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  • Noeton

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    Jan 23, 2015 5:41 AM GMT
    pazzy saidanother outlet with another white gay person pulling the race card, the directors of that tv show.. trying to make the gay experience into some all white shit. the same with magazine publications and etc. they might as well replace the rainbow and put a white streak... folks probably would be dumb enough to mistake it for semen anyway since folks like to think about sex a lot.

    i'm really tired of these offbrand garbage claiming that they're representing all gay people when they're only representing white gay men. yes, us gay blacks, asians, indians, native americans, and etc males exist too but yet we're treated as if we don't exist. looking, queerisfolk.... same old bullshit and they call it groundbreaking.. to who?

    my thing is if folks are only going to represent a certain segment of the gay population, say that. don't claim that it's LGBT when your main characters focus on one segment of that shit.

    can't relate to any of those folks.


    So, in other words, you are whichever one is the biggest drama queen who tries to spoil the fun? (I don't know which one... never saw the show.)
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    Jan 23, 2015 5:53 AM GMT
    pazzy said
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    pazzy saidanother outlet with another white gay person pulling the race card, the directors of that tv show.. trying to make the gay experience into some all white shit. the same with magazine publications and etc. they might as well replace the rainbow and put a white streak... folks probably would be dumb enough to mistake it for semen anyway since folks like to think about sex a lot.

    i'm really tired of these offbrand garbage claiming that they're representing all gay people when they're only representing white gay men. yes, us gay blacks, asians, indians, native americans, and etc males exist too but yet we're treated as if we don't exist. looking, queerisfolk.... same old bullshit and they call it groundbreaking.. to who?

    my thing is if folks are only going to represent a certain segment of the gay population, say that. don't claim that it's LGBT when your main characters focus on one segment of that shit.

    can't relate to any of those folks.


    So, in other words, you are whichever one is the biggest drama queen who tries to spoil the fun? (I don't know which one... never saw the show.)


    what fun? i'm just sick and tired of the seeing folks putting the same old representations of the LGBT community then acting like it's supposed to represent all of us.

    me, i'm getting at the fact that there's no diversity on the show. hell, i'm willing to bet that most people can't even relate to half of the characters on that shit anyways because it's probably about some uppity ass folks with money.


    Dude.....you sound more and more like some old bitter lady who thinks everything in the world is bad. It's a fucking TV SHOW. What the fuck do you want? Each cast member to be a different race? I don't hear you bitching about the all Black shows. Ever heard of BET? How is that representative of real life? You got this crazy idea that everything in life is supposed to be represented in rainbow colors and 100% fair all the time, but life just ain't like that. I'm surprised you haven't figured this out yet.
  • Noeton

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    Jan 23, 2015 5:55 AM GMT
    pazzy said
    Noeton said
    pazzy saidanother outlet with another white gay person pulling the race card, the directors of that tv show.. trying to make the gay experience into some all white shit. the same with magazine publications and etc. they might as well replace the rainbow and put a white streak... folks probably would be dumb enough to mistake it for semen anyway since folks like to think about sex a lot.

    i'm really tired of these offbrand garbage claiming that they're representing all gay people when they're only representing white gay men. yes, us gay blacks, asians, indians, native americans, and etc males exist too but yet we're treated as if we don't exist. looking, queerisfolk.... same old bullshit and they call it groundbreaking.. to who?

    my thing is if folks are only going to represent a certain segment of the gay population, say that. don't claim that it's LGBT when your main characters focus on one segment of that shit.

    can't relate to any of those folks.


    So, in other words, you are whichever one is the biggest drama queen who tries to spoil the fun? (I don't know which one... never saw the show.)


    what fun? i'm just sick and tired of the seeing folks putting the same old representations of the LGBT community then acting like it's supposed to represent all of us.

    me, i'm getting at the fact that there's no diversity on the show. hell, i'm willing to bet that most people can't even relate to half of the characters on that shit anyways because it's probably about some uppity ass folks with money.... that happened to find their soulmates or whatever. it's bullshit.


    Didn't even read it... But, hey, try the "new topic" button sometime.
  • Noeton

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    Jan 23, 2015 6:07 AM GMT
    Wow... still new to this stuff... got to give that 'ignore his posts' link a try for the first time! icon_cool.gif

    Edit: works like a charm.
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    Jan 23, 2015 9:28 AM GMT
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  • Malan

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    Jan 23, 2015 12:11 PM GMT
    pazzy saidanother outlet with another white gay person pulling the race card, the directors of that tv show.. trying to make the gay experience into some all white shit. the same with magazine publications and etc. they might as well replace the rainbow and put a white streak... folks probably would be dumb enough to mistake it for semen anyway since folks like to think about sex a lot.

    i'm really tired of these offbrand garbage claiming that they're representing all gay people when they're only representing white gay men. yes, us gay blacks, asians, indians, native americans, and etc males exist too but yet we're treated as if we don't exist. looking, queerisfolk.... same old bullshit and they call it groundbreaking.. to who?

    my thing is if folks are only going to represent a certain segment of the gay population, say that. don't claim that it's LGBT when your main characters focus on one segment of that shit.

    can't relate to any of those folks.


    Sorry you're receiving flak for what are some VERY relevant points. Thank you for putting this out there. I can only try to empathise since I am part of the white privileged few who are being represented (even though I am not American).

    Let the truth be heard!
  • Antarktis

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    Jan 23, 2015 1:41 PM GMT
    Why not watch noah's ark then.
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    Jan 23, 2015 4:50 PM GMT
    My fiancé & I really like the series. We've caught each segment & found them to be well done, well written, directed, acted, photographed - everything good. As for who we relate to - I'd say we mostly are like the character Patrick, with aspects of the Australian guy too.
  • BlackRussian1...

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    Jan 23, 2015 5:34 PM GMT
    It's odd that this show, set in SF, wouldn't have ONE Asian character. Hmmm.
  • ZakSayWhat

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    Jan 23, 2015 7:12 PM GMT
    none of em.
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    Jan 23, 2015 7:52 PM GMT
    I was initially excited for this show, but after watching the first couple of episodes I just couldn't continue. The characters, while well-acted, were simply boring. I found myself not caring about their lives. The only thing the show does extremely well is show off beautiful, quirky San Francisco.

    I'm none of them.
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    Jan 24, 2015 1:37 AM GMT
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    6% of the population in SF is black . In other words 6 black guys in a cast of 100. Asians are 30% , so 1.5 in a cast of 5 . So there should be an Asian. Richy looks just like an ex who is filipino. That counts as a Pacific Islander.
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    Jan 24, 2015 1:49 AM GMT
    SF79 saidI was initially excited for this show, but after watching the first couple of episodes I just couldn't continue. The characters, while well-acted, were simply boring. I found myself not caring about their lives. The only thing the show does extremely well is show off beautiful, quirky San Francisco.

    I'm none of them.


    I have to agree. The characters just don't appeal to me. It just seems like the same storylines... (yawn)
  • Eli_jah

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    Jan 24, 2015 2:21 AM GMT
    I'm most like Richie, with a dash of Agustin, personality wise.
  • tennsjock

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    Jan 24, 2015 2:25 AM GMT
    woodfordr said
    SF79 saidI was initially excited for this show, but after watching the first couple of episodes I just couldn't continue. The characters, while well-acted, were simply boring. I found myself not caring about their lives. The only thing the show does extremely well is show off beautiful, quirky San Francisco.

    I'm none of them.


    I have to agree. The characters just don't appeal to me. It just seems like the same storylines... (yawn)


    Same. It's well done, and the acting's good. Maybe a realistic dramatization of some people's lives. But not mine.
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    Jan 24, 2015 3:13 AM GMT
    pazzy said
    Malan said
    pazzy saidanother outlet with another white gay person pulling the race card, the directors of that tv show.. trying to make the gay experience into some all white shit. the same with magazine publications and etc. they might as well replace the rainbow and put a white streak... folks probably would be dumb enough to mistake it for semen anyway since folks like to think about sex a lot.

    i'm really tired of these offbrand garbage claiming that they're representing all gay people when they're only representing white gay men. yes, us gay blacks, asians, indians, native americans, and etc males exist too but yet we're treated as if we don't exist. looking, queerisfolk.... same old bullshit and they call it groundbreaking.. to who?

    my thing is if folks are only going to represent a certain segment of the gay population, say that. don't claim that it's LGBT when your main characters focus on one segment of that shit.

    can't relate to any of those folks.


    Sorry you're receiving flak for what are some VERY relevant points. Thank you for putting this out there. I can only try to empathise since I am part of the white privileged few who are being represented (even though I am not American).

    Let the truth be heard!


    thank you. a lot of the guys that get defensive towards what i said obviously do not understand the problem going on here.

    what's happening is you have some of these ignorant gay folks with some power in their hands actually claiming that they're setting the collective group forward when they're only focusing on a certain population and ignoring the others because to them, they don't matter because they don't look or come from the same background as they are. of course, you have plenty of white guys who don't give a fuck because they benefit from that obviously.

    for many people looking from outside in and this is very sad, you have folks actually thinking that "gay" is synonymous with white men in the western hemisphere simply because of how the overrepresentation in the media. our media is quite large to the point where the whole globe sees it. there may be a lot of gay white men in the united states but they are not the entire world representation of lgbt or for that matter, the entire representation of lgbt in the united states. it's really disheartening having to pick up a gay magazine and basically see nothing but white men in there. i really don't care what individuals want to do. if they want to be racist all they want, then they have the right to be. i'm just holding the folks at the top like the gay magazine owners, tv directors and etc accountable for promoting this shit.


    pazzy, my friend, you and I have been down this road before, but I guess it bears repeating: It's not what you say. It's how you say it. Cut the vulgarity and don't sound so hostile in your responses. You alienate people right off the bat and win no arguments or garner no allies.
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    Jan 24, 2015 6:05 AM GMT
    None.I think season 2 is almost as boring as Season 1.Do gay men really write this stuff?The main problem is the character of Patrick.He has no depth and is goofy.His Latino man however I like.
  • Antarktis

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    Jan 24, 2015 2:36 PM GMT
    pazzy said
    Antarktis saidWhy not watch noah's ark then.
    all gay programming seems to like to take the lowest common denominator, and fly it was. A normality

    noah's arc too is garbage. another flawed gay theme tv show except with black characters. same bullshit. really, they're all the same. it's that noah's arc was created to be a response to the lack of diversity in terms of gay programming where there really was no gay programming. to me, none of these shows capture the gay experience or make us out to be regular people. yes, they're fictional and entertainment BUT the directors and producers try so hard to "claim" that they represent the lgbt community as a whole when it's really based off of bullshit stereotypes and generalizations. these shows also unintentionally shows the problems within the lgbt community by reflecting the ignorance of the directors. according to the director of noah's arc, there's no such thing as masculine gay black men. if they are, they're "ashamed" of their sexuality where they have to compensate. basically calling them closet cases or as he like to put it "homo thugs". all the characters on that show were basically over the top stereotypes.

    the fact that some folks mention BET clearly shows that they aren't aware of BET's programming which is also trash. basically stereotypes, offensive bullshit and trash. BET basically insults its "targeted audience" and has been doing so for the last 15 how many years.


    honestly, i cannot relate to any of these tv shows. yes, others may relate to the characters of those shows but the premise of the shows in themselves are flawed. they "claim" to represent folks in the lgbt community when they don't.

  • Antarktis

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    Jan 24, 2015 2:45 PM GMT
    pazzy said
    Antarktis saidWhy not watch noah's ark then.
    all gay programming seems to like to take the lowest common denominator, and fly it was. A normality

    noah's arc too is garbage. another flawed gay theme tv show except with black characters. same bullshit. really, they're all the same. it's that noah's arc was created to be a response to the lack of diversity in terms of gay programming where there really was no gay programming. to me, none of these shows capture the gay experience or make us out to be regular people. yes, they're fictional and entertainment BUT the directors and producers try so hard to "claim" that they represent the lgbt community as a whole when it's really based off of bullshit stereotypes and generalizations. these shows also unintentionally shows the problems within the lgbt community by reflecting the ignorance of the directors. according to the director of noah's arc, there's no such thing as masculine gay black men. if they are, they're "ashamed" of their sexuality where they have to compensate. basically calling them closet cases or as he like to put it "homo thugs". all the characters on that show were basically over the top stereotypes.

    the fact that some folks mention BET clearly shows that they aren't aware of BET's programming which is also trash. basically stereotypes, offensive bullshit and trash. BET basically insults its "targeted audience" and has been doing so for the last 15 how many years.


    honestly, i cannot relate to any of these tv shows. yes, others may relate to the characters of those shows but the premise of the shows in themselves are flawed. they "claim" to represent folks in the lgbt community when they don't.

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    Jan 24, 2015 5:39 PM GMT
    WickedRyan saidNone.I think season 2 is almost as boring as Season 1.Do gay men really write this stuff?The main problem is the character of Patrick.He has no depth and is goofy.His Latino man however I like.


    Half the posts on here whine about real life interfaces with guys like Patrick so I think he is representative of a big chunk of guy culture. Grindrr is well populated with them.
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    Jan 24, 2015 11:42 PM GMT
    pazzy saidanother outlet with another white gay person pulling the race card, the directors of that tv show.. trying to make the gay experience into some all white shit. the same with magazine publications and etc. they might as well replace the rainbow and put a white streak... folks probably would be dumb enough to mistake it for semen anyway since folks like to think about sex a lot.

    i'm really tired of these offbrand garbage claiming that they're representing all gay people when they're only representing white gay men. yes, us gay blacks, asians, indians, native americans, and etc males exist too but yet we're treated as if we don't exist. looking, queerisfolk.... same old bullshit and they call it groundbreaking.. to who?

    my thing is if folks are only going to represent a certain segment of the gay population, say that. don't claim that it's LGBT when your main characters focus on one segment of that shit.

    can't relate to any of those folks.


    I agree with you. I just started watching it on DVD this week and it's fun to see all the SF locations I am familiar with, but the story lines and characters (thus far) are really stereotypical and unrepresentative of the "community," assuming there is one in the first place. I never watched much of Queer as Folk, but at least it had a somewhat surreal edge to it that made it clear the show was pure fiction.
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    Jan 25, 2015 1:27 AM GMT
    I'm black





























    So none of them.
  • Antarktis

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    Jan 25, 2015 2:14 AM GMT
    Im not in a position to qualify. The keepers pass through here out of boredom. Most opinions are vain striving for attention. Go fight. I'll place odds.
  • Rene_Aensland

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    Jan 25, 2015 3:04 AM GMT
    Meh...none, in real life they would have been riddled with STD's already.

    No thanks, I'll stick to my guys.