colton underwood shares some of the same sentiments we have faced as gay or bi males.
as you know he was the former abc’s “the bachelor” who ( x came out as gay recently ).
he realized he was gay at a young age but came from a strict christian background.
he played football to try to blend in with the straights,
but you can only run from yourself for so long.
Think about all the folks who ran from themselves until their death beds?
according to colton,
he came out because he was being blackmailed…
so this colton underwood story took a turn really quickly.
he did quite a lot in his “straight” life with his ex,
i mean he played the role quite well:
he was accused of stalking and being a real creep to her via “x us weekly“:
Underwood, 29, and Randolph, 25, began dating during season 23 of The Bachelor, which aired in 2019. They announced their split in May 2020, and she subsequently filed for a restraining order against him in September 2020, claiming that he put a tracking device on her car. He denied her allegations, and the restraining order was dropped in November 2020.
this is the part that made me eye-roll about this whole thing…
there comes a point in a male’s life where he realizes he can’t do “straight” anymore.
he can’t keep hating the side he tries to repress any longer.
as much as he dates vixen,
you truly can’t give them what they want.
there is this honeymoon phase when you date vixens as a suppressed gay male,
but like anything else,
that goes away after a few weeks or months.
not only that,
when you’re suppressing gay,
you start hating vixens because they aren’t what you desire.
you can tell by the misery on their faces in pics and videos.
that or she is just really.
ex nfl baller wolf,
colton underwood of abc’s “the bachelor“,
decided he couldn’t do “straight” any longer…