gays and digestive anomalies

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« “Seeing men in suits on the news kissing makes me what to throw up”, I heard on the phone today.  The first time I saw men kiss was probably during my college years in Columbus, Ohio circa 1984, and I did have some uneasy sense that may be been described as nausea or some broad category of digestive anomaly.  Last night I had dinner at a Peru restaurant in the barrio with my wife, and an employee began mopping at the far end of the restaurant as we were ready to leave, and the cleaning chemical smell hastened our exit, but the table next to us had full plates on their table.  Does anyone have good reason to complain about the unappetizing smell?  We solved our problem by a quick exit, but it would have been a no-win situation if our timing had been different, because a request to stop the mopping comes with the sense that creating appetizing conditions for my meal delays a worker’s quitting time, which is unappetizing.  Taking the food to go is another option, and since we were a block from home that would have been a good choice.  The digestive trouble that comes with seeing men kissing may have contributed to the delay in equality, and even though we’ve advance, gays will still be penalized, because of someone else’s digestive troubles.  ONE: We solve these claims of digestive anomalies by a societal suppression of male homosexuality  TWO: We have the people with digestive trouble get over it.  Gays cannot be accountable for smooth digestion, because even on their best behavior people still throw up.  Bravo – US Supreme Court – it’s gay pride week, and this hetero is proud to be and American. »» about me 201-490-9659 Erika mortified contact us

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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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1 Response to gays and digestive anomalies

  1. Hahaha! The way your mind works never ceases to amaze me. Thank you for this perspective. You’ve expanded my knowledge of bodily signals. I never thought about whether my stomach turned at the sight of men kissing. I know it makes me uncomfortable, but digestion isn’t what the discomfort reminds me of. Shoot, it’s been so long since I’ve been kissed, I just think, “Pick me, pick me!”


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