Did you hear the latest? Kuwait is thinking of using a routine medical check for expatriates to also help it “detect gays.”

Once you’ve been found out, you will then be barred from entering the country. Not a bad thing when you think that prison terms for homosexual acts can be up to ten years.

Even more absurd is how the authorities ignore the fact that there are Kuwaiti gay people too. Well let’s not spoil it for them. Focusing on expats can help maintain the sharia party line that anything to do with sexuality and sex that is not religiously sanctioned is “western debauchery and perversion”…

This follows Ahmadinejad’s point of view that there are no gays in Iran…


Someone should really look into the amount of time the guardians of Sharia law spend looking into and controlling people’s sex lives. There is definitely a story in there somewhere.

(via Dawood)



  1. We were talking about this idly in chat. We thought the easiest objective test, however flawed, would be to see if a man gets an erection when viewing pictures of men. For women? No clue whatsoever. We finally figured that the Kuwaitis would simply have a doctor ask a bunch of personal questions at the port of entry, and then come down hard on people found to be engaging in homosexual behavior after entry not only for the behavior itself, but for immigration fraud.

  2. The stupidity and ignorance of the Human Animal will never cease to amaze me and that is actually tangible proof that it is impossible that a perfect, higher intelligence could have created such im- perfect animal..Having said that, it would be interesting to find out how they are going to establish homosexuality with a medical exam..Please let me know!
    Remind me also never to set foot into such a backward country where they execute homosexuals and legally promote pedophilia..Hellooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo.!

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