A Very Homo No Mo Christmas

The holidays can be a drag. My all time worst and weirdest Christmas was spent at a residential ex-gay program in Memphis, TN where they attempted to de-gay me. Hair can be straightened. Gays? Not so much. In the midst of the bizarre rules, the gender realignment exercises and the mayhem of a bunch of gay guys living together trying not to be gay, we attempted to have Christmas. See for yourself what happened.



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  1. Leonardo Ricardo on December 17, 2009 at 11:31 am

    Ok, that´s it, I´ve bonded with you…has nothing to do with your ¨baby whipe¨ past, or your cute smile…it has to do with your ¨assertiveness¨…they were right, they stupidly complimented themselves out of business with you…imagine, that you, this creative and inspiring soul needed to be told by a gang of (God knows what deranged junta) that YOU are assertive…just how many pussies did they get in the place (actually, I don´t think I´ve every known anyone passive enough, who is Gay, even religious-Gay, that would have stayed for TWO YEARS…boy, tenacity is a wonderful thing (coupled with assertive).

    Happy Happy Yourself, all is well and I have your blog on my live feed…now, I twinkle a little more when I see your star appearing (did that sound Gay?).

    Love to you and yours,

    Leonardo Ricardo
    Central America

  2. Ahavia on December 18, 2009 at 1:14 am

    AHH! No banana bread. I make a great banana bread. But you don’t like banana bread any more. So sad, tramatized by that bad place.
    Love listening to you.

  3. sue on December 19, 2009 at 4:24 pm

    You PAID these people to treat you like this!

    Never mind – intimate wipes (gay) Europe ( gay) belgium chocolate ( oooh, very girly choice) banana bread ( was that the most macho you could get?)

    Didn’t you think of asking for a book about football ( in a deep voice) or a some girlie pics ( I am sooooooooo cured!) Then maybe they would’ve let you out sometimes…

    Only teasing 🙂 Your video made it sound like hell, but it was so funny!

    Have a great Christmas!

  4. p2son on December 20, 2009 at 6:13 pm

    Sue, lovely suggestions all. I fear my sense of humor was jammed into the closet with the rest of me during those dreadful years. How delicious it would have been if I emerged from my Biblically Induced Comma while I was still in the House. I could have had some fun!

  5. p2son on December 20, 2009 at 6:14 pm

    Thanks Ahavia, can you make that banana bread vegan? These days I think I would prefer carrot cake or anything chocolate. 😛

  6. p2son on December 20, 2009 at 6:15 pm

    Yay, you have found me and have live fed me–sounds wonderful. I will be popping into Central America for the holidays. Please have plenty of sun on hand so that I can soak up plenty of Vitamin D and some color.

    So glad we bonded!

  7. sue on December 21, 2009 at 1:56 pm

    God bless you Peterson and I hope you have a fantastic Christmas. Haven’t been to this blog for a while but must try to keep in touch:)

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