I do get the feeling that, in the next decade or so, we'll slowly start seeingNot yet.
You're missing the stepping stone. We are already seeing the transgender stuff making inroads.I do get the feeling that, in the next decade or so, we'll slowly start seeing
zoophilia bestialitybuggery sneaking into mass media in incrementally more sympathetic and commonplace ways.
Go back and watch a tv show from the late eighties or even early 90s and if there is any homosexuality reference, it is as the butt of a joke. Now, the gay mafia has pushed homosexuality, portrayed as positively as possible, into every possible plotline it can. Name a reality show lacking a gay cast member! Just wait, animal-fuckers and their anipal mates will be ubiquitous in no time.
No shit. It's amazing how quickly something universally seen as aberrant, deviant, and unhealthy is transformed into sympathetic persecuted minorities and anyone that disagrees is an evil hatemonger.You're missing the stepping stone. We are already seeing the transgender stuff making inroads.
Ha, I just watched the seminal film Class Act, and there's a scene where Duncan Pinderhughes, played by Kid, is getting made over by Blade Brown (Play) behind closed doors. His dad, upon hearing "Stop blowing me; it's too hot!" asks the mother if she ever wondered about their son's sexual preference. The reply was that she didn't think that he had one.According to the Washington Post today, asexuals are the next ones we have to pander to.
Already being fettered in to society.According to the Washington Post today, asexuals are the next ones we have to pander to.
The reviews are very funny (note: apparently the contents of the book are satirical and have nothing to do with the cover, which is in itself a satire of the contents of the book).Harold Birdman recommends this book.
But... You're a Horse: Amazon.co.uk: David Bussell: 9781291742756: Books