So...if anyone can explain this Tila Tequila thing to me...I'd really appreciate it.
Am I not supposed to be a little put off by it? Because some of my friends seemed a bit surprised that I didn't think it was some powerful commercialized leap forward for the acceptance of homosexuals within society....
Is it wrong that I kind of wish that she would get squished by a mac truck so that I'd never have to listen to my suitemate discuss the episodes?
I like my suitemate, I've been hanging out with her a lot--really, she's a sweet kid, but she has a lot of strange questions about the gay thing. The kind that make me halt mid conversation and stare at her.
Her response to my comment about not being too keen on the Tila Tequila thing while we and a group of friends were watching the VMAs tonight was 'But I thought you believed in bisexuality?'
..um...yeah...yeah, I do...but...it's not a belief really, is it?
My question is, how the hell did she manage a whole year of Mills before now without having any exposure to the queer community?
I'm just not used to being asked some of the things that she asks--I feel like I have to do a lot of random and complex explaining about an issue...that I don't feel is all that difficult to understand.
And...I feel like I'm being asked to speak for the whole queer community--and really, I can only speak for myself and discuss how I feel and what I understand...difficult. Awkward...strange.
But...yes, Tila...wtf is up with that?