so work wolf and i had another argument.
i’m the one who is finally in control of my feelings tho.
i’m about ready to chuck him the peace signs…
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Dear Jamari Fox.
I am a “vixen” who recently came across your website and I must say I am a new fan. I am writing this letter today with an inquiry. I am very close to an athlete who plays in the NFL that you wrote about sort of recently. It isn’t a new entry, but it’s kind of new. He was actually sent your site through someone else because you had mentioned him and the other person saw it. He was shell shocked by the way you described your attraction to him. He is straight, but it was something he never thought he would read from a man. The comment section was just as vulgar. I found it quite amusing that he would react that way, which made me become a fan even more. He doesn’t understand the “roles” in gay society, or the ones you use on your site, so he thinks any man is trying to rape him. The question I am asking today is how do you feel about the athletes and celebrity men you write about feeling uncomfortable? If my friend was able to see your site by someone passing it on to him, who knows how many others have read your work. You know that in this homophobic arena of sports, they may not take too kindly to what you have to say.
Thank you for your time.
this is for the after valentine’s day crowd.
an f-bi just sent this to me and i had to post this comedy…
have you ever met a person….
maybe very uncomfortable around you.
maybe didn’t like being around you.
very homophobic around other people.
if they saw a gay person walk by,
they always made an effort to talk shit.
maybe even you.
don’t be scared to admit.
you are not even “out” or “feminine.
you could be quiet, have an aura about you, or even just be different.
all foxes are.
but they just don’t want to be around you.
you did nothing to them to understand all the hate or even judgement.
why would anyone not like you?
so my question is…