Monthly Archives: January 2013

Apps like Grindr and Scruff are hook up sex applications

Apps like Grindr and Scruff are hook up sex apps.  They are not friend apps even if you have met someone on there just for that.  That was likely a very rare case.  In my research I found that 99% of the people on there hit me up for SEX only.   Often times the first words they say to me are horny?  Or I would get a pic of their ass or cock.  They wanted to meet and get busy right away.  This is where the lonely or the time wasters go to.  If you’re on there for just sex then you’re in the right place.

One day you accidentally see one of those apps on the phone of the person you’ve been dating or involved with in a relationship.  How would that make you feel?  Would you care or would that bother you?  If it doesn’t bother you, then I would imagine you’re likely involved with someone that you don’t think that highly of.

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Jodie Foster is in hot water with some of the gays for some reason


Jodie Foster delivered a cracked open speech at the Golden Globes on Sunday night that naturally unleashed the negative maggots of society on her tail.  Most of them coming from certain gays.  I guess they wanted her to say, “I’m gay.”  They didn’t want her hanging out with Mel Gibson.   I’m telling you that some of them are losing sleep over this.  It’s quite sad really.

Why is everyone all up in arms obsessing over this? The Golden Globes wanted to honor her for her lifetime achievement in film. She’s earned the right to say whatever she wants to say on that podium even if others did not understand it or like her. She doesn’t owe anybody anything. The Golden Globes is a loosey laid back evening with drinks. Everyone is tipsy and enjoying themselves. Clearly Jodie was enjoying herself as she was lighthearted, cracking jokes and talking about whatever. So what. It’s her life. I found her speech to be raw, heartfelt and moving. Then the next day I see this plethora of negativity about it. I thought, “Huh? Did we watch something different?”

Also I think people can rest assured that she basically said she was gay again. What does she have to do, actually say the word “gay” and then everyone will go about their business? She said she has a partner who created a beautiful family with her and that’s all that matters. What more do you guys want from her exactly? And think about what is inside you that needs immense validation by having Jodie Foster say the ‘gay’ word. There were straight people calling her the ‘d’ word after last night unfortunately, so the world knows she’s gay, trust me. Then you have certain gays calling her names for not saying the ‘gay’ word. My you just can’t please anybody can you. If I were her, I’d keep quiet too. It’s nobody’s business. Her job is as an actress to play a character in a movie. It’s not her goal to be a walking political statement.

She isn’t just private about the gay thing as if its shameful, she is private about EVERYTHING in her life. This is her nature. She’s a shy person who isn’t interested in feeding gossip machines. The honey boo-boo was a great reference and only those who steer clear of gossip and reality tv will get it. She’s better than that and actually has talent and intelligence which is lacking in shows like honey boo-boo. Those up in arms over Jodie’s speech are the same people that are obsessed with gossip and superficiality to begin with. They are not people you need to please. They don’t know anything about truly walking in someone’s else’s shoes. They want everyone to say and do what they want so that you’ll be loved by them. Jodie doesn’t need your love or approval and nor does she care.

I understand that having Jodie Foster say the ‘gay’ words to you is a big deal, because that would then make her the biggest star in history to be publicly out and gay. It would create a media frenzy something that has never attracted her ever. Don’t hate her because she’s not interested in being known for who is in her bedroom. Don’t lose sight of what her job is and that’s as an actress and filmmaker. And speaking of which, all of this talk about Jodie Foster is making me want to catch up and buy some of her films I don’t have!

 

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Jodie Foster brings crowd to tears as she more or less comes out again

The great Jodie Foster had some bewildered and some brought to tears during her speech at the Golden Globes on Sunday.

While being honored with the Cecil B. DeMille Award, the actress, 50, delivered a powerful speech where she addressed everything from her sexuality to her relationship with her mother.
“While I’m here being all confessional, I guess I just have just a sudden urge to say something that I’ve never really been able to air in public,” a smiling Foster said. “[It’s] a declaration that I’m a little nervous about – but maybe not quite as nervous as my publicist right now. I’m just going to put it out there – loud and proud.”After a short hesitation and plea for support she said: “I am single.”

The camera panned to her rarely seen sons smiling as she continued. “This is not going to be a big coming out speech tonight because I already did my coming out about a thousand years ago back in the stone age – in those very quaint days when a fragile girl would open up to trusted friends and family and coworkers and then gradually proudly to everyone who knew her … but now apparently I’m told that every celebrity is expected to honor the details of their private life with a press conference, a fragrance and a primetime reality show.”

As she continued, confidently, Foster also thanked her “heroic co-parent, my ex partner in love, but righteous soul sister in life. My confessor … most beloved BFF of 20 years, Cydney Bernard. Thank you, Cyd. I am so proud of our modern family, our amazing sons, Charlie and Kit who are my reason to breathe and to evolve. … Boys, in case you didn’t know it, this song, like all of this, this song is for you.”

Foster – who made her acting debut at the age 3 as the Coppertone girl – has been in the public eye for 47 years, which she says, has driven her desire for privacy.

“If you had to fight for a life that felt real and honest and normal against all odds, than maybe you too would value privacy above all else,” she said, as many in the crowd nodded in support.

But it was when she spoke candidly about her apparently ailing mom that there was not a dry eye in the house.

“I love you, I love you, I love you and I hope if I say this three times, it will magically and perfectly enter into your soul, fill you with grace and the joy of knowing that you did good in this life,” she said on stage. “You’re a great mom. Please take that with you when you’re finally okay to go.”

Despite concluding with what seemed like a retirement announcement – she remarked, “This feels like the end of one era and the beginning of something else – scary and exciting” – Foster told reporters backstage: “I could never stop acting. You’d have to drag me behind a team of horses.”

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“Straight acting” is a bizarre phrase that caught on just like the word ‘gay’

“Straight acting” is a bizarre phrase that caught on just like the word ‘gay’. These are labels to put people into little boxes. I think young gays tend to use the word ‘straight acting’ more because you only use that phrase when you are insecure with yourself. Younger people are more insecure than older people generally. A true gay guy who has typically masculine and manly interests does not need to hammer it home that he’s straight acting and most of them do not bother with that. The reason is those guys are not in the gay community world and know nothing about fads and labels and nor do they care.  The ones using the ‘straight acting’ phrase tend to be gay guys who are actually not all that manly to begin with and absolved in gay culture otherwise it would never occur to them to use that word.  They are also saying that straight acting means you are more important than gay acting.  What is this acting business anyway?  On the flip side the ultra feminine gays are not acting as themselves either. Anyone who is either extreme needs to examine their behavior and identify if they are being themselves or conforming to how their peers act.  Because there are gay guys whose feminine behavior comes out even more when around their peers.  Either way, both sides have no real identity.

 

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