Sometimes You’re A Total Queen
a word typically used to describe a “stereotypical messy gay man”.
queens come in many shapes,
the super feminine or “no he can’t be gay!” masculine.
queen is the life’s “nigga”.
another word i use to describe ignorant blacks.
so when i was watching rhoa last night…
nene leaked kept calling kenya’s friend a “queen”.
the one who was defending her from that ol dude who grabbed her.
sorry i couldn’t resist.
anytime she had to describe him,
it was always followed by how she thought he was a queen.
well everyone had their boxer briefs in a bunch after the episode.
she’s an enemy now?
well i’m glad this was the unofficial “gay man” wake up call.
some of these females are only using you.
i been saying it.
her friend did not come off like a queen.
he acted more of a man than any one of them who were in the room.
has apollo defended his wife against chuck’s allegations?
why was peter all up in kandi’s face?
where was the punch from todd to peter?
how scary was chuck behind his wife?
is greg nene’s bitch?
who is christopher williams?
i thought nene was way out of line (as usual),
but then again,
she is a woman who thinks ALL gay men act the same.
so every mood swing,
every physical action,
and every thing that is considered “feminine” is now enhanced when you’re gay.
well a queen.
what if apollo did the same thing brandon did for phaedra?
so i had to wonder after last night’s episode,
can we really get mad at nene for calling brandon a queen?
hell at any woman who calls you a “queen” once things go south?
she lives in a state where all she encounters are that.
even tho i have always thought she is a raging dumb ass,
she is an ignorant raging dumb ass due to her surroundings.
all the “queens” love her.
she is their queen.
they bow down and love her messiness.
it reminds them of their own messiness.
the stereotypical loud black woman and her stereotypical loud black queens.
that is all she sees and all she knows.
it kinda reminds me of white people and the word “nigga”.
“nigga” has no hurtful meaning anymore remember?
its 2014 and white people love them some black culture.
they are comfortable using the word since its everywhere.
can you really get mad when that word has become so mainstream now?
just like being gay and the stereotypical queens that come with it?
i’m glad gay men who are masculine are starting to show face,
but i had to wonder no matter how masculine we are…