Welcome to BlogsLucianneLoves.com
Home Page  |   Top Five Blogs  |   Profile  |   Contribute
Register  |   Rules  |   Search  |   Contact  |   Submit Your Blog  |   Forgot Password

Posted By: Thrasybulus      12/30/2012 7:52:27 PM
Frary Home Companion, by Professor John Frary
Original Article

Although Maine’s mill towns voted heavily against gay marriage this November, my informants at the Verso Paper Mill in Jay suggest that there’s a thick stratum of sentiment that favored the idea I speak here of bitter homophobes who wish see the gayetariat suffer from marital bondage. Some speak plainly of wishing gays to suffer from the same unblissful domesticity that torments them. There’s an abundance of history which supports their hopes. A sixteenth-century Englishman sums up their view in blunt terms: “To hang or wed; both hath an hour; Hanging is the better of the twain, Sooner done, and shorter pain"

Open to all those registered on Lucianne.com



© 2013 Lucianne.com Media, LLC
New York City, USA
All rights to the text on this site are the exclusive property of the original authors/publishers.

Opinions expressed on this site are those of the individual authors and do not necessarily reflect

the opinions of BlogsLucianneLoves/Lucianne.Com Media, LLC
Contact Us