Are gays messed up in the head

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    Oct 14, 2012 4:21 AM GMT
    Well, are we?

    I spent an entire week taking a road trip with my straight friends and I feel completely normal. Happy and shit.

    I spent an entire week on a road trip with gay friends I feel like a freak.

    .....I might be right.
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    Oct 14, 2012 4:24 AM GMT
    You say freak like it's a bad thing. icon_neutral.gif
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    Oct 14, 2012 4:31 AM GMT

    Well, perhaps it's the gay friends you picked. icon_wink.gif
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    Oct 14, 2012 4:38 AM GMT
    meninlove said
    Well, perhaps it's the gay friends you picked. icon_wink.gif


    That. Because, no.
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    Oct 14, 2012 4:40 AM GMT
    Thread of the night.
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    Oct 14, 2012 4:43 AM GMT
    No, we're considerably smarter, more artistic and culturally superior to straight people.
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    Oct 14, 2012 4:46 AM GMT
    I'm curious what happened to the OP and his gay friends.

    And what didn't happen with his straight friends.
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    Oct 14, 2012 4:52 AM GMT
    Yes, all straight people are perfectly wonderful. All heterosexual relationships are perfect, too. And all straight guys are the best friends a person could ever have. As a matter of fact, I don't know why the heteros allow us to exist on their, otherwise, perfect planet. We sure are stinking up the place!

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    Oct 14, 2012 2:30 PM GMT
    Trollileo saidGay people are all 50 shades of cray.


    This.
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    Oct 14, 2012 3:15 PM GMT
    We gotta give ourselves some slack on being at least a little "messed up". I mean our puberty is a little more fucked up than that of your average straight kid. Imagine how "normal" we'd feel if we grew up being told that it's ok to be gay, that God loves gays and we didn't have to "come out" to people? Also imagine how normal we'd feel if 96% of the world were gay and we had so many people to choose from for partners? Hell, a lot of gay guys don't even have male friends. Socialization is a bitch. That's why we're a little off. I'm doing my part to help though. Are you?
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    Oct 14, 2012 3:19 PM GMT
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    Oct 14, 2012 3:26 PM GMT
    Myol saidWe gotta give ourselves some slack on being at least a little "messed up". I mean our puberty is a little more fucked up than that of your average straight kid. Imagine how "normal" we'd feel if we grew up being told that it's ok to be gay, that God loves gays and we didn't have to "come out" to people? Also imagine how normal we'd feel if 96% of the world were gay and we had so many people to choose from for partners? Hell, a lot of gay guys don't even have male friends. Socialization is a bitch. That's why we're a little off. I'm doing my part to help though. Are you?


    QFT
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    Oct 14, 2012 3:27 PM GMT

    H E L L - A - N O !

    But they never fail! the word ->

    H A P P E N I N G !


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    Oct 14, 2012 3:28 PM GMT
    It just sounds like you had a bad time with your gay friends and/or you have bad gay friends.

    I know lots of stable, amazing gay people.
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    Oct 14, 2012 3:29 PM GMT
    Yes.

    Ain't it HOT!!!!!!

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    Oct 14, 2012 3:35 PM GMT
    xrichx saidI'm curious what happened to the OP and his gay friends.

    And what didn't happen with his straight friends.


    Exactly. Not enough information to comment.

    Vast generalizations are difficult to address.

    Smells like a troll.
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    Oct 14, 2012 4:03 PM GMT
    Gay or straight , some are messed up , some are not ..You cannot generalize.
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    Oct 14, 2012 4:12 PM GMT
    xrichx saidI'm curious what happened to the OP and his gay friends.

    And what didn't happen with his straight friends.


    THIS.

    What probably happened was;
    His straight guy buddies didn't treat him like the token gay guy, they had a few drinks, gangbanged him, and he was happy.

    His gay friends didn't like what he was wearing and envious that he got laid, so they picked on him the whole time.

    Yes, we're crazy Betches.
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    Oct 14, 2012 4:23 PM GMT
    How do you have all this time to be taking week-long road trips everywhere?
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    Oct 14, 2012 4:24 PM GMT
    The correct answer is YERP!!
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    Oct 14, 2012 4:28 PM GMT
    It's one of the many reasons I refuse to use the -G- word!
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    Oct 14, 2012 4:28 PM GMT
    not anymore than anyone else...we just practice "exceptionalism" like everyone else, where the pain of our differences cause us to feel as if we are unique in our cluelessness. our lives are "colored" differently, perhaps, because of our unique experiences as gays, but we don't really suffer or fuck up more than others, I think. but the longer we think we do, those few ounces of self-pity do us a world of harm. they keep us faced in the wrong direction when we are looking for answers. Robert(a garden variety marginalized child of the universe) ; ]
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    Oct 14, 2012 4:40 PM GMT
    BritSean saidThe correct answer is YERP!!


    The judges would have also accepted DERP
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    Oct 14, 2012 4:41 PM GMT
    Dallasfan824 said
    BritSean saidThe correct answer is YERP!!


    The judges would have also accepted DERP


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    Oct 14, 2012 5:46 PM GMT
    Are gays messed up in the head

    That would be a generality. Lots of people have eccentricities and quirks, straight or gay, that confinement during a long car trip can magnify, and bring out some weirdness you didn't know about. Therefore you choose your traveling companions carefully. NOTICE: long stories follow -

    We go down to Key West with another gay couple fairly often, 400 miles round trip. My partner sits up front and yaks with the driver the whole way (we always go in their bigger car, so they drive). I HATE non-stop chatter in a car, but I know that's what's gonna happen, so I tell myself to chill, which I can manage for 4 hours.

    I sit in the back with the other partner, who's fortunately as quite as me, and we both read or use our tablets. Plus I love the scenery on the long bridges between the Keys, ocean on both sides of us. And just as well the other guy is mostly quiet, because when he does speak it's about spacey topics that are totally freaky to me.

    But this couple also likes to stop & shop all the way down to KW, whereas I'm the kinda guy who just wants to stay in the car and drive nonstop until we get there. And the stuff they shop bores me to tears, so I can't wait to get back in the car and be going again. I wanna spend my time in Key West, not waste it in stores along the way.

    Yet I don't say a word, don't make any fuss or pull an attitude. I know this is their way, along with a few other annoying peculiarities, and my partner seems OK with it. If it were a serious problem my solution is to not travel with them in the first place, and not bring the problem into the car.

    We're driving to New Hampshire and back to spend Christmas & New Years, 3000 miles round trip. We're going up with one member of a gay couple in his car, and returning in the same car with the other partner who will have already flown up ahead. Meanwhile the first partner who initially drove will now fly back to Florida solo, all due to their schedule conflicts, which compels each of them to leave & return on different days.

    We didn't want to fly this year, fed up with airline hassles, and they were taking a car up anyway, to bring stuff to their vacation home and to avoid having to rent a car there. So it's an opportunity for us to drive instead of fly, and help out with the driving, at about the same cost as airline tickets.

    We have no hesitation to spend that much time in the car with each of them, because we know them very well, and have traveled through New England with them before. Nor would they have suggested the idea to us, if they found us to be messed up in the head ourselves. But we all mutually know another gay couple that none of us would travel with, whose quirks are tolerable at parties & dinners, but would drive us to suicide if trapped in a car with them for several days.