What is "too straight" for you?

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    Nov 10, 2011 12:01 AM GMT
    Other than actually engaging in heterosexual sex. That is a given, and it is a stupid joke.

    Personally, I don't like guys who like getting dirty. That shit's for heterosexuals. I don't want you tracking muddy shit all over my clean carpets, damn.

    I also can't stand when guys are so oblivious to how awful their outfit is, example here.

    If a guy knows more about sports than he does about culture (art, music, film, theatre, architecture, fashion, design, etc.) that's a huge turn-off for me. Sports is popular among heterosexual men because they're trained by society to not express their feelings ("be a man", "man up", etc.), and the only time they're "allowed" to express any feeling other than anger (joy, sadness, etc.) is when they're engaged in watching sports. It's basically their time for getting all their emotions out. As a gay man, I need somebody who's stronger than that, and can deal with their emotions in a manner that actually works. Coming out of the closet is an experience that should free you from those societal norms and allow you to indulge in activities outside of boring heterosexual shit.

    Finally, I will not date a guy who is in the closet. I want them to meet my family, and I want to be affectionate in public sometimes. Closet homos are really uptight about that shit, and I don't have time or patience to deal with it.


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    Nov 10, 2011 1:02 AM GMT
    The world of heterosexuals is a sick and boring life.
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    Nov 10, 2011 1:02 AM GMT
    Don't agree with you at all about sports, but I'll play along...

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    Nov 10, 2011 1:03 AM GMT
    Nowadays, we on RJ dont just derail threads... we derail entire thread themes!!!!
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    Nov 10, 2011 1:03 AM GMT
    when a guy wants to fuck a girl instead of me
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    Nov 10, 2011 1:03 AM GMT
    Ok, Ill play along.. complete lack of artistic or creative ability lol
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    Nov 10, 2011 1:04 AM GMT
    Hawking and spitting. Why do that anyways? Gross.
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    Nov 10, 2011 1:05 AM GMT
    The less "masc" the better! icon_twisted.gif

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    Nov 10, 2011 1:06 AM GMT
    Anduru saidPersonally, I don't like guys who like getting dirty. That shit's for heterosexuals. I don't want you tracking muddy shit all over my clean carpets, damn.

    I also can't stand when guys are so oblivious to how awful their outfit is, example here.

    If a guy knows more about sports than he does about culture (art, music, film, theatre, architecture, fashion, design, etc.) that's a huge turn-off for me. Sports is popular among heterosexual men because they're trained by society to not express their feelings ("be a man", "man up", etc.), and the only time they're "allowed" to express any feeling other than anger (joy, sadness, etc.) is when they're engaged in watching sports. It's basically their time for getting all their emotions out. As a gay man, I need somebody who's stronger than that, and can deal with their emotions in a manner that actually works. Coming out of the closet is an experience that should free you from those societal norms and allow you to indulge in activities outside of boring heterosexual shit.

    Finally, I will not date a guy who is in the closet. I want them to meet my family, and I want to be affectionate in public sometimes. Closet homos are really uptight about that shit, and I don't have time or patience to deal with it.


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    icon_cool.gifI love the logic. I'd rather not call an activity or way of living straight or gay but yes it's a pain in the ass and not in a good way dating DL dudes. My family is relatively liberal...for the most part with some acceptions, and they will not judge you for anything other than how you are with me and whether or not you make me happy.icon_wink.gif
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    Nov 10, 2011 1:11 AM GMT
    JakeGHK saidNot a darn thing. Expect this thread to have a lower view/post count than any I could create.
    Actually though, to the point where you are verbally judging others on their gender personality expression does hit a sour note for me when it comes to being too straight.


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    Nov 10, 2011 1:11 AM GMT
    Guys, especially guys over the age of 30, who say 'Bro!"

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    Nov 10, 2011 1:13 AM GMT
    GrowAPair saidGuys, especially guys over the age of 30, who say 'Bro!"

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    Nov 10, 2011 1:16 AM GMT
    GrowAPair saidGuys, especially guys over the age of 30, who say 'Bro!"

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    It's no longer straight if they say that past undergrad and if they say that in undergrad it's suspect!
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    Nov 10, 2011 1:16 AM GMT
    GrowAPair saidGuys, especially guys over the age of 30, who say 'Bro!"

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    That's very Un bro-like of youicon_evil.gif
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    Nov 10, 2011 1:17 AM GMT
    I'd have to go with the hawking and spitting thing too.
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    Nov 10, 2011 1:17 AM GMT
    JakeGHK saidNot a darn thing. Expect this thread to have a lower view/post count than any I could create.
    Actually though, to the point where you are verbally judging others on their gender personality expression does hit a sour note for me when it comes to being too straight.
    I don't think you understand the underlying satire to this thread. icon_cool.gif
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    Nov 10, 2011 1:18 AM GMT
    Nothing is "too straight" for me. But then again, I have confidence and self-esteem.
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    Nov 10, 2011 1:20 AM GMT
    Brownale saidNothing is "too straight" for me. But then again, I have confidence and self-esteem.
    So you're a straight-acting self-loathing douchebag eh?
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    Nov 10, 2011 1:20 AM GMT
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    JakeGHK saidNot a darn thing. Expect this thread to have a lower view/post count than any I could create.
    Actually though, to the point where you are verbally judging others on their gender personality expression does hit a sour note for me when it comes to being too straight.
    I don't think you understand the underlying satire to this thread. icon_cool.gif


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    Nov 10, 2011 1:22 AM GMT
    "Total tops"....

    Also, men that want to control a relationship as if it were a traditional 1800's household.

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    Nov 10, 2011 1:23 AM GMT
    Brownale saidNothing is "too straight" for me. But then again, I have confidence and self-esteem.


    I Know - it's that look of confidence in your eyes and that expression of high self esteem on your face that's just so .....HEY...WAIT A MINUTE HERE....
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    Nov 10, 2011 1:25 AM GMT
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    JakeGHK saidNot a darn thing. Expect this thread to have a lower view/post count than any I could create.
    Actually though, to the point where you are verbally judging others on their gender personality expression does hit a sour note for me when it comes to being too straight.
    I don't think you understand the underlying satire to this thread. icon_cool.gif
    I dont read this as satire just a disagreement. Why must everything controversal here be trolling or parody instead of an objective discussion?
    because the people who are trolling aren't actually as fucking ignorant as the people they're parodying. Satire also requires a minimum amount of intelligence to understand.
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    Nov 10, 2011 1:26 AM GMT
    JakeGHK said
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    JakeGHK saidNot a darn thing. Expect this thread to have a lower view/post count than any I could create.
    Actually though, to the point where you are verbally judging others on their gender personality expression does hit a sour note for me when it comes to being too straight.
    I don't think you understand the underlying satire to this thread. icon_cool.gif


    I dont read this as satire just a disagreement. Why must everything controversal here be trolling or parody instead of an objective discussion?


    Why must EVERYTHING you read be a serious-as-a-heart-attack, painfully literal disagreement?

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    Nov 10, 2011 1:34 AM GMT
    no such thing as "too straight" my opinion....i like men who are MEN...the more masculine the better...if i wanted to date a woman...i'd get a woman.i am one of "those" guys...i hawk and spit,get dirty and track mud all over the house,cuss like a sailor and sweat like a pig.i like football,i chew tobacco and think Dale Earnhardt was God on Earth...........i don't like to be called "honey" "sugar" "sweetheart" or any of that sentimental garbage..i prefer a guy call me "Bro" or "man"..i can love a guy,even die for him...just not much on the girly stuff. don't want to offend anyone else...it's just that the whole masculinity image is what attracts me to guys in the first place.and no i am not DL...i am out and proud.
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    Nov 10, 2011 1:34 AM GMT
    Cash saidHow many sandbags does a topic need attached to it to prevent it from going over your head?
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