Jeffrey Rich - What began your journey to become such a strong advocate for teh geys? this question is the one that required the most thinking. my late uncle (1930-1968) was gay, but I did not find out that fact until 1986. it was a verboten subject in my family. and I didn't find out from my family, but through a friend of my uncle's. my uncle was never allowed to live his life outside the closet. :(
when I took up knitting as a hobby in 2001, I began to read knitting blogs; several of those blogs were written by gay men. through those men, I found other gay male blogs (non-knitters). I started leaving comments on their blogs before I myself had a blog.
I never have had many friends in my life until "my gay boyfriends" came along. I like hanging with gay men because they see me as an intelligent, fun, confident woman; to them, I am NOT a piece of ass they can fuck and discard like a snotty tissue (yes, I AM looking at YOU, str8 males). with them I can be myself instead of having to be someone I'm not. there are no expectations, no demands, no promises. just FABULOUS FUN!
gay people have enough enemies/h8ers. it's more fun to be friends/allies!
Blogoratti - Looks like a fun theme, so here goes...Why did you start blogging? I was dared into it by several blogger friends. I started leaving comments on their blogs, so...