So much for youth and sex and physical attributes, and all the glitz and glam associated with Gay Pride parades. I'd love to hear what those two guys have to say about love, and what it really means.
I totally agree, Gary.In fact I'd like to invite them to the university to talk with the students in my Intro Psych class.These gents would have a great deal to teach from their experiences.
Justin, do you know them,....if you do, they might be more than happy to talk to your students. .They are more than lucky. They havebeen in love, and we see that itworks!!!! Their experiences wouldmean more than anything to a class your teaching. Just ThinkingOut Loud.
Justin, do you know them,....if you do, they might be more than happy to talk to your students. .They are more than lucky. They havebeen in love, and we see that itworks!!!! Their experiences wouldmean more than anything to a class your teaching. Just Thinking......Out Loud.
So who's the butch one? Check out the shoes and go figure. Hehe. I'm not saying a word.
Cannot both be butch? Cannot both be femme?As I see it, both Peter and I are "butch" if one must use that term. . Sometimes we both wear hiking boots, some times flipflops. . sometimes sneakers or sandals. . . but never stillettos! lmsao
If it were not for guys like them, gay rights would not be as accepted as they are now.I know of at least one couple that reads your blog that's been together since the 70's. And it's been 11 years for myself and my man. I wish that I had known any of these long termers when I was growing up. But I'm happy with how things are progressing.
I'm not thinking about getting married/ civil union /sspouse.Cause I'm not ready yet.I need to find a man who will put up with me :p
Or indeed, Coop, a man up with whom you can put.
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