Now, while I respect everyone's right to their beliefs, I personally find the belief that homosexuality is wrong, shameful, and unnatural to be abhorrent. So when I got to the part of the video in which the lecturer explained his views on homosexuality (using carrots and doughnuts as metaphors for male and female anatomy, respectively) by stating that "men were not created to sword-fight and women were not created to have pastry parties," two thoughts immediately occurred to me:
- Is that how he thinks gay men have sex?
- A pastry party sounds like a freaking fantastic idea!
I invited a bunch of my queer, lesbian, bisexual, and ally friends over for a Pastry Party, where the wine flowed, cookies and cobbler were baked, and conversations about sexuality and heteronormativity were had. It was delightful…
Of course, after everyone cleared out, I realized that all I'd eaten all day were cookies and cobbler… and also that "pastry party" is my new favorite euphemism for lesbian sex.