A "hook up" called me a straight guy!

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    Mar 11, 2008 1:50 AM GMT
    Ok so I hooked up with this 24 yo guy( kinda young for me) and he said I was straight!

    Well I am just a guy, I like sports, and working out and such, so I can kinda see the confusion. He loves (obsesses over) Madonna and is obviously, stereotypically gay.

    So we where watching the new Resident Evil movie and I made a comment that the lead chic was hot, not that I wanted to do her, but that she is rather appealing. And given the opportunity I could, possibly, entertain the idea of having sex with her, Just to say that I did (cause she is famous and all), plus she is hot.

    He immediately says," Your such a straight guy! You like chics, I don't think your gay at all." Well, I am a gay guy, 100%, I love men.

    Has this happened to any of you guys before?
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    Mar 11, 2008 3:30 AM GMT
    yes, every day of my life i get mistaken for straight. it's annoying actually. icon_confused.gif

    now, where did i put that red silk thong? it matches my fingernails so loverly

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    Mar 11, 2008 3:50 AM GMT
    i would say homophobic too
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    Mar 11, 2008 7:13 AM GMT
    Nope this has never happened to me. To be honest, I've never fancied women, either. Resident Evil movies are a bit rubbish.
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    Mar 11, 2008 1:18 PM GMT
    thats cause u walk around saying things like "I don't fancy women" and "that's rubbish," and with an English accent? I mean, come on...
  • iHavok

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    Mar 11, 2008 1:21 PM GMT
    What? what? what?
    How can you say Resident Evil movies are rubbish?
    they are probably one of my fave Video Game based movies ever!!

    Watch the commentary on Resident Evil? Listen to Michelle Rodriguez and Milla talk about leather bars in Austria (or Germany, I forget).

    Dude, changes the whole movie!

    I love those movies.
    sigh

    oh and as far as being called straight for wanting to sex up starlets, that's never happened.
    Being called a whore...now that's a different funfetti cake entirely.
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    Mar 11, 2008 7:04 PM GMT
    incidentally, i was being sarcastic before... i don't think i've ever authentically be mistaken for straight.

    as for kinsey - i don't believe in absolutes, so i can't say i'm a 6; however, i am definitely at 5.99
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    Mar 11, 2008 7:08 PM GMT
    I have been hit on by a few women, and people seem to think I flirt with a few of the hot women that come through my store lol. I flirt with the guys too but it's easier to talk to a hot women for me since the hot guys leave me kinda speachless many times icon_redface.gif .

    Drives my co-worker crazy cuz usually the ladies come to my register (this is mainly due to the fact that it is closer to the door) and he gets alot of old guys and fat guy/girls. He says I'm gay and I'm not allowed to get to talk with the hot women as well as the men lol.
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    Mar 11, 2008 9:48 PM GMT
    I was called a homophobe 2 weeks ago icon_evil.gif

    As i was going home from a gay club icon_lol.gif

    Just cos i sped past a gang of 5 gay guys who were just drunk, loud and annoyingly OTT.
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    Mar 11, 2008 10:21 PM GMT
    Now the Kinsey scale only covers behavior. So a guy that "thinks" he is gay (only thinks of guys when he beats off is a definite 6 {me 100%}). Yet he only has sex with women is still a 1 on the Kinsey scale, like a few married/straight guys, I know. My behavior is a 6, only guys. But I can not rule out the possibility of an incidental encounter with a chic.

  • Timbales

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    Mar 12, 2008 12:31 AM GMT
    I've been told the same thing by a few of my friends, especially the ones who dislike anything sports related. It further strengthens my opinion that many gay men who act in the stereotypical 'gay' manner are not being themselves anymore than 'straight acting' guys.
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    Mar 12, 2008 11:15 AM GMT
    briarhawkWatch the commentary on Resident Evil? Listen to Michelle Rodriguez and Milla talk about leather bars in Austria (or Germany, I forget).


    ditto. I actually had a crush on Michelle Rodriguez before. LOL. I'm a Kinsey 6 though. icon_rolleyes.gif
  • HndsmKansan

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    Mar 12, 2008 11:49 AM GMT
    Yep, I've had dudes call me "the straightest gay man they have met". I never react to the comment really other than to ask what they mean.
  • Laurence

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    Mar 12, 2008 11:56 AM GMT
    EMS

    Young guys are often guilty of seeing things in black and white (you're either this or the other). As you get older experience teaches you that life is seldom that clear-cut.

    As an older gay guy you feel fine in saying a woman is hot, because you're safe in your sexuality and know you're still gay. Young gay guys, like the guy in this instance, are still not that confident in themselves and feel it makes them less Gay by acknowledging a woman's attractiveness.

    Incidents like the one you related have never happened to me, as I don't watch things like Resident Evil movies, as I am confident in my tastes to know they are rubbish and avoid them.

    Having sex with younger guys however shouldn't be avoided, but encouraged. So well done.

    Lozx
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    Mar 12, 2008 11:56 AM GMT
    I dated a girl in high school who turned out to be a lesbian (go figure) who said I couldn't be gay because of my shoes. She had a lot of confidence in her shoe system... still goes right over my head, though.
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    Mar 12, 2008 12:00 PM GMT
    Many times this has happened....On one hand it is actually flattering, since I am very naturally masculine and for someone to call me straight I would assume that means I lack feminine/stereotypical gay behavior. On the other hand, it's insulting and annoying. I have been denied entry into gay clubs...especially in foreign countries. I've been at gay circuit parties and treated like some weird naive idiot. Often, gay guys do not approach me because they thought they would get physically hurt. I'm not fluent in the gay culture scene and been called naive and that I have no sense of humor. Guys are always asking me if I am thinking about coming out of the closet....But worst of all, sometimes other masculine gay guys think we have so much in common cause we are "not like those other guys". I think everyone should fuck all these labels and just have fun.
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    Mar 12, 2008 9:24 PM GMT
    I don't know that I've ever openly been called "straight", but most people don't figure it out that I'm gay.

    Though I guess I've fulfilled a few friends straight fantasies (I love to work on my car, get greasy, etc etc). Hehehe.
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    Mar 13, 2008 10:19 AM GMT
    LOL... #2 would have made you bicurious, PhxAriz08