Coming Out Of The Closet For Trump


From “Anonymous” at PJ Media:

I’m a Gay Activist, and After Orlando, I Have Switched My Vote to Trump

This is the saddest day of my life. I can’t even wrap my mind around the horror of what happened last night in Orlando, where 50 joyful dancing queers were murdered by a religious extremist. I’m sad — devastated, in my soul — about that; but I’m also sad that the events of Orlando have shattered my political beliefs, as I can no longer swear allegiance to a peace-love-and-unicorns progressive philosophy that only helps to get my fellow queers killed.

Yes, there is a war between religious fundamentalism and the spirit of love and tolerance. But we progressives here in America still labor under the delusion that the religion we need to combat is Christianity. But that’s a strawman opponent, and has been so for decades. Since the 1990s, Christian extremists have essentially lost all their power, and are now toothless nonplayers in the “culture wars.” Meanwhile, Muslim extremists, with guns, murder us, and on the left our only response is to bleat about “Islamophobia” and jump through hoops trying to explain away the self-evident religious motivation for the killings.

Oh sure, all year I’ve been playing the “Bernie or Hillary?” game with all the other default-Democrats in my social and professional circles. But this is no longer some kind of game. Our lives are on the line. Although I voted for Hillary in the primary, I now cringe inwardly with shame and embarrassment at having done so, and in November I will vote for Trump.

Why? Yes, I know that Trump is an a**hole, Trump is a clown, Trump is a motormouth buffoon. You don’t have to convince me of that. But he’s also the only person saying anything about putting the brakes on Islamic extremism, and in light of what happened last night in Orlando, suddenly that is the only issue that really matters when it comes to the health, well-being and safety of the queer community.

As an aside, Trump has never said anything homophobic, and has always gotten along well with the gay community in New York, so there’s that in his favor as well.

I also now realize, with brutal clarity, that in the progressive hierarchy of identity groups, Muslims are above gays. Every pundit and politician — and that includes President Obama and Hillary Clinton and half the talking heads on TV — who today have said “We don’t know what the shooter’s motivation could possibly be!” have revealed to me their true priorities: appeasing Muslims is more important than defending the lives of gay people. Every progressive who runs interference for Islamic murderers is complicit in those murders, and I can no longer be a part of that team.

I’m just sick of it. Sick of the hypocrisy. Sick of the pandering. Sick of the deception.

And you know what makes me angrier still? The fact that I have to hide my identity and remain anonymous in writing this essay. If I outed myself as a Trump supporter, I would be harassed and doxxed and shunned by everyone I know and by the Twitter lynch mobs which up until yesterday I myself led.

I am ashamed. I am angry. And I am sad. I don’t want to vote for Trump, but I must. And if you care about the safety of the gay community in America, so must you.

It’s a stark choice. Who would you rather trust in the battle against Islamic terrorism, Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump?

Will we be safer with Hillary or Donald in the Oval Office?

It’s time to choose.


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152 Responses to Coming Out Of The Closet For Trump

  1. Myiq2xu™ says:

    The Globalists keep insisting that Islam is not the problem.

    • Lulu says:

      Where? I want an example. Where are they peaceful and tolerant? Somewhere they are a tiny minority where they will have their heads beat in if they act up? That doesn’t count. The ones who give you money Hill? That doesn’t count either. Where are they tolerant? And where do they not terrorize the shit out the people around them?

    • cynic says:

      TOLERANT? TOLERANT? Hillary didn’t you blame a video on the Benghazi attack and the deaths of four men? That’s tolerance? I’ll crawl over glass to vote, and to make sure that you never lead this country.

  2. votermom says:

    It’s about effing time.

  3. Myiq2xu™ says:

  4. votermom says:

    The Last Ship postponed its season premiere tonight because there was a nightclub shooting in it.

  5. Myiq2xu™ says:

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    Profiles In Courage:

  7. Venus says:

    Let the conspiracy theories begin (I do not vouch for this post — but 50 dead, 53 injured is a lot for 1 guy to do and it would be *wrong* not to speculate):

    • SHV says:

      Something smells with one person with semi-auto rifle and some resistance from the off duty policeman, inflicting that many casualties. The Paris night club involved multiple shooters with, IIRC, real full auto AKs, and inflicting more but not a lot more victims. IMO, the Lynch DOJ will try to keep the meme, one crazy domestic shooter. NRA is responsible for crazy persons behavior.

    • taw46 says:

      When I first read about it this morning (6:00 am EST), they were talking about 2 shooters. For awhile, then it went to one. Same as San Bernadino, they first talked about 3 shooters, then 2. I don’t know if it is the confusion of the moment, or something else.

      • Jadzia says:

        Eyewitness accounts of this kind of thing are really tricky. These people were terrified and traumatized and that can fuck with your memory. And that’s not even getting into the fact that this happened around last call, so many of the people at the nightclub were probably at least somewhat impaired. That said, this seems like an awful lot of damage for 1 guy to do even in light of the fact that in a chaotic environment like a nightclub, it would take longer than usual for people to realize what was happening.

        • Lulu says:

          I purposely didn’t listen to the victims because of this very thing. Some sounded hysterical (who wouldn’t be?) or like zombies. Some were even showing early signs of survival guilt. Too soon, too vulnerable, too addled. So sad for them all. Including the cops who had to go in there and family members trying to deal.

          • taw46 says:

            I listened to some of them last night, but no one mentioned a second shooter. But many of them never looked, they said they ran when they heard the shots.

          • Jadzia says:

            I saw part of one interview (with a family member) before I realized that I wanted to smack every reporter who was shoving a microphone in the guy’s face. (He didn’t look too happy to be in front of the cameras, although he was being polite; it kind of looked like he had been on his way somewhere and got waylaid.)

  8. mothy67 says:

    Friends telling me “i” have hate in my heart. WTF. I have no words.

  9. mothy67 says:

    Prog friend wants to understand how bad white man did this she said “it’s the fucking worst. The hatred. How sad to live with that in your heart.” I fucking hate Hillary.

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  14. Lulu says:

    I find that the shooting up of a gay nightclub which was targeted almost incidental. Gays are just one of the groups targeted by Muslims. Really anyone who doesn’t dance to their tune is a target of their venom. Cartoonists, right leaning writers, wrong clothing, wrong sex, wrong color, wrong side of the street while walking, anyone, everyone. Let’s call it what it is. Infidels. They don’t have a problem with the child fuckers in Afghanistan. So it is really about infidels.

    The major newspapers assiduously withheld the information that nutter hate-ball loser guy was spewing his 7th century backwardness on the phone to 911, laughing while murdering people, and picked a gun free zone. This morning they include a few of the “clues” but leave out that he has been hanging out with a hate preacher sprung from jail early by Obama’s DOJ, and that same DOJ makes the FBI closeout terror investigations tout suite if they only threaten to murder people and hang with Obama’s preferred radical buds.Monitoring them on a continuing basis is a violation of the nutter hate-ball’s civil rights. The people they threaten and go on to murder have no civil rights. Obama’s DOJ has determined none of us have a civil right of freedom from terror. This White House LIKES these people and lets them get away with everything up to and including murder. The major newspapers are still spinning that this came out of left field unknown to anyone when it most certainly did not.

    The usual suspects are still exhibiting what appears to be cognitive dissonance but I think they are PAID as well as socially blackmailed to stay in the open borders, world citizen, globalism club. Over the hill dumb ass actresses, hack pols, scared newspaper journalists, SJW gun grabbers are carefully choosing Muslim murderers over gays. They make stupid empty gestures to cover their evil butts meaning nothing and bleat on. They will choose Muslims over the rest of us too. Not really individual Muslims who they don’t care about but rather Saudi, Iranian, Turkish (and their allies in the US government, UN, EU, banking, etc) money. Cui bono? Big money. Everything and everyone is expendable.

    • DeniseVB says:

      I once asked my husband so what if we give in and all become Islam, throw away the bible and read the Koran? The whole world now worships Allah? He said, we’d be breaking into factions and continue killing each other like they’ve been doing for 2500 years. Made sense to me.

      • taw46 says:

        Yes, there are so many sects that hate and fight each other in the Muslim world. Human nature being what it is, someone always wants the power. And they would always look for new ways to prove you were not a true Muslim, therefore deserving of death.

      • foxyladi14 says:

        Exactly right Denise,

  15. Dora says:

    Trump’s ‘policy speech’ is still on.

    Monday, June 13, 2016, 2:30 PM………STILL SCHEDULED
    Manchester, NH. Saint Anselm College

    Monday, June 13, 2016, 6:00 PM ……CANCELLED
    Portsmouth, NH. Great Bay Community College

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    • Venus says:

      And please note: we — via the GWB and Obama presidencies (which include Hillary as SoS) — imported these mofos into this country by starting useless wars in the Middle East — and now can call these infidels “domestic terrorists.”

      • foxyladi14 says:

        Bush started this by invading

        • Lulu says:

          Evil Orlando murder scum’s POS father immigrated pre-Iraq war. This shit has been going on for a very long time. He came to NYC who love them some exotics and welcome them irregardless of how toxic and awful they are so they can feel superior to them and feel better about themselves. The same in Texas especially from the oil producing areas in the ME. They DO NOT assimilate. I personally think they are too dumb and crazy to assimilate. Some might accidentally but the majority do not. Look at the Tsarnev’s. They turn to psycho-religion AFTER they get here as an excuse for why the do so badly economically, socially, academically, etc and their drug use tops the charts. They are marginal. They can’t cut it. So they turn to excuses and blame others like gays or women or anything. Go home. Be marginal somewhere else. You are going to have a hell of a time competing.

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  19. Jadzia says:

    The one helpful thing I saw on FB today related to what to tell scared kids, because this is all over the news here. Don’t know if it will come up at school for them or not. Mr. Rogers (I know) said to tell your kids when they see something scary on the news, “Look for the people helping. There are always people helping.” I think that is really good advice and I wish I had remembered it during the attacks here. So I thought I’d pass it along for those of you who have kids or grandkids.

    • votermom says:

      What I’ve always told my kids: there are bad people in the world.

      • taw46 says:

        I grew up attending church on a regular basis, most everyone did in the 40’s and 50’s (at least where I lived). We were always taught that there was evil in the world. Now it seems many grow up thinking they can trust everyone, no one is bad.

  20. Venus says:

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      • taw46 says:

        She is so full of it. She mentioned not allowing people on the “no fly list” to have guns. I heard a discussion on FOX about this last night. Innocent people are put on that list without any notification, there is no due process. Many Congressmen are on that list and can’t get their name removed. Just a way to start prohibiting gun ownership. Crooked, lying Hillary. Why oh why did I support her in 2008?

        • Lulu says:

          She is lying. She knows exactly what it is. But she is bought and has to stay bought for now. CGI took all that middle eastern blood money and she can’t back out of her contract now.

      • lyn says:

        Obama and Hillary eventually have to acknowledge their baby named ISIS.

      • taw46 says:

        And she is another one who won’t admit that Muslims want to kill us, they say so every day, but the left doesn’t believe them. And they don’t need guns to do it, they are very creative in the ME. Beheadings, hangings, stoning, burning people alive, drowning people in cages, acid, pushing people off roofs. If they want to kill, they will find a way. If she thinks people can’t be killed in large numbers without guns, she should refresh her memory on Rwanda and machetes. Ought to be easy to remember, her husband was President at the time.

        • Lulu says:

          Rocks and pointy sticks work great. So does starvation. You can kill human beings with almost anything. She doesn’t like guns because they are the great equalizer and she doesn’t like anyone being her equal.

  21. driguana says:

    I really try hard not to get upset about political differences of opinion and to value points of view different than mine as they frequently push me to expand my own way of thinking….
    I’m an early riser and got up yesterday morning at 5:30…made my coffee and turned on my computer to the unfolding horrors that were transpiring…
    As the day progressed, I tried to view as many news sources and intelligent blog sites as I could and to do as much research on questionable issues as I could…at the end of the sad day, I had three take aways:
    George Stephonopous is a complete ass,
    Anderson Cooper is pathetic, and
    MSNBC should be forever banned from being on the public airwaves!
    I am beginning to understand the true roots of hatred in our country.
    Sorry…if those three are your favorites…you may want to question their proclivities…

    • DeniseVB says:

      I can’t watch CNN and MSNBC. Fox Business is the best for news, politics and they understand the economy. Plus Stuart Varney, Charles Payne and Trish Regan like Trump🙂

  22. votermom says:

    • DeniseVB says:

      I honestly think Obama’s DOJ has neutered our FBI, CIA and every other arm of national security into politically correct imbeciles. Starting with investigating Hillary, what a joke. Obama created this America and we don’t feel safe at all.

      • Lulu says:

        I think it can snap back as soon as he is gone. There will have to be a clean out of the freaks but people who may have quit because of the “weirdness” and PC can come back if they want maybe. All of the agencies are going to have to have RIF (reduction in force). We are going to have to have new civil service laws so they can’t hang around forever also.

        • DeniseVB says:

          TSA has been cut back to the bare bones and gets blamed for long lines and security breaches. They can’t bitch and moan when the media calls them inept or you get fired. An honest media would investigate how the TSA fee on your ticket translates to about 6 billion a year…..where is that money going?

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  24. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Drama queen.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Don’t let him debate Milo, he understands😉

      • Lulu says:

        This is extreme cognitive dissonance reaching the point that he cannot physically nor psychologically stand the discomfort. It is a wonder he didn’t start screaming and rolling on the floor. His personality is breaking down. It is kind of funny but I’m mean.

  25. CiscoKid says:

    You may have already heard Trump’s interview on FoxNews.
    Seem fair and balanced.

    • taw46 says:

      Thanks for posting that. This was not the “crazy Trump” the media likes to portray. He made perfect sense, and he is giving a speech today on this same subject. Plus, he had several references to why Obama continues to “favor” Muslims coming in to our country. I hope people will listen to this.

  26. driguana says:

    my rumination for the morning

    we always tend to say
    spiraling downward
    but which way does a spiral actually go
    downward into the depths of the core
    upwards toward the heavens
    sideways over to there
    or inward into the deep realms
    of the soul

    do we really spiral out of control
    or concisely into the trend of inner think

    does a spiral sink into the dark of other worlds
    or float on the reflective pools of clarity

    into what reality or dream
    does your spiral beam?

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  31. DandyTIger says:

    So weird to watch FB prog friends stuck in their narrative. They seem honestly confused as to why anyone is talking about this as terrorism, especially radical islamic terrorism, when to them it’s their narrative of right-wing bigotry and evil guns.

    • Jadzia says:

      My usually most level-headed FB friend (a gay white man, very smart, always the one taking the piss out of his friend’s stupid and incorrect memes) just posted a status update that essentially said (I’m paraphrasing) that it’s wrong to post anything the massacre that was not written by a gay person or a Latino. I just don’t get it, which I suppose makes me part of the problem.

  32. DandyTIger says:

    Abbott and Costello on the Unemployment Rate and Those out of work:
    COSTELLO: I want to talk about the unemployment rate in America.
    ABBOTT: Good Subject. Terrible Times. It’s 5.6%.
    COSTELLO: That many people are out of work?
    ABBOTT: No, that’s 23%.
    COSTELLO: You just said 5.6%.
    ABBOTT: 5.6% Unemployed.
    COSTELLO: Right 5.6% out of work.
    ABBOTT: No, that’s 23%.
    COSTELLO: Okay, so it’s 23% unemployed.
    ABBOTT: No, that’s 5.6%.
    COSTELLO: WAIT A MINUTE. Is it 5.6% or 23%?
    ABBOTT: 5.6% are unemployed. 23% are out of work.
    COSTELLO: If you are out of work you are unemployed.
    ABBOTT: No, Obama said you can’t count the “Out of Work” as the unemployed. You have to look for work to be unemployed.
    ABBOTT: No, you miss his point.
    COSTELLO: What point?
    ABBOTT: Someone who doesn’t look for work can’t be counted with those who look for work. It wouldn’t be fair.
    COSTELLO: To whom?
    ABBOTT: The unemployed.
    COSTELLO: But ALL of them are out of work.
    ABBOTT: No, the unemployed are actively looking for work.
    Those who are out of work gave up looking and if you give up, you are no longer in the ranks of the unemployed.
    COSTELLO: So if you’re off the unemployment roles that would count as less unemployment?
    ABBOTT: Unemployment would go down. Absolutely!
    COSTELLO: The unemployment just goes down because you don’t look for work?
    ABBOTT: Absolutely it goes down. That’s how it gets to 5.6%. Otherwise it would be 23%.
    COSTELLO: Wait, I got a question for you. That means there are two ways to bring down the unemployment number?
    ABBOTT: Two ways is correct.
    COSTELLO: Unemployment can go down if someone gets a job?
    ABBOTT: Correct.
    COSTELLO: And unemployment can also go down if you stop looking for a job?
    ABBOTT: Bingo.
    COSTELLO: So there are two ways to bring unemployment down, and the easier of the two is to have people stop looking for work.
    ABBOTT: Now you’re thinking like a Democrat.
    COSTELLO: I don’t even know what the hell I just said!
    ABBOTT: Now you’re thinking like Hillary.

  33. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Jim Hoft is gay?

    • DeniseVB says:

      I read that on FB and sure seems he just came out to his GP and BB readers, just doesn’t wear it on his sleeve. Nice surprise!

    • Jadzia says:

      I am actually interested to hear reactions from the Latino community. The surnames of the victim lists that I’ve seen are almost entirely Spanish in origin.

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    Agency, DHS had ‘concerns’ about targeting Muslims

    “When Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik massacred 14 people in San Bernardino, California, last December, newly retired Department of Homeland Security agent Philip Haney discovered that a case he developed might have prevented the attack if it had not been shut down by his agency and Hillary Clinton’s State Department.

    Now, Haney tells WND that the mosque where Orlando killer Omar Mir Siddique Mateen worshiped several times a week also has a tie to that case.”

    Read more at:

  36. Dora says:

    WND won’t post here, so if you want to read the rest of this story, you’ll have to get on their website.




    Agency, DHS had ‘concerns’ about targeting Muslims

    “When Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik massacred 14 people in San Bernardino, California, last December, newly retired Department of Homeland Security agent Philip Haney discovered that a case he developed might have prevented the attack if it had not been shut down by his agency and Hillary Clinton’s State Department.

    Now, Haney tells WND that the mosque where Orlando killer Omar Mir Siddique Mateen worshiped several times a week also has a tie to that case.”

  37. foxyladi14 says:

    I agree with this comment
    Stating that this is the largest mass shooting in U.S. history is like saying the 9/11 attacks were the worst plane crashes in U.S. history. Hey MSM, it’s not the guns, planes, bombs or box cutters, it’s Islamist terrorists, you f**king idiots!

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  40. DeniseVB says:

    True story….

  41. leslie says:

    I still don’t have sufficient energy to be very active – especially since I’m using my iPad. Plus, the pain meds I’m taking interfere with focus, thought, logic, etc. and I will just embarrass myself (not that it doesn’t happen with regularity without drugs 😉 ). But I have to say that I watched the Tony awards last night and couldn’t help but think that while those actors were falling all over themselves and one another condemning the shootings, they were also showing their contempt for Trump, and by extension his supporters, by the rude, disparaging, and hateful things they said. It is as if they don’t see the connection between the tenets of Islam and the actions of the fanatical believers of Islam. And honestly, I don’t know how they can miss it. But their ignorance was blatantly on display last night. And it was disgusting.
    I started this comment a cpl hours ago before my occupational therapy and physical therapies this morning. So it may seem way off track now.

    • votermom says:

      Hi Leslie!
      I’m glad I missed the Tony’s – I think my BP would just shoot through the roof.

    • taw46 says:

      That is why I don’t watch their award shows anymore. First of all, I don’t like politics mixed with entertainment. Second, will never understand why they willingly alienate a large part of their audience (or potential audience).

      On a personal note, love to see you here and can’t wait until you return on a regular basis. Do everything they say and hurry home! Miss you!

    • Lulu says:

      Get better soon. This is an excellent first effort and you are doing better than you think!
      My friends who are in the arts are not known for their world knowledge, common sense, nor I am afraid to say higher intelligence. The political opinion of a tap dancer is not something I listen to for more than 1 second.

      • leslie says:

        I know what you mean…. The only people I know in theater are quite opinionated about theater. Their thoughts about politics is probably based on the funding that the democrats direct toward the arts. And they don’t want to lose that….
        Can you believe being grateful to be allowed to take a shower? That was me this morning! The room the shower was in was called the “spa” and it had classical music playing on a stereo system. I swear I felt like Helen Mirren as the Queen. Except I had an audience (the OT) and she is gorgeous and fit and everything else.
        Oh well whatever it takes…. 😘💕

    • foxyladi14 says:

      (((Lesli))) ❤

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    • mothy67 says:

      I am gay and at least 10% of my truck stop glory hole lovers are gender fluid.
      Kidding. Gay police do not speak for me or any of the people I know.
      I mentioned this before, 2008 I was working for Shit(Hillary) I was marginally connected to high end gay politics none of the bars would allow HRC signs and claimed they were not political. Months later Zits(obama gender neutral) pics were everywhere. I was on the Palin train at that point. I was forbidden to appreciate that “cunt”. The major gay players in Pittsburgh are very small in number, but they control all public relations. They speak for no one. Every gay person I know voted for Trump lesbians as well. Being gay and hearing these f a g g ot writers is like you hearing Naomi Wolf telling you what it is to be a women.

      • WMCB says:

        LOL! I know enough normal, sane gay people to know that what you say is true. The “activists” don’t speak for all that many.

        • mothy67 says:

          They speak for almost noone but their clique. It’s over they rode a gravy train for decades. Gay marriage is here. Like abortion its done. Well were all paid 100,000 a year to agitate no mas we need the money coming in lets switch to trans rights. I’d love to see reform on sex offender regestry. I was in the grocery store this very good looking arab boy hit on me. I almost, he told me his parents were okay with him being gay and they preferred he have sex at home. I thought he was 21. No 15. I did not thank god. I could have and been put on a registry for the rest of my life. I think they are running a scam. I am old but not ugly and I don’t cruise kids. Not my thing. I said no thanks. I still thought he was at least 21. I asked him how often he did this. He said sometimes three times a day. Picks up a guy that looks rich allows them to fuck him and then bribe the offenders with statutory rape. I asked why he didn’t quit. He said he was 8 when it started then it was just his dads friends and a few hotel romps. He got older and was able to play a new game. He looks 21 and is model good looking. He picks up guys waits til penetration and people come in and say you fucked a minor. I watch SVU never heard of anything so extreme. I offered to help. He declined and asked me not to call police. I said the second you get up I am calling 911. He was 15 and said I know. I called went to offices nothing can be done. I put it out there in gay world.

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  45. taw46 says:

    Clinton: if you are too dangerous to get on a plane, you are too dangerous to own a gun.

    There she is again, lying about the “no fly list”. Tell that to the innocent people (including Congressmen) whose name is on that list.

    Clinton: Vast majority of Muslims love freedom and hate terror.

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  48. leslie says:

    FYI: this weekend in Chicago there were 40 people shot – including a 5y/o girl. 7 people died. I wonder why bronco didn’t try to include this stat with the Pulse shootings. Maybe because Pulse had nothing to do with gun control?

  49. mothy67 says:

    I binged The Fosters on Netflix.
    I was against it going in, but I don’t think it is a bad show. Women in my family get periods around 9/10. I am so terrified of her growing up. I have to be open . I think the show goes a tad bit to far, but it centers on the parental decisions. Its very positive. I would say 16 is age appropriate.
    Interesting the producer and writer is Emmett from Queer as Folk. I expected the show to be super pro gay. Its not. I even found Rosie palatable.

    • votermom says:

      Pro-tip: do not take parenting lessons from tv shows😉

    • elliesmom says:

      I don’t think it’s a bad show, either, but it’s like every other soap opera out there. All those things happen to people. They just seldom all happen to the same people. I’m not sure I would use the two moms as parenting examples. There isn’t much trouble teenagers get into that one or more of their kids hasn’t done. Lena, the mom who is the school vice principal, alters the answers on a test to get one of the kids into her charter school. Not a great example for her kids. But it’s entertaining.

      • mothy67 says:

        I think the show reflects how hard it is to parent and they have this eclectic group. I think the teenage sex is too much but I love the Jude story. He was really hurt and found a friend. So lonely and others called him gay. He is not sure. I found that theme refreshing. I am a great gay uncle that thought I had an adult child(DNA) not mine but I had to explain how I wondered if he was her uncle to my brat.

      • mothy67 says:

        I do not take parenting tips from TV I do think it is essential to be informed. Your kids are over 12. I trust that a dick picture coming into your home would not end in you playing the mother from Carrie. You might disapprove but you are not going nuts. Kids are gonna hit porn. Do we want to label a boy with a big dick in 10th grade as a sex offender for life.

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  51. taw46 says:

    Trump terrorism speech on FOX now.

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