“If you removed all of the homosexuals and homosexual influence from what is generally regarded as American culture, you'd pretty much be left with 'Let's Make a Deal.'”
Yep! I Am.
Interesting question Sam.I was sexually experimenting at such an early age there wasn't much reason to be anything but gold star. I knew what I liked and what didn't appeal to me, so there was very little incentive to try other pastures, especially when I was so very happy with the one I was in. Then puberty hit and everyone else's sexual awakening happened and everything changed from heaven, to nightmare. I'm glad that more youth are getting more time to discover who they are and have less judgement being placed on them at such a difficult time. I don't really care if someone is gold star, I just care that they are authentic to themselves and that they find happiness in love and in their friendships. Supporting each other in that discovery and through that process is essential to our community growing on so many levels.
I am. Actually, if I've barely done anything with any gender, does this mean I can get 2 gold stars? Because I very much would like 2 gold stars.
No, ma'am, I have never even come close to that. I haven't even touched a tit, come to think of it. I am a purebred gay, I guess.
A Bi- friend of mine (male) said to me once, "Well, it's all friction". I related that sentiment to a lesbian co-worker, who did not think it was the least bit funny. (I think she was 'pure-bred', too;-)
A total 6 on the old Kinsey scale - only ever went on one hetero date, and that was the senior prom. Yes, I designed her dress. And chose her shoes, jewelry, bag, and hairdo. She was "saving herself" for a long-distance boyfriend, which was no problem for me, as I was saving myself for an at that point imaginary one.
Muscato, we have missed you!
Yep, me too. Only I refer to it as being a "career gay". There was never any confusion for me about my sexuality. I always knew.
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