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(Daily Mail)   30-year-old hottie: 'I found my gay husband a boyfriend' (w/pics)   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 159
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2012-08-25 12:09:55 AM  
I'd say both those guys would start any decent gaydar blaring
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2012-08-25 12:12:52 AM  
Hottie?
 
2012-08-25 12:19:11 AM  
But just two years ago, her life was turned upside down when her husband Ashley discovered that he was gay.

Granted I'm no expert, but don't people at least have some inkling that they're gay, at least in some small way? Is it really that much of a "discovery", especially once you hit your late 20s?

Every gay friend I know has known they were attracted to the same sex since at least puberty, they just took different amounts of time to admit it to themselves and to the world. But it wasn't like they woke up one morning and saw a penis and were like "You know what? I think I'm actually into that now."
 
2012-08-25 12:24:40 AM  
British hot
 
2012-08-25 12:29:04 AM  
How long before this premise gets made into a movie or a sitcom? Somebody call Lifetime!
 
2012-08-25 12:31:25 AM  
Obvious gay husband is obviously gay.
 
2012-08-25 12:49:49 AM  

miss diminutive: But just two years ago, her life was turned upside down when her husband Ashley discovered that he was gay.
"


Did she have to take a minute and just sit right there?
 
2012-08-25 01:01:53 AM  

Wanebo: Hottie?


Fark Rule whatever -- see "hottie" or any variation in the headline, you always check out the comments first. 99% of the time, it's being used sarcastically.
 
2012-08-25 01:03:29 AM  
So he's clinically insane? Good to know.
 
2012-08-25 01:17:10 AM  

Podmore: I'd say both those guys would start any decent gaydar blaring


Some people see what they want to see...especially if they're a little chubby.
 
2012-08-25 01:17:24 AM  
She had to be willfully blind to think that guy was straight. You could see his picture on a 12 inch 640x480 monitor and tell he's gay.
 
2012-08-25 01:18:07 AM  

miss diminutive: But just two years ago, her life was turned upside down when her husband Ashley discovered that he was gay.

Granted I'm no expert, but don't people at least have some inkling that they're gay, at least in some small way? Is it really that much of a "discovery", especially once you hit your late 20s?

Every gay friend I know has known they were attracted to the same sex since at least puberty, they just took different amounts of time to admit it to themselves and to the world. But it wasn't like they woke up one morning and saw a penis and were like "You know what? I think I'm actually into that now."


I think they meant she discovered her husband was gay but wanted to be more shocking(?) It's Daily Fail for a reason but good on her for coming to accept it.
 
2012-08-25 01:18:29 AM  
is her name... peggy?
 
2012-08-25 01:19:00 AM  
Saw hottie, clicked link, Daily Mail.

Dammit, Britain.
 
2012-08-25 01:19:41 AM  

fusillade762: How long before this premise gets made into a movie or a sitcom? Somebody call Lifetime!


I'm not sure but I think it's been done.
 
2012-08-25 01:20:23 AM  
Let me guess, she's at least a little on the chubby side?

*clicks link*
 
2012-08-25 01:21:39 AM  
Her husband is Brian Austin Green?
 
2012-08-25 01:22:01 AM  

Speaker2Animals: Wanebo: Hottie?

Fark Rule whatever -- see "hottie" or any variation in the headline, you always check out the comments first. 99% of the time, it's being used sarcastically.


Not before 2012.
It's a totally new way of being unfunny.
 
2012-08-25 01:22:55 AM  
She's pretty, but fat. If she lost 30 - 40 lbs she would be really good looking.
 
2012-08-25 01:23:04 AM  

jaylectricity: So he's clinically insane? Good to know.


Dumbass.
 
2012-08-25 01:23:37 AM  
Some guys will go to no end to get away from a crazy biatch.

/never go full homo
 
2012-08-25 01:24:03 AM  
I have a picture of the Admin who still finds this meme funny

scrapetv.com
 
2012-08-25 01:27:05 AM  
ecx.images-amazon.com

UNIMPRESSED
 
2012-08-25 01:27:13 AM  
Hey, that's not funny.

The headlline said hot.
 
2012-08-25 01:29:26 AM  

miss diminutive: But just two years ago, her life was turned upside down when her husband Ashley discovered that he was gay.

Granted I'm no expert, but don't people at least have some inkling that they're gay, at least in some small way? Is it really that much of a "discovery", especially once you hit your late 20s?

Every gay friend I know has known they were attracted to the same sex since at least puberty, they just took different amounts of time to admit it to themselves and to the world. But it wasn't like they woke up one morning and saw a penis and were like "You know what? I think I'm actually into that now."


I don't know, though I've wondered about that, too.... we are friends with a gay couple in their late 50s. Both were in straight families before finding each other. Matter of fact one has four children and the other two, including one who lives with them. One of these days I'm going to have to ask them if they always knew they were gay (or at least bi) and were just in denial, or if it was a sudden discovery.
 
2012-08-25 01:29:55 AM  
Usher's ex-wife on the sidebar isn't quite sure if want:

i.dailymail.co.uk
 
2012-08-25 01:31:32 AM  

tinfoil-hat maggie: fusillade762: How long before this premise gets made into a movie or a sitcom? Somebody call Lifetime!

I'm not sure but I think it's been done.


It has, on TV Land. Show's called "Happily Divorced" and stars Fran Drescher.
 
2012-08-25 01:36:06 AM  

AeAe: She's pretty, but fat. If she lost 30 - 40 lbs she would be really good looking.


You do realize she's been with a gay husband, if she had a proper lover and some self-esteem well.
Oh, who am I kidding she's British.

/Last line was snark please forgive.
 
2012-08-25 01:37:36 AM  

rynthetyn: tinfoil-hat maggie: fusillade762: How long before this premise gets made into a movie or a sitcom? Somebody call Lifetime!

I'm not sure but I think it's been done.

It has, on TV Land. Show's called "Happily Divorced" and stars Fran Drescher.


I'll have to check that out, she's a cool lady.
 
2012-08-25 01:39:08 AM  
i.imgur.com
 
2012-08-25 01:39:47 AM  
While the article's picture screams gaydar, we don't really know what he looked like before he came out to her..

But his name was Ashley?
 
2012-08-25 01:39:53 AM  
You need your eyes checked, subby.
 
2012-08-25 01:43:58 AM  
White belt? How much more gay can he be?
 
2012-08-25 01:44:37 AM  

Keizer_Ghidorah: jaylectricity: So he's clinically insane? Good to know.

Dumbass.


"Dumbass" is an incredibly insensitive thing to say.
 
2012-08-25 01:45:20 AM  

Podmore: I'd say both those guys would start any decent gaydar blaring
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a) They look like brothers to one another.
b) He always knew he was gay. He just needed a beard, and she needed to feel pretty/wanted.
c) It's possible this is a Jerry Springer type set up and not real.
 
2012-08-25 01:46:41 AM  

capt.hollister: miss diminutive: But just two years ago, her life was turned upside down when her husband Ashley discovered that he was gay.

Granted I'm no expert, but don't people at least have some inkling that they're gay, at least in some small way? Is it really that much of a "discovery", especially once you hit your late 20s?

Every gay friend I know has known they were attracted to the same sex since at least puberty, they just took different amounts of time to admit it to themselves and to the world. But it wasn't like they woke up one morning and saw a penis and were like "You know what? I think I'm actually into that now."

I don't know, though I've wondered about that, too.... we are friends with a gay couple in their late 50s. Both were in straight families before finding each other. Matter of fact one has four children and the other two, including one who lives with them. One of these days I'm going to have to ask them if they always knew they were gay (or at least bi) and were just in denial, or if it was a sudden discovery.


I didn't figure out that I wasn't straight for an embarrassingly long time (basically, that's what happens when you grow up with the whole purity culture, "guard your heart" stuff and assume that your lack of attraction to the opposite sex means you're doing a good job guarding your heart from "frivolous crushes"). If I'd grown up in a different era with more familial pressure to get married, I might have kids and an ex-husband right about now, but instead I just spent years waiting to meet the right guy until I finally realized in my late 20s that there was never going to be a right guy.

I don't know how guys don't know though, what with the whole physiological response to finding someone attractive and all. Denial is a pretty powerful thing, I suppose.
 
2012-08-25 01:47:31 AM  

capt.hollister: miss diminutive: But just two years ago, her life was turned upside down when her husband Ashley discovered that he was gay.

Granted I'm no expert, but don't people at least have some inkling that they're gay, at least in some small way? Is it really that much of a "discovery", especially once you hit your late 20s?

Every gay friend I know has known they were attracted to the same sex since at least puberty, they just took different amounts of time to admit it to themselves and to the world. But it wasn't like they woke up one morning and saw a penis and were like "You know what? I think I'm actually into that now."

I don't know, though I've wondered about that, too.... we are friends with a gay couple in their late 50s. Both were in straight families before finding each other. Matter of fact one has four children and the other two, including one who lives with them. One of these days I'm going to have to ask them if they always knew they were gay (or at least bi) and were just in denial, or if it was a sudden discovery.


Don't bother. They always knew they were gay. Marrying a female and having kids was just socially acceptable bearding. It gets the family off the back to successfully breed.
 
2012-08-25 01:48:36 AM  

God-is-a-Taco: Usher's ex-wife on the sidebar isn't quite sure if want:

[i.dailymail.co.uk image 154x115]


Is the time limit up on not making fun of Tameka since she lost her son?
 
2012-08-25 01:53:49 AM  
That's not a chick, that's that kid from Whitest Kids U Know
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2012-08-25 01:53:49 AM  

almandot: But his name was Ashley?


Pretty sure Ashley was always a guys name... in the same vein as Lindsay and Tracey.
 
2012-08-25 01:54:53 AM  

rynthetyn: capt.hollister: miss diminutive: But just two years ago, her life was turned upside down when her husband Ashley discovered that he was gay.

Granted I'm no expert, but don't people at least have some inkling that they're gay, at least in some small way? Is it really that much of a "discovery", especially once you hit your late 20s?

Every gay friend I know has known they were attracted to the same sex since at least puberty, they just took different amounts of time to admit it to themselves and to the world. But it wasn't like they woke up one morning and saw a penis and were like "You know what? I think I'm actually into that now."

I don't know, though I've wondered about that, too.... we are friends with a gay couple in their late 50s. Both were in straight families before finding each other. Matter of fact one has four children and the other two, including one who lives with them. One of these days I'm going to have to ask them if they always knew they were gay (or at least bi) and were just in denial, or if it was a sudden discovery.

I didn't figure out that I wasn't straight for an embarrassingly long time (basically, that's what happens when you grow up with the whole purity culture, "guard your heart" stuff and assume that your lack of attraction to the opposite sex means you're doing a good job guarding your heart from "frivolous crushes"). If I'd grown up in a different era with more familial pressure to get married, I might have kids and an ex-husband right about now, but instead I just spent years waiting to meet the right guy until I finally realized in my late 20s that there was never going to be a right guy.

I don't know how guys don't know though, what with the whole physiological response to finding someone attractive and all. Denial is a pretty powerful thing, I suppose.


I've talk to a lot of older guy men in the bar scene all of them said the same thing. They were supposed to get married and their mothers wanted grandchildren. I recently met a cool older guy last time I went out to a club for a show he introduced me to his daughter and her husband that came as well and said his granddaughter sometimes showed up as well.
 
2012-08-25 01:55:17 AM  

fusillade762: How long before this premise gets made into a movie or a sitcom? Somebody call Lifetime!


No, this will be the topic of Tuesday night at the GOP convention. This is actually what they've been warbling about, although it's always seemed more a matter of wish fulfillment for those who decry it so much.

/Only homophobes think about gay sex that much
 
2012-08-25 01:56:28 AM  

Seth'n'Spectrum: almandot: But his name was Ashley?

Pretty sure Ashley was always a guys name... in the same vein as Lindsay and Tracey.


Ashley was the name of Scarlett O'Hara's crush in "Gone with the Wind" - it's been a guys name at least that long.
 
2012-08-25 01:57:33 AM  
Um, that's about as cool as a girlfriend gets.
 
2012-08-25 02:01:19 AM  
Ashley? I guy named Ashley and they are surprised he's gay?

One look at his pic and I was all, "CLANG CLANG CLANG WENT THE TROLLEY..."
 
2012-08-25 02:03:21 AM  

silvervial: Ashley was the name of Scarlett O'Hara's crush in "Gone with the Wind" - it's been a guys name at least that long.


That set of names always conjures up images of colonial administrators in khakis in Rhodesia, or Burma, or Selangor, bringing civilization to the heathens.
 
2012-08-25 02:05:00 AM  

tinfoil-hat maggie: rynthetyn: tinfoil-hat maggie: fusillade762: How long before this premise gets made into a movie or a sitcom? Somebody call Lifetime!

I'm not sure but I think it's been done.

It has, on TV Land. Show's called "Happily Divorced" and stars Fran Drescher.

I'll have to check that out, she's a cool lady.


CSB:
I actually saw Fran today. She is pretty cool, and she's looking really (I mean REALLY) good these days. Even up close. Breaking up with her gay husband seems to have suited her well.

/end CSB
 
2012-08-25 02:08:14 AM  

Errk: British hot


is that like a metric thing? How many american hotties equal one brit?
 
2012-08-25 02:10:29 AM  
I missed this from the article,

...when gay pornography sparked unfamiliar feelings for Ashley

lol, ya unfamiliar feelings.
 
2012-08-25 02:17:35 AM  

miss diminutive: But just two years ago, her life was turned upside down when her husband Ashley discovered that he was gay.

Granted I'm no expert, but don't people at least have some inkling that they're gay, at least in some small way? Is it really that much of a "discovery", especially once you hit your late 20s?

Every gay friend I know has known they were attracted to the same sex since at least puberty, they just took different amounts of time to admit it to themselves and to the world. But it wasn't like they woke up one morning and saw a penis and were like "You know what? I think I'm actually into that now."


I think the short answer is no.

It's not what Margaret Mead found. It's not what Kinsey found. It's not historically accurate (think oysters and snails). It's not cross-culturally accurate.

Sexual preference is fluid, a function of many things including culture, including time, including genetics, and can shift back and forth.

Think rainbow, think spectrum, don't think binary.
 
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