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D wants to be "Forced" to watch and to clean her up afterwards.Flat on his back, staring into the cylinders and bearings, Michael fixes his truck like he wishes he could fix himself. He drove 22 miles to the Barnes & Noble in Tulsa, where the gay books are discreetly kept in the back of the store on a shelf labeled “Sociology.” While the rest of the country is debating same-sex marriage, Michael’s America is still dealing with the basics. Michael loves this place, but can it still be home?“I wake up and I try so hard to look at a girl,” he says. It doesn’t work.” Michael is 17 and gay, though his mother still cries and asks, “Are you sure? It’s just that he doesn’t exactly know how to be gay in rural Oklahoma. What if the preachers and the country music songs are right?“Being gay, you’ll never have that true love like a man and a woman,” Michael says, standing against his truck as Merle Haggard mixes with the backyard whippoorwills. Supreme Court decriminalizing homosexual acts between consenting adults and the Massachusetts high court legalizing same-sex marriage in that state — pushed gays more toward the mainstream than ever.“Hearing all the songs about a man coming home from work to his wife’s loving arms, you never hear of gay couples like that.” He sets his ratchet down. ” The gay revolution hit the buckle of the Bible Belt with a clang. If the revolution was coming, Oklahoma aimed to stop it.