HORRIBLE PEOPLE

GOProud’s Conserva-Hag Ann Coulter Can’t Answer A Simple Gay Question

GOProud poster girl Ann Coulter is a fucking horrible person. No, that’s not editorializing.

She’s racist, sexist, and anti-education. She thinks homos will fag up the army after the DADT repeal and worries that millions of queers will one day topple America (we wish). But for having so many opinions, the waify conservative could not even answer Piers Morgan’s simple question about her feelings on possibly having a gay child.

It’s classical anti-gay rhetoric: don’t like the question? Just sidestep it and attempt to reframe the discussion. Either claim that the question is out of bounds or just plain unimportant.

She ducks the question by saying that she can’t even imagine being married—to which Morgan richly responds, “Haven’t you been engaged three times?” Why any prince would pass up this toad of a woman is beyond us.

She then goes onto say that she doesn’t write about herself, she writes about social policies. Or in other words, she writes her batshit crazy ideas but cannot speak about their real-world implications.

The public face of GOProud, ladies and gentlemen.

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59 Comments

  • Politically Incorrect Thug

    Way to go, Queerty: Demonize every ally we ever might have. You know, just so that we make sure the entire fucking world despises us.

  • Mark

    @Politically Incorrect Thug
    In now way could this thundercunt EVER be considered an ally of LGBT people.

  • Joe

    @Politically Incorrect Thug: You’re right that sometimes we gays are way to judgey and push our own allies away. But I think even with the crap we take every day we still have the self-respect to know that when it comes to Ann Coulter as an ally- Gays can do Better! Because our allies aren’t white conservatives that will accept the white conservative gays that toe the party line, our allies should be people of color, feminists, differently-abled folks. You know, the people who have such similar experiences to us and struggle just like us- not Ann F****** Coulter.

  • atypicalG

    Being criticized for not answering a hypothetical question? THAT is stupid.

  • randy

    Ally? She is against repeal of DADT, against marriage equality, and doesn’t think gays should be too ‘gay’ in public.

    BS on writing only about social policies — she never hesitates to personally attack anyone she dislikes. She puts the spotlight on everyone else, but doesn’t like it on herself. Boohoo.

  • delurker

    @randy: gay conservatives have a weird way of defining ‘ally.’ they set the bar really low for conservatives. if another conservative doesn’t want to jail gays for being gay, that person is practically a gay icon who should be applauded at every turn. so we can’t criticize the horrid shit that comes out their mouths on a daily basis. that would be shitting on an ‘ally.’

    gay con logic. dotcha love it? :)

  • Shannon1981

    @Politically Incorrect Thug: Ann Coulter? And LGBT Ally? When is the last time you took your medication? Though the folks at the home were religiously making sure you wouldn’t skip doses anymore…guess I thought wrong.

  • delurker

    @Shannon1981: see my post above. Ann talks about how some of her best friends are swishy gay guys. See, she’s not so bad! [/gay conservative]

  • Michael

    @delurker: She’s not so bad??? WTF? She obviously would have a problem having a gay kid so this is “not so bad”? What’s your idea of ‘bad’? Someone who would drive their kid to commit suicide? Oh wait, that’d be Ann Coulter… It’s like saying “The devil really isn’t that bad…”

  • Shannon1981

    @delurker: LMAO. Uncle Toms piss me off, crack me up, and scare me.

  • christoball13

    I don’t understand why certain members of the LGBT community incestuously despise people and/or groups like GoProud. If you do not understand that they are gay and trying to further gay rights then I suggest reading their mission statement and guiding values. Maybe an analogy will help make things a tad bit clearer. I will compare this group to that of a missionary or an ambassador. They are in a hostile and foreign land. One some levels they relate to this culture, they understand the culture and can speak the language. You do not so it makes very little since for you to criticize. One cannot use the same tactics and methods that are used for the Democratic Party, which now thanks to the Human Rights Campaign is very miniscual. Obviously change will not be seen right away for conservatives but our brothers and sisters are working diligently towards securing a pathway for equality, they are plant these seeds in conservatives. There is strength in unity and cohesion, regardless of differences. A growing number of younger LGBT people are leaning away from the Democratic Party and in a few years the numbers will only grow. You might want to embrace diverisity before it is too late and you look completely ridiculous

  • Shannon1981

    @Michael: delurker was being snarky…hence the [/gay conservative] at the end. its how you indicate special characterization in html, and a way to denote snark in written form.

  • delurker

    @Michael: erm, my post was snark at the gay cons who adore her. like any sane person, i think she’s horrid.

  • Jason

    This thundercunt also dated a nasty, rotten Indian-born conservative (the execrable Dinesh D’Souza), another conservathug of Arab descent, etc., and hangs out with idiotic gay conservatives who are so far right they make Roy Cohn look like Ellen Degeneres. And that makes her a paragon of racial and sexual tolerance in the eyes of the mentally challenged.

  • christopher di spirito

    This shrill, vicious heffa is no ally of the LGBT community. Anyone who thinks otherwise hasn’t been paying attention the past 15 years.

  • TheRealAdam

    @Politically Incorrect Thug: She’s a potential ally to gays, yes. But it’s incorrect to label her an ally of gay rights, since she doesn’t support gay equality. She’s just indifferent, at best.

  • Matt_miami

    I would normally try to point out the hypocrisy in some of these arguments but i happen to agree with most of the comments here. she seems to be the hypocrite on this issue.

  • Right Wingers Are Socioptahs (John From England)

    @Jason:

    Roy Cohn look like ellen Degeneres! Lol!

    What is sad that is that Roy Cohn is GOD to the gay conservatives. Fact.

    Just because we whine about them doesn’t mean that they will suddenly acquire the use of empathy and high cognitive dissonance that may possibly, possibly lead to a situation where they dont automatically think of themselves ONLY as a successful outcome to a world wide problem.

  • matt

    This whole phenomenon of gay conservatives supporting people who dislike them and oppose their rights is so confusing, I have more trouble understanding their thought process than I do understanding the thought process of people who actually hate gays. It’s even more confusing considering that there are now a fair number of conservative politicians who are actual supporters of gays and gay rights, even gay marriage. Why waste your time trying to suck up to people who will work against you or at best ignore you?

  • Jim Hlavac

    @matt: The reason it is confusing Matt, is that there is a difference between “social conservatives,” who are like oh, theocrats and wouldn’t know liberty if it hit them in the head, and there are “fiscal conservatives” — and I’m not sure there’s a “gay” position on say the IRS or the stimulus funds, or the deficit. There is a great debate I see, since I’m sort of a crazed tea party libertarian, on many a right, tea party, conservative and Republican website. You need a score card to keep track of them all. I get the “evil” stuff, I say “thank you” and I get the “who cares?” stuff — which is far more frequent than the mouth pieces of the party would like everyone to believe.

    Meanwhile, the unmarried damsel in distress is so looney that she seems to think being nice to gay people leads to black teenage pregnancy. She said it right there on Larry King Live, the day after her HomoCon “shush boys” speech, were the harpy did lecture us about being “too” something or other. And Larry, our “friend” didn’t say a word. She has yet to offer herself up to any “ex-gay” or future ex-gay, of course, to promote her idea that we all go find the women of her dreams. Perhaps she’s just another frustrated lesbian yearning to come out.

  • Kev C

    She refused to answer so as not to offend gays and GOProud? Seems more logical than she’d refuse to answer as to not alienate her conservative base. She doesn’t have a problem offending gays, so why would she play coy unless she had a liberal answer?

  • TheRealAdam

    @Kev C: Therealanswer is that she would love the child regardless, like any sane and loving parent would. She just doesn’t want to admit it.

  • TheRealAdam

    @matt: Because being gay – and gay equality – isn’t the gay conservative’s first priority. I don’t see why that’s so hard to understand.

  • Shannon1981

    @matt: It isn’t confusing at all. They care about their bank accounts and their social status, and, if they are legacy kids, inheritances and family names and all that.

    Being gay is something that they accept because they’ve no choice. It isn’t something they embrace though. It just isn’t important to them as far as gay issues/equality,etc.

    They don’t give a damn about the gay community, and have deluded themselves into believing conservatives care about them, when really all the conservatives care about is their money and their votes.

  • Michael

    @Politically Incorrect Thug:

    OMG please wake up this nasty bitch has never been an ally of ours enemy yes ally hell to the no on that one.

  • The crustybastard

    Gay conservatives are so obsessed in cheering for the red team they don’t even watch the game. Or learn the rules.

    Red good, blue bad. That’s the sum total of all they know.

    I’m personally acquainted with gradeschoolers who are more sophisticated thinkers.

  • Michael

    @TheRealAdam:

    Potential ally?

    LMFAO Honestly people in this community have got to stop being so naive and gullible about people like her.

    Hell she even mocked all those idiotic GOP gays that invited her to that stupid thing of theirs.

    But like the old saying goes you lie down with dogs expect to get fleas in the process.

  • TMikel

    Politically Incorrect Thug – If Coulter is our ally, we certainly do not need enemies! Are you so illiterate that you don’t know that GOProud is NOT a friend of the LBGT community? Coulter is a racist and hate filled hypocrite who cares only about herself and should be excoriated at every opportunity. Shame on you – I think you got the “thug” part spot on!

  • The crustybastard

    @Politically Incorrect Thug:

    Just because Ms Coulter wouldn’t personally throw you into the oven doesn’t make her your ally. Ms Coulter isnt particularly troubled by her own allies who would cheerfully throw you in.

  • Cam

    @Politically Incorrect Thug: ]

    When did the gay movement decide that just by admitting we exist is enough to call somebody an “Ally”?

  • Politically Incorrect Thug

    In answer to the many, many naysayers objecting to my definition of Coulter as an “ally,” behold your own hyper-liberal Huffington Post declaring Coulter “an unlikely gay ally” in August of last year:

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/08/06/ann-coulter-to-headline-a_n_673313.html

    Sure, she’s an Evil Republican sanctimoniously snuggling up to gullible gay Republicans like myself, but when you belong to a group like we do which is hated by pretty much the entire religious world, east and west, you take your allies where you can get them and don’t spit in their face because they don’t agree with every single political agenda that you do. Hence, Coulter speaking at Homocon makes her an ally, period.

  • TheRealAdam

    @Michael: She has potential. I never said she was an ally, but there are far worse conservatives out there.

  • TheRealAdam

    @Cam: You don’t get it, Cam. These are gay conservatives, and their chief priority is not gay advancement. The liberation movement that the liberal platform supports is not a chief concern of gay conservatives, so trying to impose that on them is useless.

  • Cam

    @TheRealAdam:

    Ohhhhhh, so to them, Allies don’t actually have to even be for gays, or supportive of anything gay.

    I get it, thanks for the clarification. lol

    By THAT definition Rick Santorum is an Ally.

  • Dennis

    @TheRealAdam #34

    Yes, riding on the coattails and enjoying all the benefits that (mostly liberal) LGBT activists has struggled and worked so hard for over the years…all the while, gay conservatives only care about their bank account and regularly finance and support anti-gay rethuglicans…politicians who would undo progress, who actively support discrimination against LGBT people. By any reasonable standards, it’s disgusting.

    When liberal or democratic LGBTs (rightfully) shun, judge, and criticize the Log Cabin/GoProud crowd, all we are doing is giving you the OPPORTUNITY to fight for your own equality, your freedom to be accepted as ‘gay conservatives’, etc. To put in the time and work and effort that many others have before you…you deserve no better.

    You want “rights” to be accepted and supported as a gay conservatives?…good, then fight, and struggle and WAIT for them, just like the rest of LGBTs have.

    You want rights? Earn ’em, bitches. If all you care about is tax cuts and supporting anti-gay thugs, you have a LONG wait ahead of you for acceptance.

  • Michael

    @Politically Incorrect Thug:

    Umm beg to differ no it doesnt.She purposely mocked and insulted all of those people who were gay that invited her.In fact she got a huge kick out of it and she was probably laughing her ass off at the fact that those GOP kiss asses were stupid enough to invite her stupid ass in the first place.

    Ann Coulter is a media whore just like Sarah Palin in fact she was probably very happy that we even talked about her to begin with online.Im sure people like her with nothing else to do with their time but hate and discriminate against people has most assuredly seen what we have written about her.

    People like her and Palin are exactly the same : any publicity is good publicity for them. The fact that people are even talking about and acknowledging their useless asses to begin with is exactly what they want.Doesnt matter whether its positive or negative attention all that matters is that its attention to these idiots.@Politically Incorrect Thug:

  • Michael

    @TheRealAdam:

    Thats your rationalization? That there are worse people then this nutjob bitch?

    Shes definitely close to 1st place the woman even mocked a group of wives who lost their husbands on 9/11 the bitch knows no shame shes despicable and vile on so many levels I can’t even name them all.

    Either way if I wanted an ally much less a friend like Ann Coulter id squat and shit one out period.

  • Michael

    @TheRealAdam:

    No YOU don’t get it the fact that they are gay and fucking their own community over is a travesty of massive proportions. If they actually had the slightest ounce of intelligence they never would have created GO Proud to begin with. I never will understand the concept of a conservative gay american? WTF? That doesnt even make sense id much rather give money to those who genuinely love and care about the LGBT community not give money to people who despise us and trample all over our rights on a daily basis in order to get publicity for my stupid little group I created.

    People have said it perfectly here GO Proud doesnt care about their own kind they are self loathing self hating gays who would rather stab their own kind in the back if it gets them money publicity media attention or whatever they want.

    They dont care about equality they’re too stupid to even comprehend the meaning of that word to begin with .

  • TheRealAdam

    @Cam: Bingo! The thing is, I don’t get why these people even form groups in the first place. If they apparently don’t care about gay rights – or it’s not high on their priority list – then why even form gay conservative groups like GOProud? I don’t see the point of them existing if they don’t care about their social and political status to begin with and are not seeking any significant changes in their party’s platform.

    @Dennis: The problem is that they want these gay rights to come (ideally) from something besides the Democratic platform, which they do not support and in fact despise. Is their stance wrong? No, but it is certainly fanciful, to say the least.

    But this is the point I was trying to make with Cam: your disgust with them is only feasible if you are on the Left, and you advocate gay rights from the Left, where it is active and has the opportunity to happen. Your disgust, however, doesn’t make sense to gay conservatives whose lives and ambitions don’t revolve around gay identity and equality. Their ego is placed in something else.

  • TheRealAdam

    @Michael: I’m not trying to rationalize the situation. There’s nothing “rational” about a gay Republican. In our modern times, with the Republican Party the way it is, it’s a contradiction to be one. But you have to remove your own immediate priorities for gay equality and acceptance from the situation to understand why gay Republicans exist. Simply put: identity politics don’t apply here.

  • Southside Shorty

    Silly liberals . . . there’s absolutely nothing contradictory about being gay and Republican. Loving your country and its principles, believing in a strong capitalistic economy, and wanting to cease the endless flow of money being handed out by the Democrats is not a contradiction with being homosexual. If you believe otherwise, then perhaps you’re making your sexuality too big a part of your identity.

  • TheRealAdam

    @Southside Shorty: So, why can’t you support all of those things without being part of a party that works to demonize you and keep you as a second-class citizen?

  • Bobby Christina Crawford

    If Anthony Weiner were to fuck her..his dick would go right thru her pussy and out her butthole.

  • Kieran

    The money-grubbing bitch is trying to sell her new book to a political audience that includes lots and lots of angry, intolerant homophobes. You really expect her to alienate these yahoos by saying something nice and motherly about having a gay child?

  • Southside Shorty

    @TheRealAdam: With the exception of the Jesus people, Republicans in general have no problem with someone’s homosexuality, as long as it’s not flaunted, which I agree with. Get the religion out of the politics and we might get somewhere.

  • The crustybastard

    @TheRealAdam: “[Coulter] would love the child regardless, like any sane and loving parent would. She just doesn’t want to admit it.”

    Lol.

    Objection. Assumes facts not in evidence.

  • Michael

    @Southside Shorty:

    My my you seem to be a republican kiss ass.

    Beg to differ also there are some rotten anti gay Democrats just as much as there are some rotten anti gay republicans.But there are far MORE anti gay republicans then anti gay democrats period.

    Nice comment btw apparently you dont comprehend that they CONSTANTLY use bs like that about us flaunting .It wouldnt matter what it was about they hate us all the same what we are what we stand for the way we live it doesnt matter thats the point.If it wasnt us FLAUNTING it would be us destroying the sanctity of marriage and heaven forbid we destroy that anymore then the majority of STRAIGHTS have in this country.Heaven forbid .

  • Michael

    @Southside Shorty:

    I agree with you mate nothing contradictory about supporting a party where the majority of people within that party would much sooner spit or shit on you if they had the chance.

    Yeah nothing contradictory about supporting people who would rather allow bullying to go on in schools because we are FAGS in their eyes then to be compassionate enough to try to do something about it.

    Yep nothing contradictory about gay americans supporting people who the majority of them once AGAIN look at people like you and me as a disease an abomination or an affliction.

    Absolutely nothing contradictory about any of that whatsoever dude.

  • The crustybastard

    @Southside Shorty:

    “With the exception of the Jesus people,” the Republican party disappears.

  • TheRealAdam

    @The crustybastard: I think Anne’s insensitive and hostile image is one she works to keep up because it’s controversial and sells. I don’t think she’d really reject her own child, which is why she was hesitant to answer the question.

    @Southside Shorty: But it’s clear that religion isn’t going anywhere in the Republican party – it’s a cash cow. And, the Jesus Freaks in the Republican party are primarily the ones working against us. Doesn’t that disturb you even just a little?

  • The crustybastard

    @TheRealAdam:

    Yes, “Of course I would love my child!” would be the reflexive answer for any sane and sensible person.

    Yet you’re simply choosing to ignore that was not Ms Coulter’s actual response.

    And she didn’t respond as she did because (as you choose to assume) she’s discreet or guarded, but because of her consuming narcissism and pathological inability to feel empathy.

  • TheRealAdam

    @The crustybastard: Do you know Anne? Have you spoken to her personally and know exactly how she feels? Her “consuming narcissism and pathological inability to feel empathy” is your presumption, and you are just as guilty of speaking without evidence against her as me. The fact of the matter is that she didn’t answer the question, which leaves her true feelings on the issue open to interpretation.

  • JeffreyRO5

    On what planet is Mann Coulter an ally to gays and lesbians??? She’s so obnoxious for a living that she’s pretty much alienated most anyone who matters.

  • DavyJones

    @TheRealAdam: The problem with the idea that they simply ‘put their focus on something else’ is that you can’t just vote for part of a politician, and you can’t just support their good qualities. There are GOP members to are ‘tolerant’ of gays, some in fact who are ‘accepting’; but the base is by-and-large anti-LGBT, and thus the party is by-and-large anti-LGBT; and supporting candidates who uphold the party platform means supporting an anti-LGBT platform.

    It’s true that their (GOProud’s) ‘focus’ is on fiscal issues rather than social issues; but when you vote a party into power, you move their entire platform into power. Meaning these GOProud folks are ‘supporting’ the anti-LGBT policies that many of the rest of us are working against, and worse yet, they are acting as token-gays for the GOP (a practice we saw when DADT was in the spot-light).

    That’s what makes them worse than ‘regular republicans’. Someone who is just ignorant; and misguided because of it at least has some excuse. Others who are misguided by their religious beliefs can at least blame that. On the other hand, the GOProud group knows and acknowledges that the LGBT community has struggles greater than that of straight America, and is willing to accept that; to see their own community treated as second-class citizens by politicians they helped get elected. That is what makes them detestable.

  • the crustybastard

    @TheRealAdam:

    To the extent that Ann Coulter has made a career of making her thought processes public, yes — I believe I have a pretty good idea how she thinks. Therefore, yes, in my estimation she’s shown herself to be consumed by narcissism and utterly without empathy.

    Watch the footage again, Adam. Coulter’s complete inability to make any sort of categorical statement about her willingness to accept her own child is just…well, manifest. And we’re merely discussing a hypothetical here. She’s not even being asked to do anything more than use her imagination to portray herself as managing a pretty basic level of decent to another human with whom she doesn’t agree.

    She cannot even IMAGINE such a thing.

    Look, I’ll make room for the possibility, as you suggest, that Coulter also engages in a certain amount of self-caricature. But that is an entirely separate issue.

  • Cam

    @Southside Shorty: said…

    “Silly liberals . . . there’s absolutely nothing contradictory about being gay and Republican. Loving your country and its principles, believing in a strong capitalistic economy, and wanting to cease the endless flow of money being handed out by the Democrats is not a contradiction with being homosexual”
    ___________________________________

    Did you say that the DEMS were the ones handing out money? REALLY? You DO realize that the Bush TARP Bailout was the largest socialistic intervention in a nations economy by a govt. since the collapse of the Soviet Union. Remember? McCain suspended his campaign so he could rush back and push through this giveaway?

    Combine that with all of the Pentagon programs that the Pentagon didn’t ask for that were pushed through when Bush was president and the GOP is responsible for such a massive amount of giveaways to Wall Street and Lobbyists that it is inconceivable.

    Oh, and as for loving your country, funny how the GOP does nothing but attack our govt. the freedoms in the constitution and the entire fed. So interesting that you say they LOVE the country when all they do is express hatred for it.

    But you know, keep on trying to alter facts.

  • 12345deviant

    Sure Queerty can push away some of it’s own allies(Like Gaga), but by no means is she an ally. And she’s really the face of GOProud. WTF

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