Or maybe it ends really really well, depending on your point of view.
A camp for sports and avoiding gay sex
This weekend a group of men will gather at St. Charles Borromeo Seminary to how learn to throw a spiral, make a three-point shot and hit a long ball — and to resist homosexual urges.
Courage, a Catholic group that encourages people with same-sex attraction to remain celibate, is holding its 13th annual sports camp in which “men physically compete on the field while enriching their souls through a daily regimen of prayer, confessions, mass, and the Liturgy of the Hours,” according to the group’s website.
Oh my God. What better way for a gay man to remain celibate than by spending time in a locker room with other fit, sweaty gay men?
I know I'm even straighter now, having seen this picture.
The member, who asked not to be identified, said the weekend was a “tutorial sports event” and “not some sort of brainwashing camp that tries to make someone into something they’re not.”
Oh, a tutorial. So, I guess it would go something like this:
Step 1: Put on your super-hetero pants.
Step 2: Be sure to stretch first, to avoid injury.
Take as long as you need, stretching is important.
Step 3: Don't be afraid to play rough. You're not a sissy, are you?
Step 4: Hit the showers!
You know what, maybe sports wasn't the best idea.