Iran successfully eradicates homosexuality after gay gene discovery

Since the discovery of the gay gene in 2029, Iran is close to becoming the first country where no-one gives birth to a gay child.

Pre-natal tests were introduced in early 2030, and the vast majority who receive a positive test have terminated their pregnancy. Iran previously had strict abortion laws due to religious reasons, but it is now permitted in cases of homosexuality also due to religious reasons.

While the tests are optional, all expectant mothers are informed about their availability, and up to 95 percent choose to take it. The remaining 5 percent just sort of disappear somewhere.

The test determines whether the foetus will have a certain gene which results in homosexuality. According to PinkNews, children born with this orientation behave differently to other children by striking fabulous poses when excited and by adhering to other generalisations and stereotypes.

Many people born homosexual can live full, healthy lives, with an average lifespan of between 60 years and 140 years, depending on whether you read academic studies or BuzzFeed.

On average, just one or two gay children are born in Iran each year. Sometimes, this is as a result of an inaccurate test.

“Gay babies are still being born in Iran,” said Hekmat Al Muderis, head of the Prenatal Diagnosis Unit at Milad Hospital, Iran.

“Some of the foetuses were ‘straight acting’ in our screening test, so we didn’t detect them. However, we take a lot of inspiration from how Iceland entirely eradicated Down syndrome, so we’re determined to get them all.”

Annhammed Al Furedi counsels women who are considering ending their pregnancy over a homosexual diagnosis.

She says she tells mothers: “This is your life. You have the right to choose how your life will look like. If you don’t like gay babies, don’t have one.”

She told a reporter: “We don’t look at abortion as a murder. We look at it as removing a clump of cells. A clump of cells with a sexual orientation, but a clump of cells nonetheless.

“We ended a possible life that may have had many complications … preventing suffering for the child being born into a society that won’t accept them, leading to poverty and mental health issues, and a disproportionate rate of STDs. I think that is more right and humane than seeing it as a murder – murder is so black and white.

“Life isn’t black and white. Life is grey.”

Other countries aren’t lagging too far behind Iraq in gay termination rates. According to the most recent data available, Yemen has an estimated termination rate for homosexuality of 83 percent; in Nigeria, it’s 86 percent; and in Northern Ireland, the world’s second most homophobic country after Iran, it’s 92 percent.

The archaic and backward law of 1861 that previously governed Northern Ireland would have prevented the termination of gay babies, but since the extension of the 1967 Abortion Act in 2019, abortion is now permitted for any old reason – and homosexuality is included in this category.

6 thoughts on “Iran successfully eradicates homosexuality after gay gene discovery

  1. Seán McGouran

    ‘Northern Ireland’ isn’t a state, much less a “nation” the LGBT community in the region is very vigorous and has a long history of defeating the efforts of the local homophobes (& their allies, overt and closeted ) in Westminster.

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  2. Charlotte Helene Fien

    I think this is what’s called parody. Not sure but I get it. Especially since I have T21 and feel like I’m being hunted. Imagine if there was a gay gene and horrible people wanted to rid the world of gay people like they do with DS!

    https://www.facebook.com/Stop-trying-to-eradicate-Downs-syndrome-643269195856258/

    https://www.facebook.com/brightvibes/videos/708724282647547/?hc_ref=ARR5pcsVe-ch7gn8BKFv7NyxBwPei3fiMNSOg_oZl62jKoqu1AD3vj68oE1J5A7x1FY

    https://www.facebook.com/brightvibes/videos/722012184652090/?hc_ref=ARRvPiWccfuYhgoVIsZ70qsuERhF1rHWmSNa_vU-nhAoxexk0Mtkrg6aNFWzG5_Mh1U

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    1. The Bigot Post author

      Hi Charlotte, yeah it’s a parody and satire. I wrote it after reading about the near 100% abortion rate of unborn babies with DS in Iceland, and wondered what it would look like if people decided to get rid of other groups of people just because they are a certain way. If it is terrible to get rid of gay people, why not people with DS?

      By the way, I checked the links you posted – is that you making that speech? Incredible. You’re a real inspiration!

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      1. Charlotte Helene Fien

        Yes, satire that’s the word I was looking for but used parody instead. Yep it’s me. I enjoy writing speeches, Short Stories and poetry. If you go to my Facebook page Stop Trying to Eradicate DS you can read my latest speech. I wrote it for my Public Speaking course at Goldsmiths.

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  3. Charlotte Helene Fien

    FYI, Denmark is as bad as Iceland. Denmark is proud to say they will be DS free by 2030. Nederlands is also trying to eradicate DS. It’s all about cost. Apparently, we cost too much to be allowed to live. You can abort a baby with DS up until birth like 39 weeks. I watched an online late abortion and it was gross. I still have nightmares about it. Wish I hadn’t watched it.

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    1. The Bigot Post author

      I read that about Denmark too. The problem is, they’re eradicating the people, not DS. That’s eugenics, not medicine. Big difference! Yeah, I’ve watched a few abortions too. They’re horrific. I don’t understand how people can watch them and not think it’s obviously wrong.

      I love your Facebook page; you’re doing an important job. Keep fighting the good fight! 🙂

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