Feeling Bad For Handsome Men
You don’t read things like this too often.
It’s all about how Pietro Boselli finds it difficult being too handsome.
“I don’t think there would be any direct disadvantage,” he says, “apart from maybe some stereotypes or the fact that people won’t necessarily focus on other aspects of your personality.”
You can read the rest here. Don’t miss the comments.
In all seriousness, though, there are downsides to being attractive. The biggest one is that people won’t approach you first. It won’t happen. In fact, they will say that you’re “unapproachable.” And if you’re not an extrovert that can lead to a lot of lonely nights.
Here’s an interesting piece about a father and daughter who are transitioning together.
Inspired by watching a documentary on Jazz Jennings, Eric announced that he too was transitioning. He said, “The first feeling was relief, the second was terror. Fear for what my future would hold, fear for how my family and children would, fear for what the rest of my life was going to look like.”
Here’s the rest. I always wonder how the spouse reacts, and how they work out the obvious complications with regard to sex. There have to be complications. In other words, if I marry a man and he tells me he wants to transition into a woman, I’ll still love him but I’m still going to need a man in bed. So just how does that work? They never actually discuss this in detail aloud. And I think we’re all curious.
Colton Haynes Is Engaged
It finally happened. Sorry, Colton Haynes is officially off the market.
Jeff Leatham, Haynes’ celebrity florist boyfriend-turned-fiancé, popped the question on the Las Ventanas al Paraiso in Los Cabos, Mexico.
Here’s more. I really love these things. Mainly because I never thought I’d see the day where gay men got engaged to be legally married, in public. That’s big. When you think about how Bill Clinton signed DOMA into law back in the 90s, and everything was so dismal with respect to gay marriage, the magnitude of this never ceases to amaze me in 2017.