Not that there's anything wrong with that

It is not the first time I have been accused of being gay (to use a Seinfeld-ism: not that there is anything wrong with that).

I sometimes walk with flinched buttocks. Some would call it mincing. I would call it walking fast while retaining good posture.

There are other traditional 'is-he-gay?' triggers. BumBags (or fanny packs, depending on where you are reading this), which I am also fond of using at the gym, fall into this category. So does anything involving a man and the colour pink (not guilty).

While in the UK, however, I have been told that I am portraying an air of homosexuality by wearing a cap in the gym while I work out. It is not sunny in the gym, I am told. Derrr. Only gays wear caps in the gym, I am told. I beg to differ.

This assumption is not made in Australia. Not even remotely.

I wear a cap in the gym because I have the worst morning hair in the world. I go to gym in the morning, before I shower. I could do my hair before going to the gym, but how conceited would that be? So instead, I don a cap.

And I say that with a staunch record of unblemished heterosexuality.
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