Distaste? anti-gay?

The current fluff about 'gay marriage' talks about discrimination against 'gays' in not allowing them to be married.

What tosh!

Gays (I presume this means homosexuals) can get married, but they usually don't want to. Marriage is at heart a sexual union: sex is about difference; a fact well known to plumbers.

Homosexuals expressly disdain difference, and therefore sex; all they do is entertain each other with empty and pathetic games with their sexual plumbing. That's not sexual intercourse because it cannot produce offspring.

Now, I couldn't care less whether people want to play bottom games or not; but to pretend that bottom games could be the basis of marriage is gag me with a spoon nonsensical.

I also couldn't care less if they have a civil union recognised in law; it just ain't marriage. To call it such just underlines the juvenile game of pretend sex that they play.


No home rules

For some bizarre reason my family, sans me, watches the Channel 7 drivel 'My House Rules'.
I was constrained to watch a finalish episode tonite where the fake drama builds to eliminate a 'team': one of the tasteless teams of amateur tradesmen, and even more amateur designers who produce predictable flummery. The show is pure junk; but there could be spinoffs:

My car rules: a show about motor maintenance.

My housekeeping rules: a show about cleaning a house.

My brief of evidence rules; where criminals could prepare briefs against each other; the looser being the winner: the one with the longest gaol term.

Then, of course, my TV show rules: where we have amateur producers....oh, hang on, Channel 7 does that already with its predictable parade of moronic shows (except Lewis, Morse, Endeavour...not produced by ch. 7).

One of the contestants was brought to the home that had been renovated for them. The woman of the couple could only leer from room to room saying nothing but "oh my gawd' at varying speeds. And that's all she could say: no other response. Its like she'd gotten her whole vocabulary, emotion, and perspective from American TV shows: talk about living vicariously through the fictional lives of TV characters! It was so pathetic it was embarrassing!

Lewis 2

A nice touch in another Lewis episode, can't recall which one; but a character is referred to as having done some minor acting work, including some work on The Bill. Very droll to refer to one show from another!



I don't often pay attention to what an Anglican archbishop says, but Pete Jensen hit the mark in the Sydney Morning Herald:

This week he continued to argue forcefully that gay marriage was an impossibility because ''marriage requires a sexual consummation, and that is what men and women do.''
''How do two men have sexual union?'' he shoots back, when challenged on the definition of consummation. ''You have joined a couple of people together at a spot where they shouldn't be joined together, really.''

Exactly right: there is no 'coupling' between members of the same sex, all they can do is juxtapose, not form a sexual union at all: nothing is 'united': so it's not really 'sex' just a weird and unproductive game played with particular organs: I can't see the point,  myself. So whatever, its not marriage, which involves sexual coupling, but a weak joke.