Do you prefer to hangout with straights or gays? Do you have both?

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    Apr 07, 2014 2:23 AM GMT
    I only hangout with straights. Whether they are male or female.The only gay friends I have are the ones I have here lol. BUt generally speaking, I just feel awkward being with other gays. They usually just talk about sex and hooking up. Am I the only one? icon_smile.gif
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    Apr 07, 2014 2:30 AM GMT
    owl_bundy saidmy close friends are straight. all of the gay guys that i've befriended are far away or are have made themselves distant. then again, i really don't care because i realize that sexual orientation has nothing to do with how someone becomes a close friend. it has to do with personality.


    I usually feel uncomfortable with other gay dudes. I'm afraid they might try to seduce me lol
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    Apr 07, 2014 2:32 AM GMT
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    Apr 07, 2014 2:33 AM GMT
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    Apr 07, 2014 2:36 AM GMT
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    owl_bundy saidmy close friends are straight. all of the gay guys that i've befriended are far away or are have made themselves distant. then again, i really don't care because i realize that sexual orientation has nothing to do with how someone becomes a close friend. it has to do with personality.


    I usually feel uncomfortable with other gay dudes. I'm afraid they might try to seduce me lol


    i agree. from my experience, dealing befriending gay guys in person. it's either..

    1. they are really distant where they say hi in a blue moon or never at all...

    2. they act like they have an ulterior motive such as they want to sleep with you or get with you.

    shit is weird. the internet is a different story altogether. i've befriended guys from the internet BUT it's not the same in real life. i've met some people on other gay web forums and their real life personalities do NOT match their online personalities, at all.


    They basically live a double life. That's why I joined meetup.com but sadly there isn't anything where I live.
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    Apr 07, 2014 2:40 AM GMT
    With good people, gay, straight, trans, pan etc.
    If we are just friends, their sex lives does not bother me.
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    Apr 07, 2014 2:41 AM GMT
    owl_bundy said
    Xavier92 said
    owl_bundy said
    Xavier92 said
    owl_bundy saidmy close friends are straight. all of the gay guys that i've befriended are far away or are have made themselves distant. then again, i really don't care because i realize that sexual orientation has nothing to do with how someone becomes a close friend. it has to do with personality.


    I usually feel uncomfortable with other gay dudes. I'm afraid they might try to seduce me lol


    i agree. from my experience, dealing befriending gay guys in person. it's either..

    1. they are really distant where they say hi in a blue moon or never at all...

    2. they act like they have an ulterior motive such as they want to sleep with you or get with you.

    shit is weird. the internet is a different story altogether. i've befriended guys from the internet BUT it's not the same in real life. i've met some people on other gay web forums and their real life personalities do NOT match their online personalities, at all.


    They basically live a double life. That's why I joined meetup.com but sadly there isn't anything where I live.


    a double life in reference to what???



    That they are a different person online and another in real life.
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    Apr 07, 2014 2:42 AM GMT
    Sweetooth saidWith good people, gay, straight, trans, pan etc.
    If we are just friends, their sex lives does not bother me.


    But it's very difficult to finds gays that just want to be friends.
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    Apr 07, 2014 2:43 AM GMT
    If I don't want to fuck you I couldn't care less about your sexual orientation. It really doesn't matter to me.
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    Apr 07, 2014 2:44 AM GMT
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    Xavier92 saidI usually feel uncomfortable with other gay dudes. I'm afraid they might try to seduce me lol
    Not with that face they won't.


    Why? Do I look that menacing?
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    Apr 07, 2014 2:47 AM GMT
    immunity said
    jmusmc85 said
    immunity said
    Xavier92 saidI usually feel uncomfortable with other gay dudes. I'm afraid they might try to seduce me lol
    Not with that face they won't.
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    lol Dude, he also think you're ugly. Don't flirt with that twat.
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    Apr 07, 2014 2:50 AM GMT
    Straight guys or guys who like guys. So both.
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    Apr 07, 2014 2:52 AM GMT
    owl_bundy said
    Xavier92 said
    owl_bundy said
    Xavier92 said
    owl_bundy said
    Xavier92 said
    owl_bundy saidmy close friends are straight. all of the gay guys that i've befriended are far away or are have made themselves distant. then again, i really don't care because i realize that sexual orientation has nothing to do with how someone becomes a close friend. it has to do with personality.


    I usually feel uncomfortable with other gay dudes. I'm afraid they might try to seduce me lol


    i agree. from my experience, dealing befriending gay guys in person. it's either..

    1. they are really distant where they say hi in a blue moon or never at all...

    2. they act like they have an ulterior motive such as they want to sleep with you or get with you.

    shit is weird. the internet is a different story altogether. i've befriended guys from the internet BUT it's not the same in real life. i've met some people on other gay web forums and their real life personalities do NOT match their online personalities, at all.


    They basically live a double life. That's why I joined meetup.com but sadly there isn't anything where I live.


    a double life in reference to what???



    That they are a different person online and another in real life.


    no, they were who they said they were. it's that when you see someone in person where you hear their voice, see them talk, their mannerisms and etc, it's different from how you pictured them in real life even with the pictures they've posted of themselves. i'm sure it's the same way on here. i assure you that i am not the same way on here like how i am in real life. same thing with you, breh.


    Oh, now I get it.
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    Apr 07, 2014 3:01 AM GMT
    Xavier92 said
    owl_bundy saidmy close friends are straight. all of the gay guys that i've befriended are far away or are have made themselves distant. then again, i really don't care because i realize that sexual orientation has nothing to do with how someone becomes a close friend. it has to do with personality.


    I usually feel uncomfortable with other gay dudes. I'm afraid they might try to seduce me lol


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    Apr 07, 2014 11:23 AM GMT
    I generally feel comfortable around other gay guys. My experience with a lot of straight guys has been hearing them talk about how much they are going to get laid tonight and or sports. Sports doesn't interest me and the talk about getting laid is with a woman so that doesn't interest me either.

    Now straight girls, we can talk about lots of things for hours, lol.
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    Apr 07, 2014 11:26 AM GMT
    Straight guys.
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    Apr 07, 2014 3:10 PM GMT
    MikkyB saidI generally feel comfortable around other gay guys. My experience with a lot of straight guys has been hearing them talk about how much they are going to get laid tonight and or sports. Sports doesn't interest me and the talk about getting laid is with a woman so that doesn't interest me either.

    Now straight girls, we can talk about lots of things for hours, lol.


    I like to hangout with non stereotypical straight guys. Like the ones into nerdy stuff. I also hate sports. Sports are dumb icon_lol.gif
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    Apr 07, 2014 8:55 PM GMT
    I've mostly had female and male straight friends. I've had too much trouble with gay guys wanting more than friendship and not taking no for an answer when I'm not interested. So I would typically just move on without their friendship ...
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    Apr 07, 2014 8:56 PM GMT
    th3ro saidI've mostly had female and male straight friends. I've had too much trouble with gay guys wanting more than friendship and not taking no for an answer when I'm not interested. So I would typically just move on without their friendship ...


    That has been my experience too. And then comes the annoying questions like Are you top or bottom? Do you think that guy is hot? etc.
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    Apr 07, 2014 9:00 PM GMT
    Xavier92 said
    th3ro saidI've mostly had female and male straight friends. I've had too much trouble with gay guys wanting more than friendship and not taking no for an answer when I'm not interested. So I would typically just move on without their friendship ...


    That has been my experience too. And then comes the annoying questions like Are you top or bottom? Do you think that guy is hot? etc.


    There were a few instances over the years when I persisted for a fairly long while despite this, but in the end it just got to awkward, or they became resentful. It's not really worth the trouble.
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    Apr 08, 2014 12:00 PM GMT
    th3ro said
    Xavier92 said
    th3ro saidI've mostly had female and male straight friends. I've had too much trouble with gay guys wanting more than friendship and not taking no for an answer when I'm not interested. So I would typically just move on without their friendship ...

    That has been my experience too. And then comes the annoying questions like Are you top or bottom? Do you think that guy is hot? etc.

    There were a few instances over the years when I persisted for a fairly long while despite this, but in the end it just got to awkward, or they became resentful. It's not really worth the trouble.

    This is for sure.
    Also, as I get older, I don't want to hang out.
    I'd rather do something with a few people or do nothing with just one.