Month: October 2013 Page 1 of 2
Today is National Coming Out Day. According to Wikipedia:
National Coming Out Day (NCOD) is an internationally observed1 civil awareness day celebrating individuals who publicly identify as bisexual, gay, lesbian, transgender—coming out regarding one’s sexual orientation and/or gender identity being akin to a cultural rite of passage for LGBT people. The day is observed annually by members of the LGBT community and allies on October 11.
I am bisexual. I have known this for a very long time. Now you do too.
Also: happy weekend!
Making the word national rather reductive, but never mind… ↩
Conversation between me and kitanzi just now:
Me: Buffalo wings should have a crispy texture when you bite into them. Crispy skin, that is, no breading. Breaded wings are an abomination in the eyes of God.1
Her: I wasn’t aware God had an firm opinion on wings.
Me: God has an firm opinion on almost everything.
Her: Well, all sorts of people have an opinion about what God’s opinion of things is. That’s not the same thing.
Me: Ok, let me clarify. God – as I understand Him – has a very firm opinion on wings. And, when I say “God as I understand him”, what I mean is…..me.
Her: (offers high-five) Well, at least you’re honest.
I love my wife. We’re perfect for each other.
Trying to find buffalo wings in Seattle as good as my favourite place back in Atlanta is an ongoing quest. ↩