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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Timmy59, Dec 28, 2018.
So you're saying you've never seen a straight couple kissing on TV LOL?
I actually do avoid watching national news. I can't stand them. On top of their political proselytizing, the male anchors always scowl and talk in their overly dramatic voices.
Why would people be upset about that? There were a lot of reasons the original photo was iconic, but the fact that it was a straight couple did not play a role. The fact that this later version made news was solely because it was a pair of gay men. As I said, if this was a man and woman recreating the original picture, it wouldn't have made news.
Yes I have. What's your point? Rarely are stories where a man is kissing a woman ABOUT the man kissing the woman. This story was a story because it was two men. It had nothing to do with the "recreation" of the original event.
Homosexuality is not normal, regardless of how often the mainstream media may try to tell us it is.
It's neither normal or abnormal.
Edit: Full disclaimer, the link is hilarious and probably offensive.
I just wanna thank you for this..... and my friends will hate you for it.
It's my favorite to send people lmao
HA! That's hilarious, thanks for the laugh.
I can't even see it because you have to login or something.
No matter, I've long thought the cave men exhausted all the human ideas.
meh i think it's nasty and they shouldn't be doing publicity stunts in uniform like that but who gives a f*** i got a life to deal with i don't have time to care about what two queers are doing
Two queers don't bother me. It's all the queers as an aggregate. All the queers out there queering-off in a queer world.
And as I said, it’s ‘newsworthy’ because it was taboo so recently. If it hadn’t been made an issue by its prohibition, it wouldn’t be an issue now.
Too bad the people who don’t like it didn’t speak up sooner about the government limiting other people’s rights.