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Peruvian Mayor Blames Strontium in Town's Water for Escalating Homosexuality


The mayor of a small town on the coast of Peru known for its long beaches and flavorful shrimp, believes that there is something queer in the water. Huarmey Mayor Jose Benitez has revealed that metal strontium has got in the water supply, and his belief that it is making men homosexual.

"Unfortunately strontium reduces male hormones and suddenly we'll be as Tabalosos, where the percentages are increasing of homosexuality," The Daily Mail reports he announced while issuing a warning to the citizens of Huarmey during an opening ceremony for a local water project. A Peruvian television report several years ago claimed that the population of Tabalosos was predominantly gay. The interior city is the source of water for Huarmey. The report has been rebuked, but the stigma still exists, as Benitez cites the false study in his water project announcement.

Dr. Robert Castro Rodriguez, Dean of the College of Pharmaceutical Chemistry of Lima, told a radio station that strontium can cause bone cancer, anaemia and cardiovascular problems, according to Pink News. A link with homosexuality has yet to be identified.


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