Gay Characters

The Reverend Jerry Falafel recently outdid Tinny Windy, from the
television show, "Teletubbies," because, Falafel pronounced,
"The character is clearly a fount of gayness. He is purple, the
gay color, he has an antenna shaped like a triangle, the gay
symbol, and he carries a purse, something all gay people do."

Fred Flintstone Evidence: His nickname on the Bedrock bowling
team; "Twinkle-Toes Flintstone." The show's theme song ends
"...we'll have a gay old time!" He wears an orange vest with
little triangles on it. Hangs out with Barney far more than

Bugs Bunny Evidence: Often stands with hand on hip. Plays a
hairdresser in one episode. Frequently dresses in drag. Loves to
throw on a top hat and tails and belts out Broadway show-tunes
with his buddy Daffy, who, it is worth noting, has a lisp.

Velum (of Scooby Doo) Evidence: Always tries to sit next to
Daphne in the Mystery Machine. Sports that butch haircut. Has
broad shoulders and wears thick turtleneck sweaters and knee
socks. Never once shagged Shaggy.

Popeye Evidence: Eats lots of salad. Wears a sailor suit, even
though he hasn't been on a ship in years. Does little sailor
dances. Dates a flat-chested transvestite named Olive Oil. Best
friend named Wimpy.

Batman and Robin Evidence: Robin's nickname - Boy Wonder.
Batman's real name is Bruce. Both wear tights. They're in great
shape. They like to show each other their "grappling hooks."

Peppermint Patty Evidence: Has a deep, gravely voice. Wears
pants, not dresses like the other Peanuts gals. Plays a mean
game of football. Likes to taunt Charlie Brown. Always hanging
out with that androgynous Marcie. Wears comfortable shoes.
Nickname; Sir.

The Pink Panther Enough said.

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