Queer Guy Gets Revenge By Having Sex With Bully’s Dad
Now this is how you do revenge. Unfortunately, it’s not real. It’s part of an act by an unheard of new performer named Nathan Pearson.
In the routine, he plays the role of ‘David’: someone who comes across an old high school bully in the home of one of his sexual conquests. It turns out he’s just had sex with the father of his old tormentor.
You can read more, and watch the video, here. This routine seems to have sparked a discussion about the way gay guys get bullied and many are leaving comments on You Tube and talking about their own experiences.
One person in the comments of this article pointed out that it’s also bottom shaming. Of course it’s comedy, but it could have been done in a clever way without the bottom shaming. This is why the best comedians are always smart.
Body Image Issues In the Gay Community
Admittedly, I’ve always been body conscious. I don’t eat carbs , I workout and hike/run daily, and I’m conscious about remaining a 32 inch waist. I’m also 6 feet 2 inches tall and that’s where I feel the most comfortable. And my body’s not perfect by any means. I’m just aware of the way I want to look and feel. So I’m not sure that’s an issue, at least not for me. Working out, running, and hiking makes me feel good.
But everyone’s different, and this is obviously an ongoing issue for some gay men.
When I asked if any of my gay male followers had battled body image issues, someone responded: “That’s literally all of us, surely.”
You can read it all, here. I don’t think this sort of thing is exclusive to the gay or bi community. The thing that bothers me is that there are so many misconceptions about diet and nutrition. I wish someone would do a piece about that.
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