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06/27/2009

While we were away: Aussie Mike misspelled 'dyke'

by Jeremy Hooper

During our two week vacation, this arrived in the G-A-Y mailbag:

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This writer's one and only reaction: My preferred bedroom positions actually do not facilitate pillow and mouth contact. And even if they did allow for such chomp downs, my Tempur-Pedic pillow was too expensive to treat with such oral enmity.

But thanks, Mike, for exemplifying the anti-gay community's never-ending fascination with all things gay sex-related. The absurdity of that phenomenon would lead us gays to uncontrollably laugh into our pillows if the associated ill treatment didn't so fully cause us to scream into the same.

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if I remember theatre history class "dike" (pronounced DEEk-eh) is actually greek for "Justice". I remember because I amused myself for minutes saying under my breath "dike dyke, the lesbian of justice!"

Posted by: Jason D | Jun 28, 2009 10:47:00 AM

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