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Media's marginalization of heterosexuality

Mon May 27, 2019 6:05 pm

I read the Guardian, and they barely ever talk about normal people anymore. You certainly never see pics of normal couples on their frontpage, but you see homos and freaks all the time. Right now, you got this:

How we met: ‘Someone I had only seen in photos was suddenly there. It was such a lovely feeling’ ... ly-feeling


The "polyamory" articles get me the most. Hadn't heard the word a few months ago, and now it's everywhere, appearing on these frontpages on a regular schedule. I don't believe in the "Satanic" conspiracies that some are propagating, but I can see that if I had lower IQ, I would. It really looks devilish from a distance. (From up close it's just a bunch of weirdoes happy to promote their personal preferences now that men no longer have the balls to put them in their place.)

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Re: Media's marginalization of heterosexuality

Tue May 28, 2019 7:14 pm

Neither was expecting to find love on Instagram. “It was a bit of a surprise,” says Robert. “I wasn’t looking. I had decided I was going to put all the dating apps to one side and focus on my PhD. I used to despair about being single and would talk to my dad about it, and wonder if there was something wrong with me. He said that it will come when I least expect it. I thought, ‘That’s a cliche,’ but it came true.”
There's definitely something wrong with you, but not what you think it is.

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