Look, a writer named Larry Niven fully examined this question from every scientific angle over 40 years ago in an essay entitled “Man of Steel, Woman of Kleenex.” Look it up. Sheesh. Kids today.
Response to 16 Celebrity Couples We Lost In 2013:
When the title said “lost” I thought they were going to lead with Cory Monteith and Lea Michele :(
Response to 18 Reasons Mushrooms Are A Garbage Food:
Uh, no. This site needs a “dislike” button.
FWIW…for some people it may be a shock. For many, it isn’t a surprise at all because they guessed long ago. For some people, the idea that anyone is gay might be surprising or upsetting. For the majority of people living in the 21st century, it actually shouldn’t be that big of a deal. But as far as this ad goes, if you’re just evaluating the single image, the implication is that learning your child is gay is heart-breaking, and that assumption *is* homophobic. The LGBTQ movement might not have the same strength in South Africa as it does here, but I don’t think most non-homophobic Americans would see the announcement that a child is gay as this kind of devastating blow to the heart. I don’t see it as much different from a child coming home and announcing their first boyfriend/girlfriend. And I know a few men who would be overjoyed to learn their daughters are lesbians because they don’t trust men.
Response to 52 Things You’ll Only See In America:
That “fried pies” sign at #20 is from a Renaissance Faire, i.e. Americans trying to recreate the unwashed charm of merry olde England, i.e. they are selling what the Brits call “pasties.” That one’s all on you guys.
Response to 50 Things That Look Just Like Your Childhood:
Still have #10! Looks like the exact same kit.Ijust gave it to my stepkids. The glue was dried up but, amazingly, they said the markers still worked.
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