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Dolce & Gabbana Drops Hot New Hate Speech

Today, Kendrick Lamar released his new album and it’s already being called powerful, emotional, and a classic. His new album got me thinking about the best and grittiest form of hip-hop, the battle. It’s been a while since I’ve looked into who’s beefing with who, so I’m just wondering what’s the biggest battle happening right now?

 Business Insider

Business Insider

Wow, I did not expect this!  Apparently, in a recent interview, Dolce & Gabbana, of course known for their high fashion and being partially responsible for the saying, “Hey, that guy looks like a douchebag.”




said that they’re against gay couples adopting children because they believe in a “traditional family” and they called babies born through in vitro fertilization “synthetic children.”

That’s crazy! I didn’t know Dolce & Gabbana was Italian for “Duck & Dynasty.” Man, those guys clean-up nicely. To be fair, it is a smart business move, sell the “Duck Dynasty” clothes to the lower-middle class homophobes and save the more expensive stuff for the homohomophobes.

Why would two of the most successful, powerful gay men come out against a form of equality?  That’s like if Martin Luther King Jr. said, “I have a dream that one day…ehh actually, I’m good. Everybody go home.”  It’s absurd! Could you imagine how horrified fat white men would be if they found out Kevin James doesn’t support stuffed-crust pizza?

Dolce says he doesn’t believe in IVF or surrogate parents because, “You are born to a mother and a father-or at least that’s how it should be…I call children of chemistry, synthetic children, rented uterus, semen chosen from a catalogue.”

Now “children of chemistry” and “synthetic children” seem like ridiculous terms until you realize there are two multimillionaire gay men who are against gay men. Apparently, while the government was busy building Captain America, the Westboro Baptist Church was designing two Fabulous Red Skulls.  

By the way, to apologize for their ridiculous comments, at this year’s Gay Pride parade, Dolce & Gabbana will be giving out free samples of their new cologne “Semen Chosen From A Catalog.”