I Blame Gay Marriage!

Tuesday, May 4th, 2010

“Carrying his luggage.” Is that what the kids are calling it these days?

I think we’ve reached the point where the most accurate form of gaydar may be the nastiness of the invective one spews at homosexuals.

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21 Responses to “I Blame Gay Marriage!”

  1. #1 |  Cynical in CA | 

    “I think we’ve reached the point where the most accurate form of gaydar may be the nastiness of the invective one spews at homosexuals.”

    I agree completely. The concept is called “projection,” whereby one projects one’s own “negative, undesirable” characteristics on an another, to escape having to confront one’s own insecurities.

    It’s very closely related to “cui bono” as a means of detecting corruption.

  2. #2 |  dsmallwood | 

    wow
    if Corel did this as a spoof it would be too over the top to get much of a laugh … ya can’t make this up.

    and i’m glad to see that this economic down turn has not affected the good fellow’s travel plans or expenses.

  3. #3 |  Mattocracy | 

    Best thing to advance gay rights is for conservative culture warriors do get caught in gay trysts. Nothing destroys a movement quiet like disillusionment in it’s own leadership.

  4. #4 |  Kristen | 

    That whole damn article just cracked me the hell up. Finally something to smile about on The Agitator!

  5. #5 |  Andrew S. | 

    This has been a more enraging day than most (between the “strip people of their citizenship the minute they’re even accused of an act of terrorism”, the Oklahoma immigration law thing, the VAT tax… oh, pretty much everything at H&R today). So I needed this to make me smile. Thanks, Radley!

  6. #6 |  Marty | 

    hopefully, the next picture of the minister will be of him standing in line at the std clinic!

    I hope he starts blaming scantily clad women for his being led astray…

  7. #7 |  flukebucket | 

    How is it that the church seems to attract so much of the closeted gay? I don’t understand that. It must be some kind of self-flagellation thing. Would any of you be surprised to find out that James Dobson is gay? It would not surprise me in the least.

    I think we’ve reached the point where the most accurate form of gaydar may be the nastiness of the invective one spews at homosexuals.

    Amen brother.

  8. #8 |  Marv Hamlish | 

    That’s right, the entire Republican party is gay. Maybe we should start by sending people back to their countries when they are caught breakin our drug laws!

  9. #9 |  Steve Verdon | 

    Damn that is one creepy story…that part about how much he likes kids, it just comes off sounding wrong when coming after how Rekers likes to “hang out with young men.”

  10. #10 |  JS | 

    You fags make me sick.

  11. #11 |  Andrew Williams | 

    If I could plus you for that, Radley, I would. Consider it done anyway. I’ve recently come to believe that Fred Phelps and his bunch are as gay as they come, and utterly in denial of that fact.

  12. #12 |  andyinsdca | 

    Some playwright or something a few hundred years ago (I think his name was Billy) wrote something to the effect of “The lady doth protest too much, methinks.”

  13. #13 |  JS | 

    Damn it it was a parody! Quit downticking me!

  14. #14 |  ChrisD | 

    I’m just glad that we get to “Rent Boy” for a few days.

  15. #15 |  Greg C | 

    I like that the Google ad showing on this page is “Atlantis All-Gay Cruises”

  16. #16 |  Aresen | 

    When I saw the “Carry his luggage” tag, I wasn’t sure how it was going to tie into the story, but when the line finally appeared in the minister’s words, I couldn’t stop laughing.

    Thanks for brightening my evening, Radley!

  17. #17 |  Joey Maloney | 

    Nothing destroys a movement quiet like disillusionment in it’s own leadership.

    Really? Have you noticed the homo-hating bible-thwackers losing steam? Because I haven’t. Influence, perhaps, but not enthusiasm.

    In this case, the it seems to me the psychology causes quite the reverse effect. “If even Our Dear Leader, so strong, so manly, so moral, can fall victim to the wiles of Gay Satan, how much more easily the poor, weak children living in our sinful world! We must CLAP LOUDER!”

  18. #18 |  Mattocracy | 

    Have you noticed that mainstream America is becoming ever more tolerant of gays? There will always be die hards out there, but the majority of Americans have lost their anti-gay zeal. I think that the ever expanding list of gay scandals involving culture warriors has something to do with that.

  19. #19 |  Collin | 

    Have we reached the point where the image of the stereotypical gay is a white man in his fifties wearing the traditional uniform of blue suite, white shirt and red tie. American flag lapel pin optional.

  20. #20 |  GreginOz | 

    Damn! I wanted to turn Gay coz I’d worked out that they are better looking, have higher income & dress better then me. After this…blech…I think I’ll stay straight! it seems that Gaydar IDs Nancy-boys as, well, what Collin said, above. Ain’t going to no Republican Bible thumping gigs. No, Sirree!!! If I dropped a coin at Donation time at Church I sure as shit ain’t bending over to pick it up;-)

  21. #21 |  Chris | 

    While I think that, in general, the idea of homophobia=repressed homosexuality is nonesense, there is a subgroup which it might actually work on. Look at their wording in their criticism of homosexuality… does it have a lot of talk about the temptations? Or about how “hedonistic” it is? Because as a straight man, I’ve never had any particular temptation to be gay. I’m just not, just as they just are. So it IS very curious that they use such language…

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