France’s Gayest Anti-Gay Marriage Activists: Hommen

manif-pour-tous-gay2Via America blog:

France’s gayest anti-gay group, Hommen, is at it again. When they’re not protesting against gay rights, the shirtless, buff, hairless boys of Hommen enjoy forming dogpiles, climbing giant poles and putting on street theater. You know, just good, clean, virulently anti-gay fun.

Witness more of their totally straight antics here.

9 Comments on "France’s Gayest Anti-Gay Marriage Activists: Hommen"

  1. Satire or Sublimation?

  2. lifobryan | Aug 2, 2013 at 12:15 pm |

    Hmmmm …. I’m afraid I’m experiencing cognitive short-circuiting.

    Message: deplorable
    Messengers: hot

  3. rhetorics_killer | Aug 2, 2013 at 1:09 pm |

    This cumulated male display looks like quite a gay-looking fashion. Something about repressed feelings?

    The so-written ‘prisonnier politique’ on their torsos refers to the fact that a young man from the anti-gay demonstration ended up in jail having broken a recent very strict law concerning demonstration behaviour in France. A law edicted by former president Sarkozy, who happens to be the one these same demonstrators cherish. (The anti-gay movement was backed by the powerful catholic church and the totality of reactionary parties, the ‘center’, the right and its extreme.)

    • funny that the same technique used by Femen is not seen like that. (is it just because they do support ss marriage?)

      • rhetorics_killer | Aug 24, 2013 at 5:10 am |

        this is because female imagery does not propagate the same kind of associations as male imagery; so different outcomes will spring out from ‘same’ posing. (And anyway, these ‘homen’ pose for maintaining their social group’s superiority, while femen act for women’s (a minority) rights.)

        • EXCUSE ME? femen wouldn’t even know how to act for WOMEN’S RIGHTS! first because that group is so diluted in stupid protests that they IGNORE ABSOLUTELY the real rights we WOMEN still pursue. When they start protesting about the new mass sterilization wave they are imposing on South America (as if fertility was a disease for women), or why we can’t still have our right to keep our jobs over here when we become pregnant…that is when I could credit them that they are aware of what this all women’s rights are.

          • rhetorics_killer | Aug 25, 2013 at 10:11 pm |

            I was not making a stance for praising femen; merely stated what kind of association induces what ever kind of conclusion. This apart I quite agree with your opinion on femen, a mere society-of-spectacle avatar of caricatural feminism.

          • in that we do agree!

  4. ManwithnoCountry | Aug 5, 2013 at 4:14 am |

    It makes fun of itself.

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