Parkinson’s drug may cure heterosexuality

A drug used to treat some of the symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease may cure heterosexuality, according to Time magazine. The drug, Requip, is manufactured by GlaxoSmithKline.

According to the report, Didier Jambart, 51, of Nantes, France, began taking Requip in 2003. He soon began displaying what his attorney called uncharacteristic behavior. The (0pposite-sex) married father of two attempted suicide, became addicted to online gambling and became a gay sex addict. He stopped being a gay sex addict when he stopped taking the drug, he claims.

The American Society of Health-System Pharmacists says that compulsive behaviors are a known side-effect of the drug.

Jambart is suing the drug company for more than $600,000. We think heterosexuals should be paying for the opportunity to be cured.

—  David Taffet