Stupid Posts About Straight Guys

  • rebelbeard

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    May 18, 2012 2:29 PM GMT
    I don't mean to sound like a dick, but how stupid are some people on this site?

    Every time I log on there is always some post about how this guy is in love with, or hooking up with, straight guys.

    It seriously annoys me when some of you post because you are reading "signs" that this straight guy could be interested in you.

    First, what is so magical about you that you can change a person's sexual orientation?

    Second, when you act on those see-what-you-want-to-see "signs" you not only look like a creepy predator, but you make the rest of us look bad.

    For those of you who are like this towards close straight friends, you need to understand the difference between a close friendship and a close romantic relationship. How would you feel if your close girlfriend crossed boundaries in your friendship because of her feelings? It certainly ruins a good friendship.

    If someone identifies as straitght, then respect them and their identity. Is that not we as the gay community ask for?

    Quick story: I was at a straight bar a few weeks ago with a large group of friends. A couple of the friends were gay men. After a while I looked over and aaw the three gay man throwing themselves at these two younger guys. They were buying them liquor and getting them drunk. One of the gay men even kissed up on the straight guys neck! It was an incresibly awkward scene. I was livid. Then I overheard one of the guys tell his girlfriemd that "those guys are totally trying to fuck me." That put me over the top! I pulled the two straight guys aside (along with their girlfriends) and told them to stau away from those guys the rest of the night and that not all gay men are that creepy.

    Then I read the riot act to the three gay men. I laid into them about their disrespect and creepiness.

    Don't be those kind of gays!
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    May 18, 2012 2:40 PM GMT
    Right, because you've never had a crush on a straight guy?

    I'd be inclined to agree with you if these posters were our age, but people aren't born knowing what you know now. They learn it with experiences. They're just earlier on their road than you are, and there are things they have learned that you haven't yet.

    sooooo-ooo-oo-oooo chill!

    P.S. Caring about how someone else's behaviour makes you look bad could be one of those things at 40 you'll be frustrated with others doing.
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    May 18, 2012 2:57 PM GMT
    Damn you cock blocked them hard. Maybe the str8 guy and his girlfriend was thinking of a 3some before you ruined it.
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    May 18, 2012 6:16 PM GMT
    In love with straight guys threads are as pervasive and impossible to keep resurfacing as why don't white guys like me threads or guy above you threads. It can't be done, so do your best to ignore them and not try to attack the windmill.
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    May 18, 2012 6:22 PM GMT
    Amen, OP. You creep, you weep.
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    May 18, 2012 6:23 PM GMT
    dontknowwhy saidDamn you cock blocked them hard. Maybe the str8 guy and his girlfriend was thinking of a 3some before you ruined it.


    Uhh what gay man would go near a vag? eww
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    May 18, 2012 6:27 PM GMT
    Firebrand saidAmen, OP. You creep, you weep.


    Good luck making that new phrase happen, Gretchen.
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    May 18, 2012 6:33 PM GMT
    Ariodante said
    Firebrand saidAmen, OP. You creep, you weep.


    Good luck making that new phrase happen, Gretchen.


    ... I had the gif ready before you decided to sweep in.. grrr

    and Firebrand you sound like true blue aussie lol
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    May 18, 2012 6:33 PM GMT
    Ariodante said
    Firebrand saidAmen, OP. You creep, you weep.


    Good luck making that new phrase happen, Gretchen.


    Everyone active in the forums knows #YCYL...
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    May 18, 2012 6:34 PM GMT
    Don't you think the straight guys could take care of themselves. And in 2012, do you that has been their only contact with the gays. Don't get me wrong I understand what you are saying but was what you did really necessary?

    I don't go after straight guys because even though they would fuck my ass, they won't suck my dick.


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    May 18, 2012 8:31 PM GMT
    Firebrand said
    Ariodante said
    Firebrand saidAmen, OP. You creep, you weep.


    Good luck making that new phrase happen, Gretchen.


    Everyone active in the forums knows #YCYL...


    I was referring to your new creep & weep one.
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    May 18, 2012 8:39 PM GMT
    Although I'm sure everyones been attracted to someone straight in the past, it would equate to a woman trying to turn you straight. Like hell that will ever happen, so why even bother with straight men lol.
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    May 19, 2012 5:21 AM GMT
    Ariodante said
    Firebrand said
    Ariodante said
    Firebrand saidAmen, OP. You creep, you weep.


    Good luck making that new phrase happen, Gretchen.


    Everyone active in the forums knows #YCYL...


    I was referring to your new creep & weep one.


    I think it's fetch.
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    May 19, 2012 5:23 AM GMT
    eagermuscle said
    Ariodante said
    Firebrand said
    Ariodante said
    Firebrand saidAmen, OP. You creep, you weep.


    Good luck making that new phrase happen, Gretchen.


    Everyone active in the forums knows #YCYL...


    I was referring to your new creep & weep one.


    I think it's fetch.


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    May 19, 2012 5:51 AM GMT
    JPtheBITCH said
    Yes and a lot of us think it's stupid.


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    Jun 15, 2012 7:25 AM GMT
    HighOctane saidI don't mean to sound like a dick, but how stupid are some people on this site?

    Every time I log on there is always some post about how this guy is in love with, or hooking up with, straight guys.

    It seriously annoys me when some of you post because you are reading "signs" that this straight guy could be interested in you.

    First, what is so magical about you that you can change a person's sexual orientation?

    Second, when you act on those see-what-you-want-to-see "signs" you not only look like a creepy predator, but you make the rest of us look bad.

    For those of you who are like this towards close straight friends, you need to understand the difference between a close friendship and a close romantic relationship. How would you feel if your close girlfriend crossed boundaries in your friendship because of her feelings? It certainly ruins a good friendship.

    If someone identifies as straitght, then respect them and their identity. Is that not we as the gay community ask for?

    Quick story: I was at a straight bar a few weeks ago with a large group of friends. A couple of the friends were gay men. After a while I looked over and aaw the three gay man throwing themselves at these two younger guys. They were buying them liquor and getting them drunk. One of the gay men even kissed up on the straight guys neck! It was an incresibly awkward scene. I was livid. Then I overheard one of the guys tell his girlfriemd that "those guys are totally trying to fuck me." That put me over the top! I pulled the two straight guys aside (along with their girlfriends) and told them to stau away from those guys the rest of the night and that not all gay men are that creepy.

    Then I read the riot act to the three gay men. I laid into them about their disrespect and creepiness.

    Don't be those kind of gays!

    Im late, but the topic was so... "interesting" I had to respond.

    1. Sexuality is so wishy washy, always has been reguardless of what people "say", it is possible for straight men to fall for a gay man or whatnot because technically sexuality is not all black and white. There are gay, les, bi, pan, asexual, etc etc etc. If a straight guy hooked up with a gay guy, then that isnt an "in your mind" thing. Curiousity, Experimentation, Denial and just not knowing is not in your mind. Each situation is not the same. aways keep that in mind. Darling.

    2. You can't help who you fall for... I thought that was the most known fact here. So why is that stupid that people fall for what they can't have when most of us are surrounded by it. It is like being hungry but walking through restaurants all day to find one a mile away. Who wouldnt crave the nearest burger.

    "not the best analogy but it's late and I am sleepy"

    3. No one gay person makes any group look bad. Despite what people say. If a person chooses to judge an entire group based off the actions/beliefs of one, than the person who judges is the one who needs help not the gay person.

    That is the problem today, people are afraid to be themselves because of what others have to say. Gay community can be really hypocritical sometimes. We want to be ourselves but want to change others , because we don't like how others see us...wait huh.. what??? Does not make sense at all.

    4. Just because someone says they are straight doesnt mean they are. Yeah you should respect it if they say so, but straight men who are curious or closeted do have a habit or leading gays on/teasing them. Signals can be confused. Dating in general and getting to know someone is confusing at times. Everyone doesnt walk around with an IM GAY Bumper Sticker.

    5. Since when do people need others to speak for them? Did the straight guys not have the balls to say NO or backoff? I mean if some random guy I dont know comes and kisses me on the neck hes getting a hurricane of displeasure. Why did you feel the need to step in? Why did you feel the need to explain yourself? Why did you feel the need to express that all gay men are not like that, when in actuality anyone with a functioning brain knows all gays are not the same.

    I swear I am not trying to be rude or mean, but some of the things you say have a little bit of bitterness and self hatred and embarrassment issues with yourself aswell as others who do not conform with your way of thinking.

    Pretty dark, and that's funny coming from me, since i have been dubbed the king of doom and gloom here. =)
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    Jun 15, 2012 7:46 AM GMT
    JamieJfromtheA said
    HighOctane saidI don't mean to sound like a dick, but how stupid are some people on this site?

    Every time I log on there is always some post about how this guy is in love with, or hooking up with, straight guys.

    It seriously annoys me when some of you post because you are reading "signs" that this straight guy could be interested in you.

    First, what is so magical about you that you can change a person's sexual orientation?

    Second, when you act on those see-what-you-want-to-see "signs" you not only look like a creepy predator, but you make the rest of us look bad.

    For those of you who are like this towards close straight friends, you need to understand the difference between a close friendship and a close romantic relationship. How would you feel if your close girlfriend crossed boundaries in your friendship because of her feelings? It certainly ruins a good friendship.

    If someone identifies as straitght, then respect them and their identity. Is that not we as the gay community ask for?

    Quick story: I was at a straight bar a few weeks ago with a large group of friends. A couple of the friends were gay men. After a while I looked over and aaw the three gay man throwing themselves at these two younger guys. They were buying them liquor and getting them drunk. One of the gay men even kissed up on the straight guys neck! It was an incresibly awkward scene. I was livid. Then I overheard one of the guys tell his girlfriemd that "those guys are totally trying to fuck me." That put me over the top! I pulled the two straight guys aside (along with their girlfriends) and told them to stau away from those guys the rest of the night and that not all gay men are that creepy.

    Then I read the riot act to the three gay men. I laid into them about their disrespect and creepiness.

    Don't be those kind of gays!

    Im late, but the topic was so... "interesting" I had to respond.

    1. Sexuality is so wishy washy, always has been reguardless of what people "say", it is possible for straight men to fall for a gay man or whatnot because technically sexuality is not all black and white. There are gay, les, bi, pan, asexual, etc etc etc. If a straight guy hooked up with a gay guy, then that isnt an "in your mind" thing. Curiousity, Experimentation, Denial and just not knowing is not in your mind. Each situation is not the same. aways keep that in mind. Darling.

    2. You can't help who you fall for... I thought that was the most known fact here. So why is that stupid that people fall for what they can't have when most of us are surrounded by it. It is like being hungry but walking through restaurants all day to find one a mile away. Who wouldnt crave the nearest burger.

    "not the best analogy but it's late and I am sleepy"

    3. No one gay person makes any group look bad. Despite what people say. If a person chooses to judge an entire group based off the actions/beliefs of one, than the person who judges is the one who needs help not the gay person.

    That is the problem today, people are afraid to be themselves because of what others have to say. Gay community can be really hypocritical sometimes. We want to be ourselves but want to change others , because we don't like how others see us...wait huh.. what??? Does not make sense at all.

    4. Just because someone says they are straight doesnt mean they are. Yeah you should respect it if they say so, but straight men who are curious or closeted do have a habit or leading gays on/teasing them. Signals can be confused. Dating in general and getting to know someone is confusing at times. Everyone doesnt walk around with an IM GAY Bumper Sticker.

    5. Since when do people need others to speak for them? Did the straight guys not have the balls to say NO or backoff? I mean if some random guy I dont know comes and kisses me on the neck hes getting a hurricane of displeasure. Why did you feel the need to step in? Why did you feel the need to explain yourself? Why did you feel the need to express that all gay men are not like that, when in actuality anyone with a functioning brain knows all gays are not the same.

    I swear I am not trying to be rude or mean, but some of the things you say have a little bit of bitterness and self hatred and embarrassment issues with yourself aswell as others who do not conform with your way of thinking.

    Pretty dark, and that's funny coming from me, since i have been dubbed the king of doom and gloom here. =)


    ^^^^this

    I'm sorry HighOctane, I'm sure that your intentions were grand. But the gentlemanly thing to do is to wait until the person being molested actually shows signs of protest or displeasure - then you may intervene. Otherwise, you're just being the conformity police.
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    Jun 15, 2012 8:03 AM GMT
    I don't get it
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    Jun 15, 2012 8:08 AM GMT
    charlitos saidI don't get it


    I'll break it down for you. An admittedly not that old but old enough to already be irrelevant thread was unnecessarily revived with no discernible added contribution.

    ~The End~