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  • Perso Nasplit

    look at that woman. tossing that mans salad while he is holding the cup that no doubt another woman will use.

  • SuperLogic

    Isn’t that the truth?!?! Liberals are turning society upside down!

  • Sam Brown

    Though I disagree with homosexuality completely, gender roles are optional in my opinion. Not every woman is feminine, and not every man is masculine. The reason we have wackos like those pictured in the gay pride picture is because society tells you that you must act one way to be normal. Well, why can’t men like pink frilly things and still be a men? Granted, I don’t see why they would, but that’s their decision. And women who have some masculine traits should not be told that they are a “man trapped in a woman’s body”. That kind of nonsense is what’s tearing us apart as a nation.

  • Mark

    What? You lost me. Please explain, thanks.

  • Steven R. Addlesee

    Where’s the Westboro Church during the gay pride parade?

  • John Graham

    Protesting a Hero’s Funeral…….
    They would never show up at a Gay Pride Parade or any other event like that.

  • Lee Whittaker

    Gender roles stem from the Industrial Revolution. During the Agrarian Age, men and women both worked the farms, along with their entire family. Their education came from the Church and through Fairy Tales, where morality, consequence, and societal hierarchies stemmed. During the Industrial Revolution, labor became much more physical, thus the more physical portion of the population (males) took to taking jobs while the more female portion took to homemaking or more social jobs, like nursing, personal service (stewardess, waitress, secretary etc.), teaching, and so forth. Meanwhile, gender roles were reinforced at public schools to prepare boys and girls to fit in to the mold society designed for them. As we enter into the Information Age, jobs are more intellectual and less physical or social. Men and Women can equally perform these jobs with ever-declining stereotypes. We’ve only been in the Information Age for 28 years, and, as has been the case throughout history, the transition has been rough.

  • Pizza Eater

    Wow, you must be sheltered.

  • joeschmo8675309

    Are they? Or is that the people are too lazy to do anything about it?

  • James Walker

    you mean his wine glass? the same one his mother in law may have used in the past and use again? WTF is your point,exactly?

  • James Walker

    Farm work isn’t physical labor? Do you always ape the navel gazing idiocy of ivory tower academicians ? or is this a special occasion?

  • James Walker

    it takes a special brand of *pride* for a male to prance around in spike heeled stripper boots,and not much else.

  • drazepp

    I don’t like this one as much. 😛 Atheists say that morality in general is an artificial social construct (It couldn’t have come from God, after all…), and liberals seem to say not that homosexuality is more natural than heterosexuality, but they say that they’re both genetic (not entirely true, as any honest science website will tell you) and therefore both completely natural…

  • drazepp

    Hm… so the work became more physical when we had better machines to use? This somehow doesn’t make any sense…

  • Gene Vickery

    I love pink, it’s my favorite flavor. I freely admit that I am a lesbian. I love women and they way most of them feel and taste.

  • Sam Brown

    Did you make a profile just to reply to me? I’m touched.

  • Mark

    No, I’m a conservative sincerely wanting Perso to expound a little more. Forgive me, but I honestly don’t get it. Call me sheltered, but at least I’m honest. Just trying to understand why he said the guy’s “holding the cup that no doubt another woman will use”. What does that mean? Please explain, thanks.

  • Gene Vickery

    I didn’t make a profile just to reply to you, but I thought I should point out that there’s at least one pink thing that real, normal men (like me) enjoy and only women have it.

  • Sam Brown

    So you’re a man, AND a lesbian? I think you need to go on a soul searching journey or something.

  • Jeremy Estes

    I’m going to go out on a limb and give you my interpretation:

    Tossing Salad: a reference to french kissing an a**hole using edible lubricant (i.e. grape jelly or maple syrup).

    “another woman using the same cup” could be a reference to the popular
    Internet Title “2 Girls, One Cup”, in which 2 women enjoy feeding on
    each others…. well….Google it.

    go team lib!

  • Gene Vickery

    It’s meant as a joke and a play on words. If you can’t get that, then I think you’re the one who needs to do some searching. You’re the only one I’ve ever said that to that I had to explain it. Here’s where the joke came from (hint: it’s another joke): An old cowboy sat down at the Star bucks and ordered a cup of coffee. As he sat sipping his coffee, a young woman sat down next to him.
    She turned to the cowboy and asked, “Are you a real cowboy?”
    He replied, “Well, I’ve spent my whole life breaking colts, working cows,
    going to rodeos, fixing fences, pulling calves, bailing hay, doctoring
    calves, cleaning my barn, fixing flats, working on tractors, and feeding
    my dogs, so I guess I am a cowboy.”

    She said, “I’m a lesbian. I spend my whole day thinking about women. As
    soon as I get up in the morning, I think about women. When I shower, I
    think about women. When I watch TV, I think about women. I even think
    about women when I eat. It seems that everything makes me think of

    The two sat sipping in silence.
    A little while later, a man sat down on the other side of the old cowboy
    and asked, “Are you a real cowboy?!”
    He replied, “I always thought I was, but I just found out that I’m a

  • Sam Brown

    The meaning of the word is not “one who is attracted to females”. It means “a female who is sexually attracted to females”. Of course, you are free to use the word however you wish, but you have to realize that the rest of society uses it in the manner stated above. A word only has a set meaning when everyone sees it that way. I could start calling corn “lolliperous firocren”, but everyone else would still call it corn (and start calling me crazy).