curious minds who like to know if guys who like male femininity exist?

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    Oct 06, 2012 10:11 AM GMT
    This not a fem vs masc topic, however to to boredom an insomnia and have noticed that some feminine guys( feminine doesn't always mean androgynous) or a actually androgynous guys?? I ask this only because the vast majority like strictly "masculine guys" of one variety. I myself am neither of the two, but I just want to know if you guys are out there, and if you can explain why. It's fascinating seeing others take interest in people unfortunately deemed as a less disable by the mass majority, because it's different then I feel most people expect.
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    Oct 06, 2012 11:33 AM GMT
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    You tried to trick us...???
    This is another Masc/Fem thread... icon_confused.gif
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    Oct 06, 2012 11:54 AM GMT
    The only thing that comes from these idiotic threads are a bunch of fem guys getting angry that the masc guys they're into aren't into them, and insecure masc guys overcompensating for their masculinity. Look, we get it. Fems will always believe that masc who like masc will always be assholes, and masc who like masc want to fuck dudes and not chick-males. Just accept it and move on.
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    Oct 06, 2012 12:17 PM GMT
    Anocxu said220px-Gollum.PNG

    You tried to trick us...???
    This is another Masc/Fem thread... icon_confused.gif


    Exactly.
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    Oct 06, 2012 12:23 PM GMT
    Dave.. this topic has been beaten to death ...in every way shape or form...
    We don't mean to be mean... get some sleep don't be like me..!!

    http://www.realjock.com/gayforums/?searchtext=masculine

    http://www.realjock.com/gayforums/?searchtext=feminine

    http://www.realjock.com/gayforums/?searchtext=androgynous

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    Oct 06, 2012 12:44 PM GMT
    Anocxu saidDave.. this topic has been beaten to death ...in every way shape or form...
    We don't mean to be mean... get some sleep don't be like me..!!

    http://www.realjock.com/gayforums/?searchtext=masculine

    http://www.realjock.com/gayforums/?searchtext=feminine

    http://www.realjock.com/gayforums/?searchtext=androgynous



    And those are just the tip of the iceberg. Jerking off before bed does wonders for insomnia. Haha
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    Oct 06, 2012 1:30 PM GMT
    Guys, this is a very popular subject, and each spin or different take on it usually gets a good conversation going. For this one, I'd say first of all, I'm in between masc and fem in a nice neutral zone, most people can't tell, until I voluntarily clue them in, or until they catch me watching some hot guy walk by or something.
    I used to only want straight acting men, the more butch the better, I thought. But then I noticed some of them are actually very judgemental and criticizing of anything that could even slightly be gay, hating gay pride, disliking anyone who can't join in a sports conversation, etc.
    Well, I typically dislike judgemental, jump-to-conclusion people, so when I see signs of this, it's a turn off, and I find it hard to keep being friends with them.

    As far as being attracted, I'm really attracted to this type of guy who I think it's okay to be on the fem side: I love kind-hearted, outgoing types, shows an ongoing effort to maintain a healthy fitness level, striving to improve. I actually know a fem guy now that I'm very attracted to.
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    Oct 06, 2012 3:24 PM GMT
    FlyGuyAFga saidGuys, this is a very popular subject, and each spin or different take on it usually gets a good conversation going. For this one, I'd say first of all, I'm in between masc and fem in a nice neutral zone, most people can't tell, until I voluntarily clue them in, or until they catch me watching some hot guy walk by or something.
    I used to only want straight acting men, the more butch the better, I thought. But then I noticed some of them are actually very judgemental and criticizing of anything that could even slightly be gay, hating gay pride, disliking anyone who can't join in a sports conversation, etc.
    Well, I typically dislike judgemental, jump-to-conclusion people, so when I see signs of this, it's a turn off, and I find it hard to keep being friends with them.

    As far as being attracted, I'm really attracted to this type of guy who I think it's okay to be on the fem side: I love kind-hearted, outgoing types, shows an ongoing effort to maintain a healthy fitness level, striving to improve. I actually know a fem guy now that I'm very attracted to.


    I agree with everything you say, but I gotta say I tend to like guys who are comfortable and natural. I dont care if you are hyper masculine, as long as you are truly hyper masculine. Just like I feel a lot of feminine guys that we think of when we look at this thread are fake hyper feminine (due to a lot of societal and other issues as well) but still, extremes suck ass.

    Faker suck, that is all.
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    Oct 06, 2012 4:01 PM GMT
    I'm not too sure what you're asking for.

    At the end of the day, most people's attractions are based off their instinctual preferences. Some people mistake preferences with insecurities, that's a given.

    If you're asking whether there are men who are attracted feminine qualities in other men ? yes, there are. I'm quite androgynous looking and often get mistaken for a girl and I also have a soft voice, or at least that's what I have been told. I tend to be shy, modest and subdued. Some men identify those qualities as feminine, some don't. I have been approached by men and usually they'd point out that its the more feminine qualities that they like about me that attracted them to me. I still haven't found one who I can trust, but that's another story.

    I guess my point is that it is possible for gay/bi men to be attracted to feminine qualities in another man. Sure, not all gay men are and most will definately tell you that they prefer more masculine men, but that's just how it is.

    For anyone who is insecure about this issue, please stop. It's possible, you just need to have an open mind, be comfortable with yourself and give it time. Don't chase people down the street with sexually charged innuendos or behaviour.

    The people that you are looking for are out there, you just haven't met them yet.

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    Oct 06, 2012 4:16 PM GMT
    Chainers said


    I agree with everything you say, but I gotta say I tend to like guys who are comfortable and natural. I dont care if you are hyper masculine, as long as you are truly hyper masculine. Just like I feel a lot of feminine guys that we think of when we look at this thread are fake hyper feminine (due to a lot of societal and other issues as well) but still, extremes suck ass.

    Faker suck, that is all.


    Yeah that's true. you can kinda tell when either side are trying way too hard.
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    Oct 06, 2012 4:53 PM GMT
    Yeah, they're out there. Also remember that many self-proclaimed "masc" guys tend to more feminine characteristics than they believe or would care to admit.
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    Oct 06, 2012 5:18 PM GMT
    FlyGuyAFga saidGuys, this is a very popular subject, and each spin or different take on it usually gets a good conversation going. For this one, I'd say first of all, I'm in between masc and fem in a nice neutral zone, most people can't tell, until I voluntarily clue them in, or until they catch me watching some hot guy walk by or something.
    I used to only want straight acting men, the more butch the better, I thought. But then I noticed some of them are actually very judgemental and criticizing of anything that could even slightly be gay, hating gay pride, disliking anyone who can't join in a sports conversation, etc.
    Well, I typically dislike judgemental, jump-to-conclusion people, so when I see signs of this, it's a turn off, and I find it hard to keep being friends with them.

    As far as being attracted, I'm really attracted to this type of guy who I think it's okay to be on the fem side: I love kind-hearted, outgoing types, shows an ongoing effort to maintain a healthy fitness level, striving to improve. I actually know a fem guy now that I'm very attracted to.


    thank you very much, I actually relate a lot to you, in my photot I may appear flam'n however, when i open my mouth I sound like a average guy. and believe or not, most people assume I'm a metro, or fashion forward but never gay. you can call b.s all you want but in my case it's true. thank for your honest answer. I'm not trying to stir up arguments, I really want to know if there are actually any at all, masculine guys who are attracted to feminine guys, I only know of one example but it's not "ultra masc" and "fem" more so "the most masculine between the two and fem". There's these designers who go by the "The Blonds". One of them dress in suits and very casual clothes that more formal aswell. the other basically dresses like a woman in every way.

    a unfortunately I'm not attracted to them myself, i really wish I was though, they can be so sweet, but never say never I guess, I'm open to it. but there's a place for them, and I'd say it's with 50/50 Bisexual guys or Pansexual guys.
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    Oct 06, 2012 5:22 PM GMT
    I don't care if the person I fall in love with and loves me back is more feminine/masculine than me. I would still consider myself lucky if the perfect guy just happens to be feminine
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    Oct 06, 2012 5:34 PM GMT
    NO FEMZ!
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    Oct 06, 2012 5:35 PM GMT
    I don't care as long as they have muscles whether they are masc or "fem."
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    Oct 06, 2012 5:39 PM GMT
    Phoenyx saidI don't care if the person I fall in love with and loves me back is more feminine/masculine than me. I would still consider myself lucky if the perfect guy just happens to be feminine


    That's how I feel, and it's really cool to find like minded people, but I really just curious as to is there indeed these unicorn masculine guys out there who prefer a feminine partner at all.
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    Oct 06, 2012 5:44 PM GMT
    redsoxfan791 saidThe only thing that comes from these idiotic threads are a bunch of fem guys getting angry that the masc guys they're into aren't into them, and insecure masc guys overcompensating for their masculinity. Look, we get it. Fems will always believe that masc who like masc will always be assholes, and masc who like masc want to fuck dudes and not chick-males. Just accept it and move on.


    This truly and honestly was not for that purpose. I am truly and honestly curious about the subject presented. just to know because i want to know, and see if any of these guys actually comes forward and shares there attraction so I can understand more and expand my thoughts somewhat. hear another human perspective.
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    Oct 06, 2012 6:30 PM GMT
    I'd like to say that people get way too caught up with labels, its true, but since so many people do they come in handy. I wouldn't say I'm feminine, but I dance like a girl. (lots of booty shaking) other than that the things about me that make me differ from straight men I would define as gay, not feminine. I think something that we need to make clear to ourselves first is, what is the difference between being very gay, and being feminine? If it's just tone of voice, the way we dress, and expessions we use I get it, but for me at least its deeper that that.
    To answer your question. I don't mind a guy that can be a little feminine, but If the first word that comes to mind when describing him is "fem" he might be a bit too much for me.