How Marriage Equality is Changing Dating

Imagine  a world where they told men and women to separate. Where they felt it was better for the protection and benefit of mankind if men and women lived in separate communities. What if they created laws forbidding men and women from even socializing unless it was in mandated government facilities for reproduction ONLY? What if, dating, intimacy (between the sexes) , and all types of things were criminalized based upon some past statistic of date rape, domestic abuse, divorce ratings? What do you think people would start doing? Do you think they would have sex in dark and dank places just to fulfill their urges? Who they sneak around corners and create secret clubs to socialize? OF COURSE THEY WOULD!

(you see how crazy people went over prohibition of alcohol and present questioning of marijauna)

Do you think those that were caught doing such acts would be punished by their personal community groups? This type of reality seems far-fetched and something built for fiction but that’s exactly what homosexual couples have been and some still go through.

Marriage equality seems to be changed what gay men in particular consider acceptable. Let’s be honest, lesbianism seems to be way more acceptable in America than two gay men ( however, lesbians have their own set of hurdles to overcome) . But for so many years two men who love each other can barely hold hands with out somebody accusing them of throwing their homosexuality down their throats. In reality, if I were to throw it down your throat I would just make your husband suck my.

well let’s just move on….

I believe marriage equality is changing the mentality of not only heterosexual people but also homosexual people on what’s actually possible in relationships. If you enter a relationship hopeless… most likely it will never go beyond sex. Now, gay men…more so younger gay men can envision a future with a partner (family) . I see now more guys asking more long-term questions besides how long is my d…

well let’s just move on…

I am hopeful for the future in America. The world is changing. We are living in a time where you can live your truth and still live along side with people who may live a different truth. Hey, but that’s okay. Gone are the days of witch burnings…I hope. I can be horribly optimistic at times. But for the men who are sexuality attracted to men, I am hopeful they finally … so many will find peace of mind of being who they are… and loving and living with who they want to be with and creating something… because that’s what being a man

is all about.

BLACK HISTORY: Homosexuality

There are those who will say that Africans never participated in homosexuality and that it was a European “invention” … another fallacy created by religious bigots. Homosexuality has always existed and different cultures approached sexuality differently. Abrahamic religions dealt with it one way while other religions may have not even brought the issue up.  Male sexuality being used as a mode of power over another was always seen as a negative for the one being submitted, but of course consensual male sexuality used as method of expressing love between each other is a good thing. Not much has changed.

I found an interesting blog about HOMOSEXUALITY in AFRICA by Alicia Banks be sure to check that out for another good read. We all too often hear such a one sided view of things as Mooreno people. Time to change that 😉

I think it’s important to not that people didn’t identify as “homosexual” in the fact that, just because someone has sexual activity with someone of the same sex that they were now labeled an unable to marry or have a relationship with someone of the opposite sex.

We don’t have to go back as far as Africa to find homosexuals in the Mooreno community.

All in all.. there is no “origin” to sexuality , it just is. For as long as there has been homosexuals there has been people who have not understood them or hated them. There has also been those that didn’t care at all “live and let live” .

As a culture you often time find African-Americans attracted to the church. There is a reason for this. African culture as well as other Native American cultures have seen homosexual men as a spiritual beacons. There is something to be said about a person is able to embrace both the masculine and feminine energy within oneself and relate to all people. When African American Moorenos can embrace their sexuality as a part of their spirituality and not despise it in exchange for spirituality then perhaps we will see a new awakening.

Finally I was told ignorantly by someone online that Homosexuals have not offered anything to society. For those that believe that lie… watch the video below of notable gay blacks in history.