald Trump in the White House.

Boys refuses to acknowledge Buttigieg’s “husband,” Chasten, and slams Time for publishing the couple on its cover.

His post, entitled “Pete, Since You Brought It Up, How ‘Gay’ Are You?,” asserts Buttigieg brought homophobic scrutiny onto his dangerous lifestyle by coming out.

“Arrogant homosexuals seem to think that all of us want to know about when they 'became aware of their sexuality' and feel a need to announce it to the world. As if we care,” Boys writes.

Then in a genuine testament to how much he cares, Boys then goes on to slam Buttigieg for living with a man before they were married.

“I don’t hate Pete or his lover or any other homosexual, but I will not give them a pass when they or others suggest that ‘gayness’ is not perversion, that it is normal, maybe even admirable,” Boys writes.

He then suggests Buttigieg will likely live a shorter life for being gay.

“Voters should know that a homosexual president may not live to finish his term,” Boys writes about the 37-year-old presidential candidate.

“Moreover, 70 percent of homosexuals admit to having at least one STD plus they are infected with other contagious diseases such as tuberculosis, pneumonia, etc,” Boys writes. “About 20 percent of homosexual men are infected with HIV and about half of them do now know it. Don’t voters have a right, even an obligation, to know a candidate’s health status since the candidate’s health is always an issue? Is a homosexual candidate an exception? If so, why?”

Incidentally, Centers for Disease Controls and Prevention estimated about 632,300 gay and bisexual men in the U.S. have HIV. That’s more than half of all HIV diagnoses, making the population high risk. But Gallup estimates more than 10 million Americans now identify as LGBTQ, so Boys’ numbers don’t reflect reality.

Regardless, Boys demands Buttigeg to release complete medical records. He also suggests Buttigieg reveal more about his sexual history.

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