'Daddy blogger' comes out of the closet.

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    Apr 17, 2012 4:12 PM GMT
    A 41 year old married father "Daddy Blogger" tells his readers that he gay.

    I read the article, then the blog.

    I love the post...but the supportive comments from the other Daddy Bloggers will bring you joy, and maybe a few tears.


    Article.
    http://www.hlntv.com/article/2012/04/11/dad-blogger-comes-out-gay-didactic-pirate?hpt=hp_bn15

    Father's coming out story on his blog.
    http://didactic-pirate.blogspot.com/2012/04/honesty.html
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    Apr 17, 2012 6:58 PM GMT
    I'm sorry but these people creat a lot of confusion by having to state they are gay when they are bi, and make sexuality look like a choice, thus allow people too think, you can pray gay away; turn it off like a light switch, and they had just done with being straight.

    I being a Bona Fide Homosexual find this misrepresentation frustrating, as I work with many women and develop friendships with them, I also have to deal with jealous husbands, and when their wives inform them "but his gay", they always get back, well people can change.

    Well since I don't have a bisexual bone in my being, I am never going to change, and start to bat for the other side, and men who have taken a wife, and also made the lifestyle choice too breed, then latter in life want the world to know, or are outed, for also having a liking for the lads; are not gay, they are clearly bisexual, and want to make a lifestyle changefrom women to men. Or want to stay with the wife and kids, but they have been outed and a political section of the gay community want to label them gay; it's just all wrong, and creates a lot of confusion when in fact it's all,very simple, bi is neither straight or gay, bi is bi, gay is gay, and straight is straight.
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    Well since I don't have a bisexual bone in my being, I am never going to change, and start to bat for the other side, and men who have taken a wife, and also made the lifestyle choice too breed, then latter in life want the world to know, or are outed, for also having a liking for the lads; are not gay, they are clearly bisexual, and want to make a lifestyle changefrom women to men.
    This is total BS. Many guys followed society's norms rather than opting to follow their own feelings, some just didn't understand why they felt like they did. Just because you've slept with a woman, doesn't make you bi. Total BS!

    I was married and fathered 3 children and I've always been gay. No, I didn't understand it because there wasn't any information, like today, when I grew up. I did what was expected thinking I wouldn't be interested or attracted to guys once I had a woman....wrong! I'm not bi, never been bi despite calling myself that while trying to accept my own sexual identity. To say guys who come out later in life after fathering children have to be bi is unbelievably ignorant. Educate yourself by actually talking to guys who have been in that situation before you make statements that are totally non-factual!
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    TrueBlueAussie said
    Well since I don't have a bisexual bone in my being, I am never going to change, and start to bat for the other side, and men who have taken a wife, and also made the lifestyle choice too breed, then latter in life want the world to know, or are outed, for also having a liking for the lads; are not gay, they are clearly bisexual, and want to make a lifestyle changefrom women to men.
    This is total BS. Many guys followed society's norms rather than opting to follow their own feelings, some just didn't understand why they felt like they did. Just because you've slept with a woman, doesn't make you bi. Total BS!

    I was married and fathered 3 children and I've always been gay. No, I didn't understand it because there wasn't any information, like today, when I grew up. I did what was expected thinking I wouldn't be interested or attracted to guys once I had a woman....wrong! I'm not bi, never been bi despite calling myself that while trying to accept my own sexual identity. To say guys who come out later in life after fathering children have to be bi is unbelievably ignorant. Educate yourself by actually talking to guys who have been in that situation before you make statements that are totally non-factual!


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    TrueBlueAussie saidI'm sorry but these people creat a lot of confusion by having to state they are gay when they are bi, and make sexuality look like a choice, thus allow people too think, you can pray gay away; turn it off like a light switch, and they had just done with being straight.

    I being a Bona Fide Homosexual find this misrepresentation frustrating, as I work with many women and develop friendships with them, I also have to deal with jealous husbands, and when their wives inform them "but his gay", they always get back, well people can change.

    Well since I don't have a bisexual bone in my being, I am never going to change, and start to bat for the other side, and men who have taken a wife, and also made the lifestyle choice too breed, then latter in life want the world to know, or are outed, for also having a liking for the lads; are not gay, they are clearly bisexual, and want to make a lifestyle changefrom women to men. Or want to stay with the wife and kids, but they have been outed and a political section of the gay community want to label them gay; it's just all wrong, and creates a lot of confusion when in fact it's all,very simple, bi is neither straight or gay, bi is bi, gay is gay, and straight is straight.
    Shut up pattison..icon_rolleyes.gificon_rolleyes.gif

    Have another drink ya "pure bona fide drunk"!
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    TrueBlueAussie said
    Well since I don't have a bisexual bone in my being, I am never going to change, and start to bat for the other side, and men who have taken a wife, and also made the lifestyle choice too breed, then latter in life want the world to know, or are outed, for also having a liking for the lads; are not gay, they are clearly bisexual, and want to make a lifestyle changefrom women to men.
    This is total BS. Many guys followed society's norms rather than opting to follow their own feelings, some just didn't understand why they felt like they did. Just because you've slept with a woman, doesn't make you bi. Total BS!

    I was married and fathered 3 children and I've always been gay. No, I didn't understand it because there wasn't any information, like today, when I grew up. I did what was expected thinking I wouldn't be interested or attracted to guys once I had a woman....wrong! I'm not bi, never been bi despite calling myself that while trying to accept my own sexual identity. To say guys who come out later in life after fathering children have to be bi is unbelievably ignorant. Educate yourself by actually talking to guys who have been in that situation before you make statements that are totally non-factual!


    What is your definition of bi? Because a guy who can "get it up" for both would definitely qualify, at least in my book. I don't consider bi as being 50% either way. It could be 10/90, 75/25, etc and you would still be bi because you're attracted to members of both sexes. Otherwise, how could you have fathered children without a basic sexual attraction?
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    Apr 18, 2012 8:39 AM GMT
    Why the shame in being Bi?
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    Apr 18, 2012 8:42 AM GMT
    Now when these happy daddy's are playing happy families, do they see them selves as Straight, Bi or Gay?
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    Apr 18, 2012 9:28 AM GMT
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    TrueBlueAussie said
    Well since I don't have a bisexual bone in my being, I am never going to change, and start to bat for the other side, and men who have taken a wife, and also made the lifestyle choice too breed, then latter in life want the world to know, or are outed, for also having a liking for the lads; are not gay, they are clearly bisexual, and want to make a lifestyle changefrom women to men.
    This is total BS. Many guys followed society's norms rather than opting to follow their own feelings, some just didn't understand why they felt like they did. Just because you've slept with a woman, doesn't make you bi. Total BS!

    I was married and fathered 3 children and I've always been gay. No, I didn't understand it because there wasn't any information, like today, when I grew up. I did what was expected thinking I wouldn't be interested or attracted to guys once I had a woman....wrong! I'm not bi, never been bi despite calling myself that while trying to accept my own sexual identity. To say guys who come out later in life after fathering children have to be bi is unbelievably ignorant. Educate yourself by actually talking to guys who have been in that situation before you make statements that are totally non-factual!


    What is your definition of bi? Because a guy who can "get it up" for both would definitely qualify, at least in my book. I don't consider bi as being 50% either way. It could be 10/90, 75/25, etc and you would still be bi because you're attracted to members of both sexes. Otherwise, how could you have fathered children without a basic sexual attraction?


    I love it when people assumed I was bi because I was married to a woman and had a child. YES I got it up.. but I got tired of thinking of Tom Cruise every time we had sex.tom-cruise-shirtless-top-gun.jpg
    Your mind is the biggest sex organ out there...we were married 10 years and I don't think I could describe her vagina or even remember it ...ever.
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    Apr 18, 2012 12:06 PM GMT
    It's good to know the majority of the people in his life are very supportive.
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    eb925guy saidThis is total BS. Many guys followed society's norms rather than opting to follow their own feelings, some just didn't understand why they felt like they did. Just because you've slept with a woman, doesn't make you bi. Total BS!

    I was married and fathered 3 children and I've always been gay. No, I didn't understand it because there wasn't any information, like today, when I grew up. I did what was expected thinking I wouldn't be interested or attracted to guys once I had a woman....wrong! I'm not bi, never been bi despite calling myself that while trying to accept my own sexual identity. To say guys who come out later in life after fathering children have to be bi is unbelievably ignorant. Educate yourself by actually talking to guys who have been in that situation before you make statements that are totally non-factual!


    What is your definition of bi? Because a guy who can "get it up" for both would definitely qualify, at least in my book. I don't consider bi as being 50% either way. It could be 10/90, 75/25, etc and you would still be bi because you're attracted to members of both sexes. Otherwise, how could you have fathered children without a basic sexual attraction?
    "Get it up" does not make you bi. I find many women attractive but doesn't make me bi. I fathered children because I could insert tab A into slot A. It was physical. I tried to be str8 and I tried to be Bi but in the end I'm gay because I like guys, emotionally and sexually.

    Just because I tried brussels sprouts once doesn't mean that I'm a lover of them, in fact I can't stand them! LOL
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    Apr 20, 2012 9:00 PM GMT
    Bigsmiles, but the thing is. I can tell you as a Bona Fide Homosexual, that only a bisexual could of done what you did; because I would of chosen death as an alternative choice, than to of made the choices you did.

    One is not full of contempt or hate for our half brothers the bisexuals, and if any were in my everyday life, I would be full of support for them. I just would not see them as a Bona Fide Homosexual, as we are not one of the same; just as an American is not and can never be an Aussie.
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    TrueBlueAussie saidI can tell you as a Bona Fide Homosexual, that only a bisexual could of done what you did; because I would of chosen death as an alternative choice, than to of made the choices you did.


    And since you speak for all gay people, and whatever your personal impressions and experiences happen to have been can unerringly be applied to the mass of all gay people everywhere throughout history, this seems totally logical.
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    Apr 20, 2012 9:34 PM GMT
    TrueBlueAussie saidBigsmiles, but the thing is. I can tell you as a Bona Fide Homosexual, that only a bisexual could of done what you did; because I would of chosen death as an alternative choice, than to of made the choices you did.

    One is not full of contempt or hate for our half brothers the bisexuals, and if any were in my everyday life, I would be full of support for them. I just would not see them as a Bona Fide Homosexual, as we are not one of the same; just as an American is not and can never be an Aussie.


    What you haven't done doesn't mean others are not going to do it. If you fail to see a different point of you that doesn't make you bonafide, it makes you small minded.
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    Apr 20, 2012 9:49 PM GMT
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    TrueBlueAussie saidBigsmiles, but the thing is. I can tell you as a Bona Fide Homosexual, that only a bisexual could of done what you did; because I would of chosen death as an alternative choice, than to of made the choices you did.

    One is not full of contempt or hate for our half brothers the bisexuals, and if any were in my everyday life, I would be full of support for them. I just would not see them as a Bona Fide Homosexual, as we are not one of the same; just as an American is not and can never be an Aussie.


    What you haven't done doesn't mean others are not going to do it. If you fail to see a different point of you that doesn't make you bonafide, it makes you small minded.


    Only in your mind, but not in mine. But maybe you have taken a women as a wife, and deprived her of a "true loving relationship", just to hid, and blame your family for your actions, when there are other choices. Oh I know there are those who have gone before me, taken their own lives instead of being forced into marriage, or instead of taking that choice as an alternative. But their voice has also gone with them, mine is still here and alive, and I'm going to be loud and proude, of being a Bona Fide Homosexual.

    No I have never hid, or used a women as a shield from the truth that I am attracted to men too. 100% Bona Fide homosexual here, not one once, of bisexual runs though me; and out and proude too; always have been; always will.icon_razz.gif
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    Apr 20, 2012 9:53 PM GMT
    interesting stuff. he took so long to get to the point I had to take a bathroom break halfway through his big announcement.
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    Apr 20, 2012 9:58 PM GMT
    TrueBlueAussie saidBigsmiles, but the thing is. I can tell you as a Bona Fide Homosexual, that only a bisexual could of done what you did; because I would of chosen death as an alternative choice, than to of made the choices you did.

    One is not full of contempt or hate for our half brothers the bisexuals, and if any were in my everyday life, I would be full of support for them. I just would not see them as a Bona Fide Homosexual, as we are not one of the same; just as an American is not and can never be an Aussie.


    I love that you say 'Bona Fide Homosexual' like it's actually a thing.
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    Apr 20, 2012 10:29 PM GMT
    The assumption that a ''bona fide'' gay man can't get it up for a woman....And that if he actuallty IS able to get hard with a woman, that is enough for you to think that this man is bisexual ?

    I'd like to share a story here. I cannot think of my sexual orientation as anything else than homosexual. I'm attracted to men. I never think about women in sexual ways.

    But, there's this girl who's been a great friend of mine since I was 12.

    When I was 22, she knew I was gay, and I knew as well. But she kept telling me that she found me really hot for some reason, once I hit 20. She told me that if I agreed, she would want me to do it with her, 'cause she had always fantasized about me. We are the kind of friends who could tell each other anything and everything.

    Well for some reason, I had always wondered, (even though I'm not sexually attracted by women at all) how it would feel like to do it with a girl, since, technically, if I had been heterosexual, this is what I would have done.
    And she had, of her own free will, given me a chance to try it with her, no strings attached, without hurting a woman's feelings. I told her that I didn't know how it would go but that I would try and do my best.

    Well, it wasn't very good to say the least. I had to think about some hot stuff, like those videos I love to watch on randyblue.com to keep my boner. Yes the feeling was good, It was a good feeling BUT I wasn't attracted to what I was seeing/hearing. So It wasn't easy to stay excited. SHE had a lot of fun though lol !

    See ? I did it with a girl and I'm gay. I didn't like it, but I still did it with a woman. It's just that now I know that really, I have absolutely no reason to do it with a woman again. You would call this bisexual ?
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    Apr 20, 2012 10:51 PM GMT
    The thing about being a Bona Fide Homosexual, is to remove us from the political correctness bull shite of shoving us all under the one banner, when we are not one, or the same. It's seems even if you have a half brother who is happy to live as a straight man, happy with the wife and kids and family life; yet also likes to play with the lads from time to time on the side as well. But if he is outed he straight away gets labeled as being gay, when he is not. Now if he supports the democrats, he can be forgiven for his sins, if he latter takes a man, and jumps the wife. But if he is a conservative he is the scum of the earth and no forgiveness rewarded.

    The whole point is a Bona Fide Homosexual is not and never has been a bisexual, never ever done the nasty with a female; for what ever reasion; now they can call themselves gay if they take a man latter in life, or have it forced on them; thats fine. But they are not and can never be a Bona Fide Homosexual; it's that simple. It's not showing them contempt, yet they feel a need or right to show us contempt? Over looking the advantages in life they have had and recive, that we Bona Fide Homosexuals have never had.

    Its about us Bona Fide Homosexuals having an identity of our very own, and it not being confused by the issues of bisexuality; or deluded under the banner of gay.

    There are very few rules to being a Bona Fide homosexual. other then you can never have ever done the nasty with a female; not even once. Never had a wife and become a father the hetrosexual way.

    Religion, look, height, political allegiance, race, colour all have nothing to do with it. In many ways we are all inclusive; but............

    Sorry if our half brothers feel contempt for us having pride in always being gay, and having pride in that fact. that we are indeed Bona Fide homosexuals. But that is their issues and not owes, we can not be expected to carry their luggage too.
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    Apr 20, 2012 10:51 PM GMT
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    Well since I don't have a bisexual bone in my being, I am never going to change, and start to bat for the other side, and men who have taken a wife, and also made the lifestyle choice too breed, then latter in life want the world to know, or are outed, for also having a liking for the lads; are not gay, they are clearly bisexual, and want to make a lifestyle changefrom women to men.
    This is total BS. Many guys followed society's norms rather than opting to follow their own feelings, some just didn't understand why they felt like they did. Just because you've slept with a woman, doesn't make you bi. Total BS!

    I was married and fathered 3 children and I've always been gay. No, I didn't understand it because there wasn't any information, like today, when I grew up. I did what was expected thinking I wouldn't be interested or attracted to guys once I had a woman....wrong! I'm not bi, never been bi despite calling myself that while trying to accept my own sexual identity. To say guys who come out later in life after fathering children have to be bi is unbelievably ignorant. Educate yourself by actually talking to guys who have been in that situation before you make statements that are totally non-factual!


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    Apr 21, 2012 9:35 AM GMT
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    TrueBlueAussie saidBigsmiles, but the thing is. I can tell you as a Bona Fide Homosexual, that only a bisexual could of done what you did; because I would of chosen death as an alternative choice, than to of made the choices you did.

    One is not full of contempt or hate for our half brothers the bisexuals, and if any were in my everyday life, I would be full of support for them. I just would not see them as a Bona Fide Homosexual, as we are not one of the same; just as an American is not and can never be an Aussie.


    What you haven't done doesn't mean others are not going to do it. If you fail to see a different point of you that doesn't make you bonafide, it makes you small minded.


    Only in your mind, but not in mine. But maybe you have taken a women as a wife, and deprived her of a "true loving relationship", just to hid, and blame your family for your actions, when there are other choices. Oh I know there are those who have gone before me, taken their own lives instead of being forced into marriage, or instead of taking that choice as an alternative. But their voice has also gone with them, mine is still here and alive, and I'm going to be loud and proude, of being a Bona Fide Homosexual.

    No I have never hid, or used a women as a shield from the truth that I am attracted to men too. 100% Bona Fide homosexual here, not one once, of bisexual runs though me; and out and proude too; always have been; always will.icon_razz.gif



    No I am only 24 years old and too young to marry. I have made it very clear to my parents that they should give up on having a daughter in law one day. I am not going to take that route but to suggest that someone married a woman is at the very least bisexual is laughable.
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    Apr 21, 2012 9:39 AM GMT
    When you said Daddy blogger I was expecting some hot dilf action going on here.
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    Apr 21, 2012 9:42 AM GMT
    TrueBlueAussie saidBigsmiles, but the thing is. I can tell you as a Bona Fide Homosexual, that only a bisexual could of done what you did; because I would of chosen death as an alternative choice, than to of made the choices you did.
    OH SHIT GUYS WE NEED TO FIGURE OUT HOW TO GET HIM IN THIS SITUATION ASAP!
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    Apr 21, 2012 1:58 PM GMT
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    TrueBlueAussie saidBigsmiles, but the thing is. I can tell you as a Bona Fide Homosexual, that only a bisexual could of done what you did; because I would of chosen death as an alternative choice, than to of made the choices you did.
    OH SHIT GUYS WE NEED TO FIGURE OUT HOW TO GET HIM IN THIS SITUATION ASAP!


    oh please let's
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    Apr 21, 2012 2:39 PM GMT
    TrueBlueAussie saidThe thing about being a Bona Fide Homosexual, is to remove us from the political correctness bull shite of shoving us all under the one banner, when we are not one, or the same. It's seems even if you have a half brother who is happy to live as a straight man, happy with the wife and kids and family life; yet also likes to play with the lads from time to time on the side as well. But if he is outed he straight away gets labeled as being gay, when he is not. Now if he supports the democrats, he can be forgiven for his sins, if he latter takes a man, and jumps the wife. But if he is a conservative he is the scum of the earth and no forgiveness rewarded.

    The whole point is a Bona Fide Homosexual is not and never has been a bisexual, never ever done the nasty with a female; for what ever reasion; now they can call themselves gay if they take a man latter in life, or have it forced on them; thats fine. But they are not and can never be a Bona Fide Homosexual; it's that simple. It's not showing them contempt, yet they feel a need or right to show us contempt? Over looking the advantages in life they have had and recive, that we Bona Fide Homosexuals have never had.

    Its about us Bona Fide Homosexuals having an identity of our very own, and it not being confused by the issues of bisexuality; or deluded under the banner of gay.

    There are very few rules to being a Bona Fide homosexual. other then you can never have ever done the nasty with a female; not even once. Never had a wife and become a father the hetrosexual way.

    Religion, look, height, political allegiance, race, colour all have nothing to do with it. In many ways we are all inclusive; but............

    Sorry if our half brothers feel contempt for us having pride in always being gay, and having pride in that fact. that we are indeed Bona Fide homosexuals. But that is their issues and not owes, we can not be expected to carry their luggage too.


    This is so wrong though. If you insist on separating men based on whether or not they have had sex with a women then you are just causing more inner turmoil in the gay community. Sexuality is different for everyone!!! Not everyone magically comes to the conclusion that they are gay, and are fully supported. How about the people who live in very bigoted small towns... like I did.

    Everyone goes about discovering their sexuality at their own pace and at their own time. To say that anyone who didn't get there in the exact same way as you, and that you deserve to be labeled something that is seemingly better than them is really condescending and misunderstanding of the whole process of a sexual identity. icon_rolleyes.gif