I know that many of you boy-lovers do not associate yourselves with the gay community. That many of you feel being gay is completely different from being attracted to pre-pubescent boys.
I think that we’re just afraid of the word “gay” and that too many stereotypes are associated with the word. The word comes with other feminine labels and a categorized lifestyle that we can’t relate to. Instead, we feel that it shadows our masculinity.
I wish that weren’t the case. I wish being “gay” could be seen as a spectrum – with different types of gay. Like the rainbow the pride represents. And that our attraction to boys are just one type of many. Then again, I wish that my attraction to young boys were socially acceptable, but that will never happen either.
I wish I could run through the streets and shout about how proud I am to be attracted to young boys. And that people will look at me without questioning my masculinity – if only they would realize that I love being a boy so much, that I love boys too. Instead, I’ll take it to my grave.
But I choose not to be morbid and bitter. I choose to be happy. The little we can do is support and be proud of the gay community because, deny it or not, we are in some convoluted way still a part of it. A huge chunk of the gay community is just like us. And, trust me, the world’s acceptance of it is one step closer to the acceptance of ours’.
Here’s a video to celebrate the recent legalization of same-sex marriage in the US. This video is going viral at the moment. It’s of a 9-year old boy twerking at a gay pride, and its adorable.
(P.S. Everyone secretly know that young boys are the most beautiful creatures of them all. Only a brave few admit it.)