Nothing like a little She Said/She Said, right?
Oh my god and then some...last week we have Kelly Rowell desperately seeking gay men on the Main Line and this week we have ol' crass cop shoes herself, Gail Shister, desperately seeking straight men.
Ladies will you give us all a break and deliver us from this drivel that passes as writing? Who the f*ck cares? Let's just break it down, shall we: you are both social misfits and you both want "walkers". Here's an idea: why don't you two ladies (and I use that term loosely) hook up, move to Canada or some remote island off the coast of Washington State or something and start a hemp farm and raise Birkenstocks with a Tory Burch logo.
I can't take anymore of either of you. The ick factor reigns supreme...both of you are just offensive and neither post is particularly well written, which is disappointing on the Shister end of it, but predictable in the desperate housewife Rowell end of it.
Straight men and gay men on the Main Line and anywhere should just run when they see either one of you and everyone else too for that matter.
Now Kelly Rowell, run along like a good girl and fetch that shemale Shister a cold Bud - she's having a hard time getting up out of the La-Z-Boy since apparently her overalls are sticking to to nice nappy corduroy.
Think it's just moi? Check Philebrity here:
Philebrity: Attention Bored Homosexuals: Positions Now Available On The Main Line For Gay Minstrel Sidekicks To Out-of-Touch Philly Mag Bloggers
In what ought to go down as the most cliche, most irrelevant, and most groan-inducing article ever to be published at the hands of Philadelphia Magazine, weekly columnist Kelly Rowell craps out a series of tired, gross stereotypes about gay men the likes of which we haven’t read in fucking years....Read the whole thing for yourself, dear readers, if you can stomach it. And if we may address Ms. Rowell directly for a moment: We get it, you’re just now getting to Will & Grace season one on your Netflix queue, but seriously, lady, get with the program. Your own narrow view of the world might still relegate gay guys to the hair salon and the Flower Show, but we’re over that shit and over attitudes like yours. Come the fuck on.
Gail Shister: Where Are All the Straight Men on the Main Line?
Wanted: A beer-drinking, sports-watching bud to hang out with a Main Line lesbian like me
Posted on 6/29/2010 at 8:11AM
My heterosexual colleague Kelly Rowell last week opined about the shortage of gay men on the Main Line. In the interest of fairness, here is a different spin — from a Main Line lesbian. (That would be me.)
The Main Line is lousy with gay men, if you ask me. There’s one in every bikini-wax salon. As for lesbians, been to Narberth lately? It had to be zoned for heterosexuals.
What is truly in short supply on the Main Line is a species I like to call homo heterosexian. For non-scientists, that means “heterosexual man.” Very few of them roam here. Most, sadly, are still in the closet. ....Yes, straight men make a dandy fashion accessory for lesbians. And fashion, as you may have heard, is not our strong suit. To us, dressing up means tie-dying our tool belts. Most of us build our wardrobes at Today’s Man or, in a pinch, Forman Mills. Straight men on the Main Line have much better taste.
I have always had straight men friends, even in nursery school...My lesbian friends on the Main Line are jealous that I have so many straight men pals...So I say to all you closeted straight men on the Main Line, be out and proud! Come on over to Narberth for the annual Adopt-A-Lesbian picnic and hammer throw. You’ll never find better friends.
Kelly Rowell: Gays Wanted on the Main Line
Looking for the right man (or men) for shopping, gossiping, spa-going and black-tie parties
Posted on 6/23/2010 at 7:00AM
There seems to be a shortage of one particular commodity on the Main Line: gay men. I realized this limitation had reached crisis proportions after my birthday party recently when one of my female friends accused me (jokingly, I think) of hogging all the gays. Apparently I have too many gay friends and haven’t been sharing the wealth. To count, there were exactly four gay men present. Not exactly a huge cache.
Gay men have always been great friends as well as hot accessories for women....They enjoy shopping, spas and black-tie events, have great taste, and don’t compete for the same men—hopefully. For married women, they make wonderful platonic companions. They’ll give solid feedback on how your hair or outfit look and fill in where straight men (read: husbands) fall short. They’re right up there with the Birkin bag.
I have always had gay friends. Even before I knew they were gay. Or they knew they were gay. Back in high school in the ’80s, before coming out was cool.....
How much do these two bitches get paid for generating this crapola?