First Published: 3rd of July, 2022Last updated: July 3, 2022 at 7:53 am
For some time, when I was the receptionist of a five-star hotel, I worked along with a gay man. He was the hotel’s chef. Incidentally, lots of chefs are gay, but definitely not all. But what I figure is that gay men tend to pursue a cooking career because of their inherent feminine tendencies, and also perhaps because they heard that, “the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach.” Lol by the way.
At first, Mr. Gay Chef took a natural liking to me. Most obviously, he was trying to get it on with me. And most naturally, I ignored and resisted his efforts – in a very respectful manner of course. I’ve learnt that we must respect the gayness of gay people, and their lifestyles, because they didn’t choose to be gay – most of the time. I was told it has something to do with a mix up of the X and Y chromosomes or something like that at birth.
Nevertheless, coming back to the topic, Mr. Gay Chef got angry at me for not falling for him. What else did you expect? But having great people skills, I still managed to maintain a cordial relationship with Mr. Gay Chef. Sometimes, we would chat, and during those conversations, he gave me great insights into how the mind of a gay man works. By talking to him, I learned something worrying: gay men are always trying to recruit non-gay men into the gaydom, or should I say, gaydumb?
During one conversation, Mr. Gay Chef told me that gay men are not attracted to other gay men. Prior to that conversation, I had thought that gay people stuck to themselves and had relationships and intercourse within their circles, and that that made them happy. But that’s not entirely the case. Gay men are always trying to recruit non-gay men, and that’s a serious problem for society and the world at large.
You see, what Mr. Gay Chef explained to me that day is that gay men are not attracted to other gay men. They are attracted to men with full masculinity. In other words, they have the full sentiments and emotions of a woman. So while I thought that gay men would be content to look within the circles of other gay men for a partner, it was quite the opposite. You see, being gay is sort of like being a woman trapped in a man’s body. And that’s why so many of them take surgical operations to put on women’s body parts – transforming themselves into what is referred to as “trans women.”
I’ve learned to respect all people, and the lifestyle choices of all people. But what I have a problem with is the strong recruit drive. Gay men, especially those with money and power, will unfortunately waft a lot of straight boys into their world of sexual perversion. And frankly speaking, I think that’s tragic.
The month of June has been designated “gay pride month.” By whom, I don’t know. But I think it’s worrying that a bunch of sexual perverts can take ownership of the rainbow and a whole month. Listen, I respect and love all people. And I understand we must respect the personal sexual preferences of all people. But at the same time, these people must also respect the sexual preferences of others, and not try to impose their sexuality on the life of others – a scenario that is virtually impossible given what I explained above.