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The goal of this research is to alleviate the traumatic impact imposed by public persons, celebrities, preachers and politicians who appear to be good heterosexual, masculine role models that turn out to be part of the homosexual agenda.  This can be a shocking experience and I feel that these research tools can be useful to republican strategists, mega-church financial board members (I mean councils of spiritual guidance) and most other concerned citizens.  If you are interested in the results of this rigorous research, please follow me below.    

In order to achieve these goals, two simple metrics were utilized; that of the Gaydar rating (Degree of homosexuality) and a Fervency of homophobia rating.  The gaydar rating is based on a series of characteristic ratings on a scale of 1-5.  Each respondent in the sample size of 50, was rated on a scale of 1-5 based on a series of characteristics, with 5 being Richard Simmons and a 1 being John Wayne.  These ratings were individually evaluated by a pool of the Hollywood elite, who are well-known members of the homosexual agenda (pretty much every one of them).  The fervency rating was a little more complicated in that it was based on less superficial characteristics than the Gaydar rating and as such, required the testimony of co-workers, friends and other people who know the surveyed people well.  For more vocal and powerful people, it was easy to calculate their fervency rating based on legislation, television appearances and sermons.  For those who aren’t in positions of power, the fervency rating was based on overheard conversations, such as people spending hours and hours about how there is no way they would ever see "Brokeback mountain", purposely avoiding matching clothing but then commenting on everybody else’s attire and the like.  
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We believe that the results of this research can be utilized on any person who is very outspoken about their hatred, disgust and dislike of the gay agenda with one exception.  This exception includes a pool of outliers (shown in yellow), which aren’t used for the linear regression.  These outliers had moderately high to high Gaydar ratings but they barely registered on the fervency rating.  Many of these outliers consisted of people who correspondingly scored high on a variety of other metrics including; Liberalism metric, Rationalism metrics, Freethinking metrics, People who aren’t complete fucking assholes metric and an Artistic metric.  Unfortunately, these other descriptive metrics weren’t useful in that they had very poor correlations with the Gaydar metric, although all respondents who could be classified as outliers (High gaydar rating with low fervency rating), scored high on one or more of these metrics.

Originally posted to cassdog on Sat Oct 06, 2007 at 03:11 PM PDT.

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