Authors: The Homo Sapien Experience
Since the beginning of humanity, gay people and straight people have had to figure out how to live together.
As we all remember Adam & Eve, the first ever gay/straight roommates, worked tirelessly in the Garden of Eden to find their own way to coexist in peace and harmony (I believe it was once Adam fashioned those super cute leaf outfits that the two really started to hit it off as friends). But what does it take for straight people and gay people to live together? Should we still do it, or are we moving beyond it? And at the end of the day, are we really that different?
Well here today at The Homo Sapien Experience, we dive right into that question, face first.
Join Matt, a gay man (shocker, I know) as he moves in with straight newlywed couple, Maura and Patrick. As we witness the trials and tribulations of gay/straight roomatehood, these housemates also discover a myriad of new things! For instance, we learn that what one might consider a necessary product for rectal douching, another might see as a convenient “traveling watering can” that can really make that basil thrive. We discover that “Competitive Sports” are not just the ones that center around balls (ie, football, baseball, basketball), but in fact there are some sports in which tucking those balls away is integral to winning! And we realize that the definition of what a “Dad” truly is can span all different types of relationships.
And though these roomies may have had a bumpy start to their new living situation, by the end they are happily adjusted and peacefully coexisting. So, though at times it might seem impossible, we are here to say that gay people and straight people can in fact live together. All it takes is a little bit of time, understanding, and a basil plant that needs watering.