Queerty is better as a member
My not yet legal husband and I are 7 months away from our 25th year but there is no disparity in age or financial standing…Having an equal footing and no outrageous expectations really helps…Monogamy may not work for everyone, but it has not hurt us one bit…Having children is cool but personally I like my dog better. Maybe in my next life if we get one…Celebrity relationships seem to create more conflict than cooperation.
So sad about Sharon and Alaska. Who gets to keep the meth?
@AuntieChrist: That’s nice to hear. Similar to my story. He’s one year older and our birthdays are on the same day. Married once on valentine’s day, once on Halloween and our reception was on our birthday so we never have to worry about forgetting anniversaries. We’ve each made more than the other at different times and it’s never been a problem. It doesn’t matter whose account the bills come out of as long as they get paid. And it would be unheard of to have an affair though we’ve agreed that if we ever get the change to have sex with Brad Pitt all is forgiven.
@DShucking: That’s cute…It’s Scott Backula for me, Matt Bomer for him and we both agree on David Giuntoli from Grimm. As for Sharon and Alaska I’m sure they get their meth for free.
Oh? Have you done meth with them? Otherwise how could you know?
@Homophile: Oh yea baby, hard core drug use. Sharon Needles and I have been sharing needles for years slamming and jamming gacked and geeked torn and tweeked.
In the case of Sharon Needles & Alaska, when you announce the end of your relationship via press release, I guess you have arrived. In the case of Ellen & Anne, what’s the point of mentioning a relationship that ended 13yrs ago? Seems kinda desperate on Queety’s part. And BTW, I believe it was Anne who left Ellen And left her heart broken because she (Anne) decided that she wasen’t a lesbian after all. And I had to LOL about what was written about Nick and Calvin.
like Steven replied I’m amazed that people able to get paid $6571 in a few weeks on the internet. check this link right here now,… http://bit.do/fCKD
@DShucking: I was thinking the same damn thing. Although Sharon does look like a god damn tweaker Alaska looks more like an oxytocin smoking kinda Queen to me
@AuntieChrist: I too have wondered how these two could afford to maintain such a lavish drug filled lifestyle
I guess the kingdom wasn’t big enough for two queens. Best wishes to both.
My husband and I married in 2011 after 25 years together. He is 14 years older than I am and it has never been a problem for us… it’s been a problem for other people. In our case as well, both of us have more money than the other at some point, but it all goes into the household pool to pay the mortgage, bills, etc. We have friends that are couples that split everything down the middle, each paying half of all expenses. They even split the bills when going out for dinner. I feel thats more like roommates than partners.
Someone recently asked how we managed to stay together for so long when other gay relationships seem to fizzle quickly. I believe the answer was we had an open relationship from the very beginning. We were both aloud to “fool around” with other people as long as we were honest about it to each other. We’d go to adult bookstores together and find guys for three ways. HOWEVER, some things were off limits. Those particular experienes were only between us, never to be done with somebody outside our relationship. We never discussed this with our friends because most wouldn’t understand, but I beleive it’s what made us strong. There was no fear of one cheating on the other because we both knew the rules and followed them.
I love him with all my heart and thank him for 27 years of love. Rocky at some times, but love none the less.
@DShucking: HA…now that’s a riot! good one kitten :)http://getoffmydress.blogspot.com/2013/12/ho-ho-hold-up-minute.html
my partner and i will celebrate our 28th anniversary next may. we’re in oklahoma and even though its very unlikely that we’ll live long enough to see same sex marriages legalized in oklahoma, there are several gay/lesbian couples who have gotten married. of course, at this time these marriages aren’t recognized by the state and its probably very unlike they ever will be, but the couples are married
whether the state recognizes them or not.
i think if a state thats literally ruled by religion such as utah
can legalize gay marriage, then why can’t the rest of this country?
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