In one of his first acts in office, Vice President Mike Pence has asked LGBT employees of the Federal Government to make themselves known. The voluntary directive covers all agencies under the authority of President Trump, from NASA to the Pentagon.
Beginning Monday, January 23, 2017, all self-identified homosexuals and bisexuals will need to register through a formal declaration with the Vice President. According to a source in the VP’s office, such declarations must included a detailed history of sexual liaisons, all relevant online profiles including “Grinder,” any visits to known sex tourist sites like Provincetown or Fire Island, links to the Facebook pages of all exes, and a thorough accounting of public bathroom cruising habits.
Mr. Pence has stated that these efforts are to protect this minority group as the new administration embarks on bold changes throughout American society. It follows a similar program introduced by the Energy Department to ferret out extremist climate change proponents hidden within the ranks of government.
Considering the health risks and threats to national security, radical homosexuals will also need to sign a chastity oath that prevents them from any acts of hardcore fornication in direct violation of Biblical teaching. These include: sodomy, frottage, edging, internet “hook ups,” rimming and fisting.
Vice President Pence has authorized a special commission headed by Senator Lindsey Graham to police the sexual degeneracy of government employees and impose punishments on those who violate the new directive.
For elite members of President Trump’s inner circle, the so-called “Platinum Select” group, an executive waiver has been announced that will cover all homosexuality activity for the next 12 months. Peter Thiel, the billionaire investor and longtime Trump advisor, has already been issued a special “homosexual license” that allows him to partake in bondage, water sports and non-consensual penetrations with any Federal employee under his authority.
The new measure does have its critics, however. Republican thinker Rick Santorum has condemned the homosexual registry, noting that gays could hack the list and use it to, “cruise for fresh meat on the government’s dime.”