PS: He can be a fan of gay pride parades too, doesn't mean he is gay to promote gay rights. Maybe he is gay, or swings for both teams. His own sexuality really isn't relevant. All sexualities are welcome and have a human right to exist in peace.
"I like when she wears them low-cut shirts and yoga pants." for real? Sure, its for real, not ironic. See lyrics to "Refusing to be a Man". "There's a difference between sexism and sexuality". Just because he has male attraction to how a female dresses, doesn't mean he has to act like a douche bag to the woman. Not being a deuchy misogynistic doesn't mean that you have lose the ability to find someone attractive.
http://www.songmeanings.net/songs/view/3530822107859439743/ Todd Kowalski: I guess that’s a list of the things Chris likes. On the surface, it’s little things, but if you look a little closer and try to read into it, it’s about being who you are personally or sexually. Again, it’s "be who you are and like things that people don’t think you should like and admit that you like them." As a side note, I’m personally a friend of Wab Kinew, who does 8th Fire on CBC, and he talks in the middle of the song in the language of the Anishinabe here in Manitoba. He says the same thing for Aboriginal people – that they should be proud of who they are and for white people to understand their contribution. So it’s about respecting yourself and also being interested in other people. One of the things Chris says he likes is history and trying to understand competing histories. http://www.music.cbc.ca/
I don't understand this song. is it supposed to be ironic?
"I like when she wears them low-cut shirts and yoga pants."
for real? male gaze, hockey, and assimilationist queer politics? sounds like tales of a manarchist or some shit.