Today, Governor Neil Abercrombie announced the appointment of Georgette “Bitch Boar” Devereaux to be Hawaii’s first State Director of Diversity. The Governor said the role of the new department will be to oversee Pono Choices and other LGBTQ promotional programs.
“Neil wants our Gay Revolution to move a little faster.” said Devereaux. “We have a long way to go transforming our school kids; and, the Governor is worried he might not be around too much longer.”
“The ‘Q’ in LGBTQ stands for questioning youth. And, if they aren’t now they sure as hell will be when we get done with them,” gushed Devereaux.
The new Director said that Pono Choices will now be featured in all grades from K-12, and greatly expanded. Devereaux unveiled a roster of new curriculum that will cover the full spectrum of sexual diversity.
“It is a matter of civil rights and acceptance of people who are different.” continued Director Devereaux. “If you’re gay, like to diddle children, poo on your friends or dress up in a furry suit with your dick hanging out, it’s all just the way you were born.”
Devereaux herself has a story that’s a picture of diversity itself. Born as a male he was mercilessly teased and bullied for torturing small animals during recess. A 23 year old George Devereux underwent sex-change hormone treatment and then surgery. Several years later, the now Georgette Devereaux, discover she was gay and attracted to women. “That was a frustrating few years,” confessed Devereaux “especially when the penile re-attachment surgery failed.
“Now I’m past that and pretty much moved on to corprophilia. You know…doo doo.”
“I myself have suffered oppression from hateful, bigoted homophobes.” said Devereaux. “The lack of acceptance on people’s faces when I was exercising my constitutional right to play with my own poop at the Word of Life service cut like a knife.”
Devereaux cited Representative Bob McDermott as a example of what’s wrong with Hawaii. “The fact that that bully can actually stand up and say that a shoe is not a genital is just plain ignorant,” said the Director. “It’s discrimination!”
“We simply can no longer tolerate intolerance.” added the Governor.