Hillary Is 44's latest post has a lot in it and I'm sure Betty and my cousin will cover it. I want to note two things though.
First, it's LGBT. (Hillary Is 44 doesn't say "GLBT," ABC 'NEWS' does.)
It's been that my whole damn life. In the late 90s, I saw the push for GLBT. Why?
A bunch of gay men were getting their feelings hurt that they weren't first. They called it reverse sexism to put women first (meaning chivalry) and demanded that it be alphabetical.
What a load of crap.
And if you don't get what liars that segment of the population are, grasp that they said it had to be alphabetical to be fair.
Well doesn't "B" come before "G"?
Yes, it does. But these priss pots (power bottoms all) want you to know that it has to be GLBT. If their motives were sincere they'd be using BGLT. They're not using that and they're not sincere. It's just one more attack on lesbians from gay men -- something that's gone on forever and we're never supposed to speak of it or call it out because it might hurt the 'coalition.' Bull f**king s**t.
The coalition is LGBT. That's what it needs to stay unless we're going to go alphabetical. Alphabetical means "B" comes first.
There was a little punk ass who tried to pretend he was part of this community. You may remember him. He started a website that was 'political' if Glee and soap operas count as political. Is there anything more disgusting than a 30-plus male obsessing over high school boys? How about a 30-plus male who still hasn't told his parents he's gay?
But online he tries to play ULTRA GAY BLOGGER. He's such a fraud and a fake. Do you know that before he started his blog he had been in college for almost a decade?
You may be thinking, "Wow, he must have some great degrees!" Uh, no. None. Even now. Four or five years after he started his blog he still doesn't have a degree. He still works part-time at a bookstore (though that job may be about to go due to the bookstore's financial problems). His parents have paid his tuition each semester. After seven years, they asked him (nicely, I'm told) if he'd picked a major.
And that's the voice of Gaydom online?
We tried to nicely note that, despite his claims, he was not a part of this community. Then came 2008 and he was a member of the Cult of St. Barack and that finally cleared up the matter and no one believed his lies anymore that he was a TCI community member.
But that's the type of mindset that screams for GLBT. A little boy who's closing in on forty and still can't tell his parents he's gay, who's still struggling to get a degree and taking his parents money -- for almost 20 years -- to get that degree, a little boy who's lost in Glee because it's so much better than those spurts of 'activity' when he goes to the science building's men's room on the basement and sucks off any guy who sticks his cock through the hole in the wall between two stalls. He generally does that for a full week and then is filled with shame. Then he swears he'll find himself a boyfriend. But that never works out (not even finding a date) and he gets horny and a year or so later he's back working the stall.
That is your voice for GLBT.
That is your voice for Barack Obama.
And, yes, that is your voice for Glee. Grown ups need to watch grown up shows.
Now for Russ Feingold. Russ lost Wisconsin because the voters there can't stand Barack. And Russ was doing okay until near the end of the campaign when suddenly he was best buds with Barack. Big mistake and he lost his slot in the senate.
Now he wants to try to tell us what to do?
Russ, you couldn't even keep your senate slot. You were an incumbent. Do you realize how hard it is for an incumbent to lose?
And you lost.
You need to focus on why that was. (Hint, Barack Obama.) Stop trying to lead until you can face what hurt you and deal with it. Until then, you're like Chaz Bono trying to speak for lesbians: Making no sense at all.
(I have defended Chaz and I continue to. But I also stand by my statement that Chaz made a lot of foolish statements when he was a lesbian and those statements should have been called out -- certainly that Ellen's show was "too gay" for TV -- but weren't. Chaz had only recently come out and should not have been made into a spokesperson. Chaz' journey demonstrates that people need time to find themselves. I am very happy for Chaz Bono and think he's got a wonderful and exciting life ahead of him. But only now do I think he's able to speak with real authority. This is not an attack on Chaz but it is noting that we need to be real careful who we put in spokespeople roles and we need to grasp that young people who have just come out are often at the start of a journey of self and have not arrived at where they are yet.)
Here's C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"