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Bravo, Mr. Deitch. Well said, or should I say, "bien dicho?"
BLOWN seems to want this to be a "rational" explanation of him enjoying a blowjob from a guy-I wouldn't remark damn fine if I wasn't digging it; in conjunction with rationalizing the fact the uber-hetero ex-marine is a great, overcompensating example of a guy in the closet with some, maybe not all of his sexual desires and orientations. That guy wanted to suck his dick, and large or not...if you don't say ANYTHING, you liked it. I personally am a bi-guy, who was engaged to a dominatrix at one point and have numerous poly relationships and have always been very experimental and adventurous, so when I read this it reminded me of one of my first male on male encounters and the confliction that followed and then later subsided. It's not cool to sleep blow your buddy, but it's okay to like it...as BLOWN obviously did. And, don't worry BLOWN, just because you liked doesn't mean that you and the marine are going to run off to Vermont and open a bed and breakfast.
A guy who likes good head...from anyone who is damn fine at it!
nice, the PG called the art vandalism, lol
Thank you, Charlie Deitch. I appreciate your forward thinking. Keep pressing the boundaries.
Why didn't the Pittsburgh Passion, with 2 back to back world championships get a parade.... And that team is co-owned, by Teresa Conn,and Franco Harris.... These hard playing, hard hitting football players. Have not lost a game, in 2 seasons..... What's up Pttsburgh, we fans, want a ticker tape parade..... Just sayin....
At least trees can grow back as opposed to destruction of our historic buildings which once demolished are gone forever. Please help and save our historic Old Stone Tavern. See postfriendstrust.org
There are a lot of solid Rugby Teams and program's in the Pittsburgh area.
Pittsburgh Highlanders Women's Team
South Pittsburgh Hooligans
Pitt City D2 and D3 sides
Pittsburgh Angels (Women's team with Pitt City)
And who are the Sledgehammers??
Beware the biomass energy industry, in Pennsylvania and beyond. Cutting down our forests and burning trees for fuel is not the solution to climate change. It is filthy. It is not carbon neutral. Taxpayers should not be subsidizing this industry.
The Pittsburgh Angels are a women's rugby team in Pittsburgh who have brought home 2 national championship titles.
There's a lot more than 2 rugby teams in Pittsburgh.
... and who the hell are the Sledgehammers?
What about Steel City Roller Derby? The charter team, Steel Hurtin', is currently ranked #29 internationally (that's within the top 10% of teams) and is preparing to compete next month in the WFTDA Division 1 Tournament in Jacksonville, FL.
Sorry to see this in the City Paper. So many elegant ways to deal with slippery pronouns and situations, including the use of plural nouns and pronouns. Accepting "they" as plural is lazy, even if defensible in narrow circumstances, leads to to un-sharp writing. Period. I don't say this as a traditionalist, but as someone who thinks hard about editing options and narrative voice. See Sin and Syntax for more of *my* thoughts on this...
Thank you for doing this. It's really not that hard. I appreciate you quoting Emily Brewster. Nice touch. As long as a person pays attention to their writing, lack of clarity can be diminished or eliminated. It's worth the effort. I second your statement: " I have a deep respect for words. But I have a deeper, greater respect for people."
You write "Tupou...prefers to use the pronoun 'they'", but in the article, Tupou's self-references use the first-person singular pronouns that the rest of us do when referring to ourselves, contrary to your claim. I think what you meant to say is that Tupou prefers (insists?) that everyone else use third-person plural pronouns to refer to Tupou.
We'll see how things turn out for personal prounouns--"hir", "ze", etc. don't seem to have caught on--but I would hope that we keep the singular/plural distinction; it's useful. The article itself shows the confusion that results, to wit: "Tupou became active in that scene as a member of bands like Sourpatch, Plume and Salt Flat. With Sourpatch, they helped found Think and Die Thinking...", which induces a double take--the plural pronoun would seem to want a plural antecedent, i.e. "bands like Sourpatch, Plume, and Salt Flat". Only after considering that "with Sourpatch" would indicate that Sourpatch itself probably isn't part of "they", so yeah, "they" in this case probably refers to Tupou. That defeats the purpose of writing, i.e. the clear communication of ideas.
Why his/her rather than her/his?
I understand the problem and sympathize with those affected by it. However, political correctness can go only so far, or else we won't know anymore what we are saying or why. I've always been leery of the singular "they," not because it's ungrammatical but because its illogical and in certain contexts simply grotesque. And yes, Jane Austen used it and Shakespeare used it -- but always with great restraint and in contexts that made the meaning clear.
If someone is known to identify as female, then I see no problem referring to that person as "she." If the person prefers to be identified as both genders then that is his/her problem, not ours. (See how I did that?)
In the great majority of cases the problem can be avoided by pluralizing it -- as in:
"In this business, pronouns aren’t just words; they represent individuals who have the right to represent their gender as they see fit." Now was that so hard?
The Telegraph (UK), 2012: "If someone tells you singular 'they' is wrong, please do tell them to get stuffed." http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/tomchive…
"The backlash against it, it seems, is one of those things, like the war on split infinitives, sentence-ending prepositions and using "hopefully" to modify a sentence, that aroused the ire of some self-appointed 18th-century grammar guardians who didn't really know what they were talking about, and their ill-informed pettiness has poisoned the well for the rest of us."
I love this woman....such beautiful eyes, and so much fun to listen to.
Everyone is entitled to their opinion because we are all humans and we are American. You can still disagree and believe they are wrong. How much easier it is to adopt the no tolerance policy when you have the majority in your side, like in the case of gay marriage and the confederate flag? But don't forget how the tables were turned just years ago. The majority can tune out and rule by numbers, but is that really the best way?
In order to live and grow together, we must work to meet people where they are. City dwelling liberals have little issue with gay marriage because they live and work and are friends with gay people. Southern white people with black friends aren't going to be racist. Disagreeing with someone and believing they are wrong doesn't have to divide people, but shutting off your ears will.
This process may produce slow and painful changes. But a swift hammer swung by the majority can swing both ways.
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