Despite the large anti-gay demonstrations that took place in Paris two days ago, people around the world apparently still believe the French are gay, according to a series of opinion polls conducted over the weekend.
The results of one telephone poll from the US, EU and many African countries indicate that the recent anti-gay protests, which drew more than 300,000 protesters to the streets of Paris, are considered “nothing more than a weak attempt to divert attention away from the fact that the Frenchies are all a bunch of queers,” as one man from Cairo explained.
“Nice try, France. You can stop the charade now, we all know what kind of game you’re trying to play, and the game is not exactly a straight one, if you know what I mean,” wrote one respondent to a survey entitled “Is France less gay now?” conducted by the Sorbonne’s Department for Researching France’s Image Abroad and sponsored by cosmetics and beauty giant L’Oreal Paris.
The homophobic demonstrations were the last in a series of attempts by the French people to convince the rest of the world that the majority of French people are heterosexual human beings and not the queer pansies they are thought to be by the majority of people on Earth.
“You think of France and you think of effeminately dressed men from centuries ago, speaking French, and you have yourself an image of a gay country. It’s going to take a lot of homophobic protests like this one to change that,” one expert in French sexuality explained.