I told you Depeche Mode was gay

Tuesday, 23 January 2007

From “Love God’s Way.”

One of the most dangerous ways homosexuality invades family life is through popular music. Parents should keep careful watch over their children’s listening habits, especially in this Internet Age of MP3 piracy. [Ed: just make sure they steal wholesome music!]

Bands to watch out for [Ed: trimmed a bit]

  • Ravi Shankar
  • Ghostface Killah
  • Eagles of Death Metal
  • The Doors
  • Queen
  • The Strokes
  • Morrissey (?questionable?)
  • The Pet Shop Boys
  • Metallica
  • Judas Priest
  • The Village People
  • The Rolling Stones
  • David Bowie
  • Frankie Goes to Hollywood
  • Jay-Z
  • Depeche Mode
  • John Mayer
  • Velvet Underground
  • Madonna
  • Elton John
  • Barry Manilow
  • Indigo Girls
  • Eminmen
  • Nirvana
  • Boy George*
  • Motorhead
  • DMX
  • kd lang
  • Frank Sinatra
  • Nickleback
  • Clay Aiken
  • Red Hot Chili Peppers
  • Elton John (really gay)

In Our effort to keep this list up to date we’d appreciate your help. If you know of a band that is Gay [Ed: GLAD will be pleased to see it get the respect of a capital letter, no doubt.] or propogating a Gay message please email us so we can update. Donnie is handling this his email is: donniedavies@gmail.com

The Circle Jerks

There are so many ways to go at this…

First, anyone who needs to be told that The Village People was a gay band is so utterly disconnected from ALL sexuality he must be considered a sight-challenged eunuch.

Second, sure John Mayer and Nickleback and others on the list are gay but not in the sense of actually homosexual. Gay in the 80’s sense.

Third, Metallica? Jay-Z? Sinatra? Who made this list? Oh, yessssss… Donnie Davies.

Dear Donnie,

There is no single gayer name for a man than Donnie.
Please stick with Donald or consider a trip to courthouse
for a name a man would be proud to wear on a name
tag at a strip club.
Signed, Not-Donnie

Please do drop him a line. He needs all the help he can get.


Donnie Davies

Update: Holy wardrobe! I hadn’t even discovered the fellow’s video.

Donnie, man. Don’t be afraid to come out. Seriously. You’ll be kind of surprised how little most people will care either way.

And your band’s name is Evening Service. Evening Service? Your subconscious mind is trying to help you man. Take the hint before you end up exploring the issue secretly via dangerous and illegal paths.

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Jen

Re: I told you Depeche Mode was gay

Shit man... My ears have been being invaded by The Gay Agenda all my life, and I didn't even notice. Sneaky bastards. Anyone got a pitchfork?

By Jen on 24 January 2007 · 19:39
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Ashley

Re: I told you Depeche Mode was gay

Me too. I am afraid I might become gay every second iTunes is open now.

Of course I did fail to disclose an item… David Bowie kissed me on the ear in a dream once and I didn’t mind a bit. Hmmmmm… Maybe it is working on me.

Of course what Janet Jackson did to me a dream seems to take the ball away and run it back the other way for a goal.

By Ashley on 24 January 2007 · 21:10
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martin m

Re: I told you Depeche Mode was gay

I'm thinking of submitting my own name to Donnie. I'm not really planning on ever making a substantial income from my music (or my writing or anything really for that matter), but any publicity is good publicity.

By martin m on 25 January 2007 · 12:12
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Ashley

Re: I told you Depeche Mode was gay

Me: I wish I’d said that.

Myself: You will, Ashley, you will.

By Ashley on 25 January 2007 · 12:53
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Celia

Re: I told you Depeche Mode was gay

hello...i dont believe music makes you gay.
if you are a good parent and educate your son with what is right and wrong, it doesnt matter what they hear. They will choose the music and define actions based on what their rooths and values.
is not magical, is not like you hear the whole Violator album from depeche and now you are gay.
i think music is beautiful, and if you dont like some lyrics you choose not to listen. but it doesnt transform you in something else unless you are not healthy (brains) or mental weak.
but thats just me, have a good day!

celia

By Celia on 7 November 2009 · 15:17
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Vagrant

Re^2: I told you Depeche Mode was gay

Celia, I'd like to believe that, but the simple truth is that the radio is turning everyone into nihilist homosexuals. It has nothing to do with they were raised. They're still good people and they love their parents and so forth. And their parents love them, needless to say. Well, the good parents love them. But there is no denying the proliferation of nihilist homosexuality, and there's no denying the role of music.

By Vagrant on 10 November 2009 · 06:29
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Ashley

Re^3: I told you Depeche Mode was gay

I thought I was a mean absurdist. :)

By Ashley on 10 November 2009 · 19:22
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iaan

Re: I told you Depeche Mode was gay

This Donnie guy is an actor his site and video are blatantly humorous. just mocking the most conservative christians. it's kinda funny actually..

By iaan on 26 December 2010 · 05:48
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Ashley

Re^2: I told you Depeche Mode was gay

Quite right, quite right. About the fictional part at least. This brand of satire is like a bad Saturday Night Live sketch delivered a bit too earnestly.

By Ashley on 26 December 2010 · 09:44
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