Chainers saidSure you werent.I was using them as adjectives, just like "top" was used as an adjective and not an insult.
I know you were just using it as an adjective, but the meaning behind it remains the same.
We love to do this as a culture, to bring people down by calling them a bottom or so forth, as if it makes them less of a man or a degrading thing (despite the fact that tops still need bottoms to get off).
We see it all the time in the masc/straight acting threads. "Oh straight acting just means you are a big old nelly bottom! Tee hee, I got them good!" when in actuality it further divides the culture into ridiculing anything we see as feminine and praising anything we see as masculine.
To get back on track to the topic, I dont care if men want to prune themselves. Quite frankly I prefer rugged guys myself but they seem to like pretty boys so it is a two way street. Everyone should just stop caring so much about everyone else and let them be.