Thursday, August 14, 2014

Season 2 - Theme 11 - Gay

From @elwingt: 

Kapil sat at the airport gate, feeling heart sick. He knew he could never return to India. He was choked up with tears of anger and true loss.

But he was going to his future. To Ashok, who would mean love, joy, freedom and even a marriage license! The American dream would soon be his.

From @WickdWeirdWitch: 

A lover-in-the-closet, but a wife & a kid as well.
Happy days with colleague-cum-lover but guilty nights at the sight of the family.
Wife found nude pics of his lover on his phone.
Confrontation. Confession. Divorce.
The planted ruse totally worked. He was happy & gay, bubbling with joy and gaiety! 
He was finally free!

From @uditvashisht: 

Walking down the lane, he wiped his wet eyes. His heart was pounding, he was once again humiliated for being so called stigma to the society.

“Why? Why am I traumatised for being myself? I am not a criminal. For God sake, give me atleast one moment to be gay for being gay!” he sobbed.

From @gauravjagwani: 

He was always picked on in school for no fault of his. It was the same thing everyday. He still maintained his innocence. That day, he decided to speak back to the bully. 'Haha! Your dad is gay,' said the bully. Innocently, he replied, 'Which dad?' The bully hugged him. He still doesn't know why.

From @ashishshukul: 

I expected something special. After all, it was my 16th birthday. A blueberry cheesecake. The new Xbox 360. Maybe a treat at the exclusive diner.

He gave me the truth. It was his boyfriend, not mom, who died when I was an infant. And their love had lived on, in me, their only surrogate son.

From @thenesseffect: 

They cuddled up in silence, Sheila kissing and caressing her sooo sensuously… The closet door suddenly flew open, and the ‘matron’ found Radha sitting there in her underwear. “Why’re you here again? You look like you’ve given yourself an orgasm!” she said disgustedly, “Come out. Wear this dress. Mr.Khanna has specifically asked for you tonight.”

From @roshd: 

Andy was from HQ, Germany but was super cool. So unlike the usual Germans we were used to. Maybe his US upbringing had something to do with it.
“ Betcha everyone at HQ just loves him” I said.
“But he’s gay”, the Indian HR head whispered to me.
“I have a cold.”
“What’s the connection?”

From @vishalshriyan:

377. It had been his favourite number when the Delhi High Court painted it in rainbow colours. But now the Supreme Court had stripped all the colours away. Cloaked it in black and white stripes again. Prison colours, he mused. How ironic that the right to be happy had been snatched from those called gay.

From @_souringpie: 

There was an awkward silence, everyone being aghast. After ten frantic minutes, the frustrated manager berated, "Really? Nobody amongst you eight can express your view on whether being Gay is immoral? Well, if you hesitate to speak on such crucial, fundamental issue, burn those useless MBA degrees. We don't need such narrow-minded, stereotyped idiots here."

From @tweettabulous: 

He's the epitome of handsomeness. Those gorgeous blue eyes. That sexy smile. Those perfectly sculpted abs. That tight butt. Those shapely legs. 
That strong and broad chest. Those firm hands. That mane. Those brilliant acting and dancing skills. 
That Greek-God... Matt Bomer, I lust for! 
Oh good lord why couldn't you have made me gay?

From @aseemrastogi2: 

Whether it was his persona or sexual orientation, he was used to being ridiculed by all and sundry. Almost everyone he knew never understood his feelings and thought process. But Ricky was different. His empathy and understanding nature won him over in an instant. He felt a sense of peace and security in his arms. 

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