Do Lesbians exist?

June 15, 2011

Or are they just a rumor, like Yeti or Bigfoot, supported by a few ardent believers and writers of erotic fiction?
Just asking.

“I didn’t start this with my name because… I thought people wouldn’t take it seriously, me being a straight man,” he said.
He felt secure that no one would discover his true identity until the story of Amina started to unravel. He said his connection to Amina was purely coincidental and started when Amina commented on a post on the Lez Get Real site in February. It “was a major sock-puppet hoax crash into a major sock-puppet hoax.”
In the guise of Paula Brooks, Graber corresponded online with Tom MacMaster, thinking he was writing to Amina Arraf. Amina often flirted with Brooks, neither of the men realizing the other was pretending to be a lesbian. via

we can now say with confidence that the American male needs a shot of ego confidence. Feminism has gone way too far. These guys have a major inferiority complex. It seems to be an epidemic. image of The Real Paula Brooks via

‘A Gay Girl in Damascus’ comes clean? But the Washington Post attacks blogging. Go figure a paper attacks blogs


‘A Gay Girl in Damascus’ comes clean? But the Washington Post attacks blogging. Go figure a paper attacks blogs

June 13, 2011
the problem is with bleeding hearts who need to make up an emotional story, not with blogging. Newspapers have not won a war against the people, rather it is people who have proven that it is better to go with the truth then some feminist story…

The gay girl in Damascus confessed to being a 40-year-old American man from Georgia.
The persona he built and cultivated for years — a lesbian who was half Syrian and half American — was a tantalizing Internet-era fiction, one that Tom MacMaster used to bring attention to the human rights record of a country with severe media restrictions that make traditional reporting almost impossible.
The problem is not people not being reliable.  Newspapers are just as unreliable.  To answer people’s question as to the reliability of truth on the internet getting out there is that this guy got exposed!   end of story.

At Washington Post, “‘Paula Brooks,’ editor of ‘Lez Get Real,’ also a man.”
And don’t miss Jonah Golberg, “The ‘Gay Girl in Damascus’ hoax is worse than a lie. It’s propaganda” (via Instapundit).