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“My wife is such a beautiful woman that not even someone with just a high-school education would believe [that I’m gay],” he said. “I respect each individual’s sexual orientation, but I am not ‘Brokeback’ [gay],” he added.
I guess he's not quite right at this ... shows how uneducated and uncivilized he is him selves ... and people like him are giving advice to the President? Poor Taiwan.
He respects an individual's sexual orientation but not an individual's education ... wanker!http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/taiwan/ ... 2003535973
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I've noticed gay men like beautiful women as much as the next guy. They're just not interested in getting naked with them.
But yeah - it is funny how people here think that "educated" means having a collection of diplomas.
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