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Sunday, January 14, 2007

Hypocricy

...or Hate is the new Pink.

So today I was doing some random web surfing when I stumbled upon some hateful little posting on a "family values site" and a reference back to a site called "free republic" which is quite contradictory to its name.

Could you believe (and I'm sure you could) people were actually posting on there under names like "irishlass" and "poobear" that us "Sodomites" had to be struck down and that we were spreading a "homosexual agenda" by WalMart carrying this book (which they have since pulled) because it had some descriptions of lesbian sex.

Now, that's not what this book is about; it's about teenage girl culture and sexuality, but apparently hypocrits can only read the words "lesbian," "gay," and (with southern drawl) "homo-sexu-AL-ity.

Anywho, that's nothing new, but what really irked me was that someone was bitching about a domestic partnership law claiming that it was discriminatory because straight people couldn't get a domestic partnership. Well, you know what? No. No they can't! But if you are going to call a spade a spade here, hunnie, you've got to realize that gay people can't get married, yet straight people or even a couple where, after gender reassignment surgery, is appearingly straight can get married. SO FUCK YOU!

Actually, no, you people have been doing enough of that. For a group of people who say they hate gay sex, they sure do screw a lot of gay people! Let's all get on the same side here. I will concede to the fact that domestic partnerships for only gay couples is discriminatory, if you concede to the fact that straight marriage is also discriminatory and abolish both of them. Then nobody will get screwed here... Or maybe everyone will; because you KNOW that marriage is the single biggest killer of sex all around!

How do you like THEM apples?

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2 Comments:

At 1/14/2007 11:43 PM, Blogger Rob's whiny, bitch-ass comment is...

I agree with most of what you say, but you're wrong on marriage. Statistically, married people have far more sex -- with each other, even!

 
At 1/15/2007 10:13 AM, Blogger Scott's whiny, bitch-ass comment is...

Actually...according to a survey by Durex (they should know about sex):

- Couples living together report having sex 146 times per year.
- Married couples make love 98 times per year.

So, see, marriage kills the sex drive...

 

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