i believe gays,
no matter the role,
out the closet or in,
all have a super power.
yes that is tea in my mug.
no i did not spike it with vodka.
no seriously tho!
i believe everyone who likes the same sex is born with some kind of power…
it could be:
a razor sharp tongue
the ability to read an enemy
creating colorful drama with fashion or the arts
the uncanny ability to seduce
super human sex drives
or the ability to blend in amongst the straights effortlessly
hell anything that puts you ahead of the straights.
sometimes we are so good at one power,
that we develop different powers to help assist with that power.
life has a way of training us when we least expect it.
today i saw xmen: days of future past.
i couldn’t help but feel connected to the x men.
even with the cartoons,
i always felt drawn to these super human characters.
hell any super hero for that matter.
batman being my favorite of them all.
the x men are mutants who live in hiding from the humans.
they each have a special power.
one side wants peace so we can all live in unity.
another side wants revenge for how they have been treated,
many of us are not out.
we live amongst humans who may/may not accept us.
church folk being our biggest enemies.
its funny how things change when you reveal you are gay.
you either become a caricature or a spectacle.
the worst part is there are some mutants,
i mean gays,
who will expose you out of pure spitefulness.
they lose all sense of “brotherhood” and go rogue amongst the humans.
well the straights.
they are the ones who use their powers for evil and not good.
the movie made me think about my own powers.
the ones i have kept hidden.
life professor x,
i lost my hope somewhere down the line.
i guess life and it’s difficulties can do that.
well its time to forgive and forget.
i can’t do “this” anymore.
the feeling of hopelessness,
there is a better life out there for me.
i know what i must do.
its time to make star fox proud of me.
you reading right now in the foxhole who supports me.
its about time i started channeling my powers.
its funny how a 2 hour movie can bring shit back into perspective.