Posts Written by Ritch

When do abortions happen?

We had “Justice for All” come to UNT the other day.  Their arguments were heavily based around convincing people that “abortions” were characterized as late-term abortions.  Oh, and its always called a “baby”, even when its an embryo.  A baby.  Born to ride.

We had “Justice for All” come to UNT the other day.  Their arguments were heavily based around convincing people that “abortions” were characterized as late-term abortions.  Oh, and its always called a “baby”, even when its an ...

John Mayer and Women


Because I want to show her I’m not like every other guy. Because I hate other men. When I’m fucking you, I’m trying to fuck every man who’s ever fucked you, but in his ass, so you’ll say “No one’s ever done that to me in bed.”


Thank you for that, John Mayer. This is an excerpt from John Mayer’s Playboy Interview that has roused so much controversy. I’ve read bits and pieces about it, and the other day had the chance to read the whole thing myself. The one part that keeps running through my head is the quote above, a part that I feel has been mostly glossed over.

Here’s what I really want to do at ...

Ask Men About Gays!

It was a pleasant surprise this morning when I came across AskMen.com’s article “Top 10 Toughest Gay Men“. Generally one would consider AskMen to be a site devoted to straight men (or men-who-have-sex-with-women at least), so the inclusiveness here is nice to see. The article has a very LGBT friendly attitude in the intro.

However, their praise of modern, manly portrayals of “gay” characters, highlights effeminate portrayals as a negative attribute of the past. What’s so great about these manly gays? These “manly gays” are primarily made up of drug dealers and/or criminals (with the notable exception of a certain cowboy and a cop). So what are we celebrating exactly? Certainly not the gender-bending quality of these characters. Perhaps its ...

It was a pleasant surprise this morning when I came across AskMen.com’s article “Top 10 Toughest Gay Men“. Generally one would consider AskMen to be a site devoted to straight men (or men-who-have-sex-with-women at least), so ...