Jacob Woods

Jacob Woods
Jacob is gay. He eats, breathes, and sleeps lgbtqia issues. He is a sociology major currrently working to educate the simpletons. He attends college in the Twin Cities.

Sunday, November 27

Happy Women, Attractive Men

I often watch women run into the arms of random men. And often times, these individuals aren't dating. And I think, gosh, what if I just randomly ran into the arms of all the attractive men who are my friends? What would people think of me. We have, as a rape culture, where no personal space exists, allowed heterosexual women to jump into the arms of attractive male friends. What if we lived in a world where, gay men, could in fact, run and jump into the arms of their attractive male friends?

I don't think we can get there today. But maybe soon. There is already a ton of information that suggests that gay men are already like heterosexual women. But of course, if gay men got really excited and jumped into the laps of all their straight male friends, people would get "creeped" out. In even worse scenarios, things could get violent and end tragically. I mean, go figure, a middle school boy gives a valentines card to his male crush and he gets murdered. (Ellen discusses murder of Lawrence Fobes King)

And apparently, Lawrence isn't the victim, of course not. Bryan Fischer is the victim here. Because, people need to suppress their homosexual behavior. Cover it up or be killed.  (Bryan Fischer Blames Lawrence King for his own Murder.)

But, what Bryan Fischer will never understand is love. Because there are individuals, like my straight crush, who realize that people like myself, are affectionate, loving, caring, individuals, who want to do nothing more than give lots of hugs and have cute little valentines/holiday cards to give out to all of our crushes. And really, what's the harm in that?



Some Teacher said...

"There is already a ton of information that suggests that gay men are already like heterosexual women."

I'm not sure that this is true. My experience is that there is a huge range for how homosexual men express their emotions (or don't). While many have an effeminate affectation, perhaps in response to stereotypical expectations, there are more who do not. I am from a family of huggers (gay or straight), but am close friends with others who prefer to not touch those with whom they are not intimate.

Part of Mr. Fischer's problem (aside from only partially understanding his bible and greed) is stereotyping of gays. That he is almost always wrong might give a hint.


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