I am SIIIICK and tired of these masculinity threads

  • free_mind12

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    May 06, 2013 2:38 PM GMT
    Nature is not so aptly defined all spectra are produced with regards to our disposed sex, not gender (a social construct in the most pure context-meaning prescribed behavior and interpretation), whereas sex is based solely on our sexual organs and sexual characteristics..

    Nature throws a cog in the wheel by having some born with both sex organs, then how do we define sex? It becomes the infantile context of gender..

    Thus a redefinition of masculinity for the twenty-first century is needed...

    Any one can play masculine or feminine roles.........
    Some men can create the illusion of a vagina through surgery
    Some women can almost, but not completely create the illusion of a penis through surgery
    Some men act feminine
    Some women act masculine

    But as far as masculinity goes and what it is, well here goes:

    The traits, behaviors and dispositions relegated to persons who are born genetically male(S), in which a person of the female sex would never, ever, ever, ever, under any circumstances, be it through acting, behavior, disposition or surgery exhibit or want to exhibit as it relates to persons of the male sex. That is masculinity.

    And what about hermaphrodites, well, they are just stuck in between

    And that gentlemen and ladies, is my two sense on the matter!icon_rolleyes.gif

  • free_mind12

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    May 06, 2013 4:10 PM GMT
    what ? no replies?
  • gwuinsf

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    May 06, 2013 4:11 PM GMT
    Then why did you start one?
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    May 06, 2013 4:15 PM GMT
    gwuinsf saidThen why did you start one?


    this was my thought.. I think the topic of the thread is accurate, however it could have been posted in the "What's on your Mind" thread .. eliminating the additional thread on masculinity.
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    May 06, 2013 5:12 PM GMT
    people should just be themselves and stop trying to be followers following a leader that doesn't exist. it's as if individuality is dead.
  • AMoonHawk

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    May 06, 2013 5:14 PM GMT
    ooooo ... aren't you the butch one throwing around all your butchness and maculinitinessness icon_lol.gificon_lol.gif
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    May 06, 2013 9:46 PM GMT
    I think the threads about masculinity are important for some folks. This site constantly has waves of new users coming and going. As new folks come here, as maybe an outlet into gay life, they often wonder about masculinity. What one man finds attractive, may not attract the next. Some guys crave that uber masculine, ultra "straight-acting" (for lack of a better term) man. others find it appalling (sp?).

    Does that question get old to some users? possibly. we know what we like....there's really no major change I think in our attractiveness to masculinity in a man or not over time. sure people may change specific things....but ultimately if you like a macho man, or a femme man, you're going to stick with it. So I can see if you've already figured out what you like, this question is kinda useless.

    But if you're young and/or new and haven't quite found what you're looking for, I think it's a great topic of discussion.
  • free_mind12

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    May 07, 2013 7:39 AM GMT
    hmnnn mnnn
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    May 07, 2013 7:50 AM GMT


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    May 07, 2013 7:52 AM GMT
    willular saidI think the threads about masculinity are important for some folks. This site constantly has waves of new users coming and going. As new folks come here, as maybe an outlet into gay life, they often wonder about masculinity. What one man finds attractive, may not attract the next. Some guys crave that uber masculine, ultra "straight-acting" (for lack of a better term) man. others find it appalling (sp?).

    Does that question get old to some users? possibly. we know what we like....there's really no major change I think in our attractiveness to masculinity in a man or not over time. sure people may change specific things....but ultimately if you like a macho man, or a femme man, you're going to stick with it. So I can see if you've already figured out what you like, this question is kinda useless.

    But if you're young and/or new and haven't quite found what you're looking for, I think it's a great topic of discussion.


    Good post
  • jimjock

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    May 07, 2013 9:55 AM GMT
    He means cents.
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    May 07, 2013 10:06 AM GMT
    willular said As new folks come here, as maybe an outlet into gay life, they often wonder about masculinity.


    Yeah totally agree with this.

    Not a big fan of the masculinity crisis/analysis threads but i'm a 28 year old man who has already been through the process.

    I'd be more annoyed if people didn't question these things on a regular basis because it's an important conversation to have as homosexuality becomes more accepted by society and the stereotypes start to go out the window.
  • free_mind12

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    May 07, 2013 11:22 AM GMT
    jimjock saidHe means cents.


    no I didn't it was a pun...icon_rolleyes.gif
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    May 07, 2013 11:27 AM GMT
    I recently saw a documentary about how India acknowledges three sexes. I have no idea why something as big as that is not common knowledge.

    http://www.pewsocialtrends.org/2011/02/07/india-census-offers-three-gender-options/

    I also saw a talk show once where the person had no sexual identification either biologically or socially.
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    May 08, 2013 4:18 PM GMT
    Oh, butch up mary and quit yer whinin'.