Thursday, June 19, 2008

On Homoerotism in Literature

I haven't got a clue what homoerotism in literature means. I just know that the Flash looks good in tight. See, I started reading Flash and Superman and Captain America since I was a kid. At first it was fun you know, I like the stories, I like the pictures.. and it was a great excape from all the shit, erm stuff, that was bugging me.. And my mum didn't want me to read them.

But, later on when I realized that I was erm, gay, erm, I read them for a different reason. Because, in ways that no one intended, these superheroes were a lot like me. At work they're unappreciated. They're the guys that never get laid and uh, when they're around other people, they can't let anyone get too close for fear that their true identities would be discovered.

Yet with all the villians and monsters and evils forces that tried to destroy them, somehow they survived. Even the one thing that can kill Superman, the one thing that he has no immunity to, the Kryptonite, he's still able to save the world! I believe the same thing about us. That's what the comics have shown me.

That despite everything, we'll survive... And we'll win.

- So said the adorable Micheal on QAF...


ps1: Flash by alphadeltago
ps2: Superman by
shaun wong
ps3: Captain America by
trufx
ps4: Takeout heroes by
hartboy

5 Jujus:

passerby said...

Very touching...

savante said...

Finally! Someone who watches QAF!

Legolas said...

Like the UK version of QAF.

Because I only watched that. Muahaha...

Darren said...

We are with you, the rainbow warriors. Heh heh heh.

Ah-Bong said...

passerby: touching???

savante: hello... lots of ppl watch QAF wat.

legolas: i watched the US version...

darren: lmao. rainbow warriors?