Ryan Gosling, Zooey Deschanel, and gender equity

Top image is from a gallery of more-than-lurid image macros with Gosling from Digital Moms Blog (another caption from the collection: "Hey Mom...I think Moms are hot" and they range from laughable to mundane to troubling). Lower image is one I made this morning.

Not a fan of spouses/partners calling each other "Mom" or "Dad" or "Mother or "Father". If people want to do that during role play, go ahead (post photos/video!). I can understand that partners using "Mom" or "Dad" comes from referring a kid to the other adult (e.g. "Go ask your Dad"), then it becomes an arch label, then sticks. Still, eww.

Both Gosling and Deschanel are born in 1980. Both seem intelligent. Gosling has a "I'm almost an adult" persona. Deschanel's persona is "I may be a grown-up, at some date of my choosing. Or I may remain pixie-ish and the kind of spinster who names all the spiders in my home."

And Gosling, veteran of the New Mickey Mouse Club with Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake, and Christina Aguilera (and some other N'Sync dude, right? dignity keeps me from researching that) has likely witnessed things while peristalted through the intestines of the Orlando entertainment system, dark things, of a nature hopefully few of us can imagine.

Saw this on the internet, and it seemed kind of wrong-ish, and wanted to ponder its wrong-ness by turning the genders around. Thoughts?