Sources close to Raven say she’s GAY and has shacked up with AzMarie Livingston, the androgynous beauty seen on “America’s Next Top Model.” The two are living together in Raven’s luxury $11,00-a-month New York City condo.…
She’s at a point now where she doesn’t care what her family thinks, and she’s in love with AzMarie. She’s a lesbian and wants to live that way.”
Today at the KFC drive thru, the woman who was giving us our food opens the window. She is wearing a KFC hat with a KFC polo and slacks. Plain looking.
The only thing that stood out to me was that she was bald under her hat. I pointed it out while she was gone to my mom and asked, “Is she bald?”. My mom said yes. She also managed to point out that the woman must be a lesbian.
I was in shock to hear my mom say this. Out of no where. For no apparent reason.
The woman comes back and gave us our food, then we drove off. I started the discussion that escalated into an argument.
I asked my mom why she thought that woman was a lesbian. First she assumed that the woman shaved her head and so she must be “butch”. This is where I attempted to correct her logic. If women who shave their head are gay, then women who let their hair grow long must be straight. Obviously that is false because their are plenty of gay women with long hair and the other way around. Then she tried to tell me she wasn’t saying all women who shave their head are gay, just this woman looked gay. I asked is it because she was bald and she changed her reason to “because she looked like a boy”
My mom didn’t give me an exact reason why the woman looked like a boy, but I assume it was her plain dress and lack of makeup. She’s at work; what is she suppose to wear, Prada? I told my mom that not all women who dress like a boy are gay, but she wasn’t having it.
She hates when I argue with her. She hates when anyone argues with her. I wouldn’t be arguing with her if I didn’t truly believe she was wrong, and that’s the problem with my mom. She believes she is right all the time.
Then she tried to turn the tables on me, saying why I had mentioned she was bald in the first place. I said I asked because I was curious, not because I believed the woman was lesbian. Our argument pretty much ended there since my mom just tosses everything I say out the window and tells me to stop arguing with her.
I couldn’t believe my mom could be so closed minded. Of all people. It’s not like she hates gay people. She’s told me plenty of times that she believes they should get married and what have you, but the fact that she judged this person by stereotypes is more what bothers me. She’ll never know how much this moment affected me.