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>I Didn’t Say It……..

>Peter Fonda, on how the president is “a fucking traitor” for his handling of the BP oil spill:

“I’m training my grandchildren to use long-range rifles. For what purpose? Well, I’m not going to say the words ‘Barack Obama’, but….it’s more of a thought process than an actuality, but we are heading for a major conflict between the haves and the have nots. I came here many years ago with a biker movie and we stopped a war. Now, it’s about starting the world. I prefer to not to use the words, ‘let’s stop something’. I prefer to say, ‘let’s start something, let’s start the world’.”

Um, yeah, that whole linking of arming grandchildren to shoot and president Obama, sounds a little threatening, dontcha think, Pete?
I agree that the gulf between the rich and everyone else is goring ever wider, but arming anyone is not the solution.
Put the teabags away and take a nap, Pete.

Michelle Obama, slyly, maybe, mentioning to gay families in speech to graduates at West Point:

“I ask you to remember that family has always been a centerpiece of our American story. No matter how you’ve grown up, no matter how you define family, all of you have someone in your life who believed in you and pushed you.”

No matter how you define family.
Two parents, mommie and daddy.
One parent, mommie or daddy.
Two parents, mommie and mom, or daddy and dad.
It shouldn’t make a difference how your family looks, all that matters is that they love you and nurture you and help you through life.
You go, Michelle.

Linda Harvey, of the Southern Poverty Law Center-certified hate group, Mission America, claiming that GLSEN [Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network] advocates for….wait for it….pedophilia:

“GLSEN poses as a ‘gay rights’ and ‘anti-bullying’ group for youth, going to bat for them on issues like discrimination. But GLSEN is actually a threat to children, unless parents don’t care about their kids being drawn into early deviant sexual activity, or learning to approve of sinful, God-defying behaviors without the parents’ knowledge. To put it bluntly, when you think GLSEN, think ‘children and bodily fluids.’ Yes, it’s that bad. Behind GLSEN’s window-dressing rhetoric about safe schools, bigotry, ‘homophobia’, oppression, and concerns about harassment, lies the reality: advocacy of actual homosexual sex, sometimes implicit, sometimes very explicit, even for young kids. And sometimes it’s with adults.”

So this ‘education network’ which seeks to help all kids understand what it means to be gay, and to grow up accepting and tolerant and understanding of people with different orientations and gender identities, is actually a front for pedophiles?
Linda, you need to get a large spoon and dig your head out of your ass.
You cannot advocate sex. Sex is; homosexual or heterosexual. It is. Unless you think that other groups advocate for heterosexual sex?
And GLSEN has nothing to do with pedophilia.
Seriously, get that spoon and start digging.

Charles Barkley, on gay players in the NBA:

“First of all, every player has played with gay guys. It bothers me when I hear these reporters and jocks get on TV and say: ‘Oh, no guy can come out in a team sport. These guys would go crazy.’ First of all, quit telling me what I think. I’d rather have a gay guy who can play than a straight guy who can’t play.”

Nice to hear another POV from a professional athlete.
Nicer than Kobe Bryant and Joakim Noah, with their faggot comments.
It shouldn’t matter anywhere, at work, at play, what your sexual orientation might be. It should only matter that you can do the job, or play the game.

Veteran NYC sports radio announcer Jared Max, coming out on his radio show:

“Are we ready to have our sports information delivered by someone who is gay? We’re going to find out. Because for the last 16 years I’ve been living a free life among all my close friends and family. But I’ve been living behind what is a gargantuan size secret in the sports world. I am gay. Yeah, Jared Max, the sports guy with one of the most familiar voices in New York sports isn’t quite like the majority.”

Welcome out, Jared, welcome out.
And you are simply showing the world, as has Don Lemons and Rick Welts and Will Sheridan and Scott Norton–who’ve all come out in recent weeks–that we are all kinds of people, doing all kinds of jobs, and our sexual orientation should make no difference at all.
Naturally, you’ll be receiving the complimentary toaster oven and copy of the Gay Agenda.

Director Lars von Trier, who has been banned by Cannes, for his Hitler remarks:

“I really wanted to be a Jew and then I found out that I was really a Nazi because my family was German….Which also gave me some pleasure…What can I say? I understand Hitler…I think I understand the man, he’s not what you would call a good guy. But I understand much about him. And I sympathize with him a little bit. I’m not for the Second World War. I’m not against Jews. I’m very much for Jews. No not too much, because the Israelis, a pain in the ass…Okay, I’m a Nazi.”

This is a prime example of someone who doesn’t think before he speaks.
I got nothin’ else on this one.
It’s too disturbing……
Naturally, shortly after this vomitous statement, Von Trier apologized: “If I have hurt someone this morning by the words I said at the press conference, I sincerely apologize. I am not antisemitic or racially prejudiced in any way, nor am I a nazi.”

Maggie Gallagher, on The Gay Agenda:

“Surrendering on the legal definition of ‘civil marriage’ is not a prelude to winning any of those other deeper battles. It is a prelude to an ever deeper surrender to the main idea now being propagated: if you believe in the message of Genesis, as repeated by Jesus—that marriage from the beginning has been the union of male and female, husbands and wives called to give themselves to each other and to their children—then you are a bad person. You are like a racist. You should be ashamed and shamed in public. You should, ideally, lose your job.”

Here’s another thing, Mags, Jesus is love. I don’t think he’d want you all, standing up and denigrating an entire group of people in his name.
Sure, you can toss around specific Bible passages that you say bolster your claims, but there are just as many passages that don’t.
If you boil it down to it’s purest form, God is love.
And what you’re doing is not.
See, you can dislike me for being gay, and think your Bible damns me to hell for it, but you cannot use your misunderstanding of the word of God to legislate against me. That is no very Christ-like, is it?

Actor Armie Hammer, on the “weird hype” surrounding his man-on-man kiss with Leonardo DiCaprio in Clint Eastwood’s J Edgar Hoover movie:

“It’s the same kind of thing as if you walk onto a set and they hand you a machine gun and [say], ‘Shoot this like you know what you’re doing’ — you can’t grab that thing and go, ‘uh…’ — you kind of have to go, ‘Okay, I know what I’m doing,’ and you’ve just got to go for it. It wasn’t that weird — I have never kissed a guy — it’s not something I’m going to do in my private life, but at the end of it I was, like, man, there is a lot of weird hype.”

It is kind of odd, because when an actor plays a murderer or a rapist or pedophile or adulterer, the press never seems to assume they are like that in real life.
But play gay, and everyone assumes you’re gay.
And kiss a guy on film and there’s this almost juvenile nervous giggle that permeates every interview, like you’re expected to say that the kiss turned you gay. Or loudly profess your heterosexuality.
That said, the idea of seeing Armie Hammer kissin’ a guy has got me a bit riled up, so to speak.


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>The Hot List, Or The Hottie List

>I have discovered, or rediscovered some new, um, for lack of a better word, Husbands in My Head, and thought I might like to share them with y’all.
I’m a giver, you know.

Armie Hammer: watch The Social Network and try to keep your eyes off him.

Charles Mesure: he’s on V…he wears tight shirts….he’s Australian.
‘Nuff said.

Matt Bomer: from White Collar.
Absolutely adorable and ALLEGEDLY a proud gay man.

Morris Chestnut: he’s on V…he wears tight shirts….he’s not Australian.
‘Nuff said.

Timothy Olyphant: he’s on Justified, and he is justifiably hot.

Who are some of your Husbands In Your Head?


Filed under Armie Hammer, Bob, Hot Men, Matt Bomer, Morris Chestnut, Timothy Olyphant

>I Didn’t Say It…..

>Champion cyclist Graeme Obree, on growing up gay, and now coming out:

“I was brought up thinking you’d be better dead than gay. I must have known I was gay and it was so unacceptable. I was brought up by a war generation – they grew up when gay people were put in jail. Being homosexual was so unthinkable that you just wouldn’t be gay. I’d no inkling about anything, I just closed down…People say, ‘How can you be gay and be married and have kids and not know it?’ But when I went to my psychologist she reckoned I had the emotional age of about 13 because I’d just closed down.”

Shining example of what society does to people by making them feel different, and less than.
Closed down.
No one should ever live that way because they’ve grown up believing they’re somehow wrong in being themselves.

Maryland’s Lieutenant Governor Anthony Brown, on his hope that lawmakers will approve a marriage equality bill pending in the legislature:

“I have always believed that all Marylanders should have an equality of rights and responsibilities and that includes marriage equality. So regardless of gender, we should be able to choose who it is that we are going to marry and hopefully spend the rest of our lives with. And so I’m supportive of that.”

Um, I guess he’s read the Constitution and the Bill of Rights where it talks about equality for all Americans, not just the straight ones.
It makes me feel so good to see more and more of these politicians–most of them Democrats–stepping up for equality.

Newt Gingrich, on why he is against marriage equality:

“Look, I’m quite happy to say I come out of a tradition, which is several thousand years old, that says marriage is between a man and a woman. And I’m prepared to defend that tradition. And I happen to believe it. And I think I have as much right to my belief as you have to yours.”

Oh, Newt, you complete dick.
No one is saying that you don’t have a right to your opinions, we’re just asking that you don’t use your religious hypocrisy–I mean, seriously, Newt, you cheated on all your wives….yes, one man, and, is it four women?–but do not use your religious hypocrisy to enforce some archaic sense of justice.
If marriage was truly one man and one women, you’d still be married to the FIRST Missus Gingrich, god help her.

Howard Stern, on why he doesn’t like the use of the word ‘fag’:

“I have a tremendous compassion for people who are homosexuals. I feel that they are bullied and abused in our society. And I’ve put a lot of thought into this – and they take such shit just because they like to be with the same sex. It seems so absurd to me. And there so many people out there who just knock their brains out – the gay people. They just treat them so poorly. It must be a terrible thing to be exposed to that kind of hatred and be hated just because of your sexuality…”

Wow, wise words from Stern, with no punchline.
Nice of him to step up, and denounce the use of the other f-word.

Ricky Martin, on being a gay activist:

“There’s no pressure from anybody. It’s something I feel really good about doing. I have been an activist for human rights for many years. Today, I’m in touch with who I am and I have the opportunity to be in front of a camera and talk to millions of people. After I wrote the book and went on Oprah Winfrey, so many people have come to me, telling me, ‘Ricky, thank you because I understand what acceptance is today.’ ‘Ricky, thank you. I feel better about myself because you have a very beautiful family and the words ‘dysfunctional family’ don’t exist in your life.’…”

Ricky has long been a humanitarian, but it’s nice to see him come out, in more ways than one, to help the LGBT community.
We aren’t all so very different with our stories.

Armie Hammer, on playing  J. Edgar Hoover’s secret lover in an upcoming movie opposite Leonardo DiCaprio:

“It’s not a kissing scene—it’s a ton of kissing scenes…I’m so excited to work with Clint [Eastwood], and from what I hear, he’s not the type of director who has a ton of rehearsals and takes. I think we’re just sort of thrown in there and have to make it happen….I actually just met [Leo] for the first time Saturday at the DGA Awards. Sure, we talked business…He’s a talented actor. I’m not nervous or afraid of it being awkward. The script is great. The scenes are in there for a reason. I’m really excited….Yeah, you hear that, Leo? Pucker up!”

Armie Hammer.
My new man-crush.
He’s looking forward to some man kissing?
Heaven…..I’m in Heaven…..

Ted Haggard, disgraced pastor, meth head and man-on-man massage enthusiast, on gay marriage:

“The word marriage is a big deal to people of faith. We’ve made it sacred. That’s why I believe that churches, synagogues, mosques, and temples should have total freedom to have whatever types of unions they believe as godly. But I think that we as a democratic society, as a constitutional republic — if we don’t respect individual civil liberties, then we’re making a horrific mistake. The church is in the early stages of another ‘the earth is flat’ crisis. I say to all religious people that we should be quick to listen, slow to speak, and slow to become angry on the subject. Or we’re going to be embarrassed in another 10 or 20 years.”

Is it me, or is this Ted’s way of sticking yet another foot out of the closet?
i mean, when he was first nailed–pun intended–as a meth-using man-whore, he said he was a confused heterosexual, and this year he began calling himself bisexual, though he prefers women.
Next year, he’ll be drag queen Pastor Ized, on RuPaul’s Drag Race.

Jason Sudeikis, on some of his, ahem, gayer moments on SNL, like sucking Zac Efron’s toes, and kissing Jon Hamm:

“Truth be told, I hadn’t done that in any of the rehearsals. I just did it on the air to screw with him. The scene is basically about an older brother teaching his younger brother how to get girls. Zac’s a nice guy, we got along really well, and he really enjoyed that scene. There was so much good energy by the time we did it for the show, I thought, I’m just going to try it and make him fight me, but I was able to overpower him and stick half his foot in my mouth. I figured if anyone in the world has a clean foot, it’s got to be Zac Efron. [It tasted like] Just any old foot. That’s one of the nice things about life: It doesn’t matter how good-looking you are or how well your career’s going, all our feet taste the same…..SNL already has those “Kissing Family” sketches, where the joke is that the family is way too into each other, so Jon and I agreed in rehearsal, “Let’s not play this for laughs with slapping tongues. Let’s kiss for real. We’ll bump mustaches and kiss like we mean it.” So that’s what we did…I’ve kissed a handful of fellas in various improv shows and stuff, but I’d never done it with a mustache or kissed someone else with a mustache, so that was interesting. It’s off the bucket list!”

Kissing Jon Hamm.
Some guys have all the luck.
Meryl Streep, on playing former British PM Margaret Thatcher in the film The Iron Lady:

“The prospect of exploring the swathe cut through history by this remarkable woman is a daunting and exciting challenge. I am trying to approach the role with as much zeal, fervour and attention to detail as the real Lady Thatcher possesses – I can only hope my stamina will begin to approach her own!”

Meryl can play anything, and anyone.
And I’d pay to see it.


Filed under Anthony Brown, Armie Hammer, Graeme Obree, Howard Stern, Jason Sudeikis, Meryl Streep, Newt Gingrich, Ricky Martin, Ted Haggard