Monday, May 25, 2009

YEAH, I'M FUCKING GAY

Facebook and I have a love/hate relationship. On the one hand, it's great (usually) to reconnect with old friends. Example: this afternoon a girl that I crushed on in the 5th grade just found me on that site; she even reminded me that I was the first boy to ever go out of my way to call her...

...which might explain why she thought me listing that I was into men on Facebook was a joke. In fact, I get this a lot, especially from people I haven't seen nor heard from in years (mostly people from grade school/high school). 

According to them, it's comes as a total fucking shock I'm a homo, but to me it's like, DUH motherfuckers! I mean, if an old friend from back in the day came out to me, I wouldn't ask them if they were joking. I'd take it seriously and give them the benefit of the doubt.   

Whatever, I'm not pissed or anything, but I am getting kinda tired of having to "prove" that I'm gay. What's it gonna take? A YouTube video of me blowing some twink? Not gonna happen! Y'all are just gonna have to take my word for it. 

10 comments:

Thomas said...

...So you're sure you're not gonna post a video of your giving someone head?

I'm just checking to be completely sure.

I think you should put it to a vote: what does your fan base say? hhmm?

1 vote yes for a video of Justin on YouTube!

juliandarling said...

Yeah, this happens to me too.

Devyn said...

Not gonna happen? The You Tube Video, or you blowing a twink?

BCohio said...

I get the same thing. Just was telling my brother-in-law that I am constantly in a position where I have to "come out." I mention my boyfriend's name and people say, "Oh is JO your wife" and I say, "No, Joe is my boyfriend/partner." Then the response typically "Oh, really?" What really pisses me off is when people, mostly gay people, accuse me of "hiding" my inner-queer and say that I must be "self-loathing" because I don't queen out at the drop of a hat. I f-ing hate that!

Jay said...

I couldn't agree more. A video certainly wouldn't go astray ;)

Anonymous said...

Show them the picture of you in that sweater from the New Years where you got kicked out of the bar. Pretty fucking gay.

S J D said...

Man, fuck this weather. I just want some beach action.

Sidenote: You're gay? I don't think we can talk anymore...

Dean Grey said...

Justin!

This almost sounds like you have something against twinks!

Anywho....

You're more masculine than most gay guys so I think it's only natural that "5th grade girl" or others have a hard time believing you're gay.

If anything, take it as a compliment. It means you don't fit the stereotypical "gay" role of being girly/feminine (like myself).

Perhaps if you wore a nice, bright A-line skirt for a day that might convince everyone!

-Dean

Billy said...

All they have to do is hang with you for 5 minutes and they will never argue with you again about it. mean, you can't go 5 minutes without giving head to a twink, video or not. :-)

Anonymous said...

Justin- Gloria here again. I have devoted a small part of my considerable brain power to this post, and I would like to briefly comment. You have been one of my very, very best friends since, what? 1995? Okay, so 14 years, give or take. Within that 14 years, I spent a considerable amount of time wondering if you were gay. Like, actually going back and forth about it. I have a fairly accurate gaydar and I could never come to a conclusion about it because there is nothing about you-at all- that is stereotypically "gay". You just didnt seem into girls at all. And you expressed a great deal of admiration for Sophia Loren, which was really the only real tip off that I ever had. So, when you came out (which btw, fuck you once again for letting me find out from your myspace page. La-ame!), I was not shocked, but it was also not a forgone conclusion for me, either. I mean, c'mon- you are absolutely hands down the least obviously gay gay dude that I have ever known. Like, if the religious right ever gets a hold of you and "cures" you, you will have no problem whatsoever slipping right back into the straight world. So, if someone who closely examined you and spent a shitload of time with you over a number of years was ever-so-slightly thrown for a loop by the revelation that you are a big ol' homo, then you will have to expect to explain to people, probably for a long time, that you are in fact gay. Sorry. I think you are just going to have to cut people a little bit of slack. Or become a total flamer. Or, I know! I'll get a t-shirt made for your 30th birthday that says, "I smoke cock! (No, really. I do.)"