When you’re a millionaire athlete, you can afford to cut your own glory hole into a mirror and do whatever comes naturally when checking yourself out in the mirror. And you can do it while posing for a pictorial for not-so-noted fag mag DETAILS, the magazine for guys that don’t realize they’re gay yet. From the New York Post (thanks, John):
The mag captures A-Rod’s essence, with pictures of him smooching his own reflection, stretching his toned muscles on a bare mattress and brooding seductively for the camera.
Despite being one of the most recognizable men in the city, A-Rod told Details – in an issue that hits newsstands a week from today – that he enjoys taking the subway to Yankee Stadium, usually on Fridays. “For night games . . . the day to do it is a Friday, because traffic is horrible,” he said.
That’s also when the trannies make themselves available. Those girls only like to work on weekends. It’s the only time they can get time away from their busy jobs on Wall Street. And we wonder why the economy is all buggered.
6. Gay Male
Literal meaning: Obvious.
Using the term “gay” as an adjective where the meaning is akin to “related to homosexual people, culture, or homosexuality in general” is a widely accepted use of the word. By contrast, using “gay” in the pejorative sense, to describe something solely as negative, can cause offense.
Popular Advocates: Gay dudes.
11. Sex With Nuns
Literal Meaning: Obvious.
A Nun is a woman who has taken special vows committing her to a religious life. She may be an ascetic who voluntarily chooses to leave mainstream society and live her life in prayer and contemplation in a monastery or convent. The term “nun” is applicable to Roman Catholics, Eastern Christians, Anglicans, Lutherans, Jains, Buddhists, and Taoists, for example. While in common usage the terms nun and sister are often used interchangeably, properly speaking a nun is a female religious who lives a contemplative life of prayer and meditation within a monastery while a sister (in the Christian religions) lives an active vocation of service to the needy, sick, poor, and uneducated.