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Hypocrisy Alert: Anti-Sex Ed GOP Rep. Sells Kinky Sex Toys

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By HVpolitics on October 19, 2010


You’d think a congressman on a crusade against teaching public university students about sexual health, accepting gay people and other such topics would know better than to sell kinky sex gadgets, sex how-to books and gay pride products on the side. But just like Carl Paladino railed against the gays yet profited from being the landlord of gay bars, Congressman Calvin Hill has no problem profiting behind closed doors off the things he rails against in public. That’s, of course, the American Way.

Late last year Georgia state legislator Calvin Hill led a public battle to shut down college courses dealing with sexuality. At the time, Hill told CNN: “Our public colleges are not the place for our young adults and future leaders to experiment and experience these types of sexually explicit behavior.”

(Clearly Rep. Hill didn’t go to college. Wait, he did? Hold up, he went to Arizona State University? Hang on, you’re telling us that Rep. Calvin Hill went to the #6 party school in the country, the school Playboy says has the hottest girls in the nation, and he still had the sack to tell CNN that colleges are not the place to engage on sexually explicit behavior? Someone should vote this clown out of office for being a knowing liar more than anything else.)

So there’s Hill, on a personal and moral crusade to save young people by not giving them the sexual education they need to stay disease- and pregnancy-free.

Enter Atlanta Journal Constitution’s Jim Galloway, who reported that Hill is nothing more than a profiteering windbag who says one thing and does another. According to Galloway’s latest:

“Stephanie Webb is Hill’s Democratic opponent. One night, her husband/campaign manager was perusing the Gila Distributing web site and discovered more than antlers for sale:

– Foam ‘stress relievers’ in the shape of a woman’s breast, or the male sex organ;

– ‘The Little Black Book of Sex Secrets,’ allegedly by the author Dee Flower;

– A ‘safe sex’ kit that includes a condom, anti-bacterial wipes, and two Lifesavers breath mints;

– And Gay Pride flag lapel pins.”

So what say you, Rep. Hill? He told Galloway, “With 600,000 products, there is always a possibility that something slips through. It’s certainly nothing we would sell knowingly.” Rep. Hill also said he sees “no relationship whatsoever” between his anti-sex crusade and his sex-driven profits.

We’re surprised his final answer to Galloway wasn’t: “America: Fuck Yeah.”

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