Sounds like someone is flirting with confusion:
Translation mine. Readers may recall that I translated a piece by Jaime Bayly a while back, in which he revealed that Guido Antonini Wilson, the perpetrator of the briefcase-bribery scandal in Argentina, was actually opposed to Chavecito, and was actively trying to bring him down through the “Valijagate” incident. Bayly met Antonini, who tried to befriend him, and found him a tad hinky; in the end, no real friendship ensued.I don’t doubt that Bayly is still bisexual; falling in love with women doesn’t preclude the gay side of him from rearing its head (which it may well do again at some time in the future, Silvia notwithstanding). He’s a pretty mixed-up character, from what I hear; he was recently in rehab for cocaine addiction; no word on if he’s actually recovered. Time and reflection will help him a lot more with all his issues than facetious denials, but that’s something only he will be able to find out for himself. And I do hope he will.
Peruvian journalist and writer Jaime Bayly, who wanted to be a presidential candidate in 2011, said that his gay side was eclipsed when he revealed he would be a father for the third time during his TV program, broadcast from Lima.“God wants me to be a father, not a president,” joked Bayly, 45, who said that his girlfriend Silvia, 21, was expecting a baby in April 2011, coincidentally the same month as the Peruvian presidential election.“I’m not gay, I can’t be gay, I still like women. I met Silvia and fell in love with her. Two things happened: She cured my impotence; and, in falling in love with her, my gay side was eclipsed,” said Bayly, who is as famous for his jokes as he is for his novels.His future fatherhood would also have a direct effect upon his desire to be a candidate, Bayly said, declaring that “the presidential salary won’t be enough for me to support three children.”Bayly, who directs the program “The Sniper”, in which he plays with an image of bisexuality cultivated in his novels, is the father of two girls by his first marriage. A self-declared “provocateur”, “left liberal”, and defender of abortion and gay marriage, Bayly polled a voting intention that fluctuated between 5% and 8%.