“I like the idea of Glee but why is it that every time I watch an episode I feel like I’ve stepped into a puddle of HIV?”
Naturally, Perez Hilton has already pulled a torch out of his ass and lit it, except it should probably be pointed out that Bret Easton Ellis has a history of banging men and women, but prefers to call his sexuality “indeterminate.” Also, it’s funny to equate things with AIDS. Anyway, the author has a past of pissing all over anti-gay bashing initiatives by being depressingly realistic:
In November, he took on the gay youth suicide prevention campaign “It Does Get Better.” “Not to bum everyone out, but can we get a reality check here?” he posted. “It gets worse.”
Of course, the most surprising part is how quiet Ryan Murphy has been in the past 24 hours. Then again, I can only assume he’s writing a 20-page open letter on how Bret Easton Ellis might as well have branded every gay music student in America with a number before marching them to Dachau. I bet it’s that.