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‘Speedos’ swim bikini on male gets him ousted from high class hotel swimming pool

speedos swim bikini on male gets him ousted from high-class hotel swimming pool

HWH COMMENTARY: There’s a gay parade every year in Cleveland/Lakewood, and many young and old gay men wear jock straps, fast-dancing in the street, flipping their genitals at passersby.

Most people go to parades with their children, the same with hotels. I have to wonder why both gay men and straight women want to expose their stuff.

They must be nudists at heart or they feel they can get away with indecent exposure, because they’re covering up a bit or because they’re gay.

Strange, but I don’t see gay women doing the same that straight women do. They hang our their breasts for everyone to see, then call a guy a pervert for looking, when that’s what they wanted. It’s a power trip. It’s a rush – to get people to react to the way you look or your behavior. Women use it to throw men off-balance when interviewed for cable news shows. I see it all the time on television. Men don’t know where to look.

It’s like ‘safe bars’ where gays can have sex in restrooms without being harassed for it. They go into a predominantly straight place and bit by bit work to turn it into a gay place, where they feel comfortable to act out their gay behavior.

I think straight men have been wearing such suits in Europe for decades. So, it’s not just a gay behavior, because many gays are more modest; it’s a certain type of male and female who want to show their genitals or breasts to the world. Maybe that’s how they value themselves.

Shockers is what they are. They want attention and they know they’ll get it. Then they complain about it when they do. The best thing is to steer clear of exhibitionists. Nothing good will come from an interaction; don’t even act like you notice.

It’s like muslim women going into public swimming pools fully wrapped in robes and scarves. They want to shock people and see their response. I wonder how Yahoo even gets these stories. To me, they’re mostly staged.

Then, some people like to act in public like they act at home. If they have a right to do as they want, then others have a right not to like their behavior and to voice that view.

This whole notion, that only one side of a view deserves to be voiced or  heard, made popular by democrats making it part of their social engineering platform of anarchy within all systems is prejudicial and discriminatory. Only half the people get that privilege, however. The other half are told in no uncertain terms to stand down.

Some are calling this discrimination.

“I can do whatever I want to do and you can’t criticize me for it or make me abide by your rules in your hotel swimming pool.”  Now, that’s discrimination.

I live in a gay community. Gays are big participants in criticizing everything about everyone. Yet criticize them and their sky falls.

Get a room. Like everybody else.

Do gay men refuse to wear a jacket in a restaurant that requires it?

How about this guy? Think he dons a jacket when fine dining his date, because the restaurant requires a certain type of attire?

You bet he does.







 

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