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Signs a Guy Is Pretending to Be Straight

by Danielle Wright

It’s a regular Monday evening, and I’m scrolling through Netflix for something new and fun to watch.

Then pops up ‘Grace and Frankie.’ I love Jane Fonda, so I immediately clicked on the thumbnail to check out the synopsis. According to IMDB and Netflix, "For as long as they can recall, Grace and Frankie have been rivals. Their one-upmanship comes crashing to a halt, however, when they learn that their husbands have fallen in love with each other and want to get married." Yes, you read that correctly.


This got me thinking, so I did some research. As per Gallup, “The percentage of U.S. adults who self-identify as something other than heterosexual has increased to a new high of 7.1%, which is double the percentage from 2012. Gen Z adults made up 7% of Gallup’s 2017 national sample, but in 2021 accounted for 12% as more of that generation reached age 18 over the past four years.”


We’ve heard the stories and watched the videos of women who lose their lives once they confront their male partners about suspicious homosexual activities. I just saw a video on TikTok yesterday of a P.I. (Your Fav Investigator) who was hired to follow a boyfriend by a female client. It turns out he was meeting up with a man. They were spotted holding hands and kissing, which the P.I. reported back to her client. I’ll add the video below.


In American slang, the term “beard” describes a person who is used, knowingly or unknowingly, as a date, romantic partner, or spouse either to conceal infidelity or to conceal one’s sexual orientation. This term is more commonly used towards women who are dating a man who is obviously homosexual. But why do most men simply not live in their truth? After watching ‘Grace and Frankie,’ it became apparent to me that most men do want legacies and are smart enough to know that they need a woman to conceive one.

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