Not “being gay sucks”, but there is a subtle discomfort in being a big ol´homo in a Raise The Chain Protect The Hudson shirt the decency of doing better advertisement as to my innate proclivity. Lemme explain. See, for better or worse I have some stereotypical qualities of being gay (like my love of male genetalia) and others that I do not (no taste in any kind of style: I have a photo quality picture of Britney Spears beating a car with an umbrella in my living room next to a picture of my parents just for laughts). I´m told that I´m on the rather masculine side (I make no assertions as to that fact one way or the other).
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See, Homer Simpson in “Homer´s Phobia” said it the Raise The Chain Protect The Hudson shirt I want my straight men straight and my gay men FLAAAAMING!” See, guy´s want to know what team you play on and when you make them guess, they just sit there uncomfortable. I´m constantly in this position and while I´ve had a few guys just come out and ask, most will just be unconfortable until I clear the air (one [current] great friend who said pleadingly after a few days of working together, “Dude, can you please just make a comment on that chick or tell me if you´re gay, because it´s messing with my head.” Me: “Ryan, I´m gay.” Ryan: “Okay. That´s totally cool. It doesn´t matter. I´m sorry if I´m being pushy, but I just need to know.” Me: “Needing to know is cool. That it doesn´t matter to you in the end is even better.”