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Dating Blogger Charles: The End of Gay Pride

I’m pretty sure something has gone terribly wrong within my dating world. It seems that after moving out of a life stage filled with sexual promiscuity and whore-like behavior, I am now unable to attract anyone for any other reason … Read More

By / November 27, 2006

I’m pretty sure something has gone terribly wrong within my dating world. It seems that after moving out of a life stage filled with sexual promiscuity and whore-like behavior, I am now unable to attract anyone for any other reason than them wanting to fuck me. I was recently told by a man that I had and angelic face and my eyes projected innocence. I thanked him even though I wasn’t really sure if he had paid me a compliment. Then he leaned over and whispered in my ear, “I know as well as you do, it is always the innocent looking ones that are the dirtiest… meet me in the bathroom.”

I agreed: “You’re right, the innocent looking ones are always trouble,” and then I “accidentally” spilled my drink on him and said, “Trouble, trouble, trouble.”

He happened to be right, I do look innocent, and I am a little “trouble,” and I did not meet him in the bathroom because he was dirty, and not in a good way. The point is if all I were looking for was a “quickie in the bathroom” I would be showered in sex all the time, however, when it comes to dating me, men do not even consider it an option, why I do not know. I plan great dates, like picnics in the park and going to make necklaces at a bead shop followed by lunch. I know I am a fun person to be with and talk to. The thing is, gay men hate me, straight men love me, and I am ready to hate everyone (except lesbians – lesbians are great).

Gay men suck at life. They somehow come through this culture so jaded and shallow that they have nothing to offer the world other than fashion, makeup, and decorating advice. As a species of human they are singlemindedly searching for raunchy sex and whether intelligent or not are incapable of not having affects like a woman in conversation. I’ve decided that I no longer belong to this culture and that my sexuality will be defined as something else (suggestions welcome).

I know that some will read this and say, “Oh what a huge generalization, and how closed minded,” or even, “Maybe you can’t find a date because you are a gay hater.”

To that I will respond, I agree it is huge generalization and there are those who are homosexual and do not fit the characteristics I have drawn above. I will contend that many are like me and live outside the box. That said, I am absolutely 100% positive that as a majority what I have said sticks. It is time that no matter what social group we belong to, we stand up and say gay men shouldn’t be proud, they haven’t done anything to be proud of!

That’s right folks, we have a parade for homosexuals and it is actually called “PRIDE?” Pride for what – the fact that on one day in each city we can walk around almost naked and hunt for our next prey? No thank you, I would rather not be soaked and dripping in semen, but I do appreciate the offer.

Sometimes we are so “socially aware” (especially in cities) and careful not to insult people or remain “politically correct” that we completely overlook the truth. The truth is that the gay scene as a majority is disgusting, abhorrent, and grotesquely based in shallow sexual predation. Throughout the country there are still “bathhouses,” a place for men to go to “cruise” for sex and even more disgusting try walking through the Rambles of Central Park at night; you will see gay men having sex with complete strangers. The bars are not much different, it requires a bit more work to get into some guy’s pants but for the most part most everybody leaves with somebody or ends up in a bathroom stall. This is a culture that I do not wish to belong to.

I know that I may be coming across judgmental and I want to make myself clear: I am not shunning sexual promiscuity as a whole, I am simply saying that I do not want to belong to a culture – gay culture, to be specific – that ultimately defines me as something I am not. This is a culture that I do not fit into and as a result find it virtually impossible to meet people worth dating.

The same problem is true in heterosexual culture; however, it is not only on at a lower degree but the opportunities to meet people are vaster. I do not want to be forced into a gay bar scene just to meet men that I know I can approach and who think that is okay to ask me for a blowjob in the bathroom. So what on earth does someone like me do to move forward in relationships without having a starting point?

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