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The 1982 Pulitzer Prize winner for Creepiest book cover

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Sometimes, when I research my articles for this blog I come across gems so perfect, it really doesn’t need my verbose embellishment- today is that kind of day. We all know about George Rekers who helped found the virulently anti-gay Family Research Council and who was recently caught hiring a male escort for a sex romp across Europe. Rekers, a doctor and a writer, offered up this tome in 1982 surely knowing how hilarious it would eventually become

Have you ever seen anything so twisted in your life? First of all, why does the dad look like Jeffrey Dahmer? Secondly, if you’ll notice carefully he is carrying a sickle and not an axe. It’s clearly a hidden reference to communism turning American boys gay (it was the Reagan era). Thirdly, Rekers should know that forcing your child to do farm work won’t turn them into a straight man, it’ll turn them into a lesbian (eh Elena?). Of course maybe I am misreading the motives of this father: maybe he’s just a concerned parent asking his son if George Rekers offered him cash for sex.

But perhaps, like the simple love between a backwards bigoted zealot and his rent boy, we should stop analyzing the book’s cover and just appreciate it for its hilarity.

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Written by Your Benevolent Editor

May 14, 2010 at 3:04 pm

Posted in Religion

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  1. ALSO, he’s facing his son in such a way that it appears he will be “shaping” his son’s sexuality by sodomizing him, many, many times. Hey, it worked for Rekers’ own father (obviously), it can work for YOU!

    leahfranqui

    May 14, 2010 at 4:33 pm

  2. Ass rape.

    You’re always a class act, Franqui

    bengrinspan

    May 14, 2010 at 4:46 pm


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