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Nov 14, 2004 | 5:15 PM EST

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars November 16, 2004

was that a "The critic" sound clip?

I think i recognized it, but long has passed since i saw the critic, did the next thing he said was something about a french fry stuck on his beard or something?. Oh and the part when cartman says "I need an erection to give it to my mom" it was not cartman it was kyle. About the flash... well... i guess i dont have the right to say something about it since i dont know nothing about this O&A thing, but ignoring that fact i think it was the most gay flash\clip\montage i have ever seen in my life...

stevenherman responds:

"I think it was the most gay flash\clip\montage i have ever seen in my life..."


I have two words for you:

“Mission accomplished.”


Rated 0 / 5 stars November 16, 2004

Absolutely horrifying.

That is the most horrifyingly offensive piece of garbage I've ever seen.

Definitions of the word homophobic:
(List of sources avaliable)

-Fear of or contempt for lesbians and gay men and behavior based on such a feeling.

-Irrational fear of, aversion to, or discrimination against homosexuality or homosexuals.

-Having irrational hatred of homosexuality: showing an irrational hatred, disapproval, or fear of homosexuality, homosexual men and lesbians, and their culture.

-The term homophobia means fear or hatred of, aversion to, or prejudice or discrimination against, people who are homosexual. It is sometimes used to mean any sort of opposition to same-sex romance or sexual activity, though this opposition may more accurately be called anti-gay bias.

Homophobia is not a psychiatric term. There is no such thing as clinical homophobia, though the phenomenon of homophobia continues to be studied by groups like the American Psychiatric Association and the American Psychological Association. Some studies have linked deep hatred towards homosexuality to repressed homosexual feelings.
For this reason many feel that it is a loaded term.
Notions similar to "homophobia" have legal definitions in some countries, for example in the controversial gay panic defense, a form of insanity defense, or in hate crime legislation.

There is such a thing as homophia.

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stevenherman responds:

Is there such a thing as homophobia?

We have all heard it used countless times but does this word, homophobia, have any actual meaning?

I believe that it does not; at least in the sense in which it is commonly used. It is rarely applied to those who actually fears homosexuals. Most often it is administered as an epithet to anyone who disagrees with the gay agenda or finds humor in their disposition and lifestyle (stevenherman and opieandanthony).

One can be called a homophobe nowadays due to asking questions like, “So what exactly is the point of this parade?” or “What are you guys proud of here?” Just by asking a few questions (of which there are no easy answers) one can receive the same generic label that was applied to the vile murderers of Matthew Shepard.

It has been my personal experience that merely disagreeing with some of the more vehement gay activists results in one quickly being grouped into an axis of hate.

It doesn’t seem to matter what the specifics of the argument happen to be as, regardless of what you say, they’ll trolley out the same stale, cookie-cutter, accusation of homophobia.

Perhaps if they changed the name of their insult to “gaytotalitarianaphobe” there might be some merit to their claims.

Actually, there is more strategy in the labeling of straights as haters than one might presume. It appears to be a deliberate tactic as a means in which to get the straight population to cower before the demands of the gay agenda. Anne Hendershott explained this angle in The Politics of Deviance:

“Desensitization techniques are even more powerful when combined with jamming, defined by Kirk and Madsen as moving people to a different opinion about homosexuality through a form of operant conditioning. The ‘trick’ of jamming, according to Kirk and Madsen, is to make the homophobe feel a sense of shame ‘whenever his homohatred surfaces.’ They wrote that ‘propagandistic advertisement can depict homohating bigots as crude loudmouths and a**holes– people who say not only faggot, but n***er, kike and other shameful epithets. In the redefinition of defiance, then, anyone who dares to question the morality of gay sexual behavior is labeled a ‘homophobe.’”

There is great truth in her analysis.

Disagreement is not indicative of mental illness or suggestive of one being a well-spring of endless hate.

To deter questioning, activists accuse inquisitive straights of being monsters. Jamming is a mechanism for disabling free inquiry and thereby closing the marketplace of ideas.

Does laughter=hate?

This is the crux of the homophobia position.

Often when one is called a homophobe it is due to finding humor in gay behavior.

Yet such a presumption rings false. One almost never derives laughter from what is hated or feared. I fear great white sharks and do not consider them to be a particularly interesting topic for jokes. The same could be said of piranhas or global warming. It is also true regarding nazism and communism as I hate them both and find no levity in discussing them. With gays it is entirely a different matter.

The titles of various gay bars and restaurants can be absolutely hilarious. In my old neighborhood there were taverns called “The Man Hole” and “The Cockpit.”

Now that is funny stuff indeed.

A few months back, my friend Yakov told me about a new bar by him called “The Piledriver.” How can one not see the humor in such a name?

Isn’t that why they decided to name it as they did?

Clearly, Nazis marching through Nuremberg with torches in their hands evoke few giggles, but the sight of a grown man walking down the road in a pair of black combat books and a G-string is another matter.

Why shouldn’t we laugh?

It’s hysterical.

Really, the real burden falls on those who dress in such a manner.

If one doesn’t want to be satirized then they shouldn’t wear thongs in public. If you do, it’s your business, but there’s nothing wrong with the rest of us cracking up.


Rated 5 / 5 stars November 16, 2004

this is one of the best flash on newgrounds

a laughing ROMP!!!! a worthy successor to the last 2 men on earth!! extremely enjoyable very well done!

stevenherman responds:

"this is one of the best flash on newgrounds"

I couldn't agree with you more.


Rated 0 / 5 stars November 16, 2004



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stevenherman responds:

Lyrics for "Tiptoe through the Tulips"

Tiptoe through the window
By the window, that is where I'll be
Come tiptoe through the tulips with me

Oh, tiptoe from the garden
By the garden of the willow tree
And tiptoe through the tulips with me

Knee deep in flowers we'll stray
We'll keep the showers away
And if I kiss you in the garden, in the moonlight
Will you pardon me?
And tiptoe through the tulips with me



Rated 2.5 / 5 stars November 15, 2004


Freud....... what would he say?

stevenherman responds:

Now this is totally hypothetical, mind you.

*phone rings*

Sigmund: My I speak to Mrs.. Herman?

Kathy: Yes, this is she.

Siggy: I’ve just psychoanalyzed your husband and...

Kate: Yes...

Siggy: And...

Kate: Yes...

Siggy: Well, you have a very sick man on your hands.

Kate: No shit, Sherlock.

*Kate angrily hangs up. Dial tone*