Aieee...GAWDZ! South Carolina, 19 years old, Closet case and a Live-in Fag Hag. Put them all together and you've got Honey Boo Boo on Crack. Be still my aching ueterus - another one has slipped my clutches and ended up in a world of sh*t. Alright, che' - send me your address and I'll send you a ticket. Once you get to Kansas City Mommie Dammit will fill you in on all the reasons why you're f*cked in the head, and then we can spend the next three years cleaning up the mess you've made in both your lives along with the mess between your ears. You'd have been better off joining the Marines, little boy.
Posted by: DannyEastVillage | Dec 19, 2012 6:44:18 AM
the kindest thing you can do is let her know that "it isn't her," that there's nothing wrong with her that makes you want out of the marriage except the fact that she's--a she.
but I think she's known a long time and is just waiting for you to be able to tell her.
Posted by: DannyEastVillage | Dec 19, 2012 6:50:32 AM
the comments here are among the funniest i've ever read!!!
Posted by: dattexas | Dec 19, 2012 7:54:31 AM
They both need therapy to learn how to get on with their individual lives.
And yes, she didn't know he was gay?
Posted by: Jack M | Dec 19, 2012 8:51:41 AM
They lived together for a year before getting married but he somehow thought that getting married would suddenly turn him straight? Sounds like he was listening to Michele Bachmann when she said "gay people can get married, they just can't marry someone of the same sex".
If this guy is for real he is majorly naive and immature. That said, he is just one more in a group of many who have, for whatever reason, chosen to ruin someone else's life because of their inability and unwillingness to deal honestly with the reality of their homosexuality.
Many religious people fail to see the damage that these phony marriages do and continue to perpetuate this myth that somehow a wedding band will suddenly change your sexual orientation.
Posted by: ThomT | Dec 19, 2012 9:52:24 AM
There is in our society way too much pressure put on men and women to marry. This kid here is one of thousands that are pressured every year! I worked 32 years in the steel industry, and saw it happen way too often!
Yes, people, there really are folks as clueless as this. He's 20, for heaven's sake -- a mere infant!! He met his wife while in high school, probably experimented with straight sex (ick. ick.) and thought he'd get used to it -- what is he likely to think when teachers, preachers, the media, and peers have told him what to expect for 18 years? His parents may be liberal, but they may also be conventional and uninformed about how to process a divorce. I think he's unfocused in his request -- he doesn't need advice on coming out, he needs advice in coordinating his divorce and move to Vermont. He may, also, need advice on how to find supportive friends to be there as he works through a rather difficult series of situations.