12 Gay Things Not as Gay as Sarah Jessica Parker singing “Let’s Have a Kiki” on GLEE Last Night
BYGays | Nov 30, 2012 | 12:00PM |
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Last night the Internet nearly exploded after GLEE (yes, some people still watch it) managed to do the most gay thing ever in the history of broadcast television. And before we get any further, no – we do not mean gay as in “stupid” or “uncool”. Nothing irritates us more than stupid, uncool people saying “that’s so gay.” No, as BYT’s resident homosexual bloggers we mean gay as in the most homosexual thing you could ever possibly put on television.

What epic gay thing happened last night? None other than Sarah Jessica Parker singing the Scissor Sisters’ “Let’s Have a Kiki” on GLEE…backed up by Shangela from RuPaul’s Drag Race nonetheless.

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We’ve never witnessed something so tailored to homosexuals. How gay was it? Take two lesbians scissoring. Ok? Take two lesbians scissoring and put them on top of two gay bears having sex. Got it? Take two lesbians scissoring and put them on top of two gay bears having sex and add glitter, rainbows, women’s softball teams and unicorns. It would STILL not be as homosexual as Sarah Jessica Parker singing “Let’s Have a Kiki” on GLEE last night. ♥

So, to give you perspective, we present 12 Things Not as Gay as Sarah Jessica Parker singing “Let’s Have a Kiki” on GLEE last night. We’re not hating on any of these things. In fact, we love them. It’s just that – as confirmed homosexuals – we can guarantee that they are not as outlandishly gay as GLEE last night.

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Sarah Jessica Parker singing “Let’s Have a Kiki” on GLEE is more gay than:
1) Liberace prancing around in this little outfit

Sarah Jessica Parker singing “Let’s Have a Kiki” on GLEE is more gay than:
2) Cher and Meryl Streep playing soft-butch lesbian lovers in the Academy Award nominated 1983 motion picture Silkwood.

“Let’s stay home and watch Silkwood. I’m a lesbian who’s been exposed to nuclear waste, hoooooo!”

Sarah Jessica Parker singing “Let’s Have a Kiki” on GLEE is more gay than:
3) This photo of Lance Bass and Barney the Dinosaur.

 Sarah Jessica Parker singing “Let’s Have a Kiki” on GLEE is gayer than:
4) A gay unicorn with a riding crop and pink leather harness.

Sarah Jessica Parker singing “Let’s Have a Kiki” on GLEE is more gay than:
5) Tim Tebow licking his lips shirtless, while in the rain (or just Tim Tebow).

Sarah Jessica Parker singing “Let’s Have a Kiki” on GLEE is more gay than:
6) Lesbians who look like Justin Bieber

Sarah Jessica Parker singing “Let’s Have a Kiki” on GLEE is more gay than:
7) RuPaul dressed as both Michelle and Barack Obama

Sarah Jessica Parker singing “Let’s Have a Kiki” on GLEE is more gay than:
8) A fully stocked mimosa bar at Sunday brunch

Sarah Jessica Parker singing “Let’s Have a Kiki” on GLEE is more gay than:
9) Women in sensible shoes

Sarah Jessica Parker singing “Let’s Have a Kiki” on GLEE is more gay than:
10) Gay men without sensible shoes

Sarah Jessica Parker singing “Let’s Have a Kiki” on GLEE is more gay than:
11) 17th Street the last Tuesday before Halloween

Sarah Jessica Parker singing “Let’s Have a Kiki” on GLEE is more gay than:
12) A Championship Women’s Softball Team

BONUS: Scott Thompson as Buddy Cole

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GLEE, Sarah Jessica Parker, the Scissor Sisters, Shangela, every DC-based DJ who was forced to play “Let’s Have a Kiki” 1,268 times this summer – we thank you.

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