|The Chicago Reader's transgender |
dream date "Angelica" "Let's play two!"
Not so with today's cultural Marxist scribes of the dying Chicago Sun Times' dying weekly throwaway, the Chicago Reader.
Emerging from their left wing echo chamber just before Valentine's Day , the hipster doofuses who run the Chicago Reader put out their "Most Eligible Chicago Singles" profiles.
Should George Lucas ever attempt a remake of his famous Star Wars bar scene, he could do the casting right here.
The Reader's editorial goofuses showcased their idea of eligible young singles, to wit:
1) A transgendered black female (?) who bore a striking resemblance to a young Ernie Banks wearing a woman's wig,
2) A gay black male U of C artsy fundraiser who says he has a "great butt" from bicycling around Hyde Park,
3) a gay male Latino lawyer who cites Ruth Bader Ginzburg as his ideal role model,
4) A 36 yr.old female art director who's in an oxymoronic quest for a "stylish, intelligent, queer butch,"
5) An androgynous bald mixed race, Lincoln Square mullata who seems to have feminine facial characteristics and says she is looking for a "dark handsome alpha male".
And then there were the Reader's five clearly heterosexual "dream dates."
|What woman could resist this |
charming Chicago Reader "dream date?"
They are really too dreary to dwell on, but in a nutshell, the heteros consisted of:
1) Two waifish Asians who underscored the media perception that Asians are neither sexy nor interesting,
2) Two straight white males, one with all encompassing body art and another who was fashionably holding up a rotting deer's head by the antlers and,
3) A rather odd white female fundraising bureaucrat for Chicago Kent Law School who boasts of having visited every country in the former USSR (so how was the room service at the Sverdlovsk Gulag Hilton?)
The good news is that cultural Marxist group think has begun to reach truly absurd depths and nobody's buying anymore.
That's why the lefty Chicago Sun Times just announced yet another round of layoffs and/or buyouts and those little street corner newspaper baskets are always overflowing with unread Chicago Readers