Random Thoughts

Always amazes me these mentally ill freaks want everyone to play along with their Grand delusions :righton:


I mean if you have lipstick and dangly earrings on and all that jazz like you are a female it’s not that hard to assume the dude wants to be called as such. No big deal and kind of easy to just make it happen unless you are trying to piss him/her off.

Those are not the ones that drive me nuts. Its the one that dress up like male or female and want to be called by the gender they actually are but dress and look the opposite. It’s like what the fuck are you doing to me. You’re trying to piss me off and start a gender battle aren’t ya. At least this chick isn’t flying off the handle off the bat and yelling at someone from the get go.
 
The '80s must have been a real struggle for you. :pound:
This man sounds suspect….Pauuuuusussseeee

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Not I. Couldn't be me. :pound:

Damn him. :pound:

Bowie had guys dressing like women. Halford had straight guys wearing gay kink attire. Man. Rock & Roll is gay as fuck, ain't it? :pound:

They walked so Corey Taylor could run.
 
Not I. Couldn't be me. :pound:

Damn him. :pound:

Bowie had guys dressing like women. Halford had straight guys wearing gay kink attire. Man. Rock & Roll is gay as fuck, ain't it? :pound:
One of my all-time fav. guitarists still wears a schoolboy outfit at age 68
 
Not I. Couldn't be me. :pound:

Damn him. :pound:

Bowie had guys dressing like women. Halford had straight guys wearing gay kink attire. Man. Rock & Roll is gay as fuck, ain't it? :pound:
Then we get into the whole Dead or Alive era of music… Where Pete Burns went all the way with it.
 
Then we get into the whole Dead or Alive era of music… Where Pete Burns went all the way with it.
Then Marilyn Manson showed up with tits, and that was just a bridge too far. Fucker had no understanding of subtext or ambiguity.
 
Then Marilyn Manson showed up with tits, and that was just a bridge too far. Fucker had no understanding of subtext or ambiguity.
He didn’t bother me as much. He was just going for the “modern day shock rock” thing in a way that was different than your Alice Cooper or Ozzy did.

I guess trying to break away from the Trent Reznor NIN and Jim Rhodes sideshow theme of the early to mid 90’s industrial scene needed a more in your face touch.
 
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