Monday, March 27, 2017


Today I had a conversation with a man whose politics by label, not words, are the polar opposite of mine.  We never got into labels and had the most pleasant conversation.  We both agreed the solution to our country's problems is building a wall around Washington and locking them in.  We agreed on just about everything.  Why?  We talked specifics and not the nonsense associated with political labels.

I am so, so tired of labels.  I understand some important discussions cannot be had without labels, but I think it is better to say, people associated with this group or that group is better than saying black, brown, gay, lesbian - whatever.  The label dehumanizes the person and makes them into the label.  You are human first, and part of a subgroup second./


I do not know a time when straight women did not go to gay bars to see male strippers.  In fact in some bars the strippers may be straight, but in those cases the rules are stricter on how you can tip them.  Some straight guys for $5,00 will allow a man to put it down his G-String.

Ru Paul has his panties all up his ass because young women who admire his make-up techniques ask for advice.

"“So I’m a brown-skinned gay man,” he continued. “You know, I do drag. Early on, I learned that I could do it well and make money. So people automatically ask me about beauty tips. And I get kids who write me and say, ‘I wish you could do my makeup for my prom?’ Or, ‘I wish you could do my makeup for my wedding?’ I’m like, ‘Bitch, I’m not a makeup artist. I’m an enter-taint-er! OK?’”


The only bitch is Ru Paul.  If you know how to do something well and someone asks for your advice you either say thank you for noticing my skills, but I do not give advice, or help them.  But to his answer I say Horse Hockey.  Get over yourself.

Straight people have always gone to gay bars and this new voice of not wanting straight people around is Horse Hockey.  

So just shut your pie hole bitch.


Joseph Fielding said...


Joseph Fielding said...


Joseph Fielding said...

Thank you, I agree. We must work together to make this country one in which we can debate our differences peacefully and come up with solutions that works for all of us. I also met a man today today that would be considered my political polor opposite. After talking with him for a while I began to see into his heart. I am thankful for his kindness and feel that I can consider him a friend. Now that's a good day.