Hipsters Are Gay Wimps?

Hipsters Are Gay Wimps? October 12, 2019

I’ve seen this site, Pulpit and Pen.org pop up a number of times now. I’ve given them a scant look-see until this. A piece by some anonymous coward about how Real Men are not hipsters. I am reminded of two pastors we already watch from here, Doug Wilson and Tim Bayly, with their own crazy over the top ideas of what manhood looks like that makes you question their sexuality.

These guys are not them, but not too far off of Wilson and Bayly’s words. Meet the guys of the Fellowship Baptist Church of Sidney, Montana and their uncomfortable thoughts on what makes a man.

Tim Bayly of Out Of Our Minds could have written this ludicrous drivel.  Sorry, guys, but skinny jeans, beards, Starbucks lattes or other ridiculous externals say nothing about about the inner man, what he believes, his salvation and it’s silly that they think it does. Bunch a white washed sepulchers.

Newsflash! Even if these were markers of gay men, which they are not, it is meaningless. Gay men are no less ‘manly’ than regular straight guys. I am betting that none of these sniveling little wimps could pick out someone else sexuality short of them waving a placard. Gay men, like straight men, come in a rainbow assortment of body types, fashion likes and dislikes, latte drinking or not, deep or high voices, facial hair and every other distinctive one can imagine.

This is just more gay fear mongering. Interestingly enough they, Wilson and Bayly do not seem to realize that the more time they spend thinking about these things the more suspect it becomes.

Secure rational adults don’t spend enormous blocks of time and brain cells on the sexuality of others.

Notice too that they never bemoan and spend the same amount of psychic energy on lesbians. It’s almost as though they do not exist.

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