Today, my boys had physicals at the doctor's office. They all have to go once a year to get the clearance for soccer/track/swim team. So we're at the doctor's and they're all teenagers, so you know, it's a private thing. One brother has convinced the other two that they're going to get "felt in an uncomfortable place" and what to say to ensure that this doesn't happen.
So they have a form for them to fill out. One of my sons (the one most worried about someone touching him) says, "Mom, they ask if you're gay on here!"
He pauses for a minute.
"Do you think if I say that I'm gay, he'll be less inclined to touch my junk?"
How does one answer that question exactly? This is why the FATHER should do these kind of things. Am I right?