a vaccine for heterosexuality

Scientists at the University of Hastings say they hope to have an vaccine on the market in five to seven years.

A team of scientists led by Professor R U Cummings have found a means of genitally modifying while still allowing them to interact with immunoglobulin G. IgG is the friendly cousin of IgE; it keeps allergies out by stopping the IgE-allergen complex from forming. That could block heterosexuality from coming out, and thus the depression, and runny nose. After that, it’s simple, at least in theory: Just load a modified version in a shot and let the semen system take care of the rest.

Men do not represent two discrete populations, heterosexual and homosexual. We are not to be divided into sheep and goats. It is a fundamental of taxonomy that nature rarely deals with discrete categories kINSEY

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