Free shipping over $99 | Interest Free *no credit check* financing is available!

This Piece Of Work Is Suing Kim Davis For Not Letting Him Marry His Laptop

by matt baume July 07, 2016


Isn’t it nice when two crazy people are able to find each other? That seems to be the case now that Kim Davis and Chris Sevier have found themselves entwined.

Kim Davis, you’ll recall, is the unpleasant lady who refused to give marriage licenses to gay couples. Kentucky marriage licenses no longer bear the clerk’s name, and so her time in the spotlight is looooong over.

But that hasn’t stopped our friend Chris, who’s now suing Davis (as well as Governor Matt Bevin) for the right to marry his laptop. It’s a clever protest, you see, oh it’s so very terrible clever. The point he’s making is that if men can marry men, than how is marrying an inanimate object any different?

This is not the first time Chris has taken an unusual interest in his computer: he filed a lawsuit to marry it a few months ago; and also a few years ago. Each time he’s been laughed out of court, though with less laughter and more annoyance each time. He also sued Apple for allowing him to buy the computer in the first place, without warning him that it could be used to access pornography. And he sued Obama for firing one of the Duck Dynasty guys — good luck figuring that one out. He was discussed (and then dismissed) on this week’s Defining Marriage podcast, and hopefully we’ll never need to acknowledge him again.

So in case you were worried about Kim Davis’ lingering cultural impact, here it is: she’s identified herself as the kind of person who associates with lunatics. And now the lunatics are flocking to her. Enjoy the bed you’ve made, Kim.

matt baume
matt baume


Leave a comment

Comments will be approved before showing up.

Also in Think

The Reality Of Being A Gay Frat Boy

by Dan Tracer October 23, 2016

Frats offer no shortage of mythology, from extreme hazing to wild parties to closeted hookups. But the reality is much different, of course. Well, usually. Below, get a window into the gay frat experience through Whisper. We’d definitely like the expanded version of a few of these stories:

Continue Reading →

Cultural Appropriation Does Not Make David Bowie An LGBT Icon

by Dan Tracer October 23, 2016

October is LGBT History Month and Equality Forum is honoring an icon a day all month long, including David Bowie, who was honored October 7, despite the fact that he would probably look askance at such a title. David Bowie played with identity throughout his career, trying on different persona and presentations as regularly as he changed [...]

Continue Reading →

6 Things You Should Know About King Cobra Before Seeing It

by michael ciriaco October 23, 2016

The much-waiting King Cobra is out this weekend. So we though we’d come up with a quick guide to dramatic lead up to the release, from the Brent Corrigan‘s totally understandable objections to Franco’s even deeper dive into gay life. 1. Boos From Brent King Cobra chronicles the porn career of Brent Corrigan (nee Sean Paul Lockhart), [...]

Continue Reading →