Sunday, August 29, 2010

Seeing this kinda stuff makes me wish I lived in Europe


Just that fact that a room full of people of totally mixed sexual identity could get into a the full blown faggotry of a homely dude in heels and back him up and enjoy it makes me so happy... Ugh!!?! This could NEVER happen in the US because every straight guy who masculinity is held on by a THREAD wouldnt have the balls to enjoy it... Im in a "I hate being here" mood right now if you havent noticed... I miss Spain :( Seeing this actually makes me wanna take singing lessons from the guy who lives below me just because this looks FUN and if he can do it why cant I?... but its exactly that thought as to why we all know a crazy person who wants to be a pop star and they suck and were too scared / nice to tell them.

6 comments:

Sue said...

Yeah, we felt this way too when we got back from there. Unfortunately it might wear off (it kind of did for us, as we realized we couldn't do it). Do decide if you are really gonna go or not before it does.

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iain said...

Erasure are British. So am I. We are, generally speaking, not gender-identity-schizophrenics, like the majority of American 'males' (and I speak as a man who has lived in the US for 22 years). Do return to Spain, one of the Catholic countries that has gone fuck you to the Vatican and approved gay marriage. Europe is, all round, a smarter, more relaxed place. But Andy Bell isn't 'homely'

gavin said...

An oldie, but a goodie!

David Mason said...

I'll agree with you but gurrll... the dude is homely. Like not ugly, but homely. Somewhere between sickly and pastey.

youreviltwin said...

andy bell isn't a model or anything, but he's not homely... even if he were super good looking, straight guys in the US wouldn't be dancing around and clapping for a dude wearing a corset and heels anyway so i don't even get why you'd throw that in.

Sexy said...

On an unrelated matter, did you see Andy Bell sing at the IML contest 2.5 years ago?

After the show, he happened to be at the back of the same Hyatt elevator as me and a bunch of the other leather/fetish gays.

I complimented him on his performance from the other side of the elevator. The others just left their backs to him. Awkward.