Not Into the "Straight Scene" ??

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    Aug 03, 2008 12:19 AM GMT
    There seems to be a lot of trouble in straight society. Crime, drug abuse, unwanted pregnancy, unemployment, laziness, lack of responsibility and manners, alcholism, violence against children and spouses, rape, gangs, failing schools, sex at clubs, and a general uncaring and stand offish attitude with many guys and girls...

    Do you think it would be idiotic for straights to avoid the straight scene or would it be the smart thing to do?

    I used to be a part of the straight scene, but i decided to pull back into a safer happier world and so now my village is exactly the way I want it to be.

    Am I missing something? Does this mean I have a bias against all straight people? Are they all like that? When I think of the straight scene, these are the first things that comes to mind, so it makes sense that prety much all of them are the same way.

    I think a lot of straight people had screwed up upbringings, which causes them to misbehave and generally be unhappy in life. It's sad to see so many straights walking around with this self imposed stigma. I don't want to deal with it, so I don't want to be part of straight events, causes, neighborhood things etc.
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    Aug 03, 2008 12:31 AM GMT
    if by "straight scene" you're actually referring to clubbing...then yes, I don't enjoyed it too much. I don't enjoy having to pay cover charge, so that I may pay more for my alcohol which I'm likely to have to buy in the gallons considering the lines at the bar.

    The only redeeming quality would be the music though. Anyway I'm usually dragged into one by my straight friends who constantly wonder why I have no gf. So what now a club's the solution!? First of all I'm not too promiscuous so it'll be highly unlikely that I'll hook up with anyone there, then secondly THEY HAVE WOMANLY PARTS!!! ahhh! *runs*
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    Aug 03, 2008 12:41 AM GMT
    Clubbing at straight places are weird. The people get so drugged up and drunk...snorting coaine in the bathroom....having sex in a corner, or in the parking lot, plus the nusic is kind bad and loud.

    No, I don't only mean clubbing. I mean, like for instance....I went to a meeting the other day...everyone was straight, but they all had such strong bitchy opinions. And at the grocery, I could tell the guy was straight, but he was so stuck up. And my neighbors are always partying. A few are even in AA and rehab. Plus, straight people gammble a lot and spend too much money on frivilous things like designer clothes and expensive haircuts.

    Plus, all the men try to act and sound the same which is kind of annoying.

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    Aug 03, 2008 12:44 AM GMT
    This was a nice try at mocking the "gay scene" thread, but I don't think it flies. There are some things that are universal (gay and straight). As much as you'd like to "say it aint so", there is a commonly agreed upon "gay scene". Unfortunately, there's not a commonly agreed upon "straight scene".

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    Aug 03, 2008 12:44 AM GMT
    If you are content and happy with your life as it is, why mess with a good thing?
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    Aug 03, 2008 12:53 AM GMT
    It's often hard to tell the difference here (Austin). Isn't New York similar in that way, KP?
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    Aug 03, 2008 12:54 AM GMT
    XRuggerATX saidIt's often hard to tell the difference here (Austin). Isn't New York similar in that way, KP?


    yeah.
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    Aug 03, 2008 12:59 AM GMT
    XRuggerATX saidIt's often hard to tell the difference here (Austin). Isn't New York similar in that way, KP?

    New Orleans too. But then again, I get a haircut for $12, but I am still not cute as most of y'all.

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    Aug 03, 2008 1:07 AM GMT
    The only thing that really makes me blow my head off in straight clubs is that women are able to get in free, and not men, even tho I as a PERSON could give two shits if women are their or not. Second, is the attitude from the straight guys. You cant even look at them "wrong" or bump into them accidentally with out it being some of kind of an issue. They all seem to have some macho bull shitty attitude. Another thing that bugs me is, when your at a straight club you can only dance a certain way. Considering its ok for women to dance alone, or in a group, but forbidden for men to do so.
    And the worst thing about me is, when i get liquored up i tend to almost forget im at a straight bar, which becomes a whole other dangerous issue.

    And have i ever mentioned just how almost every single women their just swears up and down you want to sleep with her. Im not going to say all of the women are stuck up, but very few are down to earth. And the ones that are, badly want to sleep with you, and that is not what i came their to do! Oh god, and when one dose want to sleep with you and you kindly try and give her the slip, some how your friends take notice and ponders out loud as to why you turned that down because they if were you they would have hit that SO HARD.
    Lord Christ, im just exhausted thinking about this shit.
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    Aug 03, 2008 1:12 AM GMT
    Luckydog76 said
    XRuggerATX saidIt's often hard to tell the difference here (Austin). Isn't New York similar in that way, KP?

    New Orleans too. But then again, I get a haircut for $12, but I am still not cute as most of y'all.


    beauty is in the eyes of the beholder.

    Want say what it costs to get my hair done every 5 weeks; but it's a lot more than $12.

    Give up the clubs, and eat out instead. The boundary of gay and str8 are not so defined, not in my village anyway.......
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    Aug 03, 2008 1:14 AM GMT
    Wow where the hell have you guys been in the past? I'm more irritated at gay places than at straight places. I've never been to places where people were snorting coke or having sex in the corner. That's trashy as all hell. I do get irritated at girls being overly aggressive and trying to get up on me, but the same thing happens with guys at gay clubs. And being that I am a pretty big guy, it's usually little scrawny feminine guys...which I'm not into at all. Both scenes have their pros and cons, you just simply can't stereotype one entire scene based on a few bad experiences.
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    Aug 03, 2008 1:27 AM GMT
    In2LectualBlkMan saidWow where the hell have you guys been in the past? I'm more irritated at gay places than at straight places. I've never been to places where people were snorting coke or having sex in the corner. That's trashy as all hell. I do get irritated at girls being overly aggressive and trying to get up on me, but the same thing happens with guys at gay clubs. And being that I am a pretty big guy, it's usually little scrawny feminine guys...which I'm not into at all. Both scenes have their pros and cons, you just simply can't stereotype one entire scene based on a few bad experiences.


    There you go man.....that's exactly my point.
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    Aug 03, 2008 1:38 AM GMT
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    In2LectualBlkMan saidWow where the hell have you guys been in the past? I'm more irritated at gay places than at straight places. I've never been to places where people were snorting coke or having sex in the corner. That's trashy as all hell. I do get irritated at girls being overly aggressive and trying to get up on me, but the same thing happens with guys at gay clubs. And being that I am a pretty big guy, it's usually little scrawny feminine guys...which I'm not into at all. Both scenes have their pros and cons, you just simply can't stereotype one entire scene based on a few bad experiences.


    There you go man.....that's exactly my point.



    Sorry...I don't pick up on sarcasm via internet very well. Lol.
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    Aug 03, 2008 3:39 AM GMT
    LOL. Too funny! perfect sarcasm and satire icon_lol.gif Well you know what they say about "the scene" icon_lol.gif
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    Aug 03, 2008 5:17 AM GMT
    Thanks KPicon_lol.gifLoved it! And I respectfully disagree with the responder who thought you were stretching it; although he made a point that there IS an established perception of a "gay scene", it is just that--a perception, and not an accurate depiction of all the thousands of individuals within it, with a wide range of interests and personalities.
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    Aug 03, 2008 6:27 PM GMT
    halltd saidThis was a nice try at mocking the "gay scene" thread, but I don't think it flies. There are some things that are universal (gay and straight). As much as you'd like to "say it aint so", there is a commonly agreed upon "gay scene". Unfortunately, there's not a commonly agreed upon "straight scene".



    Did we actually agree on a definition of "gay scene" in that other thread? I'm sure my gay scene here in Kansas is substantially different from the scene on the coasts. My problem with the term "gay scene" is that it seems to be used by many of us in a condescending and superior manner; as in "I'm not a part of that". But alas, I think we all are part of it and "it" doesn't have to be a negative experience.
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    Aug 03, 2008 6:41 PM GMT
    KissingPro said Crime, drug abuse, unwanted pregnancy, unemployment, laziness, lack of responsibility and manners, alcholism, violence against children and spouses, rape, gangs, failing schools, sex at clubs, and a general uncaring and stand offish attitude with many guys and girls...

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    I think a lot of straight people had screwed up upbringings, which causes them to misbehave and generally be unhappy in life. It's sad to see so many straights walking around with this self imposed stigma. I don't want to deal with it, so I don't want to be part of straight events, causes, neighborhood things etc.


    Aren't you essentially describing the entire gay D.C. scene? (unwanted pregnancy excepted, of course)