Bil Browning

YGST: The Gay Barbie Song

Filed By Bil Browning | August 06, 2007 7:42 AM | comments

Filed in: You Gotta See This
Tags: Barbie, humorous blog post, lipsynching

Let's start the week off with a giggle.

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Leland Frances | August 6, 2007 8:59 PM

"Giggle" isn't the first word that comes to mind, but we think Carson Kressley can sleep soundly; his unique place in the fairy firmanent safe.

Cyndi Richards | August 7, 2007 3:20 PM


Just before logging in here, I was reading the report of how our "dear leader" plans to veto a major defense authorization bill due to his opposition of S.1105 (aka: the Matthew Sheperd Act), which was attached to this legislation. Coincidentally, I was also online to begin planning the details of Chicago's upcoming transgendered "Day of Rememberance". It looks like we'll be needing to buy some more candles.

Needless to say, my current mindset has been rather preoccupied with ANTI-VIOLENCE. Then I come across this rubbish promoted HERE?

WTF Bil?

The irony of the sentiments illustrated under the bogus guise of "satire" by these two little (alleged) flaming twinks (are they REALLY gay, or is that part of the "joke"?) is counter-intuitive, at best.

The message of "let's physically assault a 'straight woman', in order to get her out of the way so we can demonstrate our sexual lust of her 'boyfriend'." appears to be "reverse gay-bashing". How curious.

Somehow, the "humor" of ignorance manifested into blantant street thuggery is lost on me.

>>> Cyndi Richards, vice-chair, Illinois Gender Advocates