Wednesday, 10 November 2010

Great Gay Cliches Of Our Time....

"If I become President, I will describe myself as a President who happens to be gay, which is a different thing to a gay President," the "eccentric" David Norris - pictured above, being gay - tells The Irish Independent.
Sorry, I think The Irish Independent meant he happens to be eccentric.
I wonder how many other gay men aren't gay, they just happen to be gay?
Here's Alan Duncan; "I'm an MP who happens to be gay."
On Monday we learnt in The Guardian of "gay clergyman" "Gene Robinson's losing battle to be known as simply 'the bishop'".
Here's 'Armistead Maupin, A Writer Who Happens To Be Gay.'
Gareth Thomas - leading rugby pervert - "who just happens to be gay."
Bjørn Lomborg, are you gay?
"I didn't want to be the gay guy who talks about the environment. I wanted to be the guy who talks about the environment who happens to be gay."
Colin Firth were you playing Christopher Isherwood - a big gay or what?
No. It was "A guy who happens to be gay"
How about leading right-wing nutcase and also feasible presidential candidate, Sarah Palin, let's ask her!
"I have, one of my absolute best friends for the last 30 years who happens to be gay, and I love her dearly," she says. "And she is not my 'gay friend.' She is one of my best friends."
Who happens to be gay.
You betcha!


  1. It's one step up from, "I'm not gay, because I don't kiss."

  2. My favourite gay cliche is "I'm not homosexual, people are just sexual."