The FINAL Feminine vs. Masculine Thread

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    Jan 09, 2012 9:31 PM GMT
    OK, here is my feeling on this, and you all MUST realize this as the Ultimate truth. icon_wink.gif Or I'll Squeeze you till you can't breathe.

    People are born into this world trying to find themselves. Right? We are all creations looking to just BE. Some may want to pursue a more masculine appeal: BIG muscles, low voice, talk less, brooding appeal. Others may feel they need to be more feminine: more dressy, talk more etc. And then others are a combination of both, OR, they can sway back and forth to fit the situation.

    I've learned, from guys here on RJ, that everyone is GREAT. Like SUPER F*CKIN' Great. No matter who you are. Like, some guys may be more attracted to more masculine guys, but that doesn't mean that they may be attracted to less masculine guys in other ways: humor, interests, ways of looking at the world, etc.

    I have always been attracted to the masculine types, most notably to the shit-eating grin bully types (Grrrrrrrrrrrr). But I love everyone who just wants to be themselves. I apologize when at times I've posted otherwise. Sometimes I worry too much about what the general public thinks, and how they want to judge us. Well, they should realize that even among the hetero community there are many varied types. Right?

    This is also a shout out to MuchMoreThanMuscles, who I realize I have more in common with than not: houseplants, fish, etc. How can you not connect with someone who likes houseplants! I mean really!

    So, this is the new mantra. Take it or leave it. You like what you like, but don't dislike what you don't know much about. Explore it and accept it. Everyone is just looking to BE.

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    Jan 09, 2012 11:23 PM GMT
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    Jan 09, 2012 11:26 PM GMT
    This is the best gay thread in the world, and you should worship it. icon_wink.gif
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    Jan 09, 2012 11:28 PM GMT
    has someone been reading a bit of Neale Donald Walsch maybe...?
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    Jan 09, 2012 11:29 PM GMT
    It's called Winking Owl Chardonnay, $2.69 at Aldi.
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    Jan 09, 2012 11:47 PM GMT
    I love houseplants, I have tons....
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    Jan 09, 2012 11:48 PM GMT
    calguy456 saidI love houseplants, I have tons....


    I love you. What kinds?
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    Jan 09, 2012 11:52 PM GMT
    What I learned from the masc/fem debate on Realjock
    by MsclDrew

    1.Normal and proper is relative to the person posing the question

    2.There are an awful to of amateur psychiatrists on the Internet

    The End
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    Jan 09, 2012 11:59 PM GMT
    wrestlervic saidOK, here is my feeling on this, and you all MUST realize this as the Ultimate truth. icon_wink.gif Or I'll Squeeze you till you can't breathe.

    People are born into this world trying to find themselves. Right? We are all creations looking to just BE. Some may want to pursue a more masculine appeal: BIG muscles, low voice, talk less, brooding appeal. Others may feel they need to be more feminine: more dressy, talk more etc. And then others are a combination of both, OR, they can sway back and forth to fit the situation.

    I've learned, from guys here on RJ, that everyone is GREAT. Like SUPER F*CKIN' Great. No matter who you are. Like, some guys may be more attracted to more masculine guys, but that doesn't mean that they may be attracted to less masculine guys in other ways: humor, interests, ways of looking at the world, etc.

    I have always been attracted to the masculine types, most notably to the shit-eating grin bully types (Grrrrrrrrrrrr). But I love everyone who just wants to be themselves. I apologize when at times I've posted otherwise. Sometimes I worry too much about what the general public thinks, and how they want to judge us. Well, they should realize that even among the hetero community there are many varied types. Right?

    This is also a shout out to MuchMoreThanMuscles, who I realize I have more in common with than not: houseplants, fish, etc. How can you not connect with someone who likes houseplants! I mean really!

    So, this is the new mantra. Take it or leave it. You like what you like, but don't dislike what you don't know much about. Explore it and accept it. Everyone is just looking to BE.



    I don't have any idea what "more dressy (fashionable?), talk more, humor, interests (what interests? ) , ways of looking at the world (what ways?)" has to do with being "feminine" or "less masculine" and I don't think people should perpetuate the emasculation of men based on them not rigidly adhering to some strict definition of what it means to be masculine. Those things don't make you feminine. Now if a guy is sounding like a woman, and acting like a woman, and dressing like one/trying to look like one that makes him feminine, I think. The vast majority of gay men are nothing like that though.
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    Jan 10, 2012 12:04 AM GMT
    As someone relatively new to gay culture, it is very interesting to read all these us vs them threads. Whether fem vs masc, top vs bottom, gold card vs convert, monogomy vs open, (did I miss any), seems all cultures need to have a pecking order. What is it in human nature that drives us torward tribalism. Its understandable to see this behavior in a dominant culture, but I don't always expect it in an otherwise oppressed culture. I guess our fragile egos needs to know that we are not on the bottom rung of the ladder. There has always got be someone we deem inferior. Go figure.
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    Jan 10, 2012 12:20 AM GMT
    wrestlervic saidIt's called Winking Owl Chardonnay, $2.69 at Aldi.


    I like owls. Our Aldi stores don't have a liquor license, though. Are you sure that's not rebranded two-buck chuck?
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    Jan 10, 2012 1:17 AM GMT
    wrestlervic saidIt's called Winking Owl Chardonnay, $2.69 at Aldi.



    hehehe...
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    Jan 10, 2012 1:42 AM GMT
    I like owls too, especially those spotted owls. They have the neatest death-screech when they get hit with a solid 12ga. spread...


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    May 06, 2012 7:10 AM GMT
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