George Takei’s Locker Room Talk

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I mentioned the other day that George Takei appeared on Howard Stern not long ago and, from the direction of the conversation, seemed to admit to persuading “skittish” men by forcibly grabbing them.

And after the accusation leveled against him, this interview sounded, well, damning.

So naturally, Takei is defending himself by claiming that this suggestive banter with Stern was, well, locker room talk.

He’s not a creepy old gay man; he just plays one on Howard Stern.

Takei took to Facebook to “explain.”

And the explanation is all kinds of ironic.

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So, in other words, it was just locker room talk.

And we all know that talking about grabbing men by the crotch in order to “persuade” them is not the same as doing it.

We should never assume that someone engaging in locker room talk is actually guilty of a crime.

Right, George?

I’m not saying Mr. Sulu is lying.

How should I know if he actually acts like the “naughty gay grandpa” he portrays himself as on Howard Stern?

I just despise the hypocrisy of it all.

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4 thoughts on “George Takei’s Locker Room Talk

  • November 15, 2017 at 11:29 am

    I love the graphic, Dianny!!

  • November 15, 2017 at 11:55 am

    Graphic made me spit coffee…LOL!

    Takei just said the gay version of ‘pussy grabbing’ and his disconnect in that regard makes me think he needs an Alzheimer’s check.

  • November 16, 2017 at 7:48 am

    Lemme tell you a true story here. Back when I was in college, I had some close friends come out of the closet and admit to me they were gay. I was not homophobic in the least and continued to be their friends…actually living with them in an apartment. And we all had an understanding that everything was cool between us just as long as they didn’t ever try to force themselves on me…which they didn’t. Now their friends on the other hand who I was exposed to on numerous occasions because I would sometimes accompany them to the gay bar because I found the drag shows entertaining, were a different story. They tried everything to get me to try experimenting with them. They’d get me drunk and give me all kinds of drugs, but I had a pretty strong constitution back then and could literally drink for several days straight without any sleep as I did a lot of cocaine too in addition to lots of other drugs so they were never able to get me in a state where I could be taken advantage of because the coke kept me pretty “woke” to say…but they certainly tried their best. I was more than happy to accept their free drugs and drinks because I knew I would always be the last one standing anyways. Based on my experience being around a lot of gay people, I found that sexual predatory behavior was their norm rather than the exception. And based on that, I would have to believe that sulu most likely got that guy as drunk as possible and drugged him so he could get some action. That was a pretty common technique used by most of the gay people I knew back in the 80’s.

    • November 16, 2017 at 7:53 am

      One of my favorite techniques to play with them was I’d pretend I had overdone my partying, then I’d pretend to go pass out on the couch. Shortly afterwards without fail, one of them would come over and sit on the couch next to me and I’d still pretend to be asleep, but as soon as they touched me I’d wake right back up and be like I’m ready to party some more, then they’d give me more drinks and free drugs in hopes that just a little more and I’d be out enough for them to molest me. And I did that for 3 years and they never caught on to the fact that I was just tricking them into trying harder.

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