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Sunday, June 26th, 2005
2:02 am

Gay men are ridiculous.

They scream if you even MENTION a vagina, which only leads me to say, "The lady doth protest too much entirely."

That being said, gay men are just losers who can't get girlfriends.

To punish them for avoiding women, God created the lovely thing we all know as AIDS. God created woman for man and when homosexuality started up, he got pissed because people found a loophole.

I have converted every single gay male I have ever met. I fucked them raw, long, and hard, and in the end (no pun intended), they decided they wanted more of me.

But too bad, because I'm a one-time fuck.

Unless you're good.
Friday, June 24th, 2005
10:32 pm
Hello all, I just found this community; I'm the editor of a new pro-feminist journal, Adonis Mirror, and if you'll excuse some shameless promotion for one moment, we have an article that might interest you called "The Weapon of Choice."


The article takes an Art Historical approach to critiquing pornography and tackles such examples as men's enduring fascination with "shock" websites such goatse.cx and allegedly anti-war "war porn," from how liberal men gleefully passed about pictures of Abu Ghraib to the stunts they pulled during those few months before the election when they thought the sexism and homophobia of Eminem was the perfect ticket that would save us from another four years of Bush.

It was first published by Clamor Magazine online, although that's neither bragging nor a recommendation for where anyone should shop their own articles around to, unfortunately (They certainly bought the Eminem platform).

10:01 pm
Thank god for this community. I am sick of the most disgusting, perverted people taking my party and using it for their own freaky desires. (Drug users, Feminists, Rappers, etc)

We need an icon for this community. Maybe a leader like Sen. Lieberman?
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