Is It Bad To Be A Size Queen
There’s been this myth going around for a long time that penis size doesn’t/shouldn’t matter, and a good deal of that comes from the mainstream. If you read a lot of those mainstream heteronormative articles about penis size you’ll usually find straight women stating they don’t care about penis size. Which is fine. However, I never see this opinion shared with most of the gay men I know in RL.
With all that said, here’s an article that talks about this whole topic of penis size very candidly. It gets into Grindr hook ups and how men respond to penis size in Grindr profiles. It’s interesting.
I’ve also had guys who have vanished as soon as I admitted that I’m probably closer to “M” or “L” than “XL” or “XXL.” Will that be a problem? Apparently, yes. I guess it wasn’t my warm smile that attracted them to my profile. Fair enough.
You can read more, here. I don’t know why there’s always such a huge discussion about this. I think some people do care about penis size, and some don’t. Plain and simple.
Spoiler Alert: TV Show Ozark and Gay Characters
I’m a huge fan of the TV show, Ozark, and not just because they have two gay characters that truly do break every single stereotype in the entire gay male community. I think it’s the first time I’ve ever seen gay characters on TV handled this way. The gay characters in Ozark are the gay men you never hear about, not even in gay culture in RL, but there are many of them. They remind me of “Jase,” a gay character I wrote in The Virgin Billionaire series.
However, Ozark has a dark, glum story line. If you haven’t seen season one stop reading here because there are spoilers coming.
This scene shows Agent Petty as a focused, almost obsessive man, which cost him his personal life. His methods of gathering information are often questionable and borderline illegal. By contrast, Agent Evans is compassionate and kind. He shows concern for the Byrde family’s safety. The show allows the viewer to form an opinion of the two characters before revealing they are gay.
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Atypical’s Brigette Lundy-Paine Comes Out As Queer
Here’s another TV show on Netflix I fell in love with, Atypical. I’ve seen both seasons so far, and they’re just starting to get into the queer storyline. Brigette Lundy-Paine is one of the main characters, and you will fall in love with her. Season 3 should be excellent.
Speaking to The Advocate about the newest season of the show, Lundy-Paine came out as queer to the world. She discussed how the character of Sam helped her come to terms with her own queer identity.
Side Note: Raul Castillo who played a gay character in HBO’s Looking is part of the Atypical cast.