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Bad news for homosexual pig orgy enthusiasts—-the homosexual pig orgy allegedly scheduled for this weekend at the for the Doubletree Hotel Washington—-the only one of its kind—-has been cancelled. According to Jake Jones, “Homosexual Evangelical Examiner” (pictured), the event, which was to be held yesterday evening at the 1515 Rhode Island Ave. NW hotel, succumbed to complaints by furious anti-homosexual-pig-sex lobbyists. Several days ago, Jones reported that the “Americans for Truth about Homosexuality” had obtained an internal homosexual memo detailing the events scheduled for this “pig orgy.” A sampling of the AFTAH’s findings:

At left are images from an e-mail put out by a homosexual sadomasochistic group—showing what it plans to have available at the Doubletree Hotel Washington (1515 Rhode Island Ave. NW, just blocks from the White House) this weekend for a “pig sex” orgy scheduled to begin late Saturday night. At top are “slings” to assist sodomitic acts; in the middle are “rim chairs” to facilitate a “gay” perversion known as “rimming” (oral-anal sodomy: one man lies on the floor with his face pointing up into the other man’s rear); at bottom are large wood crosses for flogging and other sadistic punishments. A Doubletree Washington staffer said he was unaware that the conference rooms rented to the homosexual group were to be used for sexual orgies.

I’m still not sure where the “pig” comes in, but whatever, it’s been cancelled. Writes Jones:

Because of the pressure that callers placed on the Doubletree Hotel, the event was cancelled.  “Americans for Truth about Homosexuality” had the following to say on their website about this issue: “Folks, we are ecstatic to report that the vile homosexual ‘pig sex’ orgy that Doubletree Hotel Washington staffers were denying was even scheduled to occur at their hotel—and which AFTAH exposed to the world—has now been cancelled by its perverted organizers.” For those of you who called the Doubletree Hotel in D.C. because of the article; I say thank you!