Homo BREAKING: Straight Parents Never Fight!
posted by July 25 at 10:50 AMon
And straight parents never embarrass their children either at school assemblies. At least that’s what Rupert Everett would have us believe. The once-amusing, rapidly-curdling Brit homo actor came out against gay parents in a recent interview.
“Oh God, I could never do that to a child. Can you imagine what it would be like, having your two dads coming to school speech days? And hearing those awful queeny rows while you are trying to get to sleep?”
Gay parents: they get into rows, they’re embarrassing. Straight parents: never fight, never embarrassing. So, gay men, please refrain from adopting or fostering children. Better they should languish in the paradise that is foster care for their entire childhoods.
Goodness. Rupert Everett clearly has… issues… about being gay. From an earlier interview:
Unfortunately, I am single, yes, but I’m too exhausted for anything else and being gay is a young man’s game.
Now no one wants me. Being gay and being a woman has one big thing in common, which is that we both become invisible after the age of 42. Who wants a gay 50- year-old? No one, let me tell you. I could set myself on fire in a gay bar, and people would just light their cigarettes from me.
Everett is a talented actor, I’ll give him that. But from what we can infer about his personal life based on his comments about his sexuality, well, he strikes me as one of those queens that has an extremely fucked up personal life for which he refuses to take any responsibility. There are a lot of gay men out there that run around blaming gay culture and other gay men for their unhappiness. Oh, the mandatory drug abuse! The ageism that deprives old gay men of young gay ass! The the cruel bitchery these bitches are subjected to! The existence of relatively happy gay men—or, for that matter, completely miserable straight people—doesn’t register.
You know, Rupert, if you’re unhappy… it could be because… you’re doing something wrong. Maybe it’s that you’re doing drugs, you’re chasing boys that are out of your league age- or looks-wise, or you’re a caustic, bile-spewing bitch. Maybe.