Biden Admin Hires LGBT Activist with Puppy Fetish to Oversee Nuclear Waste Disposal

(by Calvin Freiburger | LifeSite News) – A new Biden administration hire tasked with the disposition of nuclear waste is drawing attention for a controversial background that has nothing to do with energy issues.

Politico reported that Sam Brinton has been chosen as deputy assistant secretary of Spent Fuel and Waste Disposition for the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Nuclear Energy (ONE).

According to a biography Brinton provided to the LGBTQ Religious Archives Network (LGBTQ-RAN), he holds a dual Master’s degree from MIT in engineering systems and nuclear science and engineering, is the founder of “Core Solutions Consulting that provides technical expertise on topics ranging from nuclear waste management to advanced nuclear reactor innovation and nuclear non-proliferation policy to advanced nuclear companies,” and has advised Congress on related issues.

However, the biography also details Brinton’s work as an adviser to the Obama administration on LGBT issues and an activist for campaigns to ban talk therapy for unwanted same-sex attraction, such as the BornPerfect Campaign and 50 Bills 50 States, ostensibly driven by his experience as a “survivor of a traumatic and torturous conversion therapy experience.”

“He shows young men and women everywhere he goes that they can be who they are and gives them courage,” the bio reads. “Once, while he was walking around Disney World in 6 inch stilettos with his boyfriend, a young gay boy saw Sam with his boyfriend and started crying. He told his mother, ‘t’s [sic] true, Mom. WE can be our own princess here.’”

The National Pulse reported that Brinton, who uses the drag handle “Sister Ray Dee O’Active,” is the self-described “slutty one” in the D.C.-based drag queen group Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, and discussed his experience as a “handler” in “puppy play,” a fetish that involves pretending to be dogs. Photos in the interview and on (WARNING: graphic) social media depict him standing over kneeling men in leather dog masks, one of whom is wearing a leash Brinton is holding.

“One of the hardest things about being a handler is that I’ve honestly had people ask, ‘Wait, you have sex with animals?’” Britton says. “They believe it’s abusive, that it’s taking advantage of someone who may not be acting up to a level of human responsibility…. The other misperception is that I have some really messed up background, like, did I have some horrible childhood trauma that made me like to have sex with animals.”

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