January 14, 2012
Wonder if the ‘hyper-masculine’ men’s fashion bloggers bigged-up by the NYT wear these under their ‘heritage’ flannels?
Hope so. For their sakes.
Tip: Stuart Warwick
British writer and journalist.
Fucksake! It’s like the Crips vs. the Bloods in South Central Los Angeles! Whoever would have thought being gay would be so complicated!
January 15, 2012 — 9:24 pm
I’m not so sure you want the NYT to recognise you as a modern “gay”. However, the red hanky is a sure retrogay give away. That hypermasculine khaki will tie you in with the ‘nasty pig” devients The better watch out which side the red hanky is on since it signals a specific role in sexual activities- “nasty pig” activities may find you on your head in some bushes in Central park
January 15, 2012 — 9:19 pm
In the U.S., most gays are republicans, they just don’t know it. The religious fanatics are just distractions,so that no one notices all the GOP stuff that Obama does. Notice that Andrea made that swing from Bush to him fast. Strange.
January 15, 2012 — 2:11 am
You’re only making things worse for yourself. Maybe it’s too late, I was only trying to be helpful. On your own head be it. I do feel, though, if your readership gets some sort of inkling you’re some sort of Kenneth Williams fan that your site would become quite unpopular quite quickly, especially in the USA, where the mere mention of homosexuality gets people shot in the street at Republican rallies, and joyous all-inclusive queer-fearing churches everywhere.
January 14, 2012 — 9:37 pm
Thanks for the advice, Graham. But don’t worry. I’ve got it covered. I’m a ‘hyper masculine dude’ and wear khaki from head to foot with a red bandana out of the back pocket – so the NYT will never suspect a thing!
January 14, 2012 — 8:56 pm
I feel I must tell you something for your own good, Mr. Simpson. You post a lot of stuff about gay matters. If you keep it up, people are going to think you are some sort of homosexual or something. I am just warning you for the good of your own reputation.
Think about it.
January 14, 2012 — 6:24 pm
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