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Bill Nye Uses Ice Cream Cone Orgy To Illustrate His Beef With Christians [VIDEO]

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Amber Randall Civil Rights Reporter

Bill Nye uses a cartoon ice cream cone analogy to criticize Christians and their views on homosexuality in a new episode of his Netflix show about science.

A group of ice cream cones attend a meeting for “Ice Cream Conversion Therapy” in the clip of his show published on YouTube Monday, titled “Ice Cream Sexuality.”

The leader of the meeting, a white ice cream cone, tries to convince the rest of the ice cream cones that homosexuality is wrong.

“As a vanilla, I feel that I am the most natural of the ice creams,” the vanilla cone, who is supposed to represent a straight Christian man, informs the group. “And therefore the rest of you should just go ahead and also be vanilla. It’s the one true flavor.”

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The other cones, representing the different sexualities, gasp in shock. One of them accuses the vanilla cone of basing his views on “feelings.” But the vanilla cone persists, saying the other cones have to change in order to get right with the “big one in the sky.”

All the cones try to sway the vanilla cone, telling him that no one just wants one flavor of ice cream. “Haven’t you ever wanted to be in a neapolitan?” the mint chocolate chip cone asks the vanilla cone seductively. “Come on, it’s natural,” the chocolate cone chimes in. “And so creamy and delicious,” another cone adds. “Mm.”

The vanilla cone eventually caves and the ice cream cones have an orgy together. (RELATED:Bill Nye’s Bizarre Video On Transgenderism Bombs On YouTube [VIDEO])

Another clip from Nye’s show, “Bill Nye Saves The World,” featured an actress signing about transgenderism and the fluidity of sexuality. Viewers seemed greatly disturbed by the clip, posted on YouTube Sunday, which garnered nearly 4,000 dislikes.

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