Saturday, May 24, 2008

Am i alone in the WWW?

Actually i can answer that question myself. I know i'm not alone, even though it sometimes feels that way. I see people visiting, from different cities and different countries. I'm glad there are some people reading my blog. Maybe it helps them through some rough times, maybe not. But how about saying hi, just so i know you're out there? Share with us something about yourself. I promise i won't bite, well maybe just a little nibble ;)



London Preppy said...


Jay said...

hey, thanks LP

Anonymous said...

Hello! Is it me you're looking for? I can see it in your eyes, I can see it in your smile. lol.

Jay said...

How did you know it was you? :)

Anonymous said...


im in nj!

there was a good show on logo about being jewish & gay, and how alot of them deal with it, you may want to look that up. (dont remember the name)

Jay said...

Hey dmitri,

I've seen a movie which dealt with the issue, not sure if thats what you're referring to. It's called Trembling with God, though i havent seen the ending. It got cut off in the copy i had downloaded. Oops.


JUSTIN said...

Greetings from the Midwest. I'm listening to a song called "Elephant Gun" by Beirut. On headphones. And it's awesome.

Anonymous said...

Hmmm ... Interesting song.

Anonymous said...


I am in London (used to live in NY until recently). Your blog is great, if only b/c it makes me feel that am not alone struggling with all of this. I am 30 yo and pretty much in the same spot as you are: haven't told anyone yet ab/t me being gay, can't even imagine how I'd break this to my family who keeps talking to me about finally settling down and getting married.

I didn't have the guts to actually have gay sex until recently. To be frank, it was awesome, but in way it messed me up even more than before: I can clearly see that there is no way I'll get married, have kids etc.. but on the other hand, I just can't see myself telling people that am gay, and to be frank-even myself. Jay-I noticed that your blog talks a lot ab/t telling other people etc..and what will happen, but to me, the biggest issue is really admitting to myself that I am gay and will never have the standard, modern orthodox life that my sibling and family leads. For that matter, it also means that I will likely not have a standard life full stop.

Anyway, you asked for people to say Hi, so that's what I do. Keep writing this blog, it's very helpful-at least to me.

Jay said...

thanks for that justin, anonymous hit the nail on the head. its an interesting song!

Paul, glad my blog could be of some help. Rhe first step is admitting it to yourself first. Once you are able to manage that, then you can go further. But you need that first step.