Gaydar? Gulf States To Develop Test To “Detect” Homosexuals To Bar Entry Into Muslim Countries

$(KGrHqFHJCUFECuZN7JtBRyJ-i4uP!~~60_12504px-Coat_of_Arms_of_Kuwait-2.svgKuwait is reportedly developing a test that it says will be able to “detect” homosexuals to prevent their entry into that country and other Gulf nations. It is perfectly bizarre, but Kuwait believes that it is possible to have some type of anti-gay detection system. It is not clear what type of test it would be since, despite stereotypes, leaving a Barbra Streisand album in the middle of a rope snare on the floor of the terminal may not catch all gay men. (Indeed, as a Broadway show fan, I would be the first hanging upside down in the Kuwait airport clutching a copy of Funny Girl). I have long wondered where all of those phrenologists went after the collapse of their “science” in the detection of criminals from head shapes.


The reports indicate that our allies in Kuwait believe some clinical test is possible to spot homosexual travelers. It is not clear how they will determine who would be put through the clinical test. However, the potential penalty is great. Homosexuals can receive up to 10 years in jail if they are under 21. Homosexuality is also illegal in Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. However, it is a death penalty offense in Iran, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Yemen and Mauritania. Of course, legalized pedophilia in the married of young girls in some of those countries is not only legal but moral. In Kuwait, an eight-year-old girl dies after her “husband” forces her to have sex but the country is trying to find a magic test to find homosexual travelers.

39 thoughts on “Gaydar? Gulf States To Develop Test To “Detect” Homosexuals To Bar Entry Into Muslim Countries

  1. I read this yesterday and first thought it was an Onion report. Funny, how many of the stories coming out of the Middle Ages region of the world sound like Onion spoofs. Hopefully, when folks watch or read Aljazeera, they remember Qatar is the country that sponsors them.

  2. I’m laughing……. because these same people haven’t developed toilet paper yet, and are STILL USING THE MIDDLE FINGER ON THEIR LEFT HANDS…….

  3. OT: Apparently the NC state house police have created a way to detect “anarchists”. Once detected the small, 18 member police force then collects “intelligence” on these anarchists, the General Assembly Chief Jeff Weaver stated while giving testimony during the trial of one of the first “Moral Monday” protesters.

    “Moral Monday” was the weekly protest against the series of extreme right-wing/ALEC legislative moves during the last session in which 900+ people were arrested. Most arrested were described as retirement aged, concerned citizens and regular people worried about the dramatic change to environmental, education, and healthcare law.

    http://www.newsobserver.com/2013/10/07/3263240/nc-general-assembly-police-chief.html

    Now in NC: Being involved in a political protest which opposes the conservative majority = “anarchists”

  4. nick spinelli 1, October 8, 2013 at 9:43 am

    I read this yesterday and first thought it was an Onion report. Funny, how many of the stories coming out of the Middle Ages region of the world sound like Onion spoofs. Hopefully, when folks watch or read Aljazeera, they remember Qatar is the country that sponsors them.
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    LOL.

    A new spatial dimention unfettered by lines on a map.

    Like gerrymandered congressional districts.

  5. Billions of U.S. Tax dollars go to these repressive regimes. Maybe it’s time to ween ourselves off foreign oil and convert to clean energy.

    Many experts estimate the real cost of gasoline is about $15 per gallon at the pump if it were properly valued in the free market to include oil security, oil wars, pollution, acid rain, cleanup costs, asthma, lung cancers, etc.

    Why do we fund nations that despise American values?

  6. I have a dear friend who grew up in UAE and his take of passion in the Middle East has always been, “men are for comfort, women are for babies.” The men he knows swing both ways, usually more towards men. He said it’s simply assumed but never, ever discussed.

    No small-minded laws or made-up technology are going to change human nature.

  7. Is there, by any chance, the possibility that some sort of common sense test be applied in regions where idiocy is rampant? Perhaps then hypocritical men who come up with these sorts of inane ‘laws’ could be prevented from ever being in a position to influence the lives of others.
    I shudder to think that there are thousands of gay people living under that sort of regime let alone anyone trying to enter the country.
    God save us all from these sorts of morons. Really, it’s just incredible if true.

    In fact, if such a test could be applied I would like to extend it to all would-be politicians. No common sense = no chance.

  8. My apologies professor, when I read Gulf States, my “CynicDar” lit up and I thought Gulf of Mexico states. ….. The south in many ways is rising.
    To see how regressed some Countries are, help me realize that good things are happening in the US.

  9. JT: “It is not clear what type of test it would be since, despite stereotypes, leaving a Barbra Streisand album in the middle of a rope snare on the floor of the terminal may not catch all gay men.

    Best one liner in a long time! :-)

  10. nick spinelli 1, October 8, 2013 at 10:44 am

    Dredd, It must be a time warp in that region. That is the only explanation.
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    It is definitely warped bro.

    I am still puzzled as to why our science guy doods like Bill Nye The Science Guy” wear time warp clothing like Macy’s shoe salesmen.

    Anyway, like Blouise said:

    “How about a guy who wears a dress and likes to hold hands with other men?”

    It all comes together when we realize that they are “well oiled” and that Vaseline is made from oil.

    I think there will be some “false reads” in that Arabian gaydar system when some of the well oiled sheiks in dresses walk through holding hands.

  11. “Of course, legalized pedophilia in the married of young girls in some of those countries is not only legal but moral.”

    Muslims in India are pimping their teen and pre-teen daughters for money, selling them into “one month marriages” with rich muslims from other countries. The families get money, the foreigners gets off, the local religious leaders get a cut, and the girl gets raped.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/india/9993453/Teenager-exposes-Indias-one-month-wives-sex-tourism.html

  12. Not to empower these a$$oles in the Gulf states, but I thought there actually was a method to at least provisionally detect homosexuality, something involving hooking up the genitals and showing homosexual porn.
    If the genitals react in any appreciable way, then they are suspect.

  13. Gary T 1, October 8, 2013 at 3:02 pm

    … a method to at least provisionally detect homosexuality, something involving hooking up the genitals and showing homosexual porn.

    If the genitals react in any appreciable way, then they are suspect.
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    Don’t give the TSA any ideas Gary T.

    But no Gary, hooking up the Gentlemen to an electrical shock thingy is torture.

    They will probably call in the Large Hardon Collider (@CERN in Geneva) to light up the joint which would reveal devil black holes or Hicks Bazooms …

    Anyway, I hope The Google translated all that Arabic into English properly.

  14. Gary T 1, October 8, 2013 at 4:03 pm

    Not a shocker, a transducer.
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    Hmmmm … butt what about quantum tunneling … could thwart or gum up the gaydar … when John and Lindsey go strait through it.

  15. DisgustedOn EastBroadway made a comment above about the use of the middle finger on the left hand. Is this why they wont shake hands with the left hand? What is the meaning of flipping the bird over there? Am I inviting a finger up the ahole if I flip the bird East of Corfu?

  16. They need a “Pedodar” in most of those countries, starting in Kuwait — whose rulers are well-known for their “love” of young girls.

  17. The Jews may get a lot more Nobel prizes than we Muslims, but Islam, praise Allah, at least, has its priorities right.

    As reported in Al Jazeera’s Science Department, thanks to Saudi investments of hundreds of mllions of dollars, scientists at the University of Abu Dhabi are at last on the brink of developing a device that measures and isolates the magnetic waves that may ultimately enable the operator to assess the level of concentration of gayness through analysis of an individual’s magnetic wavelength density.

    By 2017, the scientists believe that gaydar will become a reality.

    Professor Mohamed Jah Massaquoi at the University of Abu Dhabi had this to say about recent developments:

    “This is the first prototype of a gaydar mechanism in existence. By separating the theta magnetic waves from the lambda-alpha waves into subionic, pulsating clusters to form wavelength vibrating vectors, we believe that we will ultimately be able to measure a subject’s gayness.”

  18. We saved these guys fro Sadam because? Ah, yes they had a Special Relationship with the Bush family…. And the GOP.

    I wonder if Obama will be outraged about this? Nope, I bet neither he nor Kerry will bat an eye lash.

    We need to become energy independent now and stop bankrolling these guys. Without all that money, they would just be carry people sinking back into their “gloried” past.

  19. Justice Holmes 1, October 9, 2013 at 2:54 am

    We saved these guys fro Sadam because? Ah, yes they had a Special Relationship with the Bush family…. And the GOP.

    I wonder if Obama will be outraged about this? Nope, I bet neither he nor Kerry will bat an eye lash.

    We need to become energy independent now and stop bankrolling these guys. Without all that money, they would just be carry people sinking back into their “gloried” past.
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    Everyone knows or should know that oil is the mother of immunity.

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