March 25, 2015 | celebrity | Lex Jurgen | 0 Comments
Dolce & Gabbana took another hit from the gay community when Ellen lambasted the unambiguously gay duo for making comments in an Italian magazine about in-vitro fertilization being as awful as pairing beige slacks with a taupe sweater. In a quirk of expectations, the designing ex-couple mentioned that babies should come from men and women fucking. Elton John took round one of the wagging finger of shame last week, followed by Ellen this week. It’s like a one two sucker punch of gay mafia interpretation of the free in free speech meaning you’re free to speak like me.
It’s not even worth commenting on because they’re, you know, ignorant.
Though Ellen did then comment by saying she’d never ever wear their clothes again. She was going to say ‘buy’ when she remembered all her designer clothes come for free. Ellen’s soulmate and surprisingly nimble finger puppet Portia de Rossi took a more reasoned approach to the D&G controversy:
The only thing you can say is that, you know, we’re all entitled to free speech. However, I just don’t understand who they are. I don’t understand why they would want to say that.
Maybe because they were raised in traditional Italian Catholic homes and they believe it? Fuck if I know the moral origin of their theories on ideal reproduction I know you don’t. They’re not campaining to outlaw IVF. They’re just two guys who make dresses and handbags who have an opinion you don’t like. No matter, your bitch going to fuck them up something proper. A little diversity training.
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