Nigerian Student ‘Proves’ That Gay Marriage Is Wrong With Science


A Nigerian post grad claims to have proven that gay marriage is wrong using science.

University of Lagos post grad student Chibuihem Amalahah  – who has previously demonstrated that watching TV in the dark damages the eyes — is now focusing his time and skills on proving that gay marriage is wrong.

“I asked myself why should a man be marrying a man and a woman be marrying a woman – does it mean that there is no more female for a man to marry or no more male for a woman to marry? Britain told Nigeria to legalise gay marriage or forfeit international aid. I thank God for our lawmakers who refused to sign the bill legalising gay marriage.”

“And so God gave me the wisdom to use science as a scientist to prove gay marriage wrong.”

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Amalaha designed a series of experiments that he claims contradict same-sex attraction. This one using magnets seems to be his main argument:

“I used two bar magnets in my research. A bar magnet is a horizontal magnet that has the North Pole and the South Pole and when you bring two bar magnets and you bring the North Pole together you find that the two North Poles will not attract,” he said. “They will repel, that is, they will push away themselves showing that a man should not attract a man.”

A few problems with your theory here Chibuihem — magnets don’t have bum holes. They also don’t have brains or feelings and, well – magnets aren’t humans is basically what we’re getting at. Not the most logical of ways to attempt to validate your homophobia. But hey — you can prove anything if the theory you’re trying to prove is flawed from the start.

Not gay:



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