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  1. Beebs says

    Too many guys at the dance told you they were “Bi” because they weren’t interested in you. In my sphere at that age, Bi meant closet case–and even the suggestion of being aroused by women might have been considered “bait” to some, I was militant — you’re gay!
    Face it. I didn’t live in a world where woman were sex objects.

  2. says

    Appearance wise, I have always been attracted to guys that look similar to Dan Savage, Adam Levine and that hotty Steve Carelle; slim face with long thick necks. Wide faces like Dicarprio, Matt Damon, Joe Manganiello, Henry Cavill, Chris Helmsworth types do nothing for me.

  3. FilmTurtle says

    Articulate, passionate, witty, sex-positive, photogenic, yeah, what an awful spokesperson.

    It’s not Dan’s fault that the media doesn’t seem particularly interested in finding more LGBT people to advocate for the LGBT community. Anyway, Dan only reached this level of prominence two or three years ago when the It Gets Better Project went viral. The media sought HIM out, and he decided to do something with it. We are our own worst enemy, I swear.

    As for the bi stuff, I’m glad he continues to clarify his position. But a huge swath of bi activists have demonized Dan for years and they don’t seem all that enthused about changing their mind about him.

  4. RockinRobbie says

    I’ve had enough experience with young dudes who claimed they were ‘bi’ and later admitted they were gay that I totally understand where one would look askance at someone under 21 claiming to be bi. Really? Get back to me in 5 years. Of course, I came of age in the 80’s so maybe it’s different now (kind of doubt it). This puts me firmly in the ‘completely agree’ with Savage on this topic camp.

    However, what I want to know is who ever accused Savage of being bi-phobic? It makes it sound as though it was a huge deal at some point but I really can’t find any claims or bruhaha about it!

  5. Wilkby says

    Teehee, I’m having a hard time picturing how you could lump the likes of Leonardo DiCaprio and Joe Manganiello and Henry Cavill, and Chris Hemsworth together. They are completely different types.

  6. CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTONSTOPHER ALLEN HORTON says

    WELL, WELL, WELL ….. THANK YOU Towleroad. THIS ARTICLE IS PERFECT.

    I ASSUME Dan Savage READS Towleroad. I JUST TRIED TO MAKE A COMMENT ON Stranger ABOUT AN ARTICLE Mr. Savage WROTE ABOUT CLIMATE CHANGE. I WAS MERELY GOING TO COMMENT ON CLIMATE CHANGE; BUT, SINCE I WAS BARRED FROM COMMENTING, I WILL “GO-OFF.”

    I ASSUME Mr. Savage HAS READ MY COMMENTARY ABOUT HIS “husband” AND “adopted son.” AND, DID NOT LIKE IT. AND, I IMPLIED I WOULD PURCHASE HIS NEW BOOK.

    THIS “say something nice about us, or, you will be banned,” SAYS A LOT TO THOSE WHO ATTENTIVELY READ.

    CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

  7. says

    “I’ve had enough experience with young dudes who claimed they were ‘bi’ and later admitted they were gay that I totally understand where one would look askance at someone under 21 claiming to be bi. Really? Get back to me in 5 years.”

    SING OUT LOUISE!

  8. Tom Cardellino says

    It really pains me to say the following comment because much, very much of what Dan Savage has done over the years has been beneficial to the LGT and even B community. This video clip, however, was produced predominantly I suspect more to protect the “Dan Savage” brand than to address his admitted past anti-bisexual statements, laughingly mentioned only in asides during his monologue I must point out regrettably, without him ever uttering the simple phrase: “I am sincerely sorry for having been dead wrong about the very essence of whom you are, my bisexual brothers and sisters.” Not one note of apology for fueling in very many instances personal prejudices paraded as “fact.” This video has given me one seriously sad day, as it must for anyone who may have once admired this man for his otherwise helpful work. The video was as self-serving as any monologue I’ve ever seen by an individual who has gained fame while making major moral errors along the way, as many mere humans like ourselves all do. The difference is that he seems remorseless, more concerned with his brand being tarnished by those critics who were on to something just and true years ago. Without him acknowledging that, he has become a great disappointment to me as well as many others still possessing critical thinking skills that are applied to every public person, whether they are straight, lesbian, gay transgender or his frequently maligned target of bisexuals. Snap out of it Dan, summon some humility from deep inside of your soul, and just say: “I made frequent statements that were deeply hurtful and dismissive of bisexuals, and for the pain they caused and the ignorance they fostered, I am truly sorry!”.

  9. james says

    Women find male bisexuality a threat because it represents competition.

    Women can compete with other women for the sexual affections of men by putting on their make-up or revealing skirt. However, this strategy is rendered almost pointless if she has to compete with a man for the affections of men. Men have animalistic sex drives which can annihilate any strategy she adopts to attract men. Male bisexuality thus represents a competitive threat to her.

  10. CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTONSTOPHER ALLEN HORTON says

    “Tom Cardellino,”

    I KNOW NOTHING OF Dan Savage’s views ON “bisexuality.” BUT, IT IS VERY STRANGE THAT HOMOSEXUALS WANT TO EMBRACE A GROUP OF PEOPLE WHO HAVE BROUGHT NOTHING BUT HEARTACHE TO THEM – HOMOSEXUALS WHO HAVE FALLEN IN LOVE WITH “don’t know who I am” bisexuals KNOW WHAT I MEAN.

    CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

  11. Just_a_guy says

    So fing sexy. Just sexy. F. See, I don’t have crushes on people I don’t know generally; I don’t think of myself as a starfer, for example. But I admire intensely thinkers whose works I’ve imbibed and bounced around in my head. And dannyboy is one such thinker. And with the humanity of him talking, dang, it’s so fing sexy! It’s weird, cuz here I don’t agree with him at all really here on this topic. But I’ve thought of him as a sex god of sorts for long enough that just watching him and hearing his voice makes me just see pretty, not caring what it’s saying. And I don’t even think of him as my type necessarily or conventionally attractive in the strictest terms. That is his enigma. Hahahah. All I got to this.

  12. CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTONSTOPHER ALLEN HORTON says

    “Just_a_guy,”

    YOUR COMMENTARY REMINDS ME OF A Towleroad comment I MADE ABOUT Senator John Edwards (D-NC). THAT IS WHY I JUST FOCUS ON THE PHYSICAL AND LEAVE PEOPLE’S MINDS ALONE.

    CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

  13. CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTONSTOPHER ALLEN HORTON says

    I JUST WATCHED THIS VIDEO. Mr. Savage MENTIONED A SCIENTIFIC STUDY WHICH IDENTIFIED AND MEASURED bisexual patterns OF SEXUAL AROUSAL. THAT IS CRAP! YES – I BELIEVE THERE ARE SOME PEOPLE WHO HAVE A HIGH LIBIDO WHICH DICTATES SEX WITH ANY-/EVERYONE. BUT, LOVE IS A NATURAL PARTNER TO SEX. WHO WILL bisexuals LOVE? ….. THE SAME-SEX PARTNER. CASE CLOSED.

    CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

  14. Robert says

    I’m gay, my husband is bisexual. We’ve been together eighteen years, have two sons, and are very happy together. I’ve never had any worries about whether he would leave me for a woman – or another man. But then, he was thirty when we met.
    That said, the way some of you go on about Savage, you must have very few actual problems in your lives.

  15. CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTONSTOPHER ALLEN HORTON says

    “Robert” – NO OFFENSE; BUT, HOW CAN YOU UTILIZE THE WORD, “husband,” AND REFER TO HIM AS bisexual IN THE SAME SENTENCE? WHAT TYPE OF COMMITTMENT IS THAT?

    CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

  16. moike says

    I seriously don’t understand the Dan hate. We have more than enough enemies, and yet we continue to viciously attack our own for (what sounds like petty/vain reasons = He isn’t as perfect as he I want him to be; he said some uninformed yet non-discriminatory stuff I don’t agree with but which is actually more or less true. Now I hate him.)
    Like I said, I just don’t understand it at all. He’s a married gay man with a child. He’s successful, healthy, and funny, all wrapped up in a t-shirt and smile.

  17. Jason says

    There is no such thing as a bisexual act. There are heterosexual acts and there are homosexual acts. A person who can partake of sex acts with both men and women is called ‘bisexual’ but, even here, this description is woefully inadequate. It does not adequately describe the comparative enthusiasm which that person has for each gender.

  18. CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTONSTOPHER ALLEN HORTON says

    “moike” – YOU ARE ON POINT. AS I HAVE STATED BEFORE, AS A NEGRO MALE, THIS RIDICULE OF CAUCASIANS’ OWN MAKES NO SENSE.

    CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

  19. kdknyc says

    Personally I’ve had some, shall we say disappointing interactions (and one long-term relationship) with male bisexuals. These interactions have led me to believe that bisexuals should mate with each other and leave be, those of us who can make up our minds.

  20. MateoM says

    Christopher Allen Horton, you speak good sense, my brother. I agree! Bisexuality is just an excuse to justify open-relationships and non-monogamous relationships, and Savage’s so-called ‘apology’ is just cover for his on promiscuity. We must stand together, Christopher Allen Horton, against they homosexual hating hypocrisy that Dan Savage and his ilk anytime. Give me a shout any time! And welcome to Towleroad. I hope you will post here often, and engage me in dialogue every time I post. Peace out, bro!

  21. Tular CO says

    lol at bisexuals when they play victim. 99.9999% of bisexual live in the closet. They use the LG community to attain rights and benefits when they are in a same sex relationship but the minute they go into a hetero relationship, trust and believe they throw gays under the bus. Never ever trust a bisexual. They level of homophobia is truly frightening, and you’ll learn it the hard way when you engage any sort of relationship with their anti gay behind.

  22. Alejandro says

    I don’t mind bisexuals an respect them, but take huge issue with many of their thinking that all gays are bisexual and suppressing their desire to sleep with woman. No, I’m not suppressing anything. I don’t ever wanna lick box. If you do—do you! stop with the ‘sexuality is fluid, give it a try, you never know unless you sleep with a women’
    You come off just as ignorant as homophobes when you try to influence us to be with the opposite sex. Leave us alone and we’ll leave you alone.

  23. USC Trojans Fan says

    Was a huge advocate for the bisexual community:

    Until three rather rotten experiences with bi friends. Each eventually decided they were going to be with a female and not male. Cool. What I didn’t anticipate is the overwhelming anti gay beliefs each would adopt, one vocally becoming opposed to marriage equality and the other saying “just get a civil union with the same rights”

    Coupled with obsessively speaking negatively about the gay community in mixed company, when around heterosexual mutual friends, and enough was enough. In each case I politely approached them about the issue and reminded them that since they now are in a relationship with a female, married in two cases, enjoying the privileges and perks of said status, that they can’t get off belittling the lesbian and gay community every chance. They are not qualified. To which they became more irate, and went off on more anti gay rants and it all seriously made me rethink the intent of SOME in the bi community.

    Just because you’re bi does not mean you know everything about the gay community, nor are you in a position to comment on us negatively.

  24. millerbeach says

    I’ve been with women, but I still consider myself gay. I’ve been with far more men than women, but that’s just me. If someone else finds pleasure in a mix of the both, more power to them. Let them enjoy what they enjoy…as long as they let me enjoy what I enjoy. Live and let live.

  25. Phillip says

    Many bisexual males simply call themselves gay men because of all the gasps they otherwise get. I have a boyfriend of 9 years, to who I’m now engaged. I plan on being with him for the rest of my life and we are adopting children. However, if he died or we broke up, I’d be open to dating women or men. I’m largely attracted to intelligence and nonconformist-thinkers which can be of either sex. It seems the men AND women I’m attracted to are far less numerous than most of my gay brothers or the heterosexuals are.

    That’s far different from people who use “bi” as a crutch to remain in the closet or simply haven’t decided.

  26. Real Talk says

    Yes, poor persecuted bisexuals, an overwhelming majority of which are not out as bi, and are indeed passable hetero and like to be deemed hetero in society. From my experience, bisexuals are angry that they can’t openly be bisexual because of the heterosexual communities hang ups of with the idea, so they take out their anger on the gay and lesbian community because we’re an easy punching bag for to get out their misdirected anger. I especially love when closeted bisexuals comment on L and G activism. Ever been around a bisexual? oh, they’re very opinionated. Yet can’t seem to disclose being sexually attracted to both sexes when it comes to the heterosexuals in their life. Funny how that works.

  27. Caliban says

    There are people who are attracted to both genders. Fine. I get it. Both men and women can be sexually attractive and some like both. Great, whatever.

    That doesn’t change the fact that claiming “bi” identity CAN be a transition state for people just coming out, testing the waters before they admit they’re gay. It can also be a fashionable, “edgy” thing to claim in certain circles, usually for women but also for young men.

    So saying you’re bi doesn’t always mean you ARE bi and that leads to a lot of confusion. IMO there are valid things to criticize Dan Savage for (and the good still outweighs the bad) but this isn’t one of them.

  28. ripper says

    “Is Andy censoring comments on this thread?”

    If only. Imagine how much better this site would be if it were free of professional trolls like Jason and professional retards like CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON.

  29. NaomiClareNL says

    Yeah, people here wonder why bi people are closeted or even homophobic?

    How about constantly having your identity erased from both heterosexuals and homosexuals? Or being thought of as serial cheaters or lying about your “true” identity by gay and lesbians, your supposed allies.
    Depressing really. As has been proven around the world. Over here in NL and elsewhere.

    Just read the comments…

    Naomi
    (who identifies as human; citizen of planet Earth, Europe, the Netherlands, Rotterdam; archivist; trans; atheist; fan of SF and fantasy; fan of (model) railroads and, oh yes, lesbian too)

  30. Francis #1 says

    I run a mile from closeted people in general. Not something you want to get into.

    Dan is right, but it’s not just the bisexual label this happens with, it’s also the straight label. Gay men who are gay for one reason or another identify as straight or bisexual early in life, as a teen or young adult, but then eventually come out as fully gay. There are lesbians who identify as such before coming out as bisexual. These things happen.

    Does that mean bisexuality does not exist? Absolutely not and I find those who do use the bisexual label for these reasons are self-serving and doing a major disservice. It doesn’t even create confusion for me because it’s not my orientation so whatever someone chooses to identify as, is their choice.

    I also don’t agree with the “bisexuals can’t be trusted” mentality. That’s a character thing. If a person has a strong character and truly loves a person, they’re not going to cheat.

    Unfortunately, the side of the coin is, there are quite a few homophobic bisexuals. They’re the types who are bi, but don’t at all identify with the larger LGBT community and almost resent it and resent us. They attack us and attack the gay community as the reason they can’t be open with their orientation, and that it’s our fault that there isn’t acceptance. I don’t like that at all, and I’ve had two big twitter arguments within the past month with bisexual guys who have done just that.

    I have zero resentment at all with bisexuals nor should anyone else. It’s not a character trait and no-one should be judged on the basis of their orientation. But the bisexuals who attack the gay/lesbian community and also these individuals attack trans persons even worse in my experience. They are the ones I dislike. They’re the ones who are trying to play both sides of the fence. Relationships, whether it’s mono or poly, none of that matters, whether a person is in a hetero or homo relationship does not change the fact they’re bisexual. But the bisexual persons who like to keep that hetero-privilege get on my nerves, and disappoint me.

    Then again, it’s the same with gay men who do that as well. It’s not necessarily a bisexual thing. It’s a closet case thing. And it’s pathetic.

  31. Francis #1 says

    Naomi, the thing is, I agree with you, but it goes both ways. It does not go one way. There are bisexuals who are homophobic and gay people who are biphobic. In my experience, most bisexuals aren’t homophobic and most gays aren’t biphobic, but there’s definitely a wall there, especially with older guys/girls. I don’t see it that much with younger folk but older folk, yes.

    I think the gay/lesbian folk who erase bisexuals’ orientation are offensive, for obvious reasons. If they have same-sex relationships, they will be identified as gay, or more specifically, queer, and essentially be apart of the queer community all together and not the straight world at all by people, and if they enter opposite sex relationships, they will be identified as straight and traitors. I get that totally.

    But the facts are, again, there are a lot of bisexuals, in particular men, who play the DL game, who play the Craigslist game, who know they’re bisexual yet love their hetero-privilege and pretty much go out of their way to not associate with the LGBTQ community at large. That’s the big problem that those LGT people who have issues with bisexuals in general tend to have. The bisexuals who won’t come out, and even trash the gay community while being bi, or the bisexuals who want to profit off the LGBTQ community at large yet publicly, they won’t come out and won’t identify as bi and won’t knowingly do anything suspiciously “gay”.

    The problem is NOT with bisexuals who are out, open, living honestly. They are respected overall, or at least should be. Because they are apart of our community, our family. This isn’t a bisexual thing specifically, anyway, because heterosexual trans persons often do this, and of course a lot of gays and lesbians in the closet do too. A lot of “straight-acting” gays do this all the time. And it’s hard not to hold some resentment for all of them. If you’re bisexual and out, you should distance yourself from these types, the entire LGBTQ community should, because they are a detriment to our cause and they do cause negative attitudes in people.

    The hetero-privilege game. That’s what it comes down to, and it’s sickening across the board.

  32. Alex says

    I have always found it odd as a gay man that other gay men want to deny that others can actually be born attracted to both genders, yet expect/want heterosexuals to accept that we were born attracted to the same gender. Don’t forget that a lot of the arguments against gay equality is based on the belief that we have chosen to be homosexuals. I know that I was born gay and therefor different than heterosexuals. Who am I to tell somebody that they aren’t truly born attracted to both men and women. In my mind that would be tantamount to a bigoted straight person telling me I am not truly attracted to other men.

  33. CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTONSTOPHER ALLEN HORTON says

    ACTUALLY I SECRETLY JUST LOVE DAN SAVAGE AND JUST WANT TO RIDE ON HIS PACKAGE ALL NIGHT LONG AND LET HIM BLOW ALL OVER MY FACE…I SWALLOW WHEN I TRULY LOVE A GUY. THATS WHY I KEEP POSTING INSANE RANTS ABOUT A GUY THAT I IN NO WAY KNOW OR AM CONNECTED TO. SORRY FOR BEING AN A$$HOLE, GUYS. ITS MY OWN PERSONAL PROBLEM AND I SHOULD HAVE KEPT IT TO MYSELF.

  34. jamal49 says

    CAH, Caps Queen, honey, there are a lot of wonderful new med therapies out there. I think they might really be helpful to you.

    Bill, you just about summed up the whole “bi” thing and nailed it.

    Bi is bs. Period.

  35. Misty says

    Thank you, Naomi. I just wish people, both gay and straight, would stop it. Yes there are people whom identify as bi before coming out as gay, but it doesn’t mean bi people don’t exist. And even if later in life the bi person calls themselves gay (like a friend of mine did) it still doesn’t mean that we need to judge every time a person calls themselves bi and wonder about it. They will come out when they need to if they do, but if I were you I would take them at their word, because it’s very possible that they really are.

  36. Mike Ryan says

    Dear God PLEASE Towleroad ban CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON if, for any reason, they guy can’t get his fat fingers off the CAPS key. Talk about ego? “Hear me hear me hear me” he keeps saying post after post. The guy is a nutcase.

    Savage is right. I’ve never met a real “bi” guy in my entire life.

  37. Phillip says

    jamal49 said: “Bi is bs. Period.”

    Saying that is just as ignorant as someone saying that Gay is BS. Bi is well-studied and established in the world of psychology and is completely legitimate (though feel about it whatever you want).

    I’m thankful to read some SANE and well thought-out comments here among the prejudice.

    Sadly, I’ve learned that being a part of any minority doesn’t mean one has compassion for any other minority — which means some people miss some of the depth which their own circumstances could readily provide.

    Study people’s character… not their labels.

  38. Caliban says

    To me, here’s what a lot of it comes down to, particularly when it’s about gay, bi, and trans people who are being discussed.

    People will say, “Well, I just don’t GET it.” Newsflash: You personally “getting” something isn’t required for it to be real, so get over it. I don’t really “get” the trans thing because that isn’t my personal experience, but I’ve read enough and put in the time trying to actually listen to what they’re saying that I have some basic understanding and believe them when they talk of their own experience. That’s their path, mine is different, but both are equally valid.

    It’s the same thing with bisexuality. That isn’t my experience but I have no reason to doubt that it exists. Hell, according to the Kinsey study MOST people are bisexual to some degree; sexuality being a bell curve with some people on either end as entirely gay or straight. But most of those people will insist they are 100% straight. If fact I think it’s those people who most of the homophobia comes from, those who can’t handle their own same-sex attractions/temptations because it doesn’t fit their social/religious self conception. They police their OWN desires by policing the behavior of others. Studies bear this out, showing that most blatantly homophobic men show a sexual response to gay porn.

    But that doesn’t have anything to do with those bisexuals who are open and honest, only down low schmucks cheating on their wife and terrified someone *might* think they’re gay.

  39. says

    In my own personal study, I’ve found that any Gay, Lesbian or Bi person that has enough of a problem with Dan Savage that they have to troll the forums irrationally complaining about him are unhinged. I promise, this was a scientific study. In other words, get over yourselves people. Dan Savage is amazing and a hero to our community. And, omg, he’s not perfect, but his flaws are by far outshined by his awesomesauce!

  40. says

    amen. he makes terrific bloody points, and only someone who hates dan savage more than they care about the truth would disagree.

    it’s very simple: anti-gay prejudice makes people think GAY = BAD, and BI = Not Totally Gay, Therefore Not As Bad, therefore many young people falsely adopt a Bi label before they’re ready to actually cop to be GAY.

    this doesn’t mean that bisexuality doesn’t exist, in varying forms. it means gay men need to stop co-opting the label that is not theirs as a coming out safety net.

    see also: “i’m gay but i’m not like THOSE gays..”

    yes – there are Right an Wrong ways to Come Out – let’s try to come out without putting someone else under the bus, eh?

    werk.

  41. Francis #1 says

    Mike Ryan, Dan didn’t say bisexuality didn’t exist so you’re putting words into his mouth.

    Bisexuality exists. That’s pretty much common sense. It’s exhibited in nature and has long been exhibited with human beings. I think people mistakenly think bisexuality is a pure 50-50 men/women but for most bisexuals it isn’t, I don’t believe, it’s more of an individual basis thing than anything else. Like I said earlier, a lot of middle age/older gays have a bias against bisexuals and have a mentality that they don’t exist and aren’t real, which is simply offensive and wrong.

    I wish more bi persons would come out, as Dan said. There are many out gay/lesbian/trans persons in society at this stage, who are looked at as heroes and role models and people to learn from. There aren’t very many out bisexuals that are in the mainstream world/popular culture that I can think of, or who at least speak on it in the same way gay/trans individuals do. Clive Davis just came out and of course, he’s 80. There are even fewer out bisexual men than women. Visibility is the way to break through stereotypes and apprehension.

  42. Lucas H says

    Dan Savage. It’s a love/hate thing with him, for me. Sometimes I want to stand and clap for him. Other times, like now, I just want to groan into my facepalm.

  43. Bryan says

    @Alejandro: Yep and those are the(only) types of bisexuals I have problems with. You like both, all well and good, but don’t make bisexuality oyt to be some “advanced” form of sexuality and somehow sneer at gay and straight people who like only one gender as closing their mind

  44. says

    Paul – never. Why? Because those that dislike him are never prepared to step up and be just as visible to take his place.

    But if you’d like to try this can be a great forum to test out your own version. You can post a youtube video and share your insights into human sexuality with us and the world wide web.

    Up to the task?

  45. Lucas H says

    Oh and I want to second the Dan Savage/Rachel Maddow similarities observation I saw…somewhere…lost in this randomly 3 page long (and growing) comment thread.

  46. ty says

    I think what Dan says here is exactly right. When I was coming out I lied and said I was bi to soften the blow. I was (and still am in some respects) homophobic especially when I see groups like Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, who sort of mock being gay with ridiculous outfits and beards and give us all a bad name like we are all crazy. Sure they do allot of charity work, but whats the point? It is also hipocracy for bi men to conveniently dissapear into straight relationships that almost require them to be homophobic to cover for their lie. When I look at Craigslist, I see a ton of bi guys who only want other bi guys, so they really are homophobic, because they are jealous that they can’t be true to themselves.

  47. Zeta says

    @Christopher Allen Horton, I’m sorry you were banned by Savage. It happens to a lot of people, at a lot of sites. Some moderators lose sight of what their role really is. It’s frustrating, but it helps a little that there are many more sites out there which will allow you to speak your mind.

  48. Caliban says

    @Ty, I was with you until you started in on the Sisters Of Perpetual Indulgence. Are they rude? Of course they are. But if there’s ever been an organization that deserves to be savagely mocked it’s the Catholic church.

    Especially when you consider that the priesthood and nunneries have long been a dumping ground for gay Catholics. “Not interested in the opposite sex? You must have a ‘calling!'” Uh-huh. Right. Which wouldn’t be a problem except they also work against gay rights.

    And some “Sisters” are quite thoughtful. Look up Sister Unity’s videos on YouTube. If “real” nuns had half that humanity there’d be far more converts.

  49. Xio says

    YOU KNOW WHAT IS GROSS, SO MANY BIPHOBIC PEOPLE AROUND HERE UGH, ALSO PEOPKE DEFENDING DAN, LOL, HE’S BIPHOBIC STOP DEFENDING HIM, ALSO SAYING OVER AND OVER “I KNOW A GUY THAT THOUGHT HE WAS BI AND NOW HE’S GAY” DOESN’T MEAN THAT BISEXUALITY IS NOT REAL, IT IS REAL FOR A LOT OF PEOPLE, GET OVER IT, YOU DON’T KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT BISEXUAL PEOPLE AND YOU GUYS FEEL THE RIGHT TO ACT LIKE ASSHOLES TO THEM SHAME ON YOU!

  50. CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTONSTOPHER ALLEN HORTON says

    I JUST Googled MY NAME AND SAW AN ADVERTISEMENT FOR Mr. Savage’s book. IF HE IS GOING TO USE ME FOR CHEAP ADVERTISING, HE SHOULD GIVE ME SOME OF THAT PETER!

    CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

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