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It's fun to be gay!

I am really one of the ultimate faghags! I don't know why but when a guy has certain traits that we readily associate with gayness I am really drawn to that person and I would like to think they are also drawn to me. They really make good friends. They are very artistic, articulate, honest, witty and a helluva lot of fun!

One time, I ate dinner with a gay crowd and I really had a grand time. I was the only female there and it's really educational. They come in all shapes, sizes (as they would really explain that size really matters but sometimes it's also what you do with it) and even if I have a built-in gaydar, some of them I really can't pinpoint if they really are gay if I just see them in a mall. The time of stereotypes is over!

As Jack would put it in Will & Grace, "The planet is turning gay." Just look at the rise of metrosexuals and babaeng badings.

I also have a deep respect for Danton Remoto. He is really a good writer. I loved his comment about the gay hierarchy and the different types of gaymen. The ICON magazine is a good read. I do hope it maintains its original mission to educate all of us, regardless of our sexual orientation.

But as for me, these are only labels. Just be what you want to be, love with full abandon and live a full life! Life is too short for mundaneness! This lifetime should be lived to the max(i-todoh mo na!) and to hell what other people will say.


Anonymous said…
It's fun to be happy and gay!

- Aglipay!
Tony said…
Thank you Net! I don't think of myself as "gay" - probably because I am as brainwashed by the stereotyping as everyone else and I don't 'fit.' That men turn me on I suppose does make me gay though ...

Anyway - its refreshing to see an original approach to sexuality and I thank you ...

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