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February 5th, 2018



A 15-year old has been elected the Gay of the Year in Finland.

And I wonder.

We are, I presume, all equal nowadays — gays, lesbians, transsexuals, intersexuals — but also heterosexuals, isn't it so?

Then wouldn't it be logical if in the first place there had been a centuries old tradition of electing the Heterosexual of the Year, which would now be equally extended to gays (and will soon be, no doubt, to lesbians, transsexuals, etc?).

But there has never been such a tradition before.

And that is what makes me wonder: why is it that only gays have this glory and pageantry, but not all the others?
I can see in my dream a stage with happy winners in all categories (LBGTI + H) — and can imagine no other that we could call fair and equal.
But I also wonder that somehow over the centuries the idea never crossed our heterosexual minds to elect a One of Us of the Year. And I guess that even if it had been suggested to us we would have found it oh so silly...

P.S. I am also confused by the fact that according to the protocol of Miss World competitions — which are not even about sex — all participants are required to be 17 years of age or older. I presume there must be a very good reason for that? Then why doesn't this reason apply to gays — who are definitely about sex and nothing else?

Posted by Alexander Bagaev on 5 фев 2018, 10:59

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Posted by Alexander Bagaev on 5 фев 2018, 13:18