First of all, it tokenizes gay men by reducing them to collectible items for a straight woman's accessory pile.Second of all, the app's creator cites research in support of her app that shows straight women and gay men inherently trust each other for man-dating advice more than members of other groups; all parts of this assessment fail the Bechdel test.
And anything that puts a woman in charge of choosing her own adventure (romantic or otherwise) is definitely great.Wysaski listed her logic as "They are lousy sky wizards and fail to obey the laws of gravity." The posters have since been removed from where Wysaski hung them on the shelter's door (without permission, as surprise is part of his shtick).Shelter Executive Director Christy Keefe says the effort was appreciated, but it didn't translate to adoptions -- though the posters have garnered more than 300,000 views online."Since the post has gone viral we have had one person who came into the rescue who had seen the post who wanted to visit some cats, and one online donation for by someone who thought it was funny," Keefe said.Comedian Jeff Wysaski has entertained the internet for years by leaving humorous signs and other items in plain view, rewarding sharp-eyed readers.(Check out his Obvious Plant Facebook and Instagram accounts for more projects.)Last week, Wysaski turned his talents to creating funny profiles for cats up for adoption at his local animal shelter, the Sante D'Or Foundation in Los Angeles.
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