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Honesty: It doesn’t fucking suck as much as I expected

Just a few days ago I blogged about a worry concerning telling someone about my career, and how that might completely end our friendship/budding relationship. I ate, Sunday (the day before yesterday), at the restaurant he manages. I had a glass of wine. I told him everything.

And he didn’t run away.

“I’m not a judgmental person,” is all he said.

In fact, he’d already figured it out. I just gogged at him a bit. This was completely unexpected, given the conversations we’d had about monogamy. “I kinda put it together on my own a while back. I’m not stupid.” I was worried over nothing. He had pieced it together two weeks before I told him. In the time since he understood why I had avoided his questions I’d already seen him a few more times. And then I spent the evening with him after I told him as well! We haven’t watched “Dangerous Beauty” yet, but he wants to see it.

I really do get rewarded from time to time for retaining my belief in hope. :)

See part 3 of this story…

4 comments

1 Curt { 12.16.09 at 8:05 am }

I’m glad it worked out. Maybe you’ll have a genuine cuddle buddy during the holidays.. Wishing you well but remember to pace yourself, the friendship, and the potential budding relationship.

2 Ken { 12.20.09 at 2:18 pm }

Good for you! Shows that many times the fears in our heads are worse than the reality.

3 Devon { 12.21.09 at 12:13 pm }

we shall see how it plays out… the last week has been disappointing (but I think it’s me, not him).

4 Tom the Canuck { 12.23.09 at 2:29 pm }

Good going, Devon. I know you have the strength to let this relationship grow into something great for the both of you. And you know it, too!

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