aren’t they scary?
i know for some of us,
the thought of telling them we like men makes you break out in hives.
after watching that episode of “being mary jane” last night,
i did not see that twist coming…
mary jane’s best gay friend,
did not want his parents to know that he is gay.
that and playing in the snow.
so what he did?
he used mary jane to be his beard.
sounds like a familiar tale.
well what he didn’t realize is his mama knew.
first of all,
if they were “so in love”,
why hasn’t he married her?
well that’s dumb because evelyn lozada was engaged for 50-11 years.
his mother urged him to admit he was gay,
but it was his father that surprised us.
he didn’t know his son was gay,
and he was indeed homophobic,
but he wanted to know his son was in the life.
he said something along the lines of:
i mean lets face it.
our parents know.
i think my mama knew,
but she was better left in the dark.
my father may not have taken it so kindly.
they were high key homophobic.
welp they know now!
watching me get my back blown…
on more than a few occasions…
must have been a great experience from heaven.
in watching the episode last night,
i had to wonder if coming out to your parents isn’t as scary as it looks?
or is “staying in” better in keeping the peace until its time for you to bounce?
sometimes its easier to admit once you have left their den.
they can break and tear up all their own shit.
you can go home.
unless you are d/l and married to a vixen,
most of us are single,
and have been single for a very long time.
that vixen we bring around…
yeah they know its just your friend.
your 110% platonic friend.
you can try and fool the world but…
Can you really fool your parents?
Even being masculine or down low?
watch episode: here