Another Bad Review for The Prom; Shawn Mendes Doesn't Understand Anything About Being Gay, Ryan Field Books

Another Bad Review for The Prom

I’m seeing so many of these bad reviews for Ryan Murphy’s, “The Prom,” I don’t think I’ll even bother to watch this one. Frankly, all I have to hear is that it resembles Glee and I’m done. 

Yet to watch how Ryan Murphy and his collaborators turn everything into the cinematic equivalent of loud & proud white noise is more deflating than you can imagine.

Here’s the rest.  The only one who continues to get by unscathed seems to be Meryl Streep and I’m not even sure why. And they all seem to agree that Corden’s performance is questionable. Again, I can’t comment because I didn’t see it, and I probably won’t. 

Shawn Mendes Doesn’t Understand Anything About Being Gay

This story about Shawn Mendes is so typical of the way most people think. And when I read things like this I just want to scream because it’s so stupid and he gets it so wrong. My first thought is why do they even have to speak? 

“For me [speculation about my sexual orientation is] hurtful. I get mad when people assume things about me because I imagine the people who don’t have the support system I have and how that must affect them.”

Here’s more. First, get over yourself you little ding dong. No one really cares about your “sexual orientation.” Second, being gay is NOT about “sexual orientation.” Being gay is not just about sex. Gay people have a completely unique culture and history. We are a marginalized group and in some parts of the world we are still being persecuted for being gay. There are millions of us who are not even having sex and we still haven’t come out of the closet yet. So don’t tell me about your sexual orientation like a ding dong. We don’t need your pity or your praise. All you have to do is say you’re not gay and move on. Plain and simple. 

  Don’t Be Afraid of Virginia’s Woolf



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