Azealia Banks Jumps On the Gay Male Bashing Bandwagon: Gay Men Are More Misogynist Than Straight Men. They Are “Faggots”.‏

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3 Responses

  1. Just based solely on the information in this post and not knowing anything about Azealia or her music, in general I would say that sometimes the F-word may be used in the same manner in which the N-word should be used when you’re among your class/”people’s” because such words exist to help the specific group/culture keep a “middle ground” of the over all stereotype/image of said group. I have used the F-word to label a person who I did feel did not represent the LGBT culture and community in a positive manner. In a world where it is a good thing to be a “drama queen” or a “bitch” and call each other that on a frequent basis with no thought to it, sometimes we do need to reach into the vulgar and unpopular vocabulary box in order for the words and message to really make a point. I don know know what happened between Azealia and Perez Hilton but sometimes people like Perez Hilton do need a reality check. Some people never come out of the closet because they are afraid of being associated or turning out like Perez Hilton.

  2. Bob in Chicago says:

    Sounds like you are a bit homophobic and closeted yourself. Good luck with that. Now go ahead and rage against me for not agreeing with your crap. You know you will. And I know you will. This women does not need to be defended. She has a public voice. You and I do not.

  3. izzoiz says:

    Complete ignorant trash. Go back to school and get an education because clearly your mouth was to busy flapping to pay attention in class.

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