I'm gay, but I'm just a normal guy too. I shop at H&M, listen to Katy Perry, do drag, and actually know what gingham is. Fabulous is what I do best! As far as I'm considered there is nothing gay about any of these things but after reading your column last week, I began to ask a lot of questions. The gayest thing in the world is banging another man, so why do so many homos have issues with with "gayness"?
Maybe it's just my alternative-Canadian-social-justice-queer-upbringing talking but I'm tired of homo-on-homo hate. I was once berated by an ex for sporting fuchsia hair for pride cause it was "too gay." Why are gay men afraid of gayness? Why can't we all just "flame on"?
Flaming And Glad Gay Youth
My response after the jump...
Maybe gays who hate gays—or gays who hate gays who are "too gay"—aren't afraid of gayness. Maybe they're afraid of straightness...
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