We have all been in one. Maybe we hadn’t considered it that way. At times we were not aware that we were in one. Sometimes we are so in denial that we trick ourselves that it doesn’t mean anything. Someone gets hurt at the end. That’s the only part I don’t like about an open relationship.
Why do women compete with a gay man for the affection of a heterosexual man? Granted, they wouldn’t be competing against a gay more for another gay man, now would they? So, why is it that many heterosexual women compete with effeminate gay men over a heterosexual man? What are they competing for? Is it love or is it procreation?
Dear Andy is an advice column for those in need of good advice. This article is about a sad little boy is afraid he’ll end up like his mother and in a horribly abusive relationship.
dumped over a man or a woman? Which is worse? Is there really a big difference when you’re being dumped by your lover over the same or the opposite sex? You are still being dumped. Your heart is still being broken and your world has now turned upside down. The person that has loved you unconditionally for so long that now you’re single again.
Dating a man half my age was not the best idea I ever had. It was also something I didn’t think I would do. I dated men twice my age, but that was okay. I think. Okay. I wasn’t. It was not the heaven I was expecting.
Sergeant’s song played. Serendipity comes once in a lifetime. I heard “What I Want,” by Andy Sergeant and I dropped what I was doing to enjoy the music and the lyrics. I realized that my life has changed.
There are 3 requisites to be accepted in the gay community. Youth, Body, and Money. Without one of the three you’re The Walking Gay Dead. That discrimination among gay man is obvious when you go to a gay bar, or any event where there’s a group of gay men. By nature, they will form Cliques. …
Dear Andy is a advisory column for those in need of good advice. This articles is about a mother who is proud of her son’s engagement, but uneasy about her own parents and siblings feelings.
Parents always want what’s best for their children. A new bike, braces, a good college and other things they need to be happy. However, most of these things mentioned are easy to give. Parents think they know their son well enough to get those things.