WEEK IN COMMENTS

COMMENTS: Adam Lambert’s Flip-Flopping, Porn-Star Murderers, Dharun Ravi’s Apology, And More

Time for the Queerty Week in Comments, with the most compelling, thought-provoking or just downright bitchy comments that came directly from you, the readers!

“I have a better idea: Lets put an electric fence around North Carolina and shove all the religious nutjobs inside. They can breed themselves out of existence. The stupid runs deep in the Bible Belt.”

Ron Jackson wants to fight fire with fire, in MD Pastor One-Ups Worley By Saying His “Flesh Agrees” With Killing Gays


“[Luka] Magnotta is part of the grubby and vile porn industry. Many porn performers—I refuse to call them stars—are unbalanced individuals with drug problems.”

jason has some unkind words to say about the adult-film industry, in Canadian Gay Porn Star Wanted For Murder – And This One Is A Doozy 

 

“You can’t fault one church for the actions of another. There are some hateful people out there and with all the hate and killing talk being made by some of the stupid preachers, we need all the support we can get.

That, along with buying a gun and keeping it near.”

Macmantoo reacts to Our Hearts Are With You’s “apology” in PHOTO: Church Launches Billboard Apologizing For NC’s Amendment One

 

“Lambert’s fanbase is mainly obsessive straight girls–witness them descend here in their hordes should anyone say anything negative about him (usually telling “us” with a degree of condescension they’re clearly oblivious to that we should be embracing gay stars whether their music is shit or not). It’s funny how he never mentioned that obsessive and irrational element of his fanbase when he was criticizing gay men for not supporting him.

This statement is just like the “Oh, I’m not a gay singer–I’m just a singer (or whatever) who happens to be gay” rubbish. … What a bland empty platitude. Still, good for him. I hope his success continues. He seems a bit better than most of the crap out there…”

Lefty seems to think Glambert is “trespassing,” in Adam Lambert: “Music Doesn’t Have An Orientation”  

 

“Since [Tyler Clementi] was in the closet to most people, including his parents, his parents are way more responsible for the circumstances surrounding his death than Ravi was. People don’t commit suicide because of one incident. His perception of what people’s reaction to him having gay sex would have been says a lot about the home he was raised in.”

TJ thinks there’s plenty of blame to go around, in BREAKING: Clementi Family Rejects “Apology” As Ravi Marches To Jail