O my God, You made me gay!Soap and suds, standing in the tub. Rub, a dub, dub but it’s not good enough. What now? Scrub, scrub, scrub. No one knew and no one needed too. They didn’t know all that she felt. Gay pride seemed to be the hand she was dealt.She relaxed into the reasoning “He made me gay,” a joyful shock beaming from her face. Mirror, mirror, on the wall; she stared into it standing tall. Tears began to stream like water falls. Where was this coming from? This wasn’t her dream come true. This wasn’t something she ever wanted to do! She closed her eyes, trying to think them dry. There it was again that voice “He made me gay” she agreed “O my God, You made me gay; yes that’s why things turned out this way.”Turned out this way but what would her husband say? What then of love and male attraction? Perhaps bi-sexual could divide her desires up like a fraction. *Note to reader some sexually graphic and perhaps disturbing content included in the actual book.
Genre: Fiction, Drama, Gay & Lesbian, Drama & Poetry, Poetry, Drama & Criticism
Size: 18 pages
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