It still fascinates me to this day that we still live in world where people still feel the need to justify their love with the rest of the world. Why is it that I am not expected to walk up to the world and announce that I am straight? Why do I need to tell the world who I love and why? I don't, because I am straight. We think that we are so advanced, the world's number one “super power”, but yet we still need to pry into the personal lives of those around us. I don't care if you are straight, gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, transitioning or what ever the hell you are. All I care about when I meet you is that you have the capability to love, and I wish the rest of the world could do the same and mind their own business.


Written by Basil Rene

I maintain two separate blogs. One is where I discuss my life with sarcoidosis and the other is, where as the name implies, I talk about food.


  1. I detest that seemingly everyone has become so hypersensitized about sexual preference that it is no longer just a regular habit to walk arm in arm with, or publicly hug someone of the same gender, whether males or female. This has been true since the late 1980s, and, at this point, and while knowing people – friends – who have been beaten, because of their presumed sexuality – I think the homosexual political community are largely culpable for making it an inescapable issue. Day in – day out, people are inundated with the subject of sexual preference. I believe that sensuality in all forms, not sexuality, scares the hell out of most people, and this is part of the reaction – not to mention the insanely sexually repressive society we live in. I am not immune to the fact that there have been too many deaths due to beatings. Unless I am interested in a sexual relationship with someone – and at this point — it is to laugh — shut up. Frankly, I no longer just what it is that people who are gay, transgender, trans.. pan… whatever – want. I appreciate the post.

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