HottJoe saidStraight people are the same way. Straight men treat everything like a pissing contest and call each other names all the time. You gotta let it roll off your back.
None of my straight friends treat each other like that.
Mine do... he is right.. it's one big competition is seems.. how many girls you can get? how much sex someone is having? how much can you drink? whose car is better? who can lift more? who is stronger? who can be the biggest asshole?
I remember at my last job, every girl i was with it seemed like i had to be having sex with her. I was like what.. and then me being in to guys.. added even more pressure to everything.
You have weird friends. No offense.......
Dude, this is how most guys act with each other. They call each other names and compete.
People aren't perfect, there will be bickering and insults thrown around. Some people may act superior to others, but we are all just confused and uncertain.
I don't understand though. Compete for what? When a guy is bitchy that actually gets me turned off. I mean, like bitchiness is supposed to be a turn-on?!
Bitchiness is a turn off, but there is a difference between bitchiness and competing.
In terms of gay men, we compete against each other, whether it is looks, intelligence, humor, or money to attract each other.... hahaha sounds kinda crazy... but I suppose it works.
Some guys are attracted to crude domineering personalities. Some guys like drama queens. Oddly enough, if you want true acceptance, you need to accept the bitchiness.