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Date: 24 Jan 2009 21:01:29
From: TT
Subject: Federer is not a gay icon?

How many gay icons are actually gay? Think about it. Bette Davis. Judy
Garland. Joan Crawford. None of them were gay. And none of them were
men. Gay men might as well be straight women when it comes to actors
they love. They want big butch heroes too. They don't want the sissy
queens or the old men whose careers couldn't possibly be damaged by
their coming out. They want Bruce Willis and Collin Farrell and Vin
Diesel, not Danny Pintauro and Rupert Everett and Nathan Lane. It's only
the dykes who throw their cash at someone just because she eats pussy.
Melissa and k.d. owe their whole careers to lesbians. But even in
Hollywood you won't find many lesbians who are out of the closet.
ŚMichael Thomas Ford, Last Summer




 
Date: 25 Jan 2009 02:25:13
From: Dave Hazelwood
Subject: Re: Federer is not a gay icon?
> But even in
>Hollywood you won't find many lesbians who are out of the closet.


Whisper ?




 
Date: 24 Jan 2009 11:18:18
From: kaennorsing
Subject: Re: Federer is not a gay icon?
On 24 jan, 20:01, TT <g...@Olympics.org > wrote:
> How many gay icons are actually gay? Think about it. Bette Davis. Judy
> Garland. Joan Crawford. None of them were gay. And none of them were
> men. Gay men might as well be straight women when it comes to actors
> they love. They want big butch heroes too. They don't want the sissy
> queens or the old men whose careers couldn't possibly be damaged by
> their coming out. They want Bruce Willis and Collin Farrell and Vin
> Diesel, not Danny Pintauro and Rupert Everett and Nathan Lane. It's only
> the dykes who throw their cash at someone just because she eats pussy.
> Melissa and k.d. owe their whole careers to lesbians. But even in
> Hollywood you won't find many lesbians who are out of the closet.
> =97Michael Thomas Ford, Last Summer

All I know for sure is that you seem to be quite fascinated by gay
icons. Best thing (I hear) is just to be open and frank about it to
your friends and family. I reckon it should be a great relieve to you.
Your life will be easier, you'll be much happier in general and less
frustrated and you won't have to bother us with this fascination any
more.


  
Date: 24 Jan 2009 21:28:44
From: TT
Subject: Re: Federer is not a gay icon?
kaennorsing wrote:
> On 24 jan, 20:01, TT <g...@Olympics.org> wrote:
>> How many gay icons are actually gay? Think about it. Bette Davis. Judy
>> Garland. Joan Crawford. None of them were gay. And none of them were
>> men. Gay men might as well be straight women when it comes to actors
>> they love. They want big butch heroes too. They don't want the sissy
>> queens or the old men whose careers couldn't possibly be damaged by
>> their coming out. They want Bruce Willis and Collin Farrell and Vin
>> Diesel, not Danny Pintauro and Rupert Everett and Nathan Lane. It's only
>> the dykes who throw their cash at someone just because she eats pussy.
>> Melissa and k.d. owe their whole careers to lesbians. But even in
>> Hollywood you won't find many lesbians who are out of the closet.
>> ŚMichael Thomas Ford, Last Summer
>
> All I know for sure is that you seem to be quite fascinated by gay
> icons. Best thing (I hear) is just to be open and frank about it to
> your friends and family. I reckon it should be a great relieve to you.
> Your life will be easier, you'll be much happier in general and less
> frustrated and you won't have to bother us with this fascination any
> more.

Sounds like you're talking from personal experience.

--
"Now I have so many dreams to chase - the French Open, an Olympic
singles gold medal in London in 2012, the Davis Cup for Switzerland"


 
Date: 24 Jan 2009 12:58:34
From:
Subject: Re: Federer is not a gay icon?
On Jan 24, 2:01=A0pm, TT <g...@Olympics.org > wrote:
> How many gay icons are actually gay? Think about it. Bette Davis. Judy
> Garland. Joan Crawford. None of them were gay. And none of them were
> men. Gay men might as well be straight women when it comes to actors
> they love. They want big butch heroes too. They don't want the sissy
> queens or the old men whose careers couldn't possibly be damaged by
> their coming out. They want Bruce Willis and Collin Farrell and Vin
> Diesel, not Danny Pintauro and Rupert Everett and Nathan Lane. It's only
> the dykes who throw their cash at someone just because she eats pussy.
> Melissa and k.d. owe their whole careers to lesbians. But even in
> Hollywood you won't find many lesbians who are out of the closet.
> =97Michael Thomas Ford, Last Summer

fed is a gay icon... he is friends with gayvin rossdale!


 
Date: 24 Jan 2009 12:13:43
From: kaennorsing
Subject: Re: Federer is not a gay icon?
On 24 jan, 21:06, TT <g...@Olympics.org > wrote:
> kaennorsing wrote:
> > On 24 jan, 20:51, TT <g...@Olympics.org> wrote:
> >> kaennorsing wrote:
> >>> On 24 jan, 20:28, TT <g...@Olympics.org> wrote:
> >>>> kaennorsing wrote:
> >>>>> On 24 jan, 20:01, TT <g...@Olympics.org> wrote:
> >>>>>> How many gay icons are actually gay? Think about it. Bette Davis. =
Judy
> >>>>>> Garland. Joan Crawford. None of them were gay. And none of them we=
re
> >>>>>> men. Gay men might as well be straight women when it comes to acto=
rs
> >>>>>> they love. They want big butch heroes too. They don't want the sis=
sy
> >>>>>> queens or the old men whose careers couldn't possibly be damaged b=
y
> >>>>>> their coming out. They want Bruce Willis and Collin Farrell and Vi=
n
> >>>>>> Diesel, not Danny Pintauro and Rupert Everett and Nathan Lane. It'=
s only
> >>>>>> the dykes who throw their cash at someone just because she eats pu=
ssy.
> >>>>>> Melissa and k.d. owe their whole careers to lesbians. But even in
> >>>>>> Hollywood you won't find many lesbians who are out of the closet.
> >>>>>> =97Michael Thomas Ford, Last Summer
> >>>>> All I know for sure is that you seem to be quite fascinated by gay
> >>>>> icons. Best thing (I hear) is just to be open and frank about it to
> >>>>> your friends and family. I reckon it should be a great relieve to y=
ou.
> >>>>> Your life will be easier, you'll be much happier in general and les=
s
> >>>>> frustrated and you won't have to bother us with this fascination an=
y
> >>>>> more.
> >>>> Sounds like you're talking from personal experience.
> >>> No, like I said it's what I heard and read about. I'm a pretty open
> >>> minded guy though and apparently there's more people interested in
> >>> that sort of stuff. You're not alone, so no reason to feel left out
> >>> and restrict your gay activity to postings on this ng.
> >>> The newsgroup would be better of though if you'd take your queer
> >>> interest somewhere else.
> >> I guess you're one of those ladyboys then.
>
> > Sorry to disappoint you. Don't be sad though, there are plenty places
> > were lots of guys could make you happy. Just go there and open
> > yourself up for them. You'd probably have the time of your life. Some
> > of the guys may even look like Rafa and if you ask them nicely I guess
> > they can make some grunts like your beloved Rafa and snarl at you when
> > they come.
>
> I take that as a yes.

I'm sure you do. You apparently take anything as a yes. Do queers
often have a hard time taking no for an answer, or is it just you?
Simply the result of the frustration building up as you're to afraid
to come out in the open for it?


  
Date: 24 Jan 2009 22:29:43
From: TT
Subject: Re: Federer is not a gay icon?
kaennorsing wrote:
> On 24 jan, 21:06, TT <g...@Olympics.org> wrote:
>> kaennorsing wrote:
>>> On 24 jan, 20:51, TT <g...@Olympics.org> wrote:
>>>> kaennorsing wrote:
>>>>> On 24 jan, 20:28, TT <g...@Olympics.org> wrote:
>>>>>> kaennorsing wrote:
>>>>>>> On 24 jan, 20:01, TT <g...@Olympics.org> wrote:
>>>>>>>> How many gay icons are actually gay? Think about it. Bette Davis. Judy
>>>>>>>> Garland. Joan Crawford. None of them were gay. And none of them were
>>>>>>>> men. Gay men might as well be straight women when it comes to actors
>>>>>>>> they love. They want big butch heroes too. They don't want the sissy
>>>>>>>> queens or the old men whose careers couldn't possibly be damaged by
>>>>>>>> their coming out. They want Bruce Willis and Collin Farrell and Vin
>>>>>>>> Diesel, not Danny Pintauro and Rupert Everett and Nathan Lane. It's only
>>>>>>>> the dykes who throw their cash at someone just because she eats pussy.
>>>>>>>> Melissa and k.d. owe their whole careers to lesbians. But even in
>>>>>>>> Hollywood you won't find many lesbians who are out of the closet.
>>>>>>>> ŚMichael Thomas Ford, Last Summer
>>>>>>> All I know for sure is that you seem to be quite fascinated by gay
>>>>>>> icons. Best thing (I hear) is just to be open and frank about it to
>>>>>>> your friends and family. I reckon it should be a great relieve to you.
>>>>>>> Your life will be easier, you'll be much happier in general and less
>>>>>>> frustrated and you won't have to bother us with this fascination any
>>>>>>> more.
>>>>>> Sounds like you're talking from personal experience.
>>>>> No, like I said it's what I heard and read about. I'm a pretty open
>>>>> minded guy though and apparently there's more people interested in
>>>>> that sort of stuff. You're not alone, so no reason to feel left out
>>>>> and restrict your gay activity to postings on this ng.
>>>>> The newsgroup would be better of though if you'd take your queer
>>>>> interest somewhere else.
>>>> I guess you're one of those ladyboys then.
>>> Sorry to disappoint you. Don't be sad though, there are plenty places
>>> were lots of guys could make you happy. Just go there and open
>>> yourself up for them. You'd probably have the time of your life. Some
>>> of the guys may even look like Rafa and if you ask them nicely I guess
>>> they can make some grunts like your beloved Rafa and snarl at you when
>>> they come.
>> I take that as a yes.
>
> I'm sure you do. You apparently take anything as a yes. Do queers
> often have a hard time taking no for an answer, or is it just you?
> Simply the result of the frustration building up as you're to afraid
> to come out in the open for it?

Your aggressive nature would suggest us that indeed you have problems
with self esteem as many katoeys do.

--
"Now I have so many dreams to chase - the French Open, an Olympic
singles gold medal in London in 2012, the Davis Cup for Switzerland"


 
Date: 24 Jan 2009 12:00:49
From: kaennorsing
Subject: Re: Federer is not a gay icon?
On 24 jan, 20:51, TT <g...@Olympics.org > wrote:
> kaennorsing wrote:
> > On 24 jan, 20:28, TT <g...@Olympics.org> wrote:
> >> kaennorsing wrote:
> >>> On 24 jan, 20:01, TT <g...@Olympics.org> wrote:
> >>>> How many gay icons are actually gay? Think about it. Bette Davis. Ju=
dy
> >>>> Garland. Joan Crawford. None of them were gay. And none of them were
> >>>> men. Gay men might as well be straight women when it comes to actors
> >>>> they love. They want big butch heroes too. They don't want the sissy
> >>>> queens or the old men whose careers couldn't possibly be damaged by
> >>>> their coming out. They want Bruce Willis and Collin Farrell and Vin
> >>>> Diesel, not Danny Pintauro and Rupert Everett and Nathan Lane. It's =
only
> >>>> the dykes who throw their cash at someone just because she eats puss=
y.
> >>>> Melissa and k.d. owe their whole careers to lesbians. But even in
> >>>> Hollywood you won't find many lesbians who are out of the closet.
> >>>> =97Michael Thomas Ford, Last Summer
> >>> All I know for sure is that you seem to be quite fascinated by gay
> >>> icons. Best thing (I hear) is just to be open and frank about it to
> >>> your friends and family. I reckon it should be a great relieve to you=
.
> >>> Your life will be easier, you'll be much happier in general and less
> >>> frustrated and you won't have to bother us with this fascination any
> >>> more.
> >> Sounds like you're talking from personal experience.
>
> > No, like I said it's what I heard and read about. I'm a pretty open
> > minded guy though and apparently there's more people interested in
> > that sort of stuff. You're not alone, so no reason to feel left out
> > and restrict your gay activity to postings on this ng.
>
> > The newsgroup would be better of though if you'd take your queer
> > interest somewhere else.
>
> I guess you're one of those ladyboys then.

Sorry to disappoint you. Don't be sad though, there are plenty places
were lots of guys could make you happy. Just go there and open
yourself up for them. You'd probably have the time of your life. Some
of the guys may even look like Rafa and if you ask them nicely I guess
they can make some grunts like your beloved Rafa and snarl at you when
they come.


  
Date: 24 Jan 2009 22:06:07
From: TT
Subject: Re: Federer is not a gay icon?
kaennorsing wrote:
> On 24 jan, 20:51, TT <g...@Olympics.org> wrote:
>> kaennorsing wrote:
>>> On 24 jan, 20:28, TT <g...@Olympics.org> wrote:
>>>> kaennorsing wrote:
>>>>> On 24 jan, 20:01, TT <g...@Olympics.org> wrote:
>>>>>> How many gay icons are actually gay? Think about it. Bette Davis. Judy
>>>>>> Garland. Joan Crawford. None of them were gay. And none of them were
>>>>>> men. Gay men might as well be straight women when it comes to actors
>>>>>> they love. They want big butch heroes too. They don't want the sissy
>>>>>> queens or the old men whose careers couldn't possibly be damaged by
>>>>>> their coming out. They want Bruce Willis and Collin Farrell and Vin
>>>>>> Diesel, not Danny Pintauro and Rupert Everett and Nathan Lane. It's only
>>>>>> the dykes who throw their cash at someone just because she eats pussy.
>>>>>> Melissa and k.d. owe their whole careers to lesbians. But even in
>>>>>> Hollywood you won't find many lesbians who are out of the closet.
>>>>>> ŚMichael Thomas Ford, Last Summer
>>>>> All I know for sure is that you seem to be quite fascinated by gay
>>>>> icons. Best thing (I hear) is just to be open and frank about it to
>>>>> your friends and family. I reckon it should be a great relieve to you.
>>>>> Your life will be easier, you'll be much happier in general and less
>>>>> frustrated and you won't have to bother us with this fascination any
>>>>> more.
>>>> Sounds like you're talking from personal experience.
>>> No, like I said it's what I heard and read about. I'm a pretty open
>>> minded guy though and apparently there's more people interested in
>>> that sort of stuff. You're not alone, so no reason to feel left out
>>> and restrict your gay activity to postings on this ng.
>>> The newsgroup would be better of though if you'd take your queer
>>> interest somewhere else.
>> I guess you're one of those ladyboys then.
>
> Sorry to disappoint you. Don't be sad though, there are plenty places
> were lots of guys could make you happy. Just go there and open
> yourself up for them. You'd probably have the time of your life. Some
> of the guys may even look like Rafa and if you ask them nicely I guess
> they can make some grunts like your beloved Rafa and snarl at you when
> they come.

I take that as a yes.

--
"Now I have so many dreams to chase - the French Open, an Olympic
singles gold medal in London in 2012, the Davis Cup for Switzerland"


 
Date: 24 Jan 2009 11:49:12
From: kaennorsing
Subject: Re: Federer is not a gay icon?
On 24 jan, 20:28, TT <g...@Olympics.org > wrote:
> kaennorsing wrote:
> > On 24 jan, 20:01, TT <g...@Olympics.org> wrote:
> >> How many gay icons are actually gay? Think about it. Bette Davis. Judy
> >> Garland. Joan Crawford. None of them were gay. And none of them were
> >> men. Gay men might as well be straight women when it comes to actors
> >> they love. They want big butch heroes too. They don't want the sissy
> >> queens or the old men whose careers couldn't possibly be damaged by
> >> their coming out. They want Bruce Willis and Collin Farrell and Vin
> >> Diesel, not Danny Pintauro and Rupert Everett and Nathan Lane. It's on=
ly
> >> the dykes who throw their cash at someone just because she eats pussy.
> >> Melissa and k.d. owe their whole careers to lesbians. But even in
> >> Hollywood you won't find many lesbians who are out of the closet.
> >> =97Michael Thomas Ford, Last Summer
>
> > All I know for sure is that you seem to be quite fascinated by gay
> > icons. Best thing (I hear) is just to be open and frank about it to
> > your friends and family. I reckon it should be a great relieve to you.
> > Your life will be easier, you'll be much happier in general and less
> > frustrated and you won't have to bother us with this fascination any
> > more.
>
> Sounds like you're talking from personal experience.

No, like I said it's what I heard and read about. I'm a pretty open
minded guy though and apparently there's more people interested in
that sort of stuff. You're not alone, so no reason to feel left out
and restrict your gay activity to postings on this ng.

The newsgroup would be better of though if you'd take your queer
interest somewhere else.


  
Date: 24 Jan 2009 21:51:11
From: TT
Subject: Re: Federer is not a gay icon?
kaennorsing wrote:
> On 24 jan, 20:28, TT <g...@Olympics.org> wrote:
>> kaennorsing wrote:
>>> On 24 jan, 20:01, TT <g...@Olympics.org> wrote:
>>>> How many gay icons are actually gay? Think about it. Bette Davis. Judy
>>>> Garland. Joan Crawford. None of them were gay. And none of them were
>>>> men. Gay men might as well be straight women when it comes to actors
>>>> they love. They want big butch heroes too. They don't want the sissy
>>>> queens or the old men whose careers couldn't possibly be damaged by
>>>> their coming out. They want Bruce Willis and Collin Farrell and Vin
>>>> Diesel, not Danny Pintauro and Rupert Everett and Nathan Lane. It's only
>>>> the dykes who throw their cash at someone just because she eats pussy.
>>>> Melissa and k.d. owe their whole careers to lesbians. But even in
>>>> Hollywood you won't find many lesbians who are out of the closet.
>>>> ŚMichael Thomas Ford, Last Summer
>>> All I know for sure is that you seem to be quite fascinated by gay
>>> icons. Best thing (I hear) is just to be open and frank about it to
>>> your friends and family. I reckon it should be a great relieve to you.
>>> Your life will be easier, you'll be much happier in general and less
>>> frustrated and you won't have to bother us with this fascination any
>>> more.
>> Sounds like you're talking from personal experience.
>
> No, like I said it's what I heard and read about. I'm a pretty open
> minded guy though and apparently there's more people interested in
> that sort of stuff. You're not alone, so no reason to feel left out
> and restrict your gay activity to postings on this ng.
>
> The newsgroup would be better of though if you'd take your queer
> interest somewhere else.

I guess you're one of those ladyboys then.

--
"Now I have so many dreams to chase - the French Open, an Olympic
singles gold medal in London in 2012, the Davis Cup for Switzerland"