Would living life blind and gay be better, then being able to see?

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    Jul 29, 2011 6:50 PM GMT
    Serious question. There are soo many super nice guys out there that can make your heart melt, but, a lot of them just don't turn your crank.

    So, here is my question, would it be easier to love and not see, and get everything you need, or see, and hope on lucking out, but mainly living miserably?

    I personally am starting to lean towards not seeing, it would just be so damn easier.
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    Jul 29, 2011 7:40 PM GMT
    You're trying to swat out a symptom without addressing the root of the problem. Canceling one of your senses won't make you happy.
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    Jul 29, 2011 8:11 PM GMT
    im just curious. I am happy, but I notice the trends, looks first, everything else second
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    Jul 30, 2011 5:03 AM GMT
    For me, I think that since we are guys, looks matters more because of our testosterone level. You can see that even in a hetero relationship, girls can usually go for an unattractive guys with a good personality, while guys go for the hot sexy girls. We gay men aren't that different from straight guys I find.
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    Jul 30, 2011 5:05 AM GMT
    Nah, I'd rather be able to see them. Not necessarily for looks, but to be able to put an image of them in my head. icon_razz.gif I can't think of anything I'd want to trade my eyesight for.
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    Jul 30, 2011 5:08 AM GMT
    No. Then you'd be more critical if/when he offends your other senses. His odor is too strong, his voice just doesn't do it for you, his body feels lumpy or disproportional, or he tastes funky.
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    Jul 30, 2011 5:17 AM GMT
    Losing your sight is not going to make you any less judgmental. It's human nature.