Bigot (n) Poster Child: François Ozon, French film director…and others of his school of gay thought
A definition from The Merriam-Websters (online) dictionary:
a person obstinately or intolerantly devoted to his or her own opinions and prejudices; especially : one who regards or treats the members of a group (as a racial or ethnic group) with hatred and intolerance
François Ozon celebrates the gay lifestyle to the detriment of mainstream heterosexuals, glorifying gay desire and depicting heterosexual relationships as fundamentally grotesque or depraved. Typical of a militant gay worldview, resulting perhaps from an (apparently) irrevocable loss of self, heterosexual characters in his films express an unhealthy fear of love and the other. His gay characters are fixated on their own selves, seeking to find acceptance through a validation of their homosexuality.
We all know that gay-bashing is a crime. But cultivating hate against the dignity of heterosexuals…? Ergo, we move towards the end of the human race.
While light on the philosophy, whereas Ozon is full of rhetoric, Sin with Sebastian, a mainstream (gay) singer also depicts heterosexual relationships as grotesque. Sex is something that occurs–as in the following video (2007)–between a kind of porno female clown/drag queen (?) and a passive male.
What does this have to do with women and men? Nothing.
The aesthetique is totally gay, as are the lyrics and the symbolism, evident from the ice cream “Sebastian” is seen copulating with. Heterosexual characters are shown to be simple marionettes, controlled by the singer, for his purposes of enticing males to “shut up and…sleep with me.” Obvious from the inane lyrics, the video is about easy sex, yet it has nothing to do with heterosexuals either…In the same way so much of gay-dominated fashion photography does not. For women and men there is only ridicule and for “us,” the glorification of male to male sex.