Dave Galanter
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Subj: Re: Marc Guggenheim uses homophobia to defend "One More Day"
Posted: Mon Sep 22, 2008 at 12:30:14 pm EDT (Viewed 81 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Marc Guggenheim uses homophobia to defend "One More Day"
Posted: Mon Sep 22, 2008 at 11:37:41 am EDT (Viewed 92 times)

> > It goes both ways : You see nothing wrong with Guggenheim's words just maybe because you are a BND supporter and you like the current direction ...
> Oh, give me a break...you can't put all the eggs in the same basket HB...I see nothing wrong with the statement myself and the fact that I like the current direction has absolutely no effect on my position in regard to that statement...the whole darn thing has been blown out of proportion once again...and I think Ned Leeds Jr's will tell you the same thing...

Perhaps you could put into words how you interpret this statement so that there is nothing wrong with it. All I am seeing from Guggenheim's apologists here is lots of accusations against those who disagree with OMD being a good idea (they're "haters", they're "confused", they "make false assumptions" etc.) with nothing to back these accusations up.
> Guggenheim said a comment that offended people and he probably shouldn't have said it. End of story. You can twist it in any way you want but until he defends himself, if he feels the need to do so, I think none of us should be making assumptions about him, or accused him of being homophobic. Nor should any of us assume that because we don't see anything wrong with his statement that we too are homophobic. Just saying anyways.

Well, what reason could Guggenheim have had to make the statement he did? I really only see two possibilities, either he is a homophobe himself or he is trying to exploit the homophobia of which he suspects a lot of Spider-Man fans by associating support of Spider-Man's marriage and dislike of the new direction with this controversial but unrelated issue. Neither scenario would be flattering. (I don't think that he is accusing them of being hypocrites for not supporting gay marriage, a third, but distant option).

The defense of Mr. Guggenheim's gaffe seems to depend on the assumption that he, a professional writer and, I gather, a former lawyer, talks without thinking. Do his defenders want people to think that poor widdle Mr. G. was driven to incoherence and illogic by the statements of those nasty nay-sayers?

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