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Top VA GOP adviser unhinged on Facebook: Gay sex leaves men in diapers, ‘pooping their pants’

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Virginia Republican adviser Steve Waters (Facebook)

Steve Waters, an adviser to Republican congressional candidate Dave Brat in Virginia, argued this week that homosexuality was not “normal” because it caused cancer, and it would eventually force gay men to wear diapers by destroying their rectal muscles.

On Wednesday, blogger Benjamin Tribbett called out Waters for several anti-LGBT messages that he had written on Facebook earlier in the day.

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“I will say this, if homosexuality is so normal, how come the diseases, illnesses and cancers connected with it are so abnormal?” he wrote. “Even the CDC recognizes this.”

A second posting by Waters was more graphic: “Is it normal for adult males to have to wear diapers because their rectal muscles have been abused so badly they can no longer control or tighten them to avoid pooping their pants.”

After Tribbett re-posted the remarks on his Facebook page, Waters defended himself.

“I’ve got history, natural law and biology on my side on this one,” he insisted. “What do you guys have, emotion. You should know emotion doesn’t work well in public policy. But I’ll concede one accusation, I’m not normal-my wife would agree with on some days, lol!”

When pressed for evidence on his diaper theory, Waters produced a link to a Christian website that claims homosexuality is “brimming with disease,” but does not mention anything about abused rectal muscles or diapering.

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Eventually he offered a link to the anti-LGBT rights group Family Research Council, which did not mention diapers, but it did say that gay men were at risk for having to wear a colostomy bag from “fisting” each other.

“Tearing or ripping of the anal wall is especially likely during ‘fisting,’ where the hand and possibly arm is inserted into the rectum,” according to the Family Research Council. “The risk of contamination and/or having to wear a colostomy bag from such ‘sport’ is very real…The rectum was not designed to accommodate the fist, and those who do so can find themselves consigned to ‘leakage’ for life.”

“Steve, I’m noticing a distinct lack of ‘can’t close my sphincter because of all of my gay sex’ in these links you’ve shared,” one Facebook commenter pointed out. “The most recent one talks about leakage in relation to fisting, but doesn’t actually have any data on prevalence. I do like the phrase ‘The rectum was not designed to accommodate the fist.'”

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After providing one more link about anal cancer — which, again, did not mention diapers — Waters gave up trying to convince the commenters of his theory.

“Anything I say is going to be regarded as ‘hate’ by you guys so I won’t even try,” he argued. “Like I said, you want to get screwed up the rear as a man, that’s your business, but don’t try and force society to have to accept it. There’s no precedent for your claim. Natural law buddies, have a good one.”

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(h/t: Blue Virginia)


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