From now on (if I remember), I’m going to put a little dot at the end of all my posts which can serve as an “identifier” — I mean, if the LGBTOSTFU can do the rainbow thing, then why can’t I, and people of my persuasion, have their own identifier?  Here it is:

And what does that little bee-like color scheme indicate?

Obviously, it depends on your sex as to which one — women or men — that you’re attracted to.  I, for example, and hopelessly attracted to this kind of (massively heterosexual) woman:




I could go on (and on, and on, and on…) but I think you follow my drift, here.


  1. I’m probably just going to continue to be normal, no identifer necessary. I tend to resist, ignore, and avoid idiocy. Yes, Salma, and lots of her.

  2. I read the Two X Chromosomes titles on Reddit’s front page, but rarely enter the threads, not my cuppa tea. Lately it’s been taken over by trans activists, which I find hilarious–flaming neuroses on display. They fail the prime requirement, having only single X chromosomes. I guess if 2+2=5 nowadays, 1=2 as well.

  3. Gina, Gina, Gina….Until the day I die I will never forget the interview she did with the little effete snot Dick Cavett. He treated her like crap by mocking her, taking advantage of her language skills in English. All while he had that smirk on his face and giggling like a school girl.

    1. Ironic that Dick Cavett’s name comes up in the context of fulsome ladies and gender identity.

      He was Beta way before we were saddled with Alan Alda and a host of other girly-men.

    1. “Superstraight” means you (deplorably) continue to use the old-fashioned pronouns: he/she, him/her, his/hers. Also: Mr./Mrs./Miss., “homosexual” and not “gay”, etc.

  4. The colors of both my prep school and university were orange and black. I bleed orange and black.
    In couture it is well known that orange and black goes with everything.

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