BwogSleuthing in Hamilton
Written by Bwog Staff
This is her story.
I walked in to find three guys chatting round a table, covered with papers and pita chip bags. The faint smell of Chinese food hung in the air. I asked them if they would really drop everything and go to The Heights if a really attractive girl came in and asked them to, which I now realize is slightly biblical. They asked if I wanted to go to the Heights. I returned that the question was hypothetical. They said probably not. Then, one of them asked, “Wait, is this going to be on Bwog or something?” I said maybe. One of them piped up, “Change our answer! We would go!” They also told me that “a feminist erased ‘babes’ the first time and we had to rewrite it…well maybe not a feminist, but someone did.” They wish to remain anonymous to avoid accusations of heteronormativity. One of them then suggested that they turn the room into a forum for discussion of heteronormativity, before they concluded that that had already been done. All in all, some genuinely friendly guys!
Before I left, they pointed me to this:
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