A few days back I wanted to publish an article in which I express my views regarding the media, but that post in not publishable (maybe someday). In that post, my heterosexual side comes out, describing my "boy" behavior when it comes to girls and the media which portrays men with beards, tall, and well-defined. In this article I'll talk about my sexual orientation, telling you what this is.
I love reading, and in particular, I love reading LGBT novels. Here are some critically acclaimed, highly-awarded and just generally amazing books to add to your reading list this autumn.
Online dating, if you're looking for a female partner, is brutal. This is doubly true if you have female equipment down there, because 90% of the time, the only people who will approach you are guys and couples who are looking for their first threesome. (Because, ugh, of course that's how it goes.)
As we know, with the end of our fleetingly short and carefree childhoods comes the new, challenging, and massively inconvenient age of puberty. Puberty brings up a whole host of challenges and changes to overcome and adjust to, both physically and mentally, and it is during this age that 99% of the population are awakened sexually.
“The problem with the Naturals is that they’re soft. I don’t mean the filled-with-guts-and-liquid kind of soft. I mean that their emotions have no limits. They are ruled by their feelings.”
I used to be a bit of a prude.
As we got to the door of Kris' bedroom for our last time together, Jenny and Kris both already had their shirts off to hang on the door hook, not even looking as they put them there, and wrapped their arms around each other. I stopped in the doorway, content to be a voyeur, as they seemed oblivious to me.
The first time I heard the word asexual it was an insult; someone who wouldn’t let a guy hit on them, someone who was a shut in. That was a few years before my best friend, while driving me from campus to their house, told me I might be asexual. I didn’t know what they meant, nor how to respond, so all I said was the word, "What?"
The three of us changed, and it happened that night Jenny and I loved on Kris. Personally, I think about how concerned Kris was about the tenderness between Jenny and me, and how that wasn't really happening as it should until the two of us showed tenderness for Kris, shattering every doubt she could've had with our love for her. Before that happened, I probably would have said, "Sounds like a bunch of bullshit."
Only moments before, I thought it was the female emotional apocalypse, and I had been ready to take five, take twenty-five; NO; make it an indefinite amount of time away from THAT.
For a while now, I have wanted to do an interview with someone but I wasn’t able to decide on who. Who would want to take the time with an amateur writer like myself? I ignored that annoying voice in my head and began to focus on who I would want to interview. Out of everyone I would want to talk to I realized that the most questions I had pertained to other members of the LGBT community. Why not interview a drag queen? I’ve always been interested in them but too shy to ask questions, there had to be others with questions just like me.