Thursday, January 03, 2008

Cross-dressing Catholics -or- The Transvestite Teacher

Today's religious idiot is Catholic High School Principal, Dr. Paul Schum [link fixed]. I have nothing particular against transvestite prostitutes in general, but the contrast between such activities and rod-up-the-ass Catholic sanctimony earns Dr. Schum a spot on the list. (h/t to Himself)


  1. Er, wrong link. This is the raisins vs virgins story, apparently.

  2. Heh heh, are you sure? ;)

    They seem to have moved it. :D

  3. The link works for me. :-/

  4. Strange, it does now for me, too. When I first tried (or, rather, when I second tried, after you fixed the link), I got a "this article has been moved to another shelf", with precious little information on how to find it. Anyway, thanks, I'll go read it now. ^_^


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