Alabama Man Claiming Drinking Gallons Of Sperm Cured Him Of Homosexuality Is Fake News

An Alabama senior citizen male claiming that he drank gallons of sperm which resulting in him being cured of homosexuality is fake news. There is no truth to reports that a “well-known naturopath and former LGBT militant” cured himself of being gay from drinking gallons of semen. If the story sounds bizarre and crazy it is because it is just that a rather wild and absurd fake news.

Where did this fake news originate? The World News Daily Report published the fake news article reporting that the Alabama man consumed two glasses of sperm per day for a few months with the end result being that he was cured of homosexuality. You can read the fake news below.

TUSCALOOSA, Alabama | A well-known naturopath and former LGBT militant claims to have “cured himself” of his homosexuality by drinking two glasses of sperm per day for a few months.
61-year old Brian Franklin was for several decades militant and leader of several organizations working for the promotion of LGBT rights.

He says despite his activism, he’s always felt uneasy about being gay and always hoped he could be cured.

The professional naturopath said he spent years studying the nature of homosexuality and the chemical properties of thousands of substances.

After several unsuccessful attempts with various herbs, he turned his attention to a substance which turned out to have the perfect chemical and hormonal properties: human semen.

However, there is no truth to the above story. What was the problem with the story to make it false? For one thing, the photographs used in the fake news are actually Getty Images about a senior citizen drink milk not a man’s semen. You can see the images here and here. There are stories about the health benefits of drinking sperm, which you can read through here. However, none of them suggest a cure for homosexuality.

Here are some examples of people sharing the fake news on social media.

Finally and most importantly, The World News Daily Report carries the following disclaimer:

WNDR assumes however all responsibility for the satirical nature of its articles and for the fictional nature of their content. All characters appearing in the articles in this website – even those based on real people – are entirely fictional and any resemblance between them and any persons, living, dead, or undead is purely a miracle.

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