How does everyone around you starting to get married and have children make you feel as a single gay man?
I felt that pressure. Though I didn't know I was a gay man.
I just thought I was different somehow, but unsure why it was. I was 26, an Army Lieutenant. and never had a date with a woman, no interest in them. All my fellow Officers were married, I was the only single one. Plus my mother was constantly nagging me about why I wasn't married yet.
I finally caved to the pressure, my first date at 26. Bad mistake, married as I was turing 29. I think today I would have known better.
What would mummy think of her little boy now.
Oh my the confusion of bisexuality. Not being heterosexual or homosexual, yet both. Thank god I was born a Bonafide Homosexual, and never wanted to get married, and was clear about that from a very young age, as I knew without any doubt I loved cock. No matter how people treated me, or looked down on me for being open and truthful about things growen men did not have the balls to do.
But then I also have freedom and a quality of life many of my married straight mates don't have. Since I don't feel something is missing in my life, I don't need children to fill that hole.