Being gay is all about sex.
Is it really? Because if so, I’ve been missing out, lol.
But seriously, being gay is not all about sex. In fact, heterosexual people seem to be more fascinated with what we’re doing in the bedroom more than our fascination with their sex lives.
I always tell people who try to accuse gays of being nymphomaniacs, that if I was in an accident today and couldn’t physically have sex any more, I’d still be a lesbian. Why? Because I am attracted to women and not just physically.
It’s an easy and often used criticism that is leveled onto the gay community unfairly.
Relationships between LGBT people are very similar to that of heterosexual people. Just like heterosexuals go out on the first date and get "jiggy with it," gays do the same. We have long relationships, we have short relationships. We deal with the same issues that heterosexual couples face including infidelity. We have our ups and our downs. We get dumped for being fat. We get dumped for a sexier partner. We stay together for 5 days, weeks, months, and years. Some of us even stay together for life, just like heterosexual couples do. Our sex lives are what we make it and we’re not the only ones in the sex shops if you know what I mean.
At the end of the day, gays and straights are both having sex, just not with each other hopefully, so don’t believe the hype!
Got a gay myth you need to know the truth about, hit me up and I’ll do my best.