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Our Gay Agenda

Our Gay Agenda

Terah and I, who are partners, wanted to shed some light on our own “Gay Agenda”. I Dig Your Girlfriend is a non partisan website, as we have many writers with varying views and opinions, and we want to assure people that the “Gay Agenda” is truly nothing to fear.

Our Gay Agenda on an Average Day:

  • 6:00 am: Alarm goes off. Lucky if you have had a full night of sleep & 3 year old hasn’t jumped on you yet to “MAKE ME WAFFLES”
  • 7:45-8:10 am: Get out the door with kid-in-tow, don’t forget her lunch & permission slip for field trip, drop her off at playschool
  • 8:30 am: Arrive at work.
  • Noon: Watch last night’s episode of Rachel Maddow.
  • 5:00 pm: Leave work. Pick up partner & head to kid’s playschool.
  • 5:15 pm: Arrive at kid’s playschool. Look at all the arts & crafts she has done; find her lunch bag … she always loses her lunch bag.
  • 5:30 pm: Get home. Start supper.
  • 6:00 pm: Sit down at the dinner table. Family eats dinner & talks about our day.
  • 7:00 pm: Get kid into the tub.
  • 7:30 pm: Begin bedtime & story routine with kid.
  • 8:00 – 8:30 pm: Finally getting kid to settle down and sleep.
  • 8:35 pm: Damn! Missed Rachel Maddow AGAIN. Must try to stay awake for later replay .
  • 9:00 pm: Pay some bills, prep lunches for tomorrow. Where is kid’s lunch bag?!?
  • 9:30 pm: FINALLY sit down, have a glass of wine, do crossword puzzle.
  • 10:00 pm: Damn, too tired for Rachel Maddow – will catch up during lunch tomorrow.
7 replies to this post
  1. Ha! Love this, so true! Our big gay agenda as a male married couple is two jobs, two dogs, one mortgage, shovelling snow, figuring out what the hell to have for dinner, and getting thru each day like every other married couple…

  2. OMG your gay agenda is almost identical to my straight agenda! 😉 Love is love no matter your sexuality, when are people going to understand and accept this?!

  3. To all thumbers: a dose of cinomg medicine the deficit bubble is us, and the assumptions of entitlement. Too many citizens live a life they have not earned, and are not willing to earn. Indeed, much of our present fiscal woe derives from two phases of human existence that are entirely the invention of the modern world. Once upon a time, you were a kid till you were 13 or so; then you worked; then you died. The bit between childhood and death has been chewed away at both ends. We invented something called adolescence that now extends not merely through the teenage years but through a desultory half-decade of Whatever Studies at Complacent University until you’re 26, and no longer eligible for coverage on your parents’ health insurance. At the other end of the spectrum, we introduced something called retirement that, in the space of two generations, has led to the presumption that able-bodied citizens are entitled to spend the last couple of decades, or one third of their adult lives, as a long paid holiday weekend.Look around. . .the late 20th century lifestyle isn’t going to be here much longer. In a few years’ time, our children will look at old TV commercials showing retirees dancing, golfing, cruising away their sixties and seventies, and wondering what alternative universe that came from. In turn, their children will be amazed to discover that in the early 21st century we thought it entirely normal that vast swathes of the citizenry should while away their youth enjoying what in the 19th Century, a mere hundred years earlier, would have been the leisure varsity of a Grand Duke’s younger son.

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