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  • 85 67
    Submitted by anonymous8889 on Jun 21, 10 at 2:45pm

    this may just be me, but i read this as in doing someone you shouldn't be proud of. not in a homophobic way.

  • 87 72
    Submitted by iowawashington on Jun 21, 10 at 3:29pm

    I agree w/ 8889, that this was a case of sober regret for drunken mistakes. If gays had a monopoly on that, many of us would never have been born.

  • 68 61
    Submitted by spyndoc on Jun 21, 10 at 10:02pm

    Loving same sex == loving a murderer? Sorry, only computes if ur a homophobe.

  • 65 59
    Submitted by Futbolisto on Jun 21, 10 at 1:54pm

    Spyndoc your argument sucks. People rightfully judge when someone loves a murderer or an abusive spouse.

  • 62 55
    Submitted by MrTimothy on Jun 21, 10 at 2:32pm

    And yet, we are proud Blanche, we are! And if the heteros don't like what we do, they can stop doing it with us (or to us, as the case may be)!!

  • 68 67
    Submitted by spyndoc on Jun 21, 10 at 1:44pm

    So do you. Case in point: judging someone for who they love.

  • 62 64
    Submitted by An0n on Jun 22, 10 at 6:33am

    Just because they may not agree with homosexuality doesn't make a person a homophobe. Fear = disagreement, only makes sense if you're arguing for the sake of it.

  • 54 52
    Submitted by nadinevc on Jun 27, 10 at 10:19am

    Clearing up the controversy - this text was sent to me by a friend. Both of us are proud lesbians, but she was remarking that Pride was just another excuse for us to get drunk and make bad decisions.

  • 61 68
    Submitted by wowwowwow on Jun 21, 10 at 6:34pm

    Maybe this text refers to the wine called Pride? Hence the cap. P?

  • 47 43
    Submitted by ohcalamityme on Jun 21, 10 at 4:59pm

    I also read this as a general statement not relating to sexual preferences. Does the capital "P" make the difference?

    • 48 62
      Submitted by pyro_hobo on Jun 21, 10 at 5:11pm

      I dunno how it is everywhere else, but I was at a Pride festival yesterday and almost everyone was only half dressed, entirely drunk, and it was barely 50 degrees outside. I think the "P" does make a difference but I don't think he/she is slamming on gays, I think they're just saying that at Pride festivals, people do things they'll regret.

  • 47 53
    Submitted by rembrant on Jul 1, 10 at 11:40pm

    Excellent use of the term 'irony'. It gives me hope that some people can actually use it correctly

  • 53 65
    Submitted by An0n on Jun 21, 10 at 5:46pm

    Rmdentin shut up, mods thought it was fine. And who are you to say what people should text? If you think people shouldn't be told what gender to lust after, it's pretty much the same thing, sort of, but not really.

  • 52 67
    Submitted by preciyesi on Jun 21, 10 at 2:57pm

    gross

  • 45 54
    Submitted by whyspir on Jun 22, 10 at 12:44pm

    Hahaha! ...sadly I know exactly what you mean.

  • 52 84
    Submitted by hentailover on Jun 21, 10 at 5:35pm

    Homoez say what?

  • 51 84
    Submitted by iKillFirstPeople on Jun 21, 10 at 1:30pm

    Fuck u

  • 52 87
    Submitted by rmdentin on Jun 21, 10 at 2:30pm

    A horribly ignorant text, this should never have been posted or even sent

    • 52 47
      Submitted by nadinevc on Jun 27, 10 at 10:21am

      this is the originator of the text. i am a lesbian, and was remarking that for me and my friends at least, pride is more about drinking in the street than any actual accomplishment one should feel proud of.

  • 47 87
    Submitted by LSUFratdaddy on Jun 21, 10 at 1:28pm

    just throwing this out there...FIRST!