Let's have a round of applause for Alabama state Rep. Patricia Todd, the state's only openly gay legislator, who is trying yet again to delete a particularly idiotic provision of Alabama's sex education law. Currently, state law requires sex ed classes to teach, inaccurately, that gay sexytime is a "criminal offense." While it's true that "homosexual acts" are a Class A misdemeanor under Alabama's sexual misconduct statutes, that law was invalidated in 2003 by the Supreme Court's
Friend of mine grew up in Mobile. Until she moved to California, she thought gun racks were standard on a pickup truck.
I just want to state right here that if you look at my family tree, the same names turn up a few times. (Small pioneer area, 200 years ago). That being said, we are not insane. (oh wait... there&#039;s Aunt #1... Aunt #2.... my mom&#039;s a bit odd.... never mind)
Totally OT, but my eye was caught by the headline &quot;High school principal suspended for playing &lsquo;The Terminator&rsquo; in video&quot;. No word of a lie, my principal played that role back in 1990 in a student video. It was pretty stupid, and it was freakishly hot in the gym when it was shown at the end of the year assembly, but the question must be asked: what is with principals playing the terminator?
All I can remember is my Grade 8 gym teacher bitching about hot pants so short that pubic hairs were sticking out. (Yes, it was the early 70&#039;s. I am an oldz)
Depends on your definitions of dirty and correct.
Why do they have to single out gay sexytime when they&#039;re teaching abstinence only?
It&#039;s things like this that reveal them to not only be morons (abstinence only) but mean-spiritied ones (no gays).
More importantly, they&#039;re future fractional congressional districts, and potential streams of Federal revenues.
Actually, exposure to pink ponies is all it takes to become gay.
I wonder if displaying those 18 might, perhaps, reveal any geographic pattern to them... just a hunch...
What no South Carolina or Mis&#039;sippi?
The weird thing is, when it comes to TV scheduling, their reactions pretty much force one to the conclusion that they believe that somehow merely hearing about the existence of homo sex will turn a nice straight young boy into a ravenous cockmuncher instantaneously.
So why are they bringing it up?
Brunch is another poorly kept secret of the gay agenda.
I think SC got their regular shout out yesterday with the continuing adventures of Appalachia Sanford.