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Narcissist Who Filmed Her Abortion About As Deep and Insightful as One Would Expect

Posted by V the K at 4:15 pm - May 8, 2014.
Filed under: Abortion, aborting gays

Not that she was seeking attention or anything, but she is giving interviews.

“Like, no one can tell me how to feel about my abortion. I felt how I felt, and that was not influenced by anyone else except for how I grew up, how I you know went to college, how I live my day, how like I ate a salad for breakfast. How I, like – it’s me. Like, this is me,” she said, throwing her hands about and cocking her head from side to side.

She continued, “Like, I breathe. I sneeze. I fart. I poop. I’m a human being. You know, that’s all that I am. And so like, I’m sharing my story.”

I feel like the atmospheric pressure drops whenever Emily Letts walks into a room.

Gheys With Too Much Time on Their Hands

Posted by V the K at 3:19 pm - May 8, 2014.
Filed under: Gay PC Silliness

Maybe there are more important things in life that whether a Japanese video game has same sex marriage in its virtual world. Then again, maybe there aren’t.

Tye Marini, a gay 23-year-old Nintendo fan from Mesa, Arizona, launched the campaign last month, urging Kyoto, Japan-based Nintendo Co. and its subsidiary Nintendo of America Inc. to add same-sex relationship options to English versions of the hand-held Nintendo 3DS game [Tamadochi Life].

The game was originally released in Japan last year and features a cast of Mii characters — Nintendo’s personalized avatars of real players — living on a virtual island. Gamers can do things like shop, visit an amusement park, play games, go on dates and encounter celebrities like Christina Aguilera and Shaquille O’Neal.

“I want to be able to marry my real-life fiancé’s Mii, but I can’t do that,” Marini said in a video posted online that attracted the attention of gaming blogs and online forums this week. “My only options are to marry some female Mii, to change the gender of either my Mii or my fiancé’s Mii or to completely avoid marriage altogether and miss out on the exclusive content that comes with it.”

It doesn’t outrage me that Nintendo might put gay marriage in a simulation game; but I am amused that there are those who Kirking Out because there is no ghey marriage in Tomodachi. Shouldn’t You Have a Real Life Before You Start Whining About a Fake One?

Resistance Is Futile

Posted by V the K at 10:42 am - May 8, 2014.
Filed under: Gay Culture,Gay Politics

Have you ever seen the “Unimatrix Zero” episode of Star Trek Estrogen Voyager in which the Borg Queen goes nanners because some of her drones have developed independent consciousnesses outside the Borg hivemind? The Queen is so desperate to stamp out any independent thought that she starts blowing up her own ships (beginning at about 2:20 in the video) just to destroy the handful of drones who are thinking independently.

Apparently, being a gay dude in New York City who eats at Chik-Fil-A is a lot like that.

Like many people, Josh Hune loves the succulent taste of Chick-fil-A menu item No. 1, the classic chicken sandwich. Like far fewer fans, Hune also happens to be gay.

“[My best friend] told me I was the worst gay in NYC,” says Hune, 23. “But I personally don’t think my money or my going there is me saying I hate gays as well. I don’t think about it like that $7 is going to some foundation to stop gay marriage. For me, it’s just food.”

The worst gay in New York City… for eating a politically incorrect sandwich.

“I have a healthy fear of the gay mafia,” says William, a gay 26-year-old digital strategist living in Hell’s Kitchen who asked that his last name not be used due to anxiety over backlash to his choice. “But the crispy chicken is orgasmic. This sounds terrible because it’s fast food, but it’s the most tender chicken I’ve ever had.”

If he were using “most tender chicken I’ve ever had” to describe an encounter with an underage boy he picked up in a bus station, the Gay Borg would have no problem with that.