straight isn't.



more one-hitters...
...of being known as or called 'gay'
...of being known as or called 'gay'
if she's there too it's still 'straight'
if she's there too it's still 'straight'
andy samburg in <em>i love you man</em>
andy samburg in i love you man
kurt cobain
kurt cobain
let's face it, it could have been wonderful
let's face it, it could have been wonderful
   

you can't see 'straight or gay'
you can't see 'straight or gay'
You can't see 'straight' and 'gay'
the “gay” guys on the right have sex with each other.
so do the guys on the left.
the big difference isn’t what's happening sexually.
the big difference is that the guys on the right are “open” about their sexuality, and romantic interests,
and the guys on the left keep it a secret. from mom, their family, their girlfriends, people at work, people at school.
The guys on the left appear one way, and the guys on the right appear another way.
even though when it comes to what the words “straight” and “gay” supposedly refer to (sex),
they do the same things.
what we can see is only how people act, dress, and talk, like a performance.
...we can’t see what people desire. and maybe those desires are acted upon, and maybe they're not.
the big difference is whether he wears it on his sleeve or not.
so when we see the guys on the right, we recognize it. We assume they're gay. “That’s what gay guys look like.” They have sex with each other.
...and when we see the guys on the left, we recognize it. We assume they’re straight. Because they “look straight.” They play ball and get drunk with each other and chase girls.
and maybe they do. they like other things too. yes, they look “straight.”
fantastic, well done.
but they aren’t. straight isn’t;
the words don’t work.
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