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g0ys.org is a website that straddles the boundaries between pro-homosexual and anti-homosexual. It claims that most men (over 60%) are in fact bisexual/gay according to Kinsey, therefore most of them agree with the content of the site. The name "g0y" was created from the word "gay," but with the A (supposedly short for "anal") "zeroed out." It can be pronounced "gay," "guy," or "goy."

The main premise of the website is that male homosexuality is different from being gay, which is a cult created by the liberal media. The website heavily criticizes people who have anal sex, liberals, atheists, transsexual people, and men who do not conform to traditional masculine gender roles. It specifically says "N0 TOPS, N0 BOTTOMS, N0 ANAL, N0 BITCHES, N0 TRANNYS, N0 MANGINAS, N0 GENDERFUKK, N0 DISRESPECT: JUST MEN WHO HAPPEN TO LOVE OTHER MEN - AS MEN. WE ARE THE G0YS!"

The site is written as if it were a series of long YouTube comments from a schizophrenic, with poor grammar, excessive caps lock, and the need to replace "o" with "0." The basic layout and formatting tends to resemble that of a questionable church site, and the sidebar even compares the XY chromosomes to a Hebrew character.

Despite being a religious site, some of the images verge on softcore porn. Furthermore, the site references biblical and other ancient writings as evidence of "g0y" relationships existing between well-known men.

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