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Taxpayers cough up $434,000 for abstinence simulator

This has got to be the result of some senate meeting gone wrong. Like congress and the senate don’t have bigger problems to take care of. Instead lets fund the creation of Wii style graphics and gameplay designed to help girls turn down boys.

The University of Central Florida

is spending approximately $434,000 on a simulator that will be used to promote abstinence amongst pre-teen girls.

“What’s radically different about this [concept is that] one person controls many characters,” Charles Hughes, UCF Computer Science professor, told Fox News.

Taxpayers cough up $434,000 for abstinence simulator

“A boy similar in age might approach the person playing the game and ask her to make out or there might be some sexual innuendo.”


What do you think about using $434,000 for this?


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