I'm not trying to throw shade, but to tell you the truth, I don't read the vast majority of your posts. You're kind of like Rock Hudson in that you guys go on and on; saying the same old stuff. You guys just don't have any original material.<quoted text>
What's you gaydar say about me fruity tooty? Am I gay like you?
All I know is that the only queens I knew who lived down in the Union City/Fremont area were those guys who had paired up with a partner and wanted a house, but couldn't afford one in the city.
They wanted to be close enough to San Francisco to still bask in its glow.
But you do live close enough that you could go into SF, get your "gay fix" and leave without getting clocked.
So, as to whether you're gay or bisexual; I don't know. I don't spend much time thinking about it. THAT'S an issue that you need to work out yourself.
I, personally, couldn't imagine living that far south of the city. I worked at Washington Hospital for a few years. It was a nice enough place, but the commute was hell. I spent hours on 880 or 101 depending on the traffic report. Sometimes I took BART, but I hated taking MUNI to BART, so I usually just drove.
Plus, it's just too damn hot in the summer down there. Give me that cold, mysterious San Francisco fog any day of the week.