Incredibly funny!Here in the South, for example, the color orange is worn almost exclusively by fans, attendees, and the (rare) graduate of Tennessee and Clemson. For this group the color provides a certain utility. It can be worn to the game on Saturday. It is worn hunting on Sunday. It is worn the rest of the week picking up trash along the highway while out on work release...
You've got to be kidding. I'll go back to the pre-1972 DSM.The implicit assumption of this post, being that homosexuality is a negative and something to be avoided, is distasteful.
Love it! Love it! Love it! This is hilarious!Thats a color a man just should not wear, and if you do then your pretty much telling everyone that your too out of the box. Far out enough to perhaps experiment with homosexuality, not that you wont, but your open to it.
I'm sorry to keep coming back to your replies but this topic is one of import and specificity reigns.
1] I am fully aware that you had no malicious intent in starting this thread and never implied such. Had you I would have answered as a moderator and not a member.
2] I beg to differ with your characterization. I did not term your postulation as disgusting. I used the very specific "ignorant" ... for to ascribe the predjudices of yesteryear to this time is exactly that.
My statement that this thread is not about clothes stands. It is about societal stereotypes. We may presume the man driving the Bentley to be a wealthy Wall Street honcho. Instead, he may well be the auto mechanic or a car thief. That's not about cars; it is about stereotypes.
Although we live in enlightened times, I was wondering if anybody let the Pink/gay stigma bother them? I think this is most likely an American thing as I've never heard it in Europe but growing up in Chicago it was normal and I heard it mentioned twice last time I was there (I wasn't wearing pink at the time). Although I myself don't much care what others think of my choices, it could perhaps be a dangerous misconception in certain U.S. neighborhoods
Of course you can. Actually, we see more dumb questions than any other kind.
This thread was not a question about clothes by any stretch of the imagination.
Thankfully, society has advanced. HIV is now a known factor and efforts at eradication/control/cure are universal. And pink is now considered exactly for what it is - a very soft, beautiful color in which most men look spectacular.
Dr. Andre L. Chruchwell MD- cardiologist, Harvard Alumnus, and professor of medicine at Vanderbilt University. Quick, tell him! He's lived all these years and doesn't even know he may be gay!Thats a color a man just should not wear, and if you do then your pretty much telling everyone that your too out of the box. Far out enough to perhaps experiment with homosexuality, not that you wont, but your open to it.
Congratulations...you've managed to top (no pun intended) all the other posts here that showcase idiocy and homophobia. Well done.Sorry even if Pink is not gay its too much of a statement. Thats a color a man just should not wear, and if you do then your pretty much telling everyone that your too out of the box. Far out enough to perhaps experiment with homosexuality, not that you wont, but your open to it. Atleast thats what Pink says to me.
And this is a close second. Well...might be a tossup between two hopelessly ignorant posters.You've got to be kidding. I'll go back to the pre-1972 DSM.
Yes, my son rooting around the lower intestine of another man is perfectly natural?????? I have some negative attitudes about that.
That being said: pink shirts are fine: kiltie loafers are gay.