how to cure yourself from homosexuality

12 08 2009

Dwan Prince

Get it beaten out of you. Apparently, a hate crime/vicious attack was all it took for Dwan Prince to become straight. Don’t forget step 2 — that is, write a letter to your beater who is waiting on a decrease in sentence trial with these (perhaps) inadvertently humorous lines at the end:

Steve you changed me! So hopefully when you get out we can hang out. You know me. I know you. I help you calm that angry machine down. And allow you to know I am not gay but a lover, and you can find me a female I can love and can love me.

See, if I said that to a straight guy, I’d just be trying to either: a) get revenge, or b) get laid. But, you know, I’m a spiteful whore.

Maybe that’s not the point here.

For the conversion therapist of the world: please note that this is not an acceptable form of “therapy.”



One response

14 08 2009


I came across your blog and I wanted to share information about an upcoming event that I think you and the local GLBT Cincinnati community will be interested in.

Next month, Cincinnatians will have the opportunity to explore issues of race, equality and social justice during a panel discussion that will be broadcast live on CET – and we want you to be part of this important conversation.

“After Obama: Race and Politics in Cincinnati” will be broadcast live on CET from 8:00-9:00 p.m. on Wednesday, September 9, 2009. The discussion will continue streaming online at CETConnect from 9:00-9:30 following the TV broadcast.

We would like to invite you and your readers to help us develop discussion questions that will be the basis for the broadcast. Interactive discussion sessions will be hosted at libraries throughout Cincinnati next week, these sessions will be taped and excerpts from the discussion will be aired during the broadcast.

In addition to attending a discussion session, you can participate in this dialogue by hosting a “watch party” to facilitate discussion about the questions that emerge in the program. Watch party-goers will have the opportunity to participate in the event through Twitter, allowing community members to share their opinions and further the dialogue about these important issues throughout the city.

We hope that you will forward this information to your readers.

To register for a discussion session or for more information, please visit You can also connect with us on Facebook at and on Twitter @lincoln200yrs

A project of the Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Commission and Lincoln Legacy: A Cincinnati Celebration of Freedom, “After Obama: Race and Politics in Cincinnati,” will be hosted by ABC 9’s Clyde Gray and will feature a panel of local experts, including special guest former congressman and UN Ambassador Andrew Young.


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