It can get you into funny situations though. I never call myself gay as nobody would say he is straight.ArmyOfMe wrote:Same, I like to keep it as casual as possiblebiscuits wrote:These days, I never come out. I just talk about things and it falls into convo. Like ‘my ex...he....’ or ‘I went to a ghey club last night and met a guy’
I remember one time, when I was a subsitute teacher. I lived with my boyfriend (now husband).
A girl (11 year old) asked me if I had a girlfriend, so I said "no".
Then she said: "Oh, you live alone?"
Girl: "You still live with your parents?"
She looked at me with a puzzled look on her face, so I said: "I live with my boyfriend."
Another time, when we had moved to an apartment, I met our neighbour (an elderly man).
So I told him we were neighbours and I was glad to meet him.
And he was like: "You can't be my neighbour."
Me: "Why not?"
He: "Another man lives there."
Me: "I know."
He: "Is that your brother?"
He: "But you say you live there."
Me: "I do."