9 a€?As I initial reached the Las Vegas airport, we went straight to the taxi neighborhood. I did not desire to manage the frustration of waiting around for some of those mini-vans, driving with a herd of people for the town. At long last, i obtained a cab. I was hardly into the vehicles whenever cabbie mentioned that he was going to try and posses me discuss the caba€”with some a€?hota€? woman. I didna€™t state any such thing. After a few moments, he quita€” trying to console me personally for lacking the hot hottie within the cab with me. While in the experience, he attempted to set up conversation. The guy let me know that there happened to be numerous places in vegas where i really could bring put. Las Vegas got saturated in hot younger ladies.a€?
10 Ia€™ve provided this facts since it exemplifies mandatory heterosexuality (Rich, 1981), wherein a person is regarded as being right until s/he discloses normally. Not simply performs this keep a norm of heterosexuality, they presents a dilemma for queer person. If the assumption be permitted to stand or if the individual test the presumption by revealing his / her correct intimate positioning? In this instance, the storyteller could a€?go alonga€? making use of the cabdrivera€™s assumption that he is a straight mana€”in browse of sex, directly funa€”or he might make they clear he got homosexual. What can be a consequence of the disclosure? Would the cabdriver feel friendly and apologize for their blunder? Would the cabdriver offer info that could be interesting into queer area? Would the cabdriver turn aggressive? The storyteller wanted to choose whether the guy should just bring along with the cabdrivera€”acting like he had been contemplating the shared records and/or joining in debate in regards to the a€?hot, younger girls.a€?