There’s this guy I work with—a redneck, looks exactly like a lil’red, 24 but acts 10—and he likes leather, a lot. Leather is not manly; it’s gay and an abominable clothing choice. I know, I’m gay and I have a leather jacket.
Lil’red wears chaps and he doesn’t have a motorcycle.
In a gruff voice he whispered, as I was wearing my jacket, “you’re wearing leather, niiiccce.”
Bondage and shit was a thing. Now it is not.
My SBF thought I was his girlfriend.
My SBF cuddled me in my sleep.
My SBF buys me things but he’s a chronic liar. My SBF is thief. I need to raise the bar next time.
So I’ve a straight boyfriend for a while. A straight boyfriend is a straight man for whom you have a crush, they know it and they don’t mind. My straight boyfriend gave me a teasing kiss and I have seen him naked. Basically, he’s taken it a little too far.
Last night he asked me what it’s like to give a blow job while we were watching Mean Girls. Too many questions about what it’s like, how it feels, is it fun. I’m not looking for anything scandalous, serious, or sexual: if I was I’d flirt with a gay man. And I won’t be teased about this. It’s over.
At least I don’t feel like I have to break it to him.
I Fucking love this! Where did this come from?
YES YES YES
(Source: , via zombea)
Walking through the near south neighborhood before nine am, I realize that hot guys wear nothing but overalls, a-shirts or pajama bottoms as they walk their dogs through the alleys—Lincoln, I think I love you: muscles, tans, ethnicity, heights, and hair with a touch of husker or cowboy hat; I will be waking up early now.
I can right some bullshit about husker football with a subliminal queer reference and one person on tumblr will like it every nine days during football season. excellent
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"People said there must be something queer about a boy who showed no interest in girls his own age, but who could be lively enough when he was with Tony and Lena or the three Marys."
XII, The Hired Girls
My Antonia, Willa Cather
The Thirty year’s War Timeline and article in the June/July 2011 issue of Out Magazine