Nothing pisses me off more than thinking I have a new lesbian target to ridicule and then finding that the person is bright, funny, sensitive, smart, effective and inspiring.
Damned dyke. Love her.
That was great. Thanks, OP.
Is she filled with righteous anger?
Why are there so many relatively high-profile lesbian comedians and so few gay male comics? In fact, I can't think of any gay guys who do stand-up. (I mean, I know there must be some but are there any with the profile of an Ellen or even a Tig?)
She looks like a dude. I'm attracted to women. I just don't get butch dykes.
I eat placenta, I'm terrified of seeing penises, and daddy never, ever hugged me enough!
It's completely sad to me that, with ALL the world's problems, with all the injustices suffered by gays and lesbians, and with all the other issues and problems to overcome she could have spoken out about, this person choses "SO GAY" to create an entire activist monologue over.
I'm gay and even I say "so gay" sometimes because it's silly and funny when said without hate and malice. (I LOVE saying it to my nephew as a matter of fact)
I think she's trying much, much too hard to be an "in your face" lesbian comic and she really needs to find a calling, and a life.
Now go on, R1, start your little man hating rant about what a "self loathing homophobe" I am, and while you're at it, come over and suck my dick.
R7 = part of the problem.
The word wounds.
Frickin' glorious. We need more gals n' guys like that. Thanks for posting that, OP.
Another gay guy.
R8 = The problem.
I think Ash Beckham is pretty terrific.
Anybody that defends the pejorative use of the word gay is an idiot. Speaking of idiots, r11, r7, r6 etc, go get some self-esteem and mental help.
I'm glad she's found something to feel passionate about besides Pokemon, though the notable absence of Pikachu makes me wonder if she's abandoned them altogether. Is that even legal?
I judge and condemn everything I don't understand and that doesn't fit into my rigid worldview. I haven't been fucked in over 4 years.
This thread is a run-on sentence of one sad lesbian talking to herself.