Marvin Consults a Lesbian Expert

In which Marvin contacts Rosa Muñoz, an “ex-gay” program leader with special skills in attending to lesbians. Armed with the weapons of femininity, Marvin gets prayed up for his 2nd discipleship session to sort out Soon.

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  1. Contemplative Activist on April 4, 2006 at 3:51 pm Reply

    I don’t have any high heeled shoes and I love my trainers (or sneakers as they call them in the US).

    OMG – am I masculine?!?! :O

  2. Clint on April 4, 2006 at 5:37 pm Reply

    Did you mean to leave out the text to indicate what was on the audio?

    Thanks
    Clint

  3. Peterson Toscano on April 4, 2006 at 6:23 pm Reply

    No, Clint, it is just that Marvin gets up so much earlier than I do. Most days when I finally get my queer butt on-line, I find he has already called in his audio blog to the blogger switchboard (or however that works).

    It is up now; I apologize for my sloth (isn’t that a deadly sin?)

  4. Willie Hewes on April 4, 2006 at 8:25 pm Reply

    I hope it goes well, Marvin, you seem to have quite the task on your hand.

    High heels (however goodlooking) are the tools of the devil though. I don’t think anyone should be made to wear those.

  5. Contemplative Activist on April 4, 2006 at 8:40 pm Reply

    Preach it Willie!

    BTW – aren’t they really bad for your calf muscles!

    One of my friends used to live in high heels, then got a job as a nursing assistant and part of her uniform was to wear flat nurse style shoes (reaallllllly comfortable – well, for me they would have been!)

    Her calf muscles ached for weeks, poor girl was hobbling around the place for ages!

    CA

  6. Peterson Toscano on April 4, 2006 at 8:46 pm Reply

    Donna Karan has often said that “The heel makes the leg.” Of course it may also destroy the back and the calves, but hey, there is a price to “beauty”.

    Great line in the movie “She’s the Man” when one character tells her mom she doesn’t want to wear heels because they were just an invention by some men to keep women from running away.

  7. Joe G. on April 5, 2006 at 2:14 am Reply

    I couldn’t agree more with you, Marvin. My friend T., who is still a lesbian, has clearly rejected the feminine – unless it’s lying next to her in bed at night…

  8. Christine on April 5, 2006 at 3:12 am Reply

    Marvin…I find it interesting that you didn’t think Soon looked like a lesbian when you first met her, but now you think she looks androgynous (therefore, like a lesbian)?

    Do you think you were either projecting something onto her when you first met her (because you were so excited about the prophecy and her being your potential wife), or are you perhaps projecting something now that you know she is a lesbian?

    Have you heard the expression, “Do you know what you see, or do you see what you know”? Just wondering if it fits here.

    Hope you don’t mind me asking…I’m just curious (especially as someone who was an ex-gay and has experienced some shifts across the femininity spectrum).

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