This paper proposes to analyse the ruthless exclusion and disavowal of wanton and outlaw ways of life and forms of desire that pro-marriage homonormative subjects unyieldingly repudiate and wish to eliminate. Among these non-normative desires, including but not limited to sexual promiscuity (such as BBES), BDSM, incestuous erotic relationship, and cross-species intimacy, the latest is the most hated and those who perform this affective mode are labeled as outcasts to be exterminated. I argue for that the serious affect politics based on "cats and humans are having sexual intimacy and orgasms in a non-familial mode of life", both as a queer living practice and a counter-cultural model to the ro-marriage camp's New Normal. This seemingly deadly flirting language provokes an unprecedented anxiety and fear in two seemingly antagonistic groups, the anti-gay (marriage) heterosexists and those LGBT people voicing marriage-equality. The line which draws on the (sexual) others is never a priori or fixed boundary, but the accumulation of power struggles and new methods of bio- overnance. To paraphrase Giorgio Agamben, I shall read closely on different materials which produce and reject simultaneously the pseudo-inclusion of "cats and humans who are having fun together" by excluding the very basic existence of New Sexual Others in nowadays Taiwan"s civil society.