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What he means when he says connectivity, I think, is intimacy. And if I may be so bold as to put words in his mouth or ideas in his head, I wonder if, because he is so regimented—so loyal to his discipline, his personal compass of restraint—he keeps a distance. I have only a fistful of genuine—as in, close —friendships with heterosexual men.
I know a lot of them through work. No one is more valuable than the other. With touch, you have to feel it to, you know, feel it. The truth is though, among my male friendships, I maintain only two that make me feel as exposed as Abie does and for that reason, I rarely see those friends.
Sure, that is. Maybe what I really want to know is multi-fold. On the one hand: What it will take for a square to change shape? I thought I believed there should be no barrier between the friendships I maintain with effectively anyone of any gender. Is that discrepancy my fault, or is it a function of the way in which sexual preferences govern our capacities to connect?
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