Wednesday, 31 October 2007


Frankly, 'Licia, your denials of lady-loving are as tiresome as the trash-mongers who call you a rug-muncher for having no style, but you’re basically taking their side here:

“I was definitely rough around the edges. I look back at certain interviews and I'm like, 'Damn! Did I have to look that hard? Did I have to do my hair that way?'”

She’s an idiot, but, to use the Keys logic, one glance at her wardrobe could have told us that years ago. Much better to take the Mel C approach to lez-be-friend refuting and leave it as a rhetorical question:

“Because I have short hair and am quite muscular with a few tattoos, am I the stereotypical lesbian?”

If you squint at that for long enough, you can sort of see what she means – she can butch up without craving fanny, thank you. And at least she’s avoiding Alicia’s fear of butch (though, with that attitude, how does she explain this?).

In fact, this is all getting boring. To redress the endless denial-cycle balance, Kate Moss would now come out, shave her head, get a rainbow flag tattooed on her face and open an organic café/dungaree emporium. Sorry, was I saying something about stereotypes?