Who’s Gay? Here Are Five Ways You Set Off Someone’s Gaydar:
Homophobic Stereotypes Still Abound!
It’s Unbelievable At the End Of 2018 That A Journal Or Magazine Would Engage In Such Stereotyping As This Article Does.
1. “Your Music”: Uh? I Am Not A Fan Of Britney Spears, Madonna, Tina (Who’s She?). Nor Do I Go Gaga Over Barbra Streisand Or Cher. While I Enjoy Broadway Shows, I Do Not Belt Out Show Tunes. My Musical Tastes Run More Toward Country/Western, Classic Rock, And Frank Sinatra.
2. “Gurl, Those Clothes”: First, I Find Epithets Such As “Gurl,” “Boi,” And “Miss Thang” So Unoriginal And Juvenile. As For My Clothes, While I Take Pride In My Appearance, Am Well-Groomed, And Neat, I’d Hardly Describe My Wardrobe As Containing “Enough Leather And Chain Wear To Remake Gladiator.”
3. “Your (Non-Existent) Relationship With Sports”: I Love Sports…Participating In And Watching A Wide Range Of Sports. As I Type This I Look Forward To Watching The Harlequins Play the Wasps Soon. I’m Gutted About The Giants And Cowboys This Season, But I Am Excited About The Chiefs. Really???
4. “Kween, Your Voice”: I Do Not Have A Singing Voice, But Do You Really Want To Identify Gay Men By Their Voices? Can You Identify People Of Color Or White People By Their Voices? Unbelievable!
5. And Yet, I May Not Fit The Mold This So-Called Guide To Gaydar Sets Forth, I Have Sex With Other Men, And, Yes, I Am Gay.
What A Stupid Arse, Homophobic Piece!
Shame On Metrosource For Printing It!