Edit: I might consider gayifying myself - I can understand guys better than girls...Hilariously
it doesn't seem to work like that. Quite the contrary.
I'm married. Have been for nine years now. My love life is all one might expect from that.
When I say "married", I don't actually mean the whole civil partnership thing. We're married from the point of view of our religion, which is good enough for me. My husband is rather keen on the idea of getting a civil partnership, and in principle
I am not against this. However, he wants to do it big
, as our actual wedding was an intime
little affair attended only by us and a pair of witnesses. He wants tuxedos, best men, both of our families in attendance, a big reception, the works. Aside from the amount that it will cost (which gives me cold sweats just thinking about it), my family does not have a good track record when it comes to weddings. Somebody invariably ends up in hospital at some point. It also doesn't help that my parents haven't actually spoken to each other for the best part of a decade, and I fear putting them in the same room together, even if a hundred other people are present. I fear that they would make a Scene.
Frankly, I'd rather just spend the money on a week in Italy or something.
EDIT: Finlay, I tend to fancy straight men simply because they tend to be more my type. It's nothing to do with them actually being straight.
(NB Dewrad is behaving like an adult - a petty, sarcastic and uncharitable adult, admittedly, but none the less note the infinitely higher quality of flame)