You are the best poster here. Why bother replying to a troll? I don't even read his posts, I just skip them. I've been lurking here for years and I always look forward to your posts. I won't register for this cesspool just so I can put its most vocal inhabitants on ignore. No need to waste valuable time crafting exquisite replies to people who don't have the mental resources to process them.
After all, even Jay Mohr has recently said that Morrissey is "a stunningly beautiful man".
A few hetero women watch gay porn a few times, usually out of OMG! fascination, hardly because they find the men 'better looking'.
I agree, he's light years away from Wayne & Cagney but I'd rather deal with their code of honour than his convoluted nonsenses about *humasexuality*. No, teenage girls aren't interested in real men when they choose pop stars, hence my naming of the Osmonds/David Cassidy. 1 Direction are the latest anoydyne poster boys. I agree he's effeminate & pretty, or rather was before he became a crumpled gnarled middle-age man. In your fantasy world he's the "epitome of sexuality" but I think that says more about your sex life than anything else.
You're not the only woman who has fantasies about Morrissey, and not the only one to be wasting her time in doing so.
"I don't think heterosexual women care if he is gay or bi or heterosexual."
Well, he cares enough to rush out a denial to his fag-hag enablers as soon as his shack-up with a bloke was classed as gay-dom.
I truly do believe that (especially when it comes to the internet) if you don't have anything nice to say, you really should say nothing at all.
Just noticed this when ludicrous "Name" entity quoted your comment again. How did I miss that one? !!!
If you "truly do believe" this then
a) why do you listen to most of Morrissey's lyrics? "Sorrow Will Come In The End" is just so...positive and uplifting!
b) how have you managed to read "Autobiography"/TTY updates without a sick-bag?
c) how do you cope with the cognitive dissonance of calling me out on supposed "negativity" whilst wallowing in the emotional ventilation festival of negativity that's the career of your "Viva Hate" lame messiah?
Or, alarmingly, is it the case that none of this has ever occurred to you before? Your attempt to defend a vile windbag by setting limits on commentary around his windbaggery is ever so slightly...silly? Try some other approach. Not sure what, but it has to be worth a try to stop your Temple of Morrissey collapsing about your ears.
And no, sorry, but I don't "hate" him or anyone else. Not even McCartney & Starr on the news tonight at some ridiculous Grammy re-union. I mock and scorn them, but "hate"? No. I hate what's happening in Syria, not what some silly ex-C list pop star is/isn't doing. Sorry to remove that comfort blanket from you. You'll need something a LOT more substantial to counter my analysis.
Bullshit. I am one of those women. And gay porn stars are WAY better looking than hetero ones. Hetero porn is made from/for a man's point of view. The men aren't looking at the men. They are focusing on the women. The guy can have the ugliest mug on the planet and still be a huge star as long as his cock is huge and stiff. Women like to see a handsome, kissable face. So yes, they do appreciate gay porn because it focuses on more than the genitalia. They get to see the whole package. Pretty package. Of course, there is porn made for women these days. Problem is, it is often sensual. Massages. Candles. Sometime you want to see hardcore F&%^$#@! But with good looking men.
Do you think I am the only female who finds him sexy regardless of what his sexual orientation happens to be? No, I am not. That you don't 'get it' says something about your biases and prejudices, not about my sex life. Ad hominem, anyone? InsultFail.
I don't have fantasies about Morrissey. Not at all. I said many fans/women do. I said I find him to be sexy--especially in that video. I don't find Morrissey to be sexy at all these days. The older he gets, the more masculine he looks, and the less attractive I find him to be. Part of this is due to my preference for youthful beauty. I admit it. But part of it is that I like the pretty-boy androgynous look of young Morrissey. I find women who look androgynous to be quite beautiful as well.
I know he has hangups about his sexuality. But I don't care what he is oriented towards. I just care that he can't talk about it freely. Sad, really.
If you're turned on by gay porn, you're a rare statistical outlier. True, most men want to be Ron Jeremy, whilst most women don't want to shag Ron. However: most women want to be fcuked by Jack Lawrence-types and most men want to be me/Jack Lawrence, that's just how it is. Here's Jack talking about his exercise bike, it's not a porn clip!
This debate is already done and dusted, but it would be amusing to see a sex-tape of Morrissey masturbating over some LP covers, I suppose:
You say you don't have fantasies about Moz but find him sexy....erm..Derp... How does that work? LOL! No, still don't understand how a str8 women watching a man have sex with another man can find him "sexy" in any meaningful way. Moz was moderately pretty in a shy-twink kind of way when he was younger. Now he just looks bitter and angry. Probably because he hasn't come to terms with his sexuality/asexuality and all the rest of it.Or maybe he's never let go of St Patrick's Cathedral type body-shaming religious crap? Who cares?
Now he just looks bitter and angry.
A better person to ask, " If a pop star were to come out and say he enjoys a bit of pork sword/8" of british beef up his arse, would it stop you fantasizing about him having sex with you?", would have been Playcat. She is having sex with men, fantasizes about Morrissey and/or finds him sexually attractive, and is open minded about sexual expression.
Really? Out of my depth? Oh, the LOLs! I guess it's POSSIBLE that there's someone on this site who could present a challenge to my debunk of The Cult of Morrissey, but I doubt it very much.
BB doth protest too much methinks.
You sound desperate mate, yes your oh so clever O level wordplay may be able to bully a few of the poor saps on here (myself included!) but don't pretend you're in the same ball park as Anaesthesine.
Morrissey. Beautiful. Absolutely. Beauty is subjective of course, but Morrissey, at his physical peak (which varies according to personal preference) was blindingly beautiful in a perfectly pansexual way. Yes, Bowie was more groundbreaking (and more edgy) in his gender-bending (he got there first), but he was clearly performative. Morrissey was (and occasionally still is) able to radiate something singularly threatening and vulnerable which drove people mad. I remember, I was there. Many of us have heard straight men say (often in a semi-joking tone) that Moz is the one they would have made an exception for, that he could change a fella's mind. It's a part of that strange energy that he has always been able to summon up live.
As for Morrissey's masculinity: he's no skinhead or lurking thug, it's true, but there are plenty of photos out there where he sports a jawful of stubble and a rather aggressive demeanor. Particularly during his post-Quarry third act, there were nights when he seemed like a barrel-chested brawler. I saw him nearly dive into the audience one night to clock a heckler. He seemed a bit sauced, and utterly "male."
I think you are projecting heteronormative proclivities onto others, where they often do not belong. Just because a man is attractive does not make him a potential mate. It makes no difference whether a man is gay, straight or bi, single or married, interested or out of reach. He is either attractive to you or he is not. I wonder how many women and men have hit on Morrissey "in real life." We know he's had a few anonymous male encounters. I'm willing to bet that, in a smoky bar (somewhere where you can still smoke), a brooding, solitary Morrissey would still undoubtedly attract amorous female attention.
Yes, this. The first time I saw Morrissey in concert was in 2009. Pictures and YouTube videos don't give you the full effect of seeing him live. The way he moves in person, on stage, is very Alpha Male: no wasted movement, every gesture, every step sure and confident. He started off the show wearing a tux and tie. Even the way he took off his tie . . . I never thought I would describe him as manly. He was shaped like an inverted triangle, with a very broad chest, back, and shoulders. I could not believe that this was the same person as the swishy, mincy, effeminate, flailing, and oddly ambiguously alluring, early 90s Moz.
I don't have sexual fantasies about him, but the Morrissey I saw on that stage lit up the parts of my hetero-female brain the way big boobs light up the brains of straight guys. If I saw a person like that in every-day life and that person wasn't Morrissey but just some random guy, I might be intrigued or even impressed, but I would avoid him. He looked like the type of man who would go to a very high-priced place to orchestrate a very high-priced deal, or to cheat on his socialite wife with his 20 year old mistress. Or he'd show up in Vegas on a private jet and he'd roll into a multi-billion dollar casino, entourage in tow, and he'd be escorted to the secret back rooms where the high rollers play the real games.
Again, not talking about Moz in the above description, but about the way he came across and the images he conjured. The "new" Morrissey was a stark, jarring contrast to the early 90s version -- but both are titillating in their own way.