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- Member since: 07/05/09
- Last active: More than a week ago
- Age: 35
- First location: Germany
- Looking for: Friends, Online Chat
My Stats and Info
- Build: Defined
- Height: 6' 3''
- Weight: 176 lbs
- Hair color: Brown
- Eye color: Blue
- Ethnicity: White
- My gym:
- Weight training: 3 times per week
60 minutes per session
- Cardio training: 2 times per week
30 minutes per session
- Sports I like: Basketball, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis
- Other sports I like:
- HIV status: HIV -
- Safer sex?: Always
German in California
Questions??? Feel free to ask! I don't bite.
Isn't it amusing how men can be so stupid, dumb and cute at once..? They act so strong, so all knowing and hard but actually inside they are truly soft themselves.
Isn't it ironic that men search for something deeper and more meaningful, but when their desire sets in, all they can think about is sex, and they wouldn't care anymore and start acting unfortunately animalistic?
Isn't it sad that in fact that way we will never find what we are actually yearning for, but we can't deny the way we are..
Just some mindless tought's in time of boredom. :)
lol...well...surprise...I'm gay ... I've always wanted to write about Homosexuality, so it feels like the perfect time to do so.
A Homosexual, (also referred to as some pretty distasteful terms) is what I am, but it's not who I am. That is one thing that always prevented me from coming out. I wanted people to know I wouldn't end up with the 'normal' version of a family. I wanted them to know that in the end I will have a husband, and I will raise kids. I however don't want it to become what I am known for. We all offer so much to this world, and I want to be known for that rather than who sleeps on the other side of the bed.
Let's face it..the two stereotypes are an effeminate man, and a masculine woman. It's what the media and society in general choose to see as Gay and Lesbian. However, they fail to mention the Masculine Man, and the Feminine Woman. I myself am a masculine guy, and I'm just as manly as any straight guy. I grow tired of people automatically assuming that I'm the stereotype. Let me just say there is absolutely nothing wrong with the stereotype, it's just not what I am, nor what I'm attracted to. I just wish people could be more educated on the different lifestyles.
Look at mainstream Television..It's safe to say if there is a Gay character on your screen, they're likely the stereotype. e.g. Will & Grace, Modern Family etc. Does anyone want to take a wild guess as to why you barely ever see the non-stereotypical homosexual on television? It's because they will have to create more diverse characters traits within those characters. The shows take the easier route of using the stereotype.
Gay marriage..(I heard those gulps of anxiety) Did you know that in the United States of America it is legal to marry a first cousin in more states than it is for two people of the same sex? Yes, you read that right. Gay marriage is always a tough topic, and religion is almost always brought into the argument of those who are against it. But what I ask is, how is it hurting you personally if two people of the same sex wish to have the same rights as you? To be legally recognized as a couple? To celebrate their love just like you do? You don't have to support it, but there is no reason whatsoever to stand against it. A lot of people ask where the line will be drawn if gay marriage is allowed. I know religious people who have compared Homosexuality to Pedophilia and It mortifies me that they can sleep at night with that comparison. Someone once said if you don't like Gay marriage, then don't marry a Gay person.
Moving on to Homosexuality in religion..(oh yeah, I'm going there) I was baptized as a Christian, I've read the bible, however I moved away from religion many years ago, not only because of my sexuality, and my personal opinion that a lot of it is based on fear, but because it just does not resonate with me. If when my time comes, and heaven exists, and I get sent south...I simply would not want a part of heaven if I'm turned away for loving someone with the same body parts as me. I can't fathom how someone who is apparently so full of love, and acceptance could turn out to be so heartless.
I personally know several guys who were raised in a religious household, and when they have come out they're sent to counseling, they're kicked out of their house, they're cut off from their families and it breaks my heart. There are Homosexual men and women out there who put everyone before themselves. They find someone of the opposite sex, marry them, have children, all because they're doing what they're told is "right". The reality is the overwhelming majority will give into their needs eventually, and will hurt everyone they've dragged along with the lie. Homosexuality is NOT a lifestyle choice, it is NOT a mental disorder, it is simply the term to define two people of the same sex who have found love in each other.
To me, love does not see Gender, Ethnicity, Religion, Lifestyle, or any other form of difference. Love is soul based, love is accepting, love is courageous, love is patient, love is nurturing, and love is freedom. Why anyone would choose to hate on another who finds love in any form is beyond my understanding. I am part of a minority, but it does not make my wants/needs any less important than those of a majority. I may be a Homosexual, but I am me and I offer so much more to the world than who I'm attracted to. I write this is with the hope that it can somewhat open the eyes of the ignorant, and comfort those who are struggling with their sexuality.
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