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'You as a man, you open your mouth and take a man's penis in your face, you are perverted You are a woman and will shake your face in another woman's breast, you are perverted,' she further implied.
In May 2007, former producer Marsha Bartel filed a lawsuit against NBC alleging that she was fired for insisting that the show correct its violations of "numerous journalistic ethical standards." Bartel says Dateline relied too much on Perverted Justice; she claims, for example, that the group would show the program's producers only selected excerpts from chat logs.
A recent Advocate analysis of conservative Christian Web sites reveals a telling tactic: the painting of gay sex not only as forbidden sin but as acts so heinous and perverted that only the most depraved would participate.
Note Attorney General John Ashcroft's worry that people might be taught that brave Confederates gave their lives "to some perverted agenda." If the South was fighting to preserve slavery, was that a "perverted agenda"?
A judge, who branded the 50-year-old's vicious attack as "perverted and repulsive'', said his victim may never be able to have children.
In mid-January, as Tory and Labour politicians were considering the repeal of a law that prohibits the promotion of gay lifestyles in schools, the cardinal entered the fray by denouncing homosexuality as "perverted."