I wish more men would come out. The older I get, the more convinced I become that the world is full of latent homosexuals. Their failure to accept their sexuality means the rest of us have to put up with their consequent misery.
We must be strong for those whom cant be strong for themselves...stand against the hate, stand infront of the pain meant for others.... becuase you can....stand against hate, and pain, not because you can.... but because you have too, Bridge the gap.......
And, Though we are not now, that... strength, which in old days, moved earth and heaven, that which we are, we are, one equal temper of heroic hearts, Made weak by time and fate, but strong in will, To Strive, To Seak, To find, And, Not To Yeild
I ended up reading some of her other stuff. I disagree with most of it, but all of her blogs are hilarious, particularly the ST columns. Thank you for introducing me!
I agree with what's said above. My mother was married to a homosexual male (her best friend) who attempted to "be straight" and hide his true self. In the end he was abusive and tried to kill her by throwing her off a twenty story hotel building. Not being who you are is more dangerous than being yourself.
Don't break my bones.
'Cause words are enough to hurt me.
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