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Malaysia teaches parents how to spot and cure ‘unhealthy’ gayness in their children

by | 17th, September 2012

TO Kuala Lumpur, where the government is teaching adults how to spot signs of homosexuality in children. An official for Teachers Foundation of Malaysia tells Reuters:

“It is a multi-religious and multicultural (event), after all, all religions are basically against that type of behaviour.”

Those of you keen to spot signs of gayness in boys should look out for tight, light coloured clothes and large handbags. Girls have “no affection for men and like to hang out and sleep in the company of women”. Got that? If your daughter wants a sleepover she most likely a lesbian and needs sorting. If the lad starts dressing like a 1980s footballer or Usain Bolt, he, likewise, needs attention.

According to Free Malaysiakini, signs of male gayness are:

A muscular body and [gays] like to show their body by wearing V-neck and sleeveless clothes
Prefer tight and light-coloured clothes
Attracted to men
Like to bring big handbags, similar to those used by women, when hanging out.

 Lesbians are not always naked in the hot-tub, but:

Attracted to women
Besides their female companions, they will distance themselves from other women
Like to hang out, have meals and sleep in the company of women
Have no affection for men.

Know that:

“Once the children have these symptoms, immediate attention should be given.”

Malaysia has already hoted an anti-gay camp. In 2011, the Terengganu State Education Department oversaw 66 boys whose teachers identified them as effeminate. Back then, Razali Daud, director of the Terengganu Education Department told the New Straits Times, that he “understands some people will end up as transvestites or homosexuals but says the state will do its best to limit the number“.

For the altest anti-gay drive, Malaysia’s deputy education minister Puad Zarkashi, goes on the record:

“Youths are easily influenced by websites and blogs relating to LGBT groups. This can also spread among their friends. We are worried that this happens during schooling time.”

The country’s education ministry denies endorsing the seminars, but does add:

“Nonetheless, the ministry views cases of social ills in the community seriously and will always give guidance directly and indirectly to all school children to ensure that they stay away from unhealthy activities.”

What we are not told is how the gay boy and girl is turned onto the path of straight sex. But let us now rule out a righteous educator thrusting a red hot poker at the issue…

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