So says the over-grown baby, with the easily offended sense of propriety. Personally, I don't give a rats ass if you "accuse", LOL, you have nothing better to use, than some false claptrap? Cool beans, and "snap", and , have an "around-the-world" to go with that...I love it. I love your lies. You may not think you do it, but even pretending to be as knowledgeable, skilled or prepared as you do are all forms of lying. Lying to yourself is a deep betrayal though, as if you spend a lot of time convincing yourself you're someone other than who you truly feel yourself to be inside, Continue, and life is going to be much tougher for you than it needs to be. Stopping the lies to yourself can be an enormously cathartic experience if you're willing to give it a go.Whoops! The so-called straights don't like to be accused of maybe having a little sugar in their tanks.
So, why do they hang out here? Why do they come back; time and time again?
It's like I used to tell Kimare...
Coming to a site where you KNOW you'll interact with gay men, over and over again is kind of like coming to an online gay bar--one where no one knows who you are.
Hell hath no fury like a closet case.(quote me on that)
And some of these bitches are showing A LOT of fury!
Sometimes, you know you're lying to yourself but the inner voice that's goading you to deceive yourself screams more loudly. Allow yourself the space to spot the lies you tell yourself by not beating yourself up over the discoveries you'll make and by making compacts with yourself to overcome the worst of this habit so that you can lead a more satisfying life. Using defensiveness, victimization, anger, intellectualizing or outrage as means to protect your vulnerability is a form of self deception. When you get on your high horse and claim that others are wounding you or not adhering to your point of view, you are lying to yourself because your reactions are defense mechanisms. Lies are often something we tell when we want to protect ourselves. The desire to protect is a response to something that you fear. The more you acknowledge your fears, the less you'll need to lie. It will probably take practice, but once you're alert to the need to be more self-truthful, you'll catch yourself when you lie to yourself and start stopping it from happening. Amazing things will happen as you are more truthful to yourself––you'll trust yourself more, you'll feel your self worth increase and you'll understand your limitations. You can do it, little peewee, I know you can. I have nothing, but the utmost faith in your abilities. You can be the little boofoo that CAN...