Jul 17, 2012 3:42 AM GMT
If gay marriage was legal would that change the attributes guys look for in other guys? Obviously this is a myopic view of gay relationships, but society's stance on same-sex marriage seems to stifle the promotion of monogamous relationships in the gay community. Since gay people can't really get married in America, it seems as though gay guys see no reason for pursuing a monogamous relationship. As such, the desirable traits of a guy are not attributes like intelligence, kindness, and personality, but looks and physical appearance. I realize heterosexual people can be just as vain, but it seems (at least from my limited experience) that it is disproportionately higher among gay people.