What Are Graysexuals?; Possible Season 3 Of The Comeback; Having Gay Friends Without Gay Sex

What Are Graysexuals? 

I’ve seen this term around before, but I don’t think most people know what it means. So here’s a simple article that talks about the basics.

Basically, the term is used to describe that gray area between people who are sexual and people who aren’t. Graysexuals enjoy sexy time on rare occasion. Most of the time, however, they want to be left alone.

There’s more here. They claim it falls under the umbrella of asexual. 

Possible Season 3 of The Comeback

I have always thought The Comeback was one of the brightest TV shows of our time. So I’m personally thrilled to see there’s a chance it might return for another season. 

Of course there’s nothing definite…but it’s interesting that people are still talking about it and still waiting for more. That doesn’t happen often with anything on TV. Most of the time you can’t wait to see it go away. 

According to Wikipedia, HBO greenlit a third season of the show back in 2015. They’re just waiting on Lisa Kudrow and Michael Patrick King to deliver the goods. Considering we had to wait ten years between seasons one and two, we suspect it may still be a while.

Here’s the rest. 

Having Gay Friends Without Gay Sex

Here’s a guy who wants gay friends, but he wants to make sure he doesn’t have gay sex. You guessed it. It’s Reddit. 

“I enjoy drinking at gay bars, but I detest going by myself,” he continues. “I’m basically trying to meet gay guys to talk to and drink with, with zero expectation of sex or any emotional bond more than friendship. I have no clue where to start.”

I don’t think I could be friends with anyone, gay or straight, who would post something like that. Why do I feel that way? Imagine if he said he wants more black friends but doesn’t know where to find them. That would be racist. It works the same way for gay people or any other minority.  But you can check out the rest here

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