Feb 18, 2008 5:44 PM GMT
RunintheCity saidC'mon guys. He's not everyone's cup of tea. But he has every right to be as out there as he likes. It's America after all. Furthermore, while he's in no way representative of the sum total of gay people or society,
he is visible. Clearly a little unhinged, but nonetheless unafraid. Forcing the larger straight culture to examine/question ideas about sexuality, gender and more.
He doesn't scare me - I'm not threatened by him or his gender-coded expressions. A straight or gay man feeling threatened by his less than linear masculine/feminine demeanor should ask himself why he's threatened by this.
As I like to tell straight men who express fear of homosexuality or gay men afraid of male femininity - you can't be hurt by the gay or the femme. Only by a fist in the face.
irishkcguy saidWhy do people want to be famous at all costs?
RunintheCityMadonna - Drowned World / Substitute For Love Lyrics
PhxAriz08 saidChris is very disgusting (turn off). He don't represent gay people...
RBY71 saidHe might be crazy, but the world needs a little funny harmless crazy to balance out the bad scary crazy. I don't pay regular attention to him, but I get a good laugh when I do.