Tuesday, February 11, 2014

We Should All Be Afraid of Gay Rage

Gianni Versace
December 2, 1946 - July 15, 1997
In the Urban Dictionary, the definition for gay-rage is confined to an internal fight between individuals who are self-identified as gay:
A temper tantrum observed in homosexual men who exhibit emotional behavior of a female coupled with the strength of a man. Such deadly pairing is particularly worrisome given that crimes, such as assault and/or murder committed in a gay-rage usually reveal a gory and violent confrontation above normal levels (i.e. excessive bruising, multiple gunshot or stabbing wounds)
World headlines screamed the gory details of the shooting death of Gianni Versace, the fashion mogul to Madonna and Princess Diana, on July 15, 1997, by a spurned 27 year old gay man, Andrew Cunanan.  For a moment, begrudgingly, the world got a glimpse into the seamier world of the homosexual rage.  Versace was in a long term committed relationship, but apparently, it was an open relationship to other "experiences".   The outraged Cunanan shot himself, in what might have been a strange form of repentance.  Versace was known to frequent handsome young men.  The aging designer had a particular fetish for the young and attractive male.  (more...)

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