Saturday, November 19, 2005

In the wee small hours bisexuality kicks in

I got aggravated.

By P2P passwords.

Why oh Why?

They even have whole forums just for password retrieval.


I am aggravated.

By the fact that I haven't got a solid opinion still about gay couples marrying legally on 21 December. I mean, is this what I want to do? Is this what I would do ? I think that it is absolutely disgusting that if you have a same sex partner (and let's not even go into if you have more than one at the same time and are committed to both partners), you are discriminated against. You are. This much is fact. However, if you marry, is this not just so conservative and 'non gay'? Non radical?

I've just bit off my last nail with all this angst.

I want to know what I think. Without uncertainty.

But I don't know.

There are so many same sex partners that have been together for zillions of years including my man Elton John, and all respect goes to him and others. It just doesn't feel right to me. (the marriage bit, not being together for zillions) . If I was gay, I know I would feel stupid walking down the aisle in a white dress (for more than one reason let me tell you) and my partner for life dressed the same as me. Believe me I have seen the pictures.

'Sitting on the fence' is what some people say bisexuals are.

Well we are not.

We are just In Between Jobs.

1 comment:

Stef said...

My boss is getting his civil partnership thingy on the 21st.

His main reasoning is the next of kin thing. Some of his quite wealthy friends had to pay huge amounts of inheritance tax to 'inherit' the house they'd lived in and helped pay for for decades...

It might not solve all the inequities in life but it's a step in the right direction.

I can totally see why a lot of gay couples would chose to do this but I could also see why a lot wouldn't. A lot of straight couples chose not to marry.