Should I use my blog to tell you of something I am proud?
(inner Voice:) No, no, that would seem like bragging.
(other inner voice:) Do it, do it, yes tell everyone what you did.
Perhaps it would be wrong of me, but damn it, it's my blog and I'll brag if I want to.
(inner voice:) don't say 'brag.'
What should I say then?
(other inner voice:) tell them you want to ....pst, pst whisper whisper
Okay so I want to share the following little story with you all.
In effort to be in the face of all who need me to be out and in their faces, I recently made a post on YouTube in the comments section of a posting of Rachmaninoff's 2nd piano concerto. Here is the finale.
I have chosen a different version (from the one I commented on,) for this post, but the experience is the same except for the pianist's hair. Following are the comments between myself and two people who replied. All was well until I wanted to let people know I was gay in an open YouTube comment section.
Should I have done that? Well I consulted the inner voices and they actually agreed I should do it, so I did.
Here are the comments:
So far I have not received any further comments. Maybe the shock that they wrote to a gay man was too much for them.
I'll keep y'all advised.
(inner voice:) should I ring 911?
(other inner voice:) no, call a defence lawyer.