Dating A Sapiosexual
If you didn’t know what a sapiosexual is, you will now. It’s someone who will only date people they consider smart enough to be around. At first it sounds okay. Who doesn’t value intelligence? But as you read on they start to sound obnoxious, boring, and not very good in bed.
All the sapiosexuals agree that they can determine whether someone is smart enough for them “in the first 10 minutes” of meeting. And when asked if they would ever break up with someone who wasn’t “smart enough,” here’s what they had to say:
“I don’t think I would ever commit myself to someone who isn’t intelligent enough for me,” Man A proclaims.
I think they’re all full of crap.
Dumb Promo For “Fire Island”
Here’s a story that is basically nothing more than a silly promotion for the new reality show on Logo, Fire Island. I watched the first episode and lasted about 10 minutes. I switched to reruns of Everybody Loves Raymond.
I’m not going to link to any excerpts from the promo, but here’s one of the comments left by a reader I found accurate. I know a few people who frequent Fire Island.
Exactly. Then you have queens like the two locals who actually believe that a gay ghetto for rich queens like fire island is some magical place that’s revolutionary when 99% of men who went there and still go there go just to hook up and use drugs.
You can read the entire thing here
. I won’t be watching Fire Island
again. But in all fairness, this doesn’t just happen in the gay community with reality TV. Reality TV has pretty much misrepresented everyone, from the people in the state of New Jersey, to the housewives in Beverly Hills.
Young High School Guy Outed By A Classmate
I don’t think there’s anything worse than being outed. I despise anyone who outs someone. It’s forcing someone into doing something before he/she is ready to handle the consequences. And this story is even more intense because he was really private, very young, and so careful.
It also shows how serious the bully issue still is in schools.
In high school, he joined his school’s football team, where he played defensive end, linebacker, and then running back. As an athlete, Moon explains, he was able to keep his sexual orientation hidden since he was supposed to be “tough” and “a big, strong guy.”
During his senior year, he told three of his teammates about his sexual orientation. Two of the teammates said they never wanted to talk to him again. Meanwhile, the third one began telling everyone else at school.
You can read the rest here. There is a happy ending. Now if we could just smack some sense into these little high school twits who think they know it all. If you’re reading this now, and you’re in high school, I promise you that high school is only a very small part of your lives. High school is nothing more than a brief stepping stone that will lead you toward your real life. And, it will get so much better.
Not All Gay Novels Have Sex
In Their Prime by Ryan Field