Gay Hate towards flammers!

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    Jan 05, 2012 5:53 AM GMT
    Personally I've notice a lot of men hating flamers ever since I came out the closet its been really harsh on me not by the straght community. but by homosexsuals! I love everybody for who they are not what type of body they have or what type of fashion sense. were all human and we derserved to be treated equally. ( I don't care if I'm sterotyping anyone or starting flame wars loll its just brought to my attention that people are rejected for who they not saying oh well let's respect queens and worship the ground they walk on or some over analyzed thought. I just don't find it right.) Who cares open your mind before you open your mouth and broaden your horizen! Its 2012 were in the future.
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    Jan 05, 2012 5:56 AM GMT
    Flame on.

    desi saidPersonally I've notice a lot of men hating flamers ever since I came out the closet its been really harsh on me not by the straght community. but by homosexsuals! I love everybody for who they are not what type of body they have or what type of fashion sense. were all human and we derserved to be treated equally. ( I don't care if I'm sterotyping anyone or starting flame wars loll its just brought to my attention that people are rejected for who they not saying oh well let's respect queens and worship the ground they walk on or some over analyzed thought. I just don't find it right.) Who cares open your mind before you open your mouth and broaden your horizen! Its 2012 were in the future.
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    Jan 05, 2012 5:59 AM GMT
    I agree with you.

    These kind of men are just insecure, walk proud and toss your head back if you desire.
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    Jan 05, 2012 5:59 AM GMT
    Do they not have dictionaries in the future?
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    Jan 05, 2012 6:09 AM GMT
    lolololololololololol.

    Anduru saidDo they not have dictionaries in the future?
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    Jan 05, 2012 7:19 AM GMT
    I like to look at sparkles and be friends with sparkles but i probably wont date you if you wear sparkles.
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    Jan 05, 2012 7:27 AM GMT
    As soon as a guy says "hey gurl" I tune him out until his voice drops an octave and his hands stop performing a hummingbird impression.
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    Jan 05, 2012 7:33 AM GMT
    Really DoubleX? I figured those would be your favorites.


    FrostedFlakes saidAs soon as a guy says "hey gurl" I tune him out until his voice drops an octave and his hands stop performing a hummingbird impression.
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    Jan 05, 2012 8:28 AM GMT
    I find that in many communities, including the gay community, many people would prefer to think that all the members of their community are like them in most or at least many ways. Those that prefer to think of themselves as "butch" or "straight acting" would like affirmation of that trait in their community. When they are challenged by diversity, some will react negatively.

    Alternatively, they are projecting what they desire onto the entire of the community. And not matching that desire again provokes a negative reaction.

    Well, that's my amateur psych opinion on the why. But speaking to your later point, I'd agree that it's not right to ostracize people on this basis...

    (edited for a typo)
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    Jan 05, 2012 11:05 AM GMT
    why is your [handle] name, desi?

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    Jan 05, 2012 12:55 PM GMT
    I agree but, they end up as drama kings.
  • helios01

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    Jan 05, 2012 12:58 PM GMT
    o come on ppl
    we all have our princess moments....
    grow up and stop hating!
    some of them are kind of cute ^-^
    everytime i see one i wanna poke their flat belly and kiss their cheek :3
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    Jan 05, 2012 1:15 PM GMT
    FrostedFlakes saidAs soon as a guy says "hey gurl" I tune him out until his voice drops an octave and his hands stop performing a hummingbird impression.


    I wish this was facebook with a like button!
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    Jan 05, 2012 1:16 PM GMT
    FrostedFlakes saidAs soon as a guy says "hey gurl" I tune him out until his voice drops an octave and his hands stop performing a hummingbird impression.


    Says the guy that did the fiercest tuck on cam...mHm


    Watch out Carmen Carrera
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    Jan 05, 2012 1:19 PM GMT
    Specifics?
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    Jan 05, 2012 1:24 PM GMT
    FrostedFlakes saidAs soon as a guy says "hey gurl" I tune him out until his voice drops an octave and his hands stop performing a hummingbird impression.


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    Jan 05, 2012 1:26 PM GMT
    Wow this thread, let me get this straight. You're mad at gay people for discriminating you so you turn around and make a thread discriminating them. Hmmm. Lots of people will hate on you for being a "flamer" in your life but to say its homosexuals that are worse is no better than being a racist. Don't let a few events summarize a whole group of people.
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    Jan 05, 2012 1:33 PM GMT
    desi saidPersonally I've notice a lot of men hating flamers ever since I came out the closet its been really harsh on me not by the straght community. but by homosexsuals! I love everybody for who they are not what type of body they have or what type of fashion sense. were all human and we derserved to be treated equally. ( I don't care if I'm sterotyping anyone or starting flame wars loll its just brought to my attention that people are rejected for who they not saying oh well let's respect queens and worship the ground they walk on or some over analyzed thought. I just don't find it right.) Who cares open your mind before you open your mouth and broaden your horizen! Its 2012 were in the future.


    I read this, and all I can think is that No Child Left Behind was a colossal failure.
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    Jan 05, 2012 1:34 PM GMT
    Is being a flaming homosexual a choice?
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    Jan 05, 2012 2:11 PM GMT
    If you really think about it... who are the strongest people in the gay community? The flammers, the queens, the twinks and the obvious gays. They can get up And leave the house every day knowing there are people out there who are going to call them a faggot or a nancy. But THEY STILL DO IT! These 'straight-acting' 'butch' (or as Kathy.Griffin calls them) 'sleeper-gays' hide behind their masculinity. They have no idea what it's like to have to build up that thick skin to the point that it doesn't affect you any more. I couldn't tell you how many times I've been called a fag/faggot on the street, out of ca windows, behind my back, and when guys think I'm not listening. But you know what? It doesn't bother me any more. And I still get up, do my hair, put on my v-neck and earrings and walk out the door, blasting Britney along the way.
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    Jan 05, 2012 2:14 PM GMT
    stryker326 saidIf you really think about it... who are the strongest people in the gay community? The flammers, the queens, the twinks and the obvious gays. They can get up And leave the house every day knowing there are people out there who are going to call them a faggot or a nancy. But THEY STILL DO IT! These 'straight-acting' 'butch' (or as Kathy.Griffin calls them) 'sleeper-gays' hide behind their masculinity. They have no idea what it's like to have to build up that thick skin to the point that it doesn't affect you any more. I couldn't tell you how many times I've been called a fag/faggot on the street, out of ca windows, behind my back, and when guys think I'm not listening. But you know what? It doesn't bother me any more. And I still get up, do my hair, put on my v-neck and earrings and walk out the door, blasting Britney along the way.


    +1000000!
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    Jan 05, 2012 2:17 PM GMT
    Stuttershock saidIs being a flaming homosexual a choice?


    I know!!! I was wondering that too!
    I don't mean to b a dick, but I never understood it for several reasons.
    1. I know for a fact, and any biologist/doc/physician would tell you, mother natural gave males deeper voices with shorter vocal chords
    Any doubt I had was conformed when I met a huge flaming gay in high school, he left unfortunately a few months later due to bulling, which was sad. But he had a very deep voice, but he would perposely make it higher when he was in class/ group of people.

    2. Aren't we gay/bi guys supposed to be attracted other gay/bi men..... I have dated girls before. Dating a flamer, in my opinion, would be just like dating a girl, in a non sexual setting. On the terms of bitching/whinnying/feminism

    3. I can't help myself but wonder( not trying to b a jerk) but if homosexuality would b more expcepted if it wasn't for the flaming stereotypes. Seriously, when I came out to my best friend he was cool with it and while laughing he said " Buddy least you aint a fucking flamer, so we can still go out in public together! HAHAHA!" he was joking but I know that behind that joke was also a sense of seriousness
    My opinion and thinking is all, take it with a grain of salt
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    Jan 05, 2012 2:18 PM GMT
    Stuttershock saidIs being a flaming homosexual a choice?


    Well, When I was growing up there was a boy in my neighborhood who was quite effeminate (I believe that's what people mean by flammers). He was a little kid. He had no idea he was flaming. He had no idea what homosexuality was. It was obvious he was gay to the adults. To us kids he was just girly. None of us guys wanted to be seen with him; not because we knew he was gay (we didn't know what that was) but because he was different from us. I was a gay kid. I was attracted to straight men (like my best friend's Dad) but not to this effeminate kid who was my own age.

    My ex's nephew (about 9 or 10 years old) is very effeminate. These kids aren't acting. It's who they are. They will grow up to be what some uncharitably label as flammers. I for one admire them for being who they are despite the taunting, teasing, and rejection they have endured most of their lives.

    Do some camp it up? Probably, maybe, but so what! It's their lives. Let's live and let live. As homosexuals we have all endured some prejudice in our lifetimes. Please let us not be the ones to be dishing it out.

    FLAME ON ALL YOU GURLY GIRL GUYS! DON'T LET ANYONE TELL YOU HOW TO LIVE YOUR LIFE!
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    Jan 05, 2012 2:21 PM GMT
    I love girly guys who are natural in their own skin. Acting like a flamer if you aren't one or suppressing your flame if you're a flamer is not cool.

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    Jan 05, 2012 2:27 PM GMT
    UndercoverMan said
    Stuttershock saidIs being a flaming homosexual a choice?


    Well, When I was growing up there was a boy in my neighborhood who was quite effeminate (I believe that's what people mean by flammers). He was a little kid. He had no idea he was flaming. He had no idea what homosexuality was. It was obvious he was gay to the adults. To us kids he was just girly. None of us guys wanted to be seen with him; not because we knew he was gay (we didn't know what that was) but because he was different from us. I was a gay kid. I was attracted to straight men (like my best friend's Dad) but not to this effeminate kid who was my own age.

    My ex's nephew (about 9 or 10 years old) is very effeminate. These kids aren't acting. It's who they are. They will grow up to be what some uncharitably label as flammers. I for one admire them for being who they are despite the taunting, teasing, and rejection they have endured most of their lives.

    Do some camp it up? Probably, maybe, but so what! It's their lives. Let's live and let live. As homosexuals we have all endured some prejudice in our lifetimes. Please let us not be the ones to be dishing it out.

    FLAME ON ALL YOU GURLY GIRL GUYS! DON'T LET ANYONE TELL YOU HOW TO LIVE YOUR LIFE!


    +1

    was trying to figure out how to say that myself. I remember when my nephew was born. He practically burst into flames when he pop'd out. Now he's in his mid 20's and still is as "flammie" as the day he was born. He actually appears to be a confident young man.