Dating in the closet


15-Sep-2016 16:51

I'm glad that you are proud of me but I don't want to lie any more.Being part of the Glee club and football has really shown me that I can be anything. Burt: Everyone knows these characters are gay except the characters themselves.We began to notice that the women who played hard to get, either deliberately or by accident, were the ones who got the guys, while the women who asked guys out or were too available were the ones who got dumped.We put two and two together, and wrote and wrote, and that’s how The Rules were born!This is, for some, an example of Truth in Television.While not the norm, this does happen in real life more often than most people would guess.A few Christian writers who champion LGBT rights in the church congratulated Melton on Twitter on Sunday night. Gilbert announced in September she was in a romantic relationship with her female best friend, just two months after divorcing over the summer.(Another Christian mom and blogger, Jen Hatmaker, came under fire last month for announcing her support of same-sex marriage for the first time.) [The high cost of popular evangelical Jen Hatmaker’s gay marriage comments] In the Facebook post, Melton admitted to her 645,000 followers that yes, it’s been a quick transition to new love. Both Melton and Gilbert, who had not openly been in lesbian relationships before, first shared their news on Facebook, discussed the importance of living their truth and referred to their new partners as “my person.” The similarities reflect what fans immediately notice: Both women value transparency and share an open-life-memoir writing style.

The blonde pair smiled together in a photo posted Sunday night on the Momastery blogger and mom of three’s Facebook page. She loves me for all the things I’ve always wanted to be loved for. My person,” wrote Melton, best known for her 2014 New York Times bestseller “Carry On, Warrior: The Power of Embracing Your Messy, Beautiful Life” and 2016 memoir “Love Warrior,” an Oprah Book Club pick.

Like most women our age, we were career-minded with our own apartments, but we also wanted to get married.