The Dartmouth Observer
Sunday, April 06, 2003
Is John's idiocy hot or not?
John said: "good looking queer people need only to meet the same standards that I use for everyone else. There is nothing about being queer that a priori changes their status on the 'I am hot or not' scale."
Aside from the fact that queer people tend to not just be attracted to people of the opposite gender of course!
I don't have much personal empirical knowledge to base this on, but let's use some 'a priori' reasoning and common sense: having differing objects of attraction than the 'norm' and different people attracted to you might, just might, somehow lead to a different 'am I hot or not scale'. Just a thought.