Saturday, June 9, 2018

Rainbow Snippet for June 9th and 10th


I hope you are enjoying a pleasant June, the month filled with positive events to commemorate the 1969 Stonewall riots in Manhattan and boost awareness of LGBTQIA+ issues. I pray all attendees stay safe, have fun, and make a positive impact. This world needs to be safer and more loving toward everyone.

This Rainbow Snippet follows what I posted last week, fleshing out Joe’s unrepresented character. His bisexual girlfriend and her sometime female lover are enjoying the feigned acrimony between Joe and his roommate Nickolas. The latter’s lobbying has failed to get him a hookup with Joe, which the gals lament.

I hope you enjoy reading and will hop over to the Rainbow Snippets Facebook page for more. Be well!

Story:

Giving Samantha the gist of our exchange, I cracked up with her. Joe was no homophobe, playing matchmaker when he introduced one shy gay friend to his similarly oriented crush. Yet Joe made clear to Nickolas and us gals that he was ‘not ready to open that back door, so to speak’. Our guys were such clever, provocative linguists.

I hoped someday Joe would be willing to experiment. He had no idea what he was missing.

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#rainbowsnippets

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12 comments:

  1. Intriguing dynamic going on here between these characters! Love the last line! (heart)

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    1. Thank you! You've made a beautiful Sunday morning still brighter.

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  2. Ha, ha. Loved this - well done. :)

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  3. Fun snippet. Makes me want to know more about Joe.

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    1. Awesome! Thanks for brightening my day.

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  5. I really liked his thoughts on Joe.

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  6. "Crack open the back door" ... *snort* 😄

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  7. Not everyone is up for experimentation, and that's just fine. ;-)
    And can I just say that I adore your blog header... gives me all sorts of lovely feelings.

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  8. Great snippet! I'm curious to know if Joe will experiment some day ;)

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