Sunday, October 23, 2022

Do Sparrows Have Drag Shows?

Here's a video of sparrows mating.

Everyone seems to be having a good time. Courtship and mating for sparrows doesn't take a whole lot of time. A day, perhaps? After that, the mom will gestate the eggs inside of her and when they're ready, she'll lay the eggs in the nest that she and the dad have built. They will then incubate the eggs and feed each other. 

Irony Alert: The video below showing sparrow chicks being fed by mom was preceded by an advertisement for Catherine Blakespear, a Democrat running for state senate whose entire platform is centered on killing babies. Perfect. Just perfect.

Once the sparrow children hatch, the parents will feed them, keep them warm and protect them. It will look like this.

If the daddy sparrow couldn't get off unless he dressed like a female sparrow and then mated with other males or maybe inanimate objects while watching videos of sparrow sex, you wouldn't say to yourself, "Well, that's perfectly normal behavior for a sparrow." Instead, you'd say something like, "There's something wrong with that boy."

If the mommy sparrow shaved half of her head, dyed her feathers a shade of blue associated with the effluent from a Chinese chemical factory and then tried to mate with other female sparrows or perhaps mechanical devices, you'd have a similar reaction.

When people do it, we hold parades in their honor, give them tenured faculty positions, make them diversity trainers, pick them as spokescreatures for cosmetic companies and invite them to the White House to meet with the president.

When the sparrows are done with what they're doing, there will be more sparrows flying around and chirping. When the people are done, dry cleaners will have more business.

This is Dylan Mulvaney, a flaming pervert who can't get off unless he pretends to be a grotesque exaggeration of an adolescent girl. He met with President Biden recently because Joe is intrigued by the act of masturbating while play-acting a scene from a Barbie doll fantasy.

This is Lindsay Briggs, a tenured professor at Chico State who is a big proponent of using mechanical devices to get off. She looks like an extra from a Mad Max film. 

Here's how Chico State describes her.

Dr. Lindsay Briggs is a tenured faculty member in the Department of Public Health & Health Services Administration (PHHA). During Lindsay's time here she has become involved in a wide variety of campus programs including as a participant in the 2nd cohort of Diversity Academy, as a Diversity Certificate trainer, as one of the two Safe Zone trainers on campus, has been the faculty advisor for the Student Health Advisory Committee, has served on several Health Center hiring committees, and participated in three Faculty Learning Communities through CELT. In addition, she has won the Conversations on Diversity “Walk the Line” award and the AS Gender and Sexuality Equity Center’s Harvey Milk Award for her activism on behalf of the LGBTQ community.

My favorite part is that she is a Safe Zone trainer. I'm sure that comes in handy when you're at a dangerous place like Chico State. One can only imagine the threats students face there.

This Isn't Hard

Look, sex is fun. However, it's not meant to be an obsession. It's telos, it's purpose, is to make babies. They are supposed to be your focus, not the orgasm. It's so easy to get all wrapped up in the diversity and acceptance stuff and lose track of what's most important in life. That would be life itself, in case you were wondering.

But here we are, with our president bringing a sexually dysfunctional pervert into the White House for a consult and a Cal State school celebrating a woman who has completely lost the plot.

If we had any comedians left, we'd be laughing hysterically at all of this.

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