most straight males are not taught to be emphatic.
some of us don’t even know how to be compassionate.
i should know.
some gay males can be as worse as our straight counterparts.
life can teach you how to understand and feel for others.
i should know that too.
life has handed me the lemons to make a lemonade stand.
i saw a video where two mlb baller wolves were caught in an embrace.
one baller wolf is in his lap,
while the other is stroking his hair…
the male straights were throwing all kinds of hate boners towards it.
some of the straights love to judge,
until it’s a “black lives matter” or “me too” issue,
then it’s all straights on deck.
the male gays were already putting it up as “relationship goals”.
some gays don’t even know how to be friends,
let alone get into a full blown relationship.
i didn’t see much opinions from the vixens.
if that was two vixens,
it would be whatever.
we’re programmed that anything like that is remotely feminine.
i was waiting for the story before i gave an opinion on the foxhole.
well that explanation soon arrived down my twitter timeline.
the one in lap allegedly found out his mother had died in the middle of a game.
on my end,
was that display being very brave and touching if that is true.
it’s not easy to lose a parent.
it’s worst when you can’t be there during their final moments.
the narrative didn’t change once the real story was revealed.
it never does.
the homophobia got amplified and
“he coulda done something else”
“he too close!”
“why he rubbing his hair like that?”
“it was still gay af.”
i’d hate to see what they won’t allow if it was them.
it’s sad when having emotions makes you “gay af” but kissin/ telling,
and not confronting issues is what makes us more masculine.
i guess that makes more sense.
lowkey: i woulda done the same for another male in that video
you could as well call me a big black bitch.
my masculinity isn’t defined by those things.
if that video is gay then this is gay too:
i font what i font.