Brüno Headline Writers Leave No Gay Cliché Unturned

Yes, gay movie Brüno made 30 million gay dollars at the gay box office this weekend, and headline writers just couldn't wait to write snappy little things about sashaying and topping! Clearly the point of the movie was not missed.

These are from many places—the New York Times, the AP, the AFP, and others. The multiple use of "sashays" just speaks volumes about how that word will never be used to describe anything but outrageous gay men. And the topping jokes! Oh the topping jokes do, actually, indicate that people are a little more "with it" when it comes to gay man parlance (topping is a sex reference, children) than some of us thought.

We're so proud of everyone.

Brüno Headline Writers Leave No Gay Cliché Unturned

New York Post/AP

Brüno Headline Writers Leave No Gay Cliché Unturned

New York Daily News

Brüno Headline Writers Leave No Gay Cliché Unturned

Variety

Brüno Headline Writers Leave No Gay Cliché Unturned

New York Times

Brüno Headline Writers Leave No Gay Cliché Unturned

Hollywood Reporter

Brüno Headline Writers Leave No Gay Cliché Unturned

Box Office Mojo

Brüno Headline Writers Leave No Gay Cliché Unturned

Examiner