- Drag Queens - Queer Eye - Dancing - Clubs - Leather Bars -
Bathhouses - Drugs - Haute Couture - Pride Parades - Liberal
Media - Hollywood - Sex
words are what a lot of people think of when they hear about
the "gay community." We know this isn't what being
gay is all about, but this is what gets thrown at us all the
time. Advertising isn't just about selling you a product, but
a lifestyle. There's an image we're expected to project: the
right clothes, the right look, the right car, and the right
body. It can be pretty fucking hard to ignore. If you can cut
through all of the bullshit, the real question becomes "What
am I buying into?"
you party because you think that's what being "gay"
is all about? Do you feel like you're missing out on something
if you don't? What are you buying into?
food - easy checkout - automatic deposits - online shopping
- microwave dinners - easy sex - ATMs
society values instant gratification. Thanks to the internet
you can have sex
delivered to you like a pizza. It's easy to get caught in the
cycle of craving and reward. Drugs fit right into this. They
help you cope with work, sex,
boyfriends, money, parents, family, sex,
and dating. What needs are you meeting by using drugs? Is it
possible to get those needs met any other way?