My best friend and I had something going on for a short while, but this best friend was a guy. We ain’t gay. I was his first and he was my first; just two normal guys having fun and it happened. But I really like girls and I am currently in a relationship but don’t know how to tell my girlfriend, the woman I want to be in my life.
I was cheating on her with my same gender for three months. But I am feeling if we break up she will tell the whole of St. Lucia that I had sexual activities with a guy. Please what should I do Willie?
Dear Sir: At first I had to rub my eyes twice and asked myself what the *** am I reading? Is this a joke or something?
You claimed you and another male took each other’s virginity and you had been cheating on your girlfriend with a male for three months. And you’re not gay? I would love to smoke what you’re smoking. Seriously.
OK let me tell you what’s happening here: YOU’RE GAY! And no, it’s not an accusation. You’re gay. And it’s not passing judgment on you, but you’re gay. If you’re not 100% gay, you’re bisexual.
Let me address the issue now. If you don’t trust her, do not tell her because she WILL definitely tell the whole of St. Lucia. You know the females here already: when you and them fall out, they will tear you apart by whatever means necessary, including using their mouth. Yea, I don’t care what the females reading this think. They can blast me for eternity, the truth is the truth. Ya’ll are vindictive and spiteful.
Keep your mouth shut son.
And on another note, you’re 17 and talking about the woman you want to be in your life? Did you pass any CXC subjects dude? Are you working or furthering your studies? You’re here talking about anal pleasure and relationships. Come on, get a grip.
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