Comments

  1. FizziekruntNT says

    I’ll tell you what’s creepy…it’s that sink shaped like a bedpan in the top photo. Eeeeuuwww. The mere suggestion of using the sink for a urinal reminds me of my ex. Now my day is ruined.

  2. LiamOg says

    Yeah, creepy, but if it gets the word out then more power to it.
    Vergessen ist ansteckend: forgetting is infectious

  3. FizziekruntNT says

    “If you forget to use a condom, I’ll pee in your sink.”

    “AAAAGGGHHH! NOOOOOOOOO! I PROMISE, I’ll NEVER EVER EVER HAVE SEX WITHOUT A CONDOM AGAIN!”

  4. Zeke says

    Robert, I didn’t know either. On behalf of myself and the other low-tech rednecks here, I’m glad you asked.

    And Thanks ChrisB for bringing us up to speed.

  5. says

    I love it that the first thing I noticed was the sink, and then read the comments and it was the first comment. Bedpan sinks are NSFH. (not safe for home)

  6. says

    This and the L.A. “shock” campaigns expose their desparation, and shifted from education to fear, in what they obviously believe is the only way to “reach” their audiences. Both suggest gay men are irrational brutes who “loose their heads” when it comes to their next f**k. I truly hope this isn’t true, but I’m afraid I know some dudes who fit this profile too well, and worse, would not be affected by either campaign or even stronger “shocks.” Ultimately, I suspect, individual must confront individual and apprize each other of the mutual humanity, responsibilities, and caring. Unfortunately, even a “few” that don’t care are “few” too many.

  7. steve says

    But you hear the girl gasp for air

    but there’s no head, oh and where’s the gay video commercial?