1. Does not the real means we talk declare that the label “gay” does indeed carry implications for identification? “I’m homosexual” is not the only method of placing it.
There’re more perspicuous claims of identity (“i will be a homosexual”, “Gay–it’s exactly just what we am”), which carry particular implications of permanence or immutability (“I happened to be created this way”, I feel toward other men”, “I’ll always be (a) homosexual”)“ I can’t change the way. That isn’t just language befitting acute cases of intercourse addiction or condition (like John Paulk’s). Continue reading “Great post, Ron. Some ideas (apologies beforehand when it comes to length):”