I'm so glad that damn Key West advertisement is gone. It was pissing me off.
But it's still f'ing dyke oriented. I need some fag advertisements.
Ack, I hated the key west one too, although for different reasons. Just because I like girls doesn't mean I want to watch random ones feeling each other up. :P
I guess you could cross-dress and pretend to be lesbian and go rainbow rafting? It would at least be entertaining if nothing else....
I'm not the outdoorsey type... Sex in the woods=bug bites -,-...
I don't think anyone has ever O!'ed in the woods that I know of...
I don't like it either, you can't even see the girls in the ad! just joking, but seriously....
The male ads tend to be too sleazy for personals sites, porn, and sex toys, so we rarely get them and when we get them, I reject them.
"Sell your cleverness and buy bewilderment." - Rumi
Add me on Facebook and MySpace.
If myspace can advertise a special on a 100 pack of condoms, I think you can show an ad about a dildo -,-
But when, for example, Mother Lol-taire (or PurpleFish as I was briefly back in the day) stumbles upon her 13 year old's computer history one day, gets over absolutely no-one's initial shock and does her reading and realises the site is run by a man who is not in the very first flush of youth, sees the writing community for Queer and Questioning Youth is plastered in sleazy ads, and jumps to melodramatic, Death in Venicey conclusions about what sort of set up this Jeff fellow is runnng here.
Or baby-Lol-taire- or PurpleFish as I was when I was just a baby- cautiously clicks on the webpage (finally having got up the courage) on a Thursday evening when Mother Lol-taire, is at choir practise and as a mere naif at the filthy content in the margins knots up her stomach and scares her away from her only little bit of refuge in the uncharted territory of sexual confusion that dead-ends straight into the closet.
And this is just what might happen in leafy Surrey to people who know people who read the Guardian and people who know people who have gay friends.
I adore you. And Surrey. God, you're so good!
" . . . The sun does not shine upon this fair earth to meet frowning eyes, depend upon it." Charles Dickens
I can show any type of advertising I want. I choose not to.