Everybody who knows me knows I have rotten gaydar. (Heck, just look at my ex-boyfriends! *drum sting* Thank you, you’ve been a lovely audience.) But anyway, now – thanks to technology and capitalism – I will no longer be caught unawares that yet another of my snappy-dressing Englishman buddies is a friend of Dorothy. I can buy gaydar! (Link courtesy of Ernie.)


Add yours →

  1. Hey- I heard about this about a year ago, and then saw nothing else on it. At first, I thought it was hokey – but now I am all for it. I mean, lord knows it is hard enough – as a straight person, you like someone, you think you are getting signals but you are not sure, but that is just because you’re not sure if they like you. Why not just eliminate all that “are they gay?” speculation for people? That is a whole loophole that I would (if I was single) like to avoid. Besides, it is getting harder to tell these days! 🙂

  2. See, the problem I have is that I don’t need it to identify potential dates, but rather just to avoid embarrassing social situations. But I don’t think you can “detect” the gays (as Kel would say) unless you’ve got your own set to “gay” as well, right? Well, I don’t want to set off beepers; I just want to know who I can safely set up with my sister or not. 🙂

Comments are closed.