Friday, June 10, 2005

Hillary Clinton touches lesbian, turns into fire-breathing antichrist

In his soon-to-be-published book about Hillary Rodham Clinton, Edward Klein declares that she was "heavily influenced" by a "culture of lesbianism" when she was a student at Wellesley. And just to prove how lesbian-obsessed she really is, when she attended her twenty-fifth reunion, she touched the hair of a woman who was "widely rumored" to be a lesbian.

I'm not sure what a culture of lesbianism is. Perhaps it's this, and if that's the case, does being influenced by it mean you get to have terrific clothes, great apartments and houses, go to lots of parties, and not work too much? Bring it on!

Despite being immersed in lesbian culture, Sen. Clinton, to my knowledge, has yet to write a lesbian-influnced romance novel.

I once touched the hair of a woman who was widely rumored to be a Republican. So far, my hand hasn't fallen off, but I do get tested every year.


EXCELLENT ONE! You got some huge bursts of laughter out of me on this one, doll.

While we're on the subject, you will absolutely LOVE this little nugget, my sister wrote it on her blog a few months back (in-AUGH!-urination day is my guess):

"I cherish the day a few years back when C-Span was covering the book festival on the Mall, known as the National Book Festival and, in an interview with Mrs. Laura Bush, the C-Span moderator asked her who her favorite American Literature author was, and the first ladee of vacanty-goodness answered, to my great delight, "Willa Cather." A long pause followed. Silence. And then, C-Span moderator replies . . . something like, it's interesting you'd choose a lesbian writer... to which Laura of the Lambs, vacant still as evermore but now somehow beyond vacancy, beyond the beyond of all metas, retorts, "I like literature because books are our friends." ... By the way, I am NOT making this stuff up! This truly happened!"

Back to me. Sounds like Hillary's got a gal pal in the Culture of Lesbian department :)

By Blogger Unknown, at 5:18 PM  

My first thought was: What a stupid-ass thing for the interviewer to say. I wish Bush had told her that, but she is hard to bait, and is always busy pretending she is not very bright.

By Blogger Diane, at 5:26 PM  

Despite being immersed in lesbian culture, Sen. Clinton, to my knowledge, has yet to write a lesbian-influnced romance novel.


By Blogger The Heretik, at 10:46 PM  

Wow. "Culture of Lesbianism?" Sounds a hell of a lot better than the Hypoc--er, um,--"Culture of Life."

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:05 PM  

Laura Bush always looks drugged, don't you think? Or maybe she has just perfected the Stepford look.

Yeah, I sort of wish the reporter would have let Laura expound a bit before "outing" her...

And indeed, that Lynne Cheney! Whooo hoooo! Writing a smoldering novel called "Sisters" rife with lesbian love scenes. I haven't read it, 'cause I've never been a fan of romance traish, and can't get through even one page without wanting to barf, but I have seen excerpts. Very steeeeamy.

Of course, it's just more of the same. Homophobic writers nowdays often write these things to further the agenda against gay people. I am SO sick of anything gay being considered an insult. It's rampant in our culture and I find it really disturbing. I do realize that the evangelical facists are mostly to blame but still.

I wonder what Edward Klein would think of Laura's love for Willa Cather or Lynne's bodice-ripper. I think I'll write him and find out! HA ha!

By Blogger Unknown, at 1:18 PM  

I still think the interviewer was way out of line. What relevance could Willa Cather's sexual preference possibly have on the conversation?

But, as I said, Laura Bush is hard to bait. She does have that zoned-out look, as you say. She is known to spend a lot of time alone--either reading or sneaking into the opera and ballet. It totally baffles me that she could be married to the missing link, but I suppose stranger things have happened.

By Blogger Diane, at 2:20 PM  

Lesbian Culture. Ha. Reminds me of a joke from one of my favorite dyke books (Emma Donoghue's Hood):

"Y'know, Lesbian Culture. It's a kind of yogurt!"

(or words to that affect).

Seriously, though, I thought cooties went out in the 5th grade. You can't catch Teh Gay from touching my hair. Jeez.

By Blogger Andygrrl, at 11:54 AM  

Surfing some of the Gay blogs today I stumbled onto your blog. I liked it! Thanks for the posts...

By Blogger jon, at 10:14 AM  

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