"This essay is an outré, madness, a tragic, cruel fantasy, an eruption of inner rage, on how the oppressed desperately dream of being the oppressor."
In fact, a "shocked, so very very shocked" congressperson read the article in the Congressional Record in 1989. Funny thing, though, the opening disclaimer was deliberately omitted.
According to this drama queen, the evil heteros forget the "Thooper Important" first line of the essay.
Just as the homosexual agenda takes everything Rush, or Beck, or a tv show, or a comedian says out of context, I, too then will decry, and denounce, and be offended at the fact that they said those words at all, whether they meant them or not!
Until I actually see, with my own eyes, an original print version, (which as a straight male, I NEVER will, thank you very much) I choose not to believe that first line ever existed. In reality, even if it did, it would be the least important line in the entire girlymanifesto.
I’m with you Captain, it’s pretty sick stuff no matter what is omitted. I’m shocked one of the sick bastards actually put their gay propaganda fantasy down on paper. Don’t they realize that the parts don’t fit!
Damn excrement chasers.