Dream date

A girl’s best and safest prom date is a gay male friend.

. . . unlike the goofy cousin who might arrive in a ruffled, powder-blue tux and tell embarrassing stories about computer camp, I’m a safe, chic choice. Neither of us will blush with sexual tension when it comes time to attach corsage to bosom. I won’t make a fool of my date or myself with awkward straight-boy dancing. And I’ll help her figure out the details of her dress and hairstyle.

And she doesn’t have to worry about drunken groping.

As Eduwonk notes, this young man writes very well.

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Comments

  1. awkward straight-boy dancing
    Hey! I resemble that remark!

  2. superdestroyer says:

    Why is gays using stereotypes to make fun of straights the most accepted form of bigotry today?

  3. Why is gays using stereotypes to make fun of straights the most accepted form of bigotry today?

    Because straights represent the vast majority and any PC idiot knows it’s okay to stereotype the majority. The reason straights don’t care is because they consider the source and think, “At least I’m not gay.”