Gay Stuff

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Non-Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic


To be gay is either a bad thing or a good one depending on your opinion. However, legal or not, there is a way husband and wife marriage is more impressive than same sex partnership. It’s always easy for a guy to do “guyish” with another man whether it’d be the smells of burps or farts, laying around sometimes watching entertainment as tv channels, or admiring each other’s fully hairy legs, arms, and bodies. Vice versa for women who can simply relate to one another by painting their own or buddy’s nails while combining their friend’s hair, usually talking A LOT, or talking about their b-r-a sizes and looks. When a guy gets along splendidly with a girl and other way around through friendship, dating and marriage, it is positively amazing they were able to withstand major differences. Such as opposite gender qualities, personalities, and problems from figuring how to run a home with likely at least one newborn to the final health concerns. This is especially miraculous when that commitment lasts for several decades until their death, would have their opposite sex partnership accomplishments on the brains to make them feel proud of everything about themselves. Helpful for anyone against gay rights or a friendly suggestion for those all for it and making them sure they’re 110 % sure gayness is the right path for them.


Submitted: December 21, 2020

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Bert Broomberg

This is an interesting read, but there seem to be a couple of problems. A phrase is missing from the end of the first line. Moreover, I am afraid I can't figure out what your actual message is in this particular part: "When a guy ... about themselves." I have read this part several times, but I remain in the dark about the point you are trying to make. Perhaps a solution could be to rewrite this part and split it into several shorter sentences.

Mon, December 21st, 2020 4:28pm

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Yes.

Mon, December 21st, 2020 4:06pm

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