By Ramon Johnson, About. With each exterior line, curve, interior appointment, color and technological wonder shines a unique personality that tells its own story. Cars tell stories about their owner, but can a car be gay or make someone gay?
Posted by: Stereotype Master on July 29, These days the Eclipse is dominated by teenage girls and middle-aged women alike, all of whom love the sexy futuristic lines of the body. Any guy who is driving this car better have it beefed up with something cool, like maybe a supercharger.
Apparently, we as a society are so wrapped up in the idea of how "gay" objects, clothing styles, and activities are that we can't even leave automobiles out of it! Thus, the guys at Car Talkthose true caterers of car conversation, have come up with these: lists of the top 10 gay and lesbian cars. Let's take a look, shall we? Car Talk took a completely non-scientific poll and queried their lesbian and gay listeners, and apparently some straight and bisexual people, too, asking for nominations of the best queer vehicles.
Aside from buying a house, buying a car is one the most expensive purchases you make. There are a few things to consider. You need a reliable vehicle and one that meets your driving and cargo needs.
Automobile brands have targeted the gay community for over 25 years. Toyota has always been a very friendly brand to the gay community. In fact, their very first advertisement geared toward gay car buyers aired in Australia all the way back in
Stick Shift finally caves in to convention and offers web readers exactly what they want most: a top ten list!! After 37 laps of the Cobo Center, here are our picks for the most gayest cars at this year's Detroit show, all set up for you in a radical new slideshow format. Honda Insight Less smug than a Prius, more fun to drive, and with an interior reminiscent of something out of the original Battlestar Galactica, this is a perfect car for dorky, college-town, gay nerds, a category we find inappropriately sexy.
The gist of the article is that automakers are warming to the idea of marketing to our community because a we have the cash to buy cars though not as much as our straight peersand b LGBT-inclusive marketing is increasingly acceptable to mainstream consumers. To prove that last point, Auto News cites a study that showed public opinion of Chevrolet growing more positive after the brand aired two LGBT-inclusive ads during the Sochi Winter Olympics. The data was collected in from over three million American consumers who identified as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender.
This week, the Supreme Court saw the light, or at least the apex of the rainbow, and granted gay Americans—at least federally—the right to dive into the matrimonial abyss. Because we value personal freedom, we applaud this. Miatas and Subarus need not apply.