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    US military wanted 'sex bomb'
    By Milanda Rout
    January 14, 2005

    A "SEX bomb" that would make enemy soldiers irresistible to each other was considered by the US military.

    Declassified documents reveal the Pentagon toyed with the idea of an aphrodisiac chemical weapon in 1994.

    The gas would have made enemy soldiers sexually irresistible to each other. The weapon's developers said homosexual behaviour among troops would deal a "distasteful but completely non-lethal" blow to morale.

    The plans, unearthed from a US air force laboratory in Ohio, were published in New Scientist magazine.

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    US Tried to Develop "Sex Bomb"

    I don't know if I should laugh or cry know...

    Ah the heck, I go with laughing ROFLMAO.



    • #3
      Will F.
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      • #4
        Honestly would you want to be the poor GI they send..... "You're surrounded put down your weap...stop that!" LMAO!!
        In every organization, there will always be one person who knows what's going on. This person must be fired.


        • #5

          So does this change the 'dont't ask, don't tell' policy or is it still the same? And I can only imagine how beautifully this could've worked...

          And the marketability of it! We thought gay porn was the last the world would see? Step aside, porn...we've got armed soljahs on camera!


          • #6
            Not under the wonderful Bill Clinton.....

            yeah I said it...
            Try to catch me flyin dirty...


            • #7
              I have to wonder how they tested the weapon to see if it worked...
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              • #8
                Gives a whole new meaning to an old hippie saying: make love, not war .
                They locked up a man
                who wanted to rule the world
                The fools
                They locked up the wrong man

                -Leonard Cohen, Songs Of Love And Hate


                • #9
                  Pft, Tom Jones had already come up with that idea. The US was just stealing another idea.