City Council Speaker, Christine Quinn, was married yesterday. Just several months ago, the camera hog was in a commitment ceremony down at City Hall. How many times will the couple be permitted to register at Tiffany’s?
Like a LadyGaGa wedding, Quinn appeared outside a church wearing a stunning half masculine, half lady-like gown, standing next to a lover who looked like an angry bull dog that was too dressed up in one of the outfits rich folks on the Upper East Side put on their mutts when it turns cold outside.
Quinn’s lover, or “wife” or “husband”, whatever she is, wore a traditional tuxedo-like outfit that was the same shade as Quinn’s get up.’I’m the bottom, but still got a little man in me” is what Quinn’s dress expressed to flashing cameras on the stone carpet.
The couple smiled for the cameras, yet for most watching, there was no cause to celebrate and why would such whores be dressed in white? Would Jesus turn water into wine at this wedding? You bet your sweet ass he would with all those truck drivers at the reception. Every news channel was there and so was Michael Bloomberg from Bloomberg News.
Quinn’s red hair seemed touched up with a bottle of Revlon Colorsilk #90– a perfect color for a woman who will likely be the big city’s next leader.
Old and ugly gay people attended the ceremony. There were no handsome male couples invited. What a shame. The wedding guest list was not a true reflection of the real gay world, or maybe it was.
Quinn, as leader of the world’s largest gay city must change her policy tone and understand that her grandstanding of the gay-marriage issue has made the general populous sick of gays. She will be safe with her lesbian partner and friends inside of Gracie Manson while the rest of us must move into homeless shelters, de-funded by Mayor Bloomberg over the past decade, and once again pretend we are not gay just so we can co-exist in a world that is governed by the rich and those who have mastered the art of reality television and politics.
Poor gay people who live in the ghetto must face the back-lash of a ‘go back into the closet’ mentality that most of America, and many of its gay citizens, have assumed, ever since a handful of left-wing, rich radicals have re-written what it now means to be gay in America.