Bisexual men get very bad press in society, especially among gay men. I've said myself, lovey, I said pet I said love, I said pet, work out which side of your bread is buttered. That was quite unfair, and I have come to realise that as I have become older.
Along with bisexuals there are asexuals, and I think I have known a few of them. Even at a young age, that are just not interested in sex. I am in my middle age just too lazy to be bothered with sex and the discomfort of sleeping on the wet spot in bed, but I still remain very interested in sex.
Within our walls we can be very politically incorrect. Often enough I will call it for someone on tv or the radio. Ghey. Yes, that is how I say the word when I point out to R that I think a certain bloke or sheila is gay.
I can't remember ever doing it for female children, but I certainly have for male children. Ghey. I think a few years ago even suspecting one of your sons or grandsons was gay. Who where and when is hazy now.
But there is a whole other category of male children who may be effeminate but not gay. They too deserve acceptance.
But one of my prejudices is firmly rooted. I just hope they don't grow up to be crossdressers. I have no issues with drag queens, but don't be a sad old man with badly applied makeup, a cheap wig, clothing that is too young and too revealing at your age, and you walk wharfie (dock worker).
I expect I was going to make a decent point with this post when I began writing this, but I have forgotten what it was now.