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Ohio State University’s Marching Band Under Investigation For EXTREME Homophobia, Band Director Fired

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Ohio State University marching band director Jonathan Waters has been fired, following a two-month investigation of the marching band’s hazing  and blatant homophobic conduct that was going on among its members.

According to the report, published by Deadspin, band members kept a  booklet that included the lyrics to the anti-gay “parody” “fight songs” they wrote.

This one is called “Proud to be a Homosexual”. Set to the tune of “God Bless the USA”, the chorus reads:

And I”m proud to be a homosexual,
Where at least I can run free.
And I won’t forget the fags with AIDS,
Who gave that right to me.
And I’ll gladly bend over,and spread my cheeks,
So you may sodomize me.

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Then we have the poetic, “Pieces of Baritone Shit”

Bite my ass and lick my balls you mother fucking queers,
Get on your knees and tell me how the megaphone fits up your mother-fucking ass YOU GAY FAGS!
Lick my balls and lube up your ass,
Anal sex gives you nasty gas.
Fuck you, you big gay fags.
You pieces of Baritone shit!

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The report also reveals the  nicknames given to underclassmen, almost all inspired directly by sexual acts. A female student “pretending to be a vibrating sex toy” was named “E Row Vibrator”; a male student “conducting a full-body demonstration of a flaccid penis becoming erect” was “Jizzy.”
Other names given to students included “Jewoobs,” “Squirt,” “Testicles,” “Twat Thumper,” and “Twinkle Dick.”

Of all the places to experience homophobia–marching band?  They come in right behind Drama Club and Glee Chorus as being the gay clubs on campus.

Whatever happened to just playing bad renditions of the “Star Wars” theme and getting drunk?

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