Marc Sant loves the gay rainbow but is afraid of bumping into any bearded ladies while in Austria

Published: May 9, 2014 at 1:37pm

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8 Comments Comment

  1. J Farrugia says:

    A family of contradictions.

  2. kev says:

    For most of my life I’ve avoided people who are morally uptight, but that bearded drag queen looks too repulsive to defend.

    I know I’m missing the point, somewhere, but I would have thought that a man who wanted to look like a woman would have done away with the beard.

    So it seems this is more about ‘artistic innovation’ than sexuality, although given that some men wouldn’t mind screwing a goat, I’m sure the beard could also be a turn-on.

    Xej sew, Roger. Bid-daqna, issa, moda… basta trimmjata.

  3. Calculator says:

    So, basically, our ‘liberal and progressive’ party will allow gay marriage and adoptions, organise a whole party for the campiest of the camp LGBT lobby, but bearded women? That crosses the line.

  4. Ronnie says:

    Conchita on the other hand would be thrilled to meet such a fine male specimen! Possibly he could do with a beard to mitigate the fact that he has no chin.

  5. Chris Ripard says:

    WTG Marc! Are you still proud of your LGBT advisor?

  6. T.T. Barnum says:

    As is well-known, bearded women are nothing new and they have been the subject of sideshows and circus acts for a long time.

    Frankly, I find this Austrian “woman” singer repulsive and somewhat disturbing.

    Serves me right for straying away from my usual habit of not watching this song festival on which Malta keeps spending money which could have been used more profitably.

    What next, a pregnant male singer next year?

  7. Gobsmacked says:

    What is he doing to his eyebrows?

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