Conservapedia, The Gay Friendly Encyclopedia

Of the most Popular pages in Conservapedia, “The Trustworthy Encyclopedia,” 7 of the top 10 and 17 of the top 50 have variants of the word “homosexual” in their titles.

2. Homosexuality (2,391,500 views)
3. Teen Homosexuality (417,124 views)
5. Arguments Against Homosexuality (332,492 views)
6. Homosexual Agenda (331,597 views)
8. Ex-homosexuals (317,296 views)
9. Homosexuality and choice (311,930 views)
10. Homosexuality and Health (292,806 views)
13. Sexual Abuse Being a Contributing Factor for Homosexuality (278,835 views)
24. Homosexuality and Religious Liberty (195,091 views)
26. Debate:Homosexuality and free will (176,900 views)
28. Homosexuality in the Media (172,787 views)
37. Religious Upbringing and Culture Affects Rates of Homosexuality (146,274 views)
38. Homosexuality and AIDS (144,470 views)
39. Roman Catholic Church and Homosexual Activists (143,520 views)
44. Homosexual rights advocacy (125,093 views)
47. Homosexuality Research (116,759 views)
48. Homosexual belief system (115,226 views)

This is to say nothing of Unicorn, David Beckham, Aesthetics, and Achilles.

Via Radley Balko, with a special nod to commenter Mike H, who observes, “I wonder how many of these people were disappointed to learn that ‘Astrolabe’ is NOT a personal lubricant.”

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Comments

  1. legion says:

    Damn, that’s a big closet.




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  2. bains says:

    A serious trap that partisans fall into, is constructing caricatures of there opponents. Understandable, but problematic if one is really interested in reaching an accord. It creates, in effect, dishonest debate. One is constantly addressing subjects that they think animate their opponent rather than what really animates.

    For social conservatives who believe that homosexuality is a sin and living in a society that they view as demanding that they not just accept homosexuality, but embrace it, topics on homosexuality, especially from a conservative source, naturally will be of interest. I’m not a social-con, and I have no problem with social unions, and certainly think that couples entering into unions ought to have all the benefits (and liabilities) that hetero’s enjoy. But I’ll not make the mistake of throwing all conservatives in the homophobic/secret-homosexual closet.

    That said, Mike’s comment was funny.




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  3. Christopher says:

    First of all: WTF!!! Who on God’s green earth cares!!!!

    And bains, I am a conservative and I could care less what two people do together. But recognizing it as marriage? NO! This “benefits of marriage” thing is BS, a red herring. Too bad it gets so much talk from people like you.




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  4. G.A.Phillips says:

    Just say no.




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