Being married to a gay man has been a gilded cage. All relationships have rules, but sometimes those rules get broken. All tongue and cheek aside, one's decision to enter into a heteronormative marriage, all in the name of "doing the right thing" based on someone else's "normal," is still an annoying, pebble in societies shoe. My experience was more like a drag queen; I played a straight guy, who was really a gay guy, pretending not to be gay, all without makeup, or costumes to make the illusion work for a long, long, time. Updated June 13, In the end, one way or another, almost all men who reach out to the group end up coming out.
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