Posts Tagged ‘Lesbians’

I laughed, out loud even, but couldn’t make my way through the whole thing.

Tuesday, July 23rd, 2013

Via David Thomspon, I give you the Minna Limon (pronounced as Spanish):


Check it out

Monday, June 17th, 2013

Men who look like old lesbians.


Thursday, June 6th, 2013

Watching Lesbian porn.



Also, I learned a new term: Gold Star Lesbian.

Apparently the GLS is a coveted thing.

Gerard on Gay Marriage

Thursday, March 28th, 2013

In a great post on the inevitability of gay marriage, Gerard goes on to write about the also inevitable coming wave in gay divorce. One part that I think he’ll get exactly right:

Children adopted by gay male couples will probably be treated in a kindly and caring manner during the divorce, but when it comes to the pets, get ready for the mother of all cat-fights over the puppy or the pussy.

Children born to lesbian couples will probably fare less well. Besides a lifelong predilection for comfortable shoes, the best they can hope for is for the courts to okay that they can, should they elect to do so, live with their sperm donor.

You only have to possess a modicum experience with a caring mother to know that last paragraph is true.

But Gerard also points the way to what could certainly be one of the best things to happen to the entertainment industry in years:

“Gay Divorce Court!” would be a reality show with more legs than a queer centipede. “Gay Divorce Court!” is appointment television that could launch a million office pools, and probably some Vegas-sized lines for the inevitable Brad Pitt vs. Tom Cruise de-fornication fiasco.

This post was put up Gerard originally in 2006. It reads as though it were written yesterday. As is said, do go read the whole thing.

Three Parents on Her Birth Certificate

Saturday, February 9th, 2013

Judge Lets Baby With 2 Lesbian Moms & 1 Gay ‘Dad’ Have 3 Parents on Her Birth Certificate.

Yeah, I got this from the Instapundit, but I just had to post. It’s Florida after all.

Some will call me a homophobe

Monday, December 10th, 2012

A while back, in one of those little articles in the paper (yes, I still occasionally read the news on dead trees), you know the ones, just a paragraph or two, usually in a column of several of these little articles. There is no by-line, nothing. Anyway, this article said that the first same sex wedding had been held in the chapel at West Point.

The google is a wonderful thing.

Look at what I found:

I don't know whether to laugh or cry

Having served for a few years in the Marine Corps, the first thing that comes to my mind when viewing this photo is why isn’t everyone in the same uniform? I see at least three. Maybe there should be two (one for the cadets and one for the officers), but certainly no more than two.

You might as well call me sexist too. I am still troubled by women in the military, especially women getting limited spots in our military academies.

You might as well call me a prick for not liking the “bride” riding in her cart. I would think the only people needing assistance at a wedding in the chapel at West Point would be wounded veterans. Not someone without the strength, for whatever reason, to make it through her 15 minute wedding ceremony on her feet. I am assuming the one in dark is the veteran, but you can’t really tell, can you?

Notice all women with big grins in the gallery.

I could go on and on about stuff that I find bothersome in this photo. Most of what I find bothersome, others will call me bigoted for even noticing.

Adult adoption in Japan

Saturday, December 1st, 2012

Adult adoption in Japan: Keeping it in the family | The Economist. The article is about how Japanese families will adopt a son that is in his 20’s or 30’s so that the family owned business will continue.

Combine this cultural quality with lesbian wife, and I think I’ll move to wherever that deal is happening.

HT: Tyler Cowen

My wife might still be opposed to gay marriage…

Wednesday, November 28th, 2012

I mean if you tell her that continuing to outlaw gay marriage will make these women carry through with their threats:

She’d probably remain in favor of allowing gay marriage. She doesn’t want to play video games with me. Having these lesbians actually go to a hockey game with me would allow her to get a good night’s rest. (This, of course, assumes we’ll have hockey again someday.)