Moral of the story is: if you're being fondled by random gays, that chick you thought you were having a hot date with probably set you up and sent you to the wrong bar.
So we're walking in the mall in Greensboro, NC and this group of redneck kids (by kids I mean early 20's like we were) are all standing around and this big one comes over to us and says to Jason, "Dude...you have both you're ears pierced."
Jason says, "Yeah, and?"
The redneck says, "Doesn't that make you a faggot or something?"
At this point, Mr. J Allman is thinking there's about to be trouble in the mall if I don't pull Jason away. That's when I hear Jason say:
"Okay stop. First of all, the correct term is gay or homosexual. But no, to answer your question, having both my ears pierced does not make me gay or homosexual..."
At this point, I prematurely sigh thinking its gonna end ok. Then I hear....
"...But the fact that I like sucking his dick does make me gay or homosexual. And unless you're cruising for a piece of ass, I suggest you run back over to your little girlfriend before you have to go back and tell her you got your ass whipped by a faggot. A little faggot at that."
Funny thing was, the big redneck just went slack jawed and walked away like he couldn't believe what he had just heard.
Other than it would just be annoying I'd "commit" to having done many crimes on this forum. Assault. Aggravated assault. Destruction of private property. Drug usage. Public intoxication.
I made it an public poll so people couldn't play with it to try to make a false point. If a person harasses gays in public they certainly wouldn't have a problem doing so without giving their real name or any details such as victim's name etc on a forum. Minimally we're seeing that gays have a safe haven here.
Jallers one of the funniest thing that happened to me relates to my post re the Lesbian with the broken glass.
Years ago a friend of mine who owned a very prestigious night club in the UK decided to have a Gay night( he was the first to have a gay night in a straight club in the area) and he asked me to provide a couple of "sensitive" doormen.
We sat in his office having a chat, he called me around to his side of the desk to look at a monitor that showed the door, about a total of 8 guys who I recognized from other clubs as the straight player types came in.
I gave it 30 mins( I really thought they had come to cause trouble) and stood in a prominent part of the club by the dance floor that six were on dancing, when they came off the dance floor they saw me and walked out of the club.
I met a few of them later, they claimed they did not know it was a gay night.
Mersyside was very homophobic then