A lonely gay
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I would have started writing this piece earlier, but the tendonitis in my right foot sent me to the doctor scrambling for relief. My body, that instrument that, once upon a time, introduced itself before I did, is falling apart. Happens to anyone whose name is not Cher. If you are gay, single, and childless, as I am, the future is as unpredictable today as the present was a couple of decades ago. Most something gay men I know are married, and a huge percentage have children. Or, the alternative: You must not want a partner, children, a house.
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