When it's Appropriate to Call a Closeted Gay Man a Cocksucker
Now is that time.
Closet queen Rick Perry, Governor of Texas, is a woman hating cocksucker.
Hell, he ought to be called Dick Fairy for his regressive style of faggotry.
Hey, I know a cocksucker when I see one.
Having more than 35 years' experience hobnobbing in gay and lesbian circles, a very slim percentage of gay men just hate women. They will not associate with them as friends, they will not exchange cocktail party pleasantries, they will not deal with them in unless it's absolutely essential, and when it is their revulsion is palpable.
Sure, the same is true of some lesbian man-haters, but that's another topic for another time.
By now you've likely heard that one of Perry's campaign faggots said, "The Republican Party shouldn't open itself 'like a whorehouse' to new voters."
The sexist, misogynist remark royally pissed off some bigwig GOP women in Texas, and it gave Perry's biggest rival in the race, Kay Bailey Hutchison, some mighty big cow turds to fling at Rick Perry and his butt pirate pals.
Perry sputtered and flailed around trying to distance himself from the remark, but with Texas Republicans split between Perry's hard-ass, he-man conservative camp and Hutchison's more moderate one, the damage has been done.
I've been all over Blog comment land recalling my direct experiences with Rick Perry and his thinly veiled faggotry, but they bear repeating here.
One year, I attended a Human Rights Foundation gala dinner in Austin. At the time Perry was running for governor.
He showed up without his beard--uhh--wife Anita, and he was absolutely indifferent to the women who attended. A friend of mine, a prominent lesbian physician with a beautiful face and most impressive cleavage showing in her couture gown, bent over to ask a seated Perry what he intended to do to help gays and lesbians as governor. "Why should I vote for you?" she asked.
Not only did Perry fail to check out her cleavage, he didn't even look at her face.
He grunted his curt response, "Because I'm here." Then he abruptly stood up and walked away, like she had cooties.
My friend looked at me with her jaw dropped and we started laughing at his rudeness.
I said, "You get the feeling Perry hates women?" She said, "Definitely."
I added, "If he didn't check out cleavage like yours tonight, he's a total queen."
Later, I stood in the large foyer of the ballroom, across the expanse from Perry, who was leaning against the opposite wall looking bored. He didn't notice me, and I pretended not to notice him. But I watched him eyeing the crotches of every male who walked by. His eyes never traveled above their waists. He was all about checking out teh dicks.
When we both arrived at the escalator at the same moment, he didn't hesitate to get on first, totally ignoring the "ladies first" tradition that macho Texas men take very seriously.
So yeah, he considers women interested in leadership roles in the Republican party "turning it into a whorehouse."
While I am no fan of Kay Bailey Hutchison, she didn't sleep her way to the Senate, and unlike Perry she's remained scandal free, at least sexually.
It's common knowledge that Perry's wife caught him teabagging then-Secretary of State Geoffrey O'Connor, a screaming queen with blond highlights and looks reminiscent of Carson Kressley from "Queer Eye on the Straight Guy."
It's one thing that Perry is a closeted Republican- they are as common as flies on shit.
But when a queen is a woman hater, he needs to be outed and doubted.
Back when Ann Richards was running against Clayton Williams in the governor's race, they were neck and neck until he refused to shake her hand when she offered it to him.
He lost the race over that incident.
Even conservative Republican men cannot abide a man being rude to a lady. They may be jerks, but I am always appreciative of gentlemen, and Texas men tend to be very courteous in an old fashioned way.
By inferring that KBH was a whore, I think Perry just lost himself a race.
Good. That cocksucker needs to go.