The Eurovision Song Contest staged in Moscow last night was won by Norwegian violinist Alexander Rybak with his song, Fairytale. The contest pitched 41 European nations against each other and Israel for the prestigious prize which usually means fame and fortune for winner. Australian gay rights campaigner Peter Tatchell whose organisation 'Outrage' is committed to the self-determination and human rights of queers turned up but was arrested for public order offences after what he twittered was the "shortest march I've ever been on".
You have to be kidding me! You puke up what many would consider a derogatory characterization about a specific group of people and I'm turning it into an argument? My bad, I bit on your flame bait; Your bad, you're showing your homophobic colors again.
I posted what YOU consider a derogatory characterisation - no one else.
And here we go again with YOU deciding what everyone else thinks. Please help me here, which are you more full of: crap, or yourself? Or both?
Oh let's forget about the song
You mean the song he sings about a woman he's in love with, lost, and wants back? The love affair he refers to as a fairytale? That song? Or are you assuming that "fairy" is a Gay reference? Who's got the agenda?
if it was derogatory I wouldn't have posted it.
Or maybe you just don't realize what you're saying. Perhaps I should start regularly referring to lawyers as shiesters and ambulance chasers. "Hey, that's not derogatory, it's just what everybody else 'em." Puh-leez!
Loc: Finland, on the Arctic Circle
Excuse me for butting in, but the Eurovision Song Contest actually is also a major gay event annually. It probably was not considered as such originally, but the whole euro gay community has kind of adopted it. So I can let KM get away with this one easily.
As for the music, geez, Finland's act was terrible. Rightfully deserved last spot.
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