Canadian War Museum gay-detecting “fruit machine”

[A photograph of a complicated-looking desktop device with knobs, switches, dials, and analog gauges.]

The Canadian War Museum claims this device was used in an attempt to detect homosexuals, but Gary Kinsman from Carleton University says that galvanic skin response tests were not used, but rather pupillary dilation while viewing gay porn was used instead… meaning a queer-sniffing session would have been less like a Scientology audit, and more like a Voight-Kampff test.

Source: http://www.warmuseum.ca/collections/artifact/1304464/?favorite=add&media_irn=3074625

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One thought on “Canadian War Museum gay-detecting “fruit machine”

  1. And in 2016 the Canadian PM marches in the Pride Parade. You have come a long way, Gay Baby!

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