„The chicken that we eat is chock-full of feminine hormones. So, when men eat these chickens, they deviate from themselves as men.“

—  Evo Morales, Speech at the inauguration of conference on climate change held near Cochabamba, Bolivia. April 20, 2010. http://www.eurasiareview.com/2010/04/bolivias-president-links-homosexuality.html
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