Gay Drama

  • Tomz

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    Nov 14, 2011 10:22 AM GMT
    What's your stance on gay drama?

    I'm learning that gaymen are very sensitive gentle souls, not to stereo type but just a trait I noticed. What's your views. My brother is gay as well and he's quick to insult somebody or speak his mind but terrible at people offending him or taking criticism even in the slightest fraction of a percent, he can dish it out but not take it in. He's a real true blood drama queen and I mean that quite literally.

    Edit/oh I completely forgot to ask do you put up with it in a tolerant way, or avoid it, find yourself victim to it, or hate it, or even in need of it?
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    Nov 14, 2011 1:06 PM GMT
    Gay drama makes me lose my boner.
  • TheAlchemixt

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    Nov 14, 2011 1:18 PM GMT
    Gay drama, Straight drama, I just stay away from it all.
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    Nov 14, 2011 1:28 PM GMT
    earthsearch saidGay drama makes me lose my boner.


    Me, too... that is why I carry extras in my pocket.
  • Diceroll

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    Nov 14, 2011 1:34 PM GMT
    I always try and stay away from any kind of drama but some of my friends are always having some kind of problems with their partners/jobs/friends and they need me as an agony uncle :-)

    I can never understand where they find the time to get involved in all that shit anyway - I find it hard enough balancing work and the gym.
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    Nov 14, 2011 1:42 PM GMT
    Alpha_Muscle said
    earthsearch saidGay drama makes me lose my boner.


    Me, too... that is why I carry extras in my pocket.


    Pocket boners? Sounds handy.

    Can you take them in your carry on when you fly?
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    Nov 14, 2011 1:46 PM GMT
    Avoid drama from any source whenever possible. Most of the biggest perps I know are straight, though.

    "Drama" to me is manufactured as opposed to real life shit that happens to everyone (job loss, etc.). How a person responds and how many people they attempt to suck into it makes a big difference. Like many other stereotypes that are associated with gay men, I think this is learned behavior, and stupid TV "reality" shows encourage it.

    I do love Facebook, though, because you can see in advance who is having an episode and steer clear! I have at least two acquaintances who spill their souls on there.
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    Nov 14, 2011 1:58 PM GMT
    Meh
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    Nov 14, 2011 2:00 PM GMT
    im from South America and my family hails partly from South Asia... gay or straight... drama is my life....

  • HndsmKansan

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    Nov 14, 2011 2:10 PM GMT
    I find it interesting how many of us are curious and want to know the latest, drama included. I try and avoid it really. I'm on the board of a gay men's chorus, we just chose a new conductor (I was the chair of the committee that did it), the board did not choose the former assistant director, whose partner is in the organization. We had drama... I did my best to circumvent the "process".

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    Nov 14, 2011 2:12 PM GMT
    earthsearch saidGay drama makes me lose my boner.


    +1
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    Nov 14, 2011 2:24 PM GMT
    HndsmKansan saidI find it interesting how many of us are curious and want to know the latest, drama included. I try and avoid it really. I'm on the board of a gay men's chorus, we just chose a new conductor (I was the chair of the committee that did it), the board did not choose the former assistant director, whose partner is in the organization. We had drama... I did my best to circumvent the "process".

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  • GAYBIGMACHODU...

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    Nov 14, 2011 2:24 PM GMT
    What is gay drama?What is straight drama?
  • GAYBIGMACHODU...

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    Nov 14, 2011 3:41 PM GMT
    I do act my own age.I watch gay porn videos,gay movies,and other
    adult movies as well adult tv shows.I watch prowrestling.Prowrestling
    is not for kids these days.
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    Nov 14, 2011 3:42 PM GMT
    GAYBIGMACHODUDE1972 saidI do act my own age.I watch gay porn videos,gay movies,and other
    adult movies as well adult tv shows.I watch prowrestling.Prowrestling
    is not for kids these days.


    I dont think he was talking to you. I think it was meant for the OP
  • Tomz

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    Nov 14, 2011 9:38 PM GMT
    It's unclear who he's talking to... but if is talking to me then I dont understand what childish about ask'n peoples opinion on a matter.

    I'd say gay drama is a gayman who has to be the center of attention and will stir the pot to get his attention by any means to a point if childish behavior. Or a gayman who get insanely jealous of other men to a point of absurdity causing outrageous scenes to show his jealousy. That's all I can think of off the bat.
  • Tomz

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    Nov 14, 2011 9:46 PM GMT
    I can relate to dice and kanson and meanwhile posts
  • Tomz

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    Nov 14, 2011 9:54 PM GMT
    Trollileo saidIt's a performance staged by actors with a gay theme. Usually they suck.


    I think that cooly worded but I'd change the word suck to suckith-muchly
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    Nov 14, 2011 10:16 PM GMT
    earthsearch said
    Alpha_Muscle said
    earthsearch saidGay drama makes me lose my boner.


    Me, too... that is why I carry extras in my pocket.


    Pocket boners? Sounds handy.

    Can you take them in your carry on when you fly?


    Ijust have them in my pockets. But the TSA always finds them. They are hard to conceal... except from extremely fat TSA women. Then they are easy to hide.
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    Nov 14, 2011 10:19 PM GMT
    I as a gay man am never wrong. However, almost everyone around me is usually wrong. And my opinion is always better than theirs too.

    Haha.
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    Nov 14, 2011 10:27 PM GMT
    Where are all the animated gifs in this thread!?! That's what I came for. Some Mean Girls, some Brit-brit, and maybe a sassy black woman with long fake nails.

    And what are "gaymen"? Is that a word now?
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    Nov 14, 2011 10:31 PM GMT
    "Now I look back on the gay drama of my twenties and laugh." For the curious, that's from an old post of mine, reproduced in my profile, and below:

    MY FIRST ROMANTIC DATE, WITH A BIG GAY ENDING:
    I waited a long time for my first boyfriend and at 26 thought I really hit the jackpot. Pursuing me, he was a gorgeous, dirty blonde, green-eyed former runway and print model and Johns Hopkins graduate, about two years older, a real "prince." I lived in the low west 70's of Manhattan, he downtown. After a few months together I had the notion to invite him to a Sunday afternoon picnic lunch in Riverside Park in what I envisioned as the perfect romantic date that I've always seen in the movies and never experienced. I packed a basket and a blanket, he brought the wine, and we laid out, watched the boats sail by, held hands and talked, enjoyed the sunset over the Hudson and ended it on an uncharacteristically chaste note to preserve the mood. I offered to walk him the couple of blocks south to the 72nd Street subway but he declined, choosing to walk crosstown instead. I sensed something was up. A couple of hours later I got two frantic calls at home within minutes of each other. The first was my boyfriend, upset that he was punched by a drunk friend of mine after ignoring him at the gay bar he'd happened to stop in at on his way home. The second was that friend upset that he was punched for calling my boyfriend out on sticking his tongue in another guy's ear at the bar after our date. Ultimately not the stuff of romance, but comedy? Now I look back on the gay drama of my twenties and laugh!

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    Nov 14, 2011 10:31 PM GMT
    I've found that the ones who vocalize their hate of drama constantly are some of the biggest lovers as well as instigators of it.
  • 1AlanZSky

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    Apr 14, 2014 8:16 AM GMT
    I don't hang around with negative people. Positivity is what we need.
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    Apr 14, 2014 9:15 AM GMT
    mocktwinkles saidI've found that the ones who vocalize their hate of drama constantly are some of the biggest lovers as well as instigators of it.


    Yeppers