Rick Santorum" Friends don't let friends use pink balls." Bowling, that is...

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Via deathandtaxesmag.com

Sam Youngman (@samyoungman), a campaign correspondent for Reuters, tweeted this yesterday. I've been so snowed under, I'm just getting around to sharing:

That's right, Rick Santorum is encouraging discrimination and bullying, because men associating with anything pink is bad and a man should especially never be caught "on camera" using any inanimate pink object, because that is a very, very bad thing and could turn a guy gay. 

I'm not sure how that happens, exactly. Mr. Laffy wears pink shirts, and somehow maintained his straightitude. His gay-immune system must be highly resistant to gay colors.

What exactly are gay colors?

And do gay men who wear "non-gay" colors turn straight?

"[Santorum is] advancing tired gender norms by implying a boy should be ashamed to use a certain color bowling ball," scolded the Human Rights Campaign.

And this is the man who wants to be the president of all Americans. Yeah, right.

Added, h/t to our friends at Hypervocal:

The best part if that Santorum is known to wear pink ties.

See for yourself.

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  • http://www.blondetwit.com/ Blondetwit

    Just reminds me of a story. Mr. Blondetwit, back in the day when he was working with sex offenders (20+ yrs), had one of his charges make the remark upon entering his office, "Nice dude. Only fags wear pink!"

    Mr. B was wearing a navy suit with a pink oxford shirt. He's 6' 4" tall, built like a linebacker. The sex offender was 5' and 100# dripping wet. Oh, and he was sent up for molesting little boys.

    Interesting how bullies are just simply bullies. It's about power and control. Some people think Santorum "protest too much", but I think everything about him stinks of bullying behavior. He's a thug, plain and simple.