The only 'normal' is a washing machine cycle
As for married men - my best gay friend has had so many 'affairs' with married men he's lost count. Luckily (well actually I wouldn't care in the slightest) he doesn't fancy the housemate at all so that's a) laid to rest. It's just like being straight, one girls Brad Pitt is another's Quasimodo - you don't fancy everyone just because they're the right gender for your tastes. We're actually Dave's best friends so far as going on 'normal' holidays are concerned, because he feels 'safe' in that any other supposedly 'straight' blokes 'giving him the eye', and I can confirm they really do, assume he's with Pete and I'm their 'cover'.
I tell you I'd far rather go shopping or on a girlie night out with Dave than most women friends as there's more laughs and any bitching is all mutual!
A normal man who has sex with a gay one is bi-sexual or not 'out' even to himself. Old gay joke - 'What's the difference between a straight bloke and a bi-sexual? In my experience darling about 9 pints of beer.' (classify beer as lager if it helps any outraged heteros reading this
) and a pronouncement on married men who consider themselves straight but regularly sleep with blokes...
Tom Farrell - Gimme, Gimme, Gimme wrote:You're so far back in the closet you're in f*cking Narnia!
... if they become impotent as a result it's their own
sense of shame at being 'weak' and inability to cope with the knowledge that they're, in their own eyes, freaks or morally decadent that makes them violent and usually that's directed at themselves and not at other people. In fact I'd go so far as to say that documentary is a textbook example of why people get so screwed up over their sexual identities and inclinations because they're made to feel they're dirty and irredeemably warped at the stigma assigned by such stupid and inhumane attitudes.