On the one hand I do think it's good that all this nonsense about gay men being so different from straight men seems to be slowly dying out. Where am I going with this? These labels make finding sex partners easier. It's weird that gay tops have it so easy and bottoms, who share women's traditional submissive role, have to fight it out to get the man. It's funny actually to see them fret over masculine attributes, as if they are the only attributes a male should posses.
Dr Seltzer, what are your thoughts on my situation?
I am not flamboyant, I don't care about competing for most masculine man status, but I have many female qualities. Despite being usually objective scientists, we have a sentimental streak, and we have spent the last few days reminiscing about the crazy, and often funny, science we have highlighted. BTW, you will also find that gay men and lesbian, although both homosexual, have few similarities, psychologically. Bottoming is usually not extremely fun on its first attempts.
Between those two hurdles forgive me falls gay life.