For the curious, open-minded, but misinformed heterosexuals out in the world, there seems to be one burning question they always want to ask us homosexual men. Do you all just want to have sex with each other all the time? Usually, though not exclusively, I get this question from well-intentioned straight male friends and acquaintances.
Ask a Gay Person provides answers for people who have questions about being gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgendered LGBTbut have no one to ask. Am I a lesbian or bisexual? I'm a 19 year old female and I've just come to terms with the fact that I do like girls.
Police in Salt Lake City, Utah, are investigating after a man was filmed assaulting another man early Sunday after asking if he was gay. After video of the incident went viral, Salt Lake City police tweeted on Monday afternoon that, "Detectives have made contact with the suspect who is cooperating fully with the investigation. My friends and I were assaulted by this homophobic man in downtown Salt Lake City last night.
A lot of gay men found their first true, unadulterated, non-judgmental friends in women. What the media has done, though, is created a lot of expectations for what a gay man is supposed to be or act like. Most of the time, that positions us to be the willing, compliant, and fashionable sidekick This usually results in girls feeling instantly comfortable asking very intimate questions, most all of which have to do with either fashion, beauty, or being gay.
I always seem to be the guy that people ask for directions. That is to say, me, the spatially challenged, head-to-the-ground expatriate living in Belfast. I might as well be looking at hieroglyphics on a papyrus role.
I have some gay coworkers, and most of the guys on the hall in my apartment building are it is West Hollywood, after all. The other day she finally explained what she meant. So my question: Do gay guys find straight guys attractive?
YouTubers Riyadh K and Melanie Murphy have come up with 10 questions you should never ask a bisexual or gay person. Some people have no problem with that question, some people would find it offensive. Straight people cheat all the time. This is not an act, this is me.
William L Sledd born October 11, is an American internet celebrity and former video blogger. His vlogs, which included the popular "Ask A Gay Man" series launched inmade him one of the first YouTube celebrities. Sledd lives in Paducah, Kentuckyand most recently has been a social media manager for a bank.