Yawn - nobody cares about your opinion. Perhaps you mistook poo for caviar at your last meal time. Let me give you some advice: poo is not for eating.
As for those who reduce male homosexuality to anal sex, it's usually fake gay guys with a fetish for something in their posteriors. They wouldn't know gay rights if it got up out of a chair and hit them in the face.
Alternatively, it's disgruntled females who wish to trivialize the complexity of male-male attraction because of their penis envy or other condition.
Posted by: jason | Nov 6, 2012 5:03:06 PM
Nobody cares about YOUR opinion. Talk about someone who eats sh*t and then spews it back out as "fact". Idiot.
Posted by: WOW | Nov 6, 2012 5:06:14 PM
Everyone just ignore Jason. Stop feeding the troll.
Posted by: MateoM | Nov 6, 2012 5:13:32 PM
Eat da poo poo!
Posted by: endo | Nov 6, 2012 5:34:12 PM
Endo: your comments are almost as much fun as Crispy's!
@QueerRepublican Your angry about bloated and wasteful spending but have no problem supporting 2 wars that the Republicans didn't pay for? What?
Posted by: Lazlo | Nov 6, 2012 7:34:15 PM
John--Thank you for bringing some sensibility in the face of what I can only characterize as desperate parsing by LittleKiwi. The modifiers by themselves are enough. The poster mocks a group of gay men for being power bottoms, and it doesn't matter whether that group presumably identifies as power tops or versatile or something else. It's a slam against power bottoms, pun intended.
Kiwi--Let's try to make a similar poster for African Americans who support Romney. If it said something like "Masochistic White Acting Black People for Romney" then that would be enough to make the point. But if it also said "Masochistic White Acting Hair-Straightening Black People" then it's taking a certain behavior and elevating it to being itself a negative quality for a black person to have. The "power bottoms" line in that poster is the same. It is unnecessary, and it is mean spirited. If you can't see that, you're blind. I don't care if you're queer and gay and any number of other things--you don't get away with junk arguing just for wearing those badges.
RyaninWyo--I didn't say whether I was a power bottom. What John and I are emphasizing is the rampant problem in the gay community of shaming any activity seen as feminine (such as bottoming).
Posted by: Stefan | Nov 7, 2012 12:10:22 AM
I'm right there with you on voting for the Green Party. The Green Party embodies the equality that we deserve and that the Constitution REQUIRES and advocates for the economic and social reforms that would restore the true greatness of the United States of America.
Fortunately for us, we live in states where we can vote our conscience and support the Green Party.
Despite my vote for the Green Party, I'm extraordinarily pleased that Obama has been reelected as President of the United States of America.