yehh, vogue canada the magazine/modelling agency. the canadian branch of Vogue.
i posted on a club a year ago to announce that i had got a modelling contract with them
if someone has sexuality issues, i take that to mean that they cant accept their sexuality or are confused about their sexuality, and when you point out that kind of major dilemma publically, it embarrasses people and alienates them. that is pretty basic logic.
unfortunately, you dont know me well, or at all really. i am sorry that your friends behave like i do because they have deep seated issues with either sexuality or with whatever else that is troubling them. I am blessed enough to have a pretty charmed life, so i act the way i do because i act the way i do.
Perhaps publicly was wrong but I had no idea you would take it THIS seriously.
so you honestly though that :
Its just like...every time I hear you talk, I just get more convinced you're struggling with either your self esteem or (more likely) your sexuality.
is something someone can brush off lightly?
tell that to any other member of the club. see how they react.
there are somethings that you cannot say and not expect a reaction - especially publically, and especially since you are the head of the club.
I think the most disappointing thing to me out of all this is even if you had these thoughts, rather than hitting me up on MSN or whatever just casually to try and get to know me better to see if you were right, it would have turned out one of two ways:
a) you were right, and we discuss my deep troubling issues
b) you were wrong. ah well, no harm done
who would it have helped for you to publically announce that a member is having sexuality issues? what would that have achieved?