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Two Dead Pompeiians Were Male; Ipso Facto “Gay” According to “Science”

Posted by V the K at 12:01 pm - April 9, 2017.
Filed under: Gay Culture

Vesuvius erupts; women, minorities and supposed gays hardest hit.

Two bodies found wrapped in a poignant embrace in their final moments as they were covered beneath molten rock and layers of ash in the ancient city of Pompeii when Mount Vesuvius violently erupted in 79 A.D.

The bodies were dubbed “The Two Maidens” when they were first discovered but in a startling discovery this week scientists found the two bodies were actually male – raising speculation that they may have been gay lovers.

Or close friends. Or co-workers. Or two soldiers. Or just two random people who happened to fall dead on each other in what, to me, does not really look like a tender embrace.

But, yeah, let’s hype Teh Ghey.

Because all things must serve The Narrative.

BTW:  Speaking of gay gossip… (some light fluffy fluff, in case the war/deep state stuff is too demoralizing.)

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10 Comments

  1. Oh Jeez Louise, identity politics in geological disaster.

    They could have been lovers, or not, or family, or just friends…does it really matter? A pyroclastic cloud of death tends to ruin everyone’s day it comes in contact with.

    I identify with all the victims.

    Comment by Evi L. Bloggerlady — April 9, 2017 @ 12:47 pm - April 9, 2017

  2. Now, think about this:

    They were first called “The two maidens”, but once it was determined both were male, suddenly they were gay?

    So, how come they weren’t obviously lesbians before?

    Comment by Craig Smith — April 9, 2017 @ 1:04 pm - April 9, 2017

  3. @ Craig Smith: If I was more of a troll, I might try to masquerade as a SJW on some site and start screaming that the fact that everybody is assuming that they are lovers because they were both men is the patriarchy assuming that female sexuality is non-existent. 😉

    Comment by Sean L — April 9, 2017 @ 6:06 pm - April 9, 2017

  4. They were first called “The two maidens”, but once it was determined both were male, suddenly they were gay?

    So, how come they weren’t obviously lesbians before?

    Serious answer, Craig: The “two maidens” designation was only a popular assumption, presumably based on tallness and/or the shoulder-to-hip ratio. In other words, “two maidens” may have been a nickname given by tour guides, and was not based on an (incorrect) scientific guess that they were both female.

    Comment by Throbert McGee — April 9, 2017 @ 8:26 pm - April 9, 2017

  5. Sheesh, it’s been awhile since I posted here…

    I saw this article yesterday and it ticked me off. Forget any possible identity politics. I find this to be very insulting to straight men and a backhanded one to gay men as well. What, gay men can’t comfort each other during such a terrifying moment of facing death without them being lovers?!? Are we not human beings like everyone else? Apparently so according to this article because right away they jump to the conclusion they were lovers without any real evidence to support it (NTTAWWT). For what it’s worth, here’s what I posted on FB:

    “I really despise this kind of sensationalism. If these two were gay and also lovers, I obviously wouldn’t mind, yet there is absolutely no way to know. Perhaps they were brothers. Maybe they were both just good friends that cared for each other, without any eros being involved. Why is it that when it was thought these two were women that nobody tried to claim they might have been lesbians? Could it be that we still have this asinine view that straight men shouldn’t have emotions, shouldn’t show any kind of affection towards each other, etc., without them being gay? While it is possible that these two were gay, it is far more likely (statistically speaking) that they weren’t. They were faced with the knowledge that they were going to die and clung to each other in a very human need that shouldn’t evoke any of this nonsense about whether they had the hots for each other or not. Heck, they might not even have been close friends (or lovers) but simply knew each other and sought some measure of comfort during their final moments of life. Anything beyond this is simply uncalled for – especially in such splashy headlines.”

    Comment by JohnAGJ — April 9, 2017 @ 11:16 pm - April 9, 2017

  6. Throbert: Except, I don’t recall any news articles speculating that these two were lesbians when they had the nickname of two maidens…

    Comment by JohnAGJ — April 9, 2017 @ 11:17 pm - April 9, 2017

  7. @ #5: JohnAGJ, your response is perfect. How might I find you on Facebook?

    Comment by TAD — April 10, 2017 @ 2:55 am - April 10, 2017

  8. Two human beings died in a state of terror from the gases and ooze emanating from a volcano. What their sexual relationship may have been begs this question:

    “What difference, at this point in time, does it make?”

    Comment by Heliotrope — April 10, 2017 @ 9:19 am - April 10, 2017

  9. Looks to me like they were wrestling, which, according to SOUTH PARK, is gay.

    Ergo, they’re gay.

    Comment by Julie the Jarhead — April 10, 2017 @ 12:45 pm - April 10, 2017

  10. https://youtu.be/lpSQlP38jhY

    Comment by Julie the Jarhead — April 10, 2017 @ 12:50 pm - April 10, 2017

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