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Thursday, May 6, 2010

Rentboy, Part Trois

Posted By on Thu, May 6, 2010 at 1:51 PM

George Rekers, the Mike Huckabee administration hired-gun expert on curing homosexuality who testified during its 2004 defense of its anti-gay adoption rule, hasn't exited the news scene just yet.

The latest from Miami:

The male escort hired by anti-gay activist George Alan Rekers has told Miami New Times the Baptist minister is a homosexual who paid him to provide body rubs once a day in the nude, during their ten-day vacation in Europe.

You'll have to go to the link for the more explicit account about the "long stroke" by "Lucien," whom Rekers met at rentboy.com. Rekers has denied sexual contact, claimed he needed luggage handling help on account of a bad back and also said he ministered to Lucien by preaching to him against homosexual sex.

UPDATE: Good editorial in the Arkansas Leader on Rekers and other right-wingers who've fallen from grace over the years.


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