Now, im not a 'book' person. In fact, going out cycling or brisk walking or any kind of exercise gets me very excited. But when i was in New York, i picked up a book in Barnes and Noble from the Ex-Governor of New Jersey titled 'The Confession'. Strangely i have been unable to put the book down. To sum up, the book is about the ex-governor who led a 'straight life' getting married twice to a woman, having two kids and then he decided to 'come out'. Im not at the end of the book yet so i cannot comment on how it finishes but im finding it so damn interesting.
Now, for many reasons, there are men out there who do lead straight lives with women but they are gay. For many reasons they do not want to come out or cannot find the courage or for whatever reason. My respect goes to these guys in many ways because I cannot imagine the heartache they feel and how limited their sense of freedom they must feel. Hence, they deal with things in their own way. Also my respect goes to those guys who decide at age 15 that they want to come out and live totally OUT lives. They may get abused, respected or shunned for their right to live as they want.
The essence of what im trying to get at i suppose is that whatever lifestyle someone leads, it is their choice and who has the right to decide whether something is right or wrong for someone else? I guess that my philosophy is that i dont judge ANYONE. Believe me i have met what other people would say are pretty fucked up people for whatever reason but i have TRYED not to judge. It aint easy. All that i would like to say to politicians and religious people who think that it is their perogative to judge is that to look at themselves first and then once everyother person in the world finds you perfect, THEN YOU CAN JUDGE.
Phew thats a philosophical Post today.
Have a hot sexy wild christmas....Woof!kev.in.real.time