They also had nothing to do with Republican hypocrisy on gay marriage. Joy also opposed gay marriage at the time. She gleefully accused people of being gay and posted a number of questionable things.
Using your media platform to out people you think is gay to get clicks has nothing to do with Republicans hypocrisy on gay marriage.
Joy re-posted this "reidblog classics" at the end of the year for her readers’ enjoyment.
Again a post that serves no purpose and has nothing to do with politics or Republicans’ position on gay marriage.
She says part of the intrinsic nature of straightness is that gay sex is gross, that most straight people feel that way.
He was an advocate for compassion, tolerance, and acceptance and a proponent of LGBTQ+ rights.
These screenshots were taken before it came down
Joy’s blog: “Does that make me homophobic? Probably.”
She blames PC culture for straight people not being allowed to call gay sex gross but allowing gay people to say the opposite.
She says the West needs to come to grips with intolerance. Says you can’t legislate acceptance of things people abhor.
For some strange reason Joy posts a link to an article that claims Crist was involved in gay sex parties with Mark Foley.
She then mocks the lesbian haircuts of the directors of NOW and GLAAD.
Again, no reason to make gay references if you want to write about McCain and Bush.
(Not a post about Republican hypocrisy or opposition to gay marriage)
Joy says it is human nature to expect romantic pairings to be male female.
She says Dems shouldn’t push for a progressive agenda that includes gay rights, because it will turn off white working class Reagan Democrats
She can't understand who is going to see it since she imagines everyone would be turned off by it.
About the Oscars Joy wrote Hollywood was jonesing to affirm gay people that year.
According to Joy it’s @RickSantorum. She says he should run off to Vermont with Ken Mehlman.
Instead of just writing about Barney Frank and AIG, she says the story proves gay men can be tough guys.
The list includes Oprah, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Whoopi, Whitney Houston, Prince Andrew, Troy Aikmen, Orlando Bloom, and Richard Gere among others.