Faggots Quotes

Kramer, Larry
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It is possible for two intelligent men to be turned on to each other in totality: emotionally, physically, and intellectually. Though I am about to become middle-aged, I shall not become a bitchy, middle-aged queen. I shall not turn sour.
-- Fred (Section 1)

Importance: This quote, from early in the narrative, is essentially Fred's personal manifesto, expressing his determination to find love and to avoid what he sees as the ultimate in age-based, and image-based, rejection.

… as an elite, a minority privileged to count among its large, if indistinct membership, many of the world’s greatest minds and talents and potentialities … as this true elite we should have more of our collective acts, and scenes, together. We have the ultimate in freedom – we have absolutely no responsibilities! – and we’re abusing it.
-- Laverne (Jack) (Section 1)

Importance: This idea is given voice by a character who, like protagonist Fred, is searching for more to the homosexual/faggot lifestyle than...

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