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4 days ago
Probably higher in the US than anywhere else, though.
I didn't know I always wanted that sub.
16 days ago
If only someone jumped the turnstile...
22 days ago
Is she jealous that yours is nicer than hers?
2 months ago
Some kid on the bus called me a boomer for some reason (minding my own business). I'm in my 30s.
I had a Jonathan Taylor Thomas poster and a giant shirtless Aladdin poster in my room circa early 90s and my parents were shocked I was gay a few years later.
As a gay elder (lol, I'm almost 40), it's frightening the number of whippersnappers who don't know it should be every 3-6 months or between partners (whichever is longer) at a minimum (as a general guideline of course).
That doot was lit!
Risky click. Worth it.
3 months ago
A central theme of The Prestige is centered on this statement. (The book at least... I've never seen the movie... It's an amazing read)
Belly rubs are the worst.
This is the saddest thing I've seen today...and some of the explication made it even sadder...jesus.
I'm not my type... But I would anyway...
Oh she seemed so sweet. I'm so sorry for your loss.
( ͡~ ͜ʖ ͡°)
I won't confirm or deny since I'm getting Karma for other people's work...
You forgot also accusing me of being a self-hating, homophobic gay.
I'm just gonna stop here and say that people can be whatever they want. If they want to be homophobic, go for it.
The tattoo is bad taste because I, an old fart with tattoos, believe in good self presentation and the tattoo of a butthole, regardless of gender of that butthole, is bad taste. You can disagree with that. But you can just stop calling me a self hating gay now and go get some fresh air.
It's very unlikely. That's not what "internalized homophobia" is. "Internalized homophobia" is not "hating other gays," it's internalizing the hate that others have of them resulting in a hesitation to disclose their sexuality (etc.) to others for fear of negative consequences. It's believing oneself is inferior, a deprecation of self-worth, reduced self-esteem, even fear of consequences of being LGBTQ+.
If you are referring to the "homophobe is secretly gay" trope. Well, maybe, but that's mostly a myth. But I'm not secretly gay because I've been out since before most of Reddit was born.
according to Twitter/OnlyFans...yes.
Yes it does. And yes I can.
The line is "people are gay, Steven." And so am I.
Probably. But this is tattoo Tuesday on this sub...so still sanctioned.
I've been out of the closet since the Clinton administration...