I began working on the verses that later evolved into songs on the Park Hills EP a few years ago.
Using beats that inspired me by the talented Jurrivh, I just wandered around my neighborhood and wrote the stories in my head. There was nothing complicated or particularly difficult about it — it just took time and focus.
Eventually, I made a rough demo of a song using a cheap microphone and Garageband and sent it to my longtime friend (and highly-skilled and versatile professional musician) Nate K. to see what he thought. …
Of the hundreds of men I have known reasonably well — friends, colleagues, acquaintances, etc — I can hardly think of any who openly identify as bisexual.
We’ve been told for years that sexuality exists on a spectrum. That there is a sliding scale running from 100% gay to 100% straight (see: Kinsey scale), with many possibilities and variations in between. The non-binary nature of sexuality is regarded by many as self-evident at this point.
But if sexuality is fluid, why do bisexual men seem so scarce? What is going on?
There have been many surveys and studies done to…