Meghan McCain is ‘Strictly Dickly’

Meghan McCain tells Playboy she's not gay:

Meghan_mccainI’m not a lesbian, if that’s what you’re asking. I’d be the first person to tell the world I was gay. I’m not private about anything. I think you should live how you should live. But I’m strictly dickly. I can’t help it. I love sex and I love men.

Honey, you’re nobody unless you have a gay rumor about you. I’ve been hit on by women from time to time, and it might simplify my life if I were gay, but no. Rachel and Tila are just great people. For me, it’s an issue of civil rights. Who people want to sleep with and who they want to love should not have anything to do with government politics at all. And if you see me in a gay bar, it’s only because they play the best music and my gay friends like to dance. Gay guys love me. It’s the big boobs and blonde hair.


  1. Eubean says

    I like her. I would like to suggest to her that gay people, as with straight people, do not select whom they’d want to “sleep” with or want to love. It’s a given whom they are attracted to and not a choice. Her language could use a bit of tweeking as well as that of many other commentators.

  2. IAN F says

    She’s a total closet case. Closeted Democrat.

    Break free Meghan! There are lots of people like you in the world. You will feel like a weight has been lifted from your shoulders when you say the words out loud. I promise, it get’s better!

  3. Diana says

    Yeah, she’s real bright…she said that she thinks Chris Christie would make a good vice president.

    I can’t take anyone who says such a stupid thing seriously.

  4. zeddy says

    I am sure this was more a flippant statement and she probably knows better. But, I will echo this as has been said above: There is nothing more simple about gay sexual relationships. Relationship roles are confusing: who’s the daddy and who’s the mommmy? On a more severe level, people are being killed, hurt, abused and so on just because of who they love. There is nothing simple about that. People are getting ostracized by their families of who they are bringing home…kinda like Romeo and Juliette but happening more frequently and harshly. For gay people who have a supporting family is a fortunate thing, but being a gay couple is RARELY simple.

  5. Gregv says

    “Relationship roles are confusing; who’s the daddy and who’s the mommy?”.

    @Zeddy: What? That sounds like a question Rick Santorum would ask. Neither Neil Patrick Harris nor David Burtka is “the mommy” or “the woman” or “the wife.”. They’re both dads, men, husbands (or parents, people, and spouses to use non-gendered terms).

    Neither Ellen nor Portia is “the man.”. They’re both women; they’re both people. If my dad washes the dishes or my mom drives the car, that doesn’t make him “the woman” or her “the man” and likewise, a same-sex relationship doesn’t require anyone to be pigeon-holed into always fulfilling some sexist line that she/he may not cross.
    It’s like asking, “If white and black children go to school together, then how will it remain clear who is supposed to be the boss?”

    Forgive me if I misunderstood your comment and you meant it to be an ironic play on a stupid notion (maybe?)

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