two of my biggest fears growing up:
People looking at me when I walked into a room
People asking, assuming, or talking about me being gay
both things usually synergized with each other.
people have this obsession with others’ sexuality.
some are bold af too!
they’ll literally ask you if you’re gay in front of people.
don’t even pull you to the side to ask.
some do use it as a way to embarrass someone.
I hate when loudmouth gays do it.
even though joe budden has his problematic moments,
i enjoyed how he handled a jackal trying to embarrass him.
mark hoffa wanted joey to clarify his alleged bisexuality.
this is how he ended up checking mark hoffa…
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if only i knew how to do that when i was growing up!!!!
you could TELL i was so uncomfortable within myself.
i made myself such a target.
if anyone boldly asks me about my sexuality:
you are trying to fuck me?”
“NO I’M JUST ASKING!?!”
“Is that it?
Only people that ask if I’m gay are trying to fuck…”
it’s always the ugliest pineapples asking too.
it’s never someone i’d consider giving my foxhole to.
the cute ones are usually intimidated by me.
i loved how joeykins handled that tho.
take a page from joey.
if i could tell my younger self how to handle those questions,
i would have told him to always turn the question back to the asshole.
Ain’t no fun when the fox got the gun.
lowkey: i love when he asked,
“are you asking who i like to fuck?”
that voice of his…