Painting and indoor activity this time of year changes my sleep pattern. This morning I came across the following article that is linked below.

I have stated on one of my other blog pages that I have always been heterosexual.  I have never engaged in, and I have never had a desire to engage in any kind of sex act with a man.  I am not homophobic. I also stated that there has never been any person, dead or alive, who I feel is worthy of me telling a lie to, about my sexuality and sexual behavior for all of my life.

Living in Los Angeles allowed me a sense of freedom.  I liked loose leg pants because of the freedom of movement and comfortability of the pants. My old friend Lenell who I met while living in Denver, would sometimes wear a pair of clogs.  I worked at the 1010 Wilshire in Los Angeles and would sometimes walk past a shoe store in downtown LA.  I came across a pair of the most rustic, attractive, clogs for a man.  But even in Los Angeles, I discovered that ignorant narrowed minded people inhabit all corners of the planet.  It’s just the nature of the human condition.  Have you ever taken time to consider all of the problems and trouble caused by ignorant, narrow-minded people? 

Don’t get me wrong, I realize that I am still ignorant to many things, but I try to be open minded to people who are different from me and whose lifestyles are different from mine.

One of the guys who lived with his family in the same trailer park where I briefly lived while in LA. was a black Muslim.  Once he made an off handed comment indirectly at me, ” cold blooded fag.”   That indoctrinated dude never ever saw me in the company of another man other than my father. The only people who visited me while living in the trailer park, were four or five different women.  But because I sometimes wore my clogs, to that fool, I was a fag.

Now, on toward the focus of this blog addition.  I, like every human being who ever lived, am/is ignorant to an unlimited and un-nameable number of things.


I have thought about human sexuality over the years and have come to the conclusion that the answers to my questions are obvious.  Human beings as individuals, are unique with unique mental and physical differences and preferences.  Still, I wonder what attracts one woman to another woman, sexually?  Frankly, I have never had such a conversation with women who are sexually attracted to another woman,


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Alicia Keys Reacts to Janet Jackson Admitting to Have a Crush on Her: ‘I Always Knew I Was Bae’

Vanessa Etienne – Yesterday 8:29 AM

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Alicia Keys is flattered by Janet Jackson‘s not-so-secret crush.

On Instagram Sunday, the 40-year-old “Underdog” singer posted a screenshot of an article from 2008 when Jackson, 55, revealed she had a crush on her. In an interview with E! Online, Jackson said that if she were to ever enter a lesbian relationship, it would be with Keys.

“I always knew I was BAE But when @janetjackson says it 💥💥💥💥,”  the 15-time Grammy winner captioned the snap.

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A number of celebrities quickly commented on the post, including actress Ariana DeBose, who wrote, “Well, hot dayumn!!!!!!! …. Where is the lie? Gorgeous gorgeous women. Yes.”

“Janet has great taste! ❤️❤️❤️” echoed Lachi.

Keys later responded to a follower who wrote that she must feel “validated” for Jackson’s comment.

“I kinda did feel some kind of way !!!! 👑👑👑,” she said.

The “Girl on Fire” singer then gave Jackson a shout out, promoting her Lifetime and A&E documentary Janet, adding, “Make sure you watch OUR Sis, THE ICON’s Doc 💯💯💯💯💯”

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Jackson’s documentary, which premiered over the weekend in a two-night Lifetime and A&E event, features the star in candid conversation about everything from her personal relationships to her professional triumphs. Its release commemorates the 40th anniversary celebration of the pop icon’s debut album.

Janet — which was more than “five years in the making” and featured “never before seen footage” — was announced in March 2020 and was filmed around the time of the death of her father, Joe Jackson, in June 2018.

In the new doc, the famously private star pulled back the curtain on her complicated relationships with her later father Joe and brother Michael, her ill-fated marriages to James DeBarge and René Elizondo Jr, and her infamous Super Bowl halftime show in 2004 with Justin Timberlake.

Janet is streaming on Hulu+ With Live TV.

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