Monday, December 19, 2016

Zsa Zsa Gabor Timeless Quotes; Straight Guys and Dude Sex; The Gay Christmas Ornament Freaking People Out

Zsa Zsa Gabor Timeless Quotes

When I think of Zsa Zsa Gabor I always think of earlier days in Hollywood where things were more glamorous. Of course it was all an illusion, but it was an illusion that entertained people.

This piece to which I'm linking has ten famous quotes from Gabor:

“I believe that in life you should always take the serious things lightly and the light things seriously. This attitude of mine gets me into a lot of trouble.”

You can read the rest here.

RIP, Zsa Zsa

Straight Guys and Dude Sex

Evidently, there's a difference between gay sex and "dude sex." Don't laugh too hard when you read this.

Tony Silva is a researcher at University of Oregon who recently did a study on the growing phenomenon and just published a paper called Bud-Sex: Constructing Normative Masculinity among Rural Straight Men That Have Sex With Men about it.

According to Silva, dude sex (or “bud-sex”) is when two guys, usually from a rural area and who identify as straight, hook up together in a discreet, NSA sort of way. They have wives. They have kids. They consider themselves to be heterosexual.

You can read more about this here. 

I've been reading these things all my life, and hearing them, too. And even though it sounds good, I can't help but wonder if these guys are closeted bisexuals, or closeted gays, pretending to be something they aren't.

If you check out comments, you'll see that most people tend to agree with me. One guy even said, "Stop normalizing the closet."

Amen.

The Gay Christmas Ornament Freaking People Out

If you don't have a sense of humor, or you're too religious, you might want to pass on this one.

There are, in fact, two Christmas ornaments raising their ire — one featuring two Virgin Marys chillaxing in a manger with little baby Jesus, and another featuring the aforementioned pair of freewheeling Josephs.

There's more here. There are photos of the gay ornaments. Check out the comments with this one, too.



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