No J-Lo this spring concert season. But you can see Ri-Co!
Fleetwood Mac is on a tour this spring, bringing Rumours back to a national stage. The Eagles will also be hauling their "Lyin' Eyes" to the American public. And of course Miss Britney has a "Toxic" tune that she'd like to share.
But those acts aren't the only ones packing up the vans and traversing the country. Professional "ex-gay," pillow beater, and F'ed up children's book writer Richard Cohen also has some homo-hitting hits to share:
Richard Cohen tour [PFOX]
Finally! All this time we thought Ri-Co was only a studio musician who couldn't perform live. It's nice that he wants to prove his sexuality-chopping chops in a concert setting. It will be good for those who have a tendency to act like torch-wielding mobs to instead wave lighters in the air.
Though boys, don't plan on tailgating before any of Richard's shows. He has a very strict policy against males placing wieners anywhere near any backdoors.
**SEE ALSO: BoxTurtleBulletin is covering this
Unbelievable. Too bad "Springtime for Hitler" is copyrighted. :)
PS Jeremy, I sent you a link to an interesting study I saw.
Posted by: Jamie | Feb 26, 2009 9:24:11 AM
Not him again. I like to poke fun and expose the lies of the religious right, but even HE is too easy
Posted by: a. mcewen | Feb 26, 2009 11:45:16 AM
Alvin: I find it interesting that PFOX is the one promoting him.
Posted by: G-A-Y | Feb 26, 2009 11:48:41 AM
Not that I would actually suggest that ANYONE do this, of course, but...
I can't help but wonder how funny it might be to arrange for him to do an engagement somewhere, only to find out once he's actually on-stage, that he's there under false pretences, like, say, maybe to take part in a panel discussion with other, more reputable professionals in the psychology/therapy field than himself. Have the press there to witness the whole thing, film it for posterity, etc....
Posted by: JWSwift | Feb 26, 2009 2:35:16 PM
well that's the last bit of PFOX's credibility gone out of the window. I guess those constant rebukes from legitimate researchers and physicians whose work the organization misused finally drove it crazy.
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