First, let’s get this straight: Most football players are totally gay. This has been proven by science. Fetal testosterone levels above a certain amount cause male gayness, and also cause changes in growth patterns of fingers. So we can see which men got Teh Dose (of testosterone) while in utero by looking at their fingers. And from this we know that as we move from regular guy to more athletic guy to super athletic guy, we pass through the “gay” phase. Gay men’s dose level is typically between regular athlete and super athlete. Therefore, all super athletes are gay. I am not making this up.
However, “super athletics” among men in our culture is also linked to anti-gay attitudes. This is obviously a problem. This was not a problem for the Ancient Greeks and it has not been a problem for every single culture, but it is obviously a problem for American Culture. The fact is that most super athletes …. especially football players … are homosexuals who are required to not ever admit their gayness AND must appear to be anti-gay at every opportunity. This is a big problem.
In fact, we saw, in yesterday’s Super Bowl, that this can lead to a strong sense of frustration. Holding, personal fouls, and overall aggressive play were cranked up to the highest levels. You were seeing some serious homo-phobic-frustration playing out on that field yesterday.
Meanwhile, there were the commercials. Some of them were pretty funny, some fell flat. But among those you did NOT see during this game was at least one gay-rights commercial that was not allowed by the NFL because it was too gay.
A gay marriage equality group says a local Los Angeles TV station refused to run a same-sex marriage ad during Super Bowl programming on the advise of the National Football League.
GetToKnowUsFirst.org said Monday that it was informed Friday that the ad, featuring a gay family, was rejected by KNBC after the station showed the ad to the NFL Legal Department.
The group said that it was told the NFL considered the ad “advocacy,” a category which the NFL says it excludes.
Clearly, “De Nile” is not just a river in Africa any more.
Good game, though.