'Of course, no one is really gay'

Peter Ould  |  Features
Date posted:  1 Jun 2008
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I will tell you a bit of my story, and also tell you why I made the lifestyle choices that I did.

Now in my 30s, I grew up in Sheffield. My father was an international contract lawyer, and my mother was Austrian. I had meningitis when I was 15, went to university at 19, and moved to London at the age of 23.

It was at the time of the move to London that issues around my sexuality first emerged. Up till then I had thought that I was just waiting for the right girl to come along. But one evening I was in my flat, watching MTV, and I saw a man on the screen. ‘I could snog him’, I thought.

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