T wo weeks ago, along with Rhondda movie-goers, I was lying on a cricket pitch in Treorchy watching Freddie Mercury snog his boyfriend in Bohemian Rhapsody. The age of the crowd varied between 18 and 94 — and nobody so much as sniggered or blushed, but I smiled to myself. Amazingly, under ancient laws, men were still being prosecuted for meeting someone in a bar and taking them home.
The Pride parade in London is taking place on Saturday 6 July. Pride has been celebrated all over the world over the last few weeks. Two years ago in the UK, the Pride celebrations were particularly significant as marked the year anniversary since it stopped being illegal for two men to be in a relationship in England and Wales.
There is a problem with being-gay-and-dating when most of my friends are straight. The supposed point of connection would be laughable, if it weren't so often assumed: Their OGF is gay; I am gay. Proving what, exactly, I don't know.
T he number of people believing there is nothing wrong with gay sex has fallen for the first time since the Aids crisis. The findings coincide with the first decrease in more than a decade of people comfortable with pre-marital sex. On the plus side, last week also saw the Commons victory for gay legislation in Northern Ireland. Still, what a hammering same-sex couples have had recently — everything from attacks on buses to Ann Widdecombe the Aunt Lydia of Brexit, anyone?
Sometimes, the person in front of me barely speaks, staring right through me, lost in a deep catatonic depression. Yesterday, my patient, a something graduate student, swallowed a jumble of unmarked pills, hoping to die, after his father told him never to come home again. Today, he greeted me with a soft smile, his delirium starting to clear, his heart beating normally again.
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They said it couldn't be done! They were right! So we're running a tally of the 55 most tired retorts, truth-free truisms and tart one- liners from gay life instead! Based on an unrepresentative sample of drug- crazed Muscle Marys, Men Who Love Too Much Cologne and sad bitches with cold sores and nothing better to do than fill in questionnaires!
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