Conversations with bi or gay/lesbian people are so fascinating. I mean, it's a perspective everyone is usually so afraid to explore, that it's completely new when you hear about it. My best friend Michael is gay and I met him during graveyard shift a couple of years ago; I was working at a gas station at night and he's a limo driver whose company gassed up at our station since their garage was half a block away from us. He and all the other drivers would come in for free donuts and coffee and I'd gotten to be pretty good friends with all of them, and then one day Michael told me he was gay and I never would have known that. I mean, I'm sure we all know the stereotypes about gays dressing the part or acting/speaking flamboyantly but he really threw me for a loop. He's really into knives and guns, his place is constantly a total mess, and he drives like a maniac (in a good way) so it was really refreshing becoming friends with him, I've learned a lot and I'm glad I'm more enlightened now about people and how they live their lives. I'm not gay and I've never do it with a man, but I'm not bothered by the idea of people doing that with each other, now that I understand that it's not a choice, it's something someone is born with. So now it makes me sick when people display such prejudice and ignorance about the subject. And come to think of it, the only people I've met who haven't been rude or nasty to me, were all gay people.