ROYCE13 saidHi there fellows, I have been off the site for a long bit, but on today and noticed the topic. I read the few responses and then looked at the age group of the replies so far, and since many of you are in your 20's , it makes sense of the point of views. I am bi and most of the time have to deal with everyones idea of what bi it (I do not go around saying I am bi, gay or straight) but being bi confuses all the above and ourselves at times. But the point is , regarding sexuality, there are no generalizations, and it takes time, experience and research to know this. Also as you state being fem is also subjective to many people and there are no norms as well. Not all fem men are fem in dress etc... so then they all are different as well. I do not like the word fem. and mass and or straight and never use them to describe myself or what I am looking for, but for your FYI since this is a forum, I am not attracted to men who cross dress or are fem in behavior, I am attracted to very fem women yet who are strong and confident. So you can read what you like into all I presented. Also a man that is fem is not always in to dressing fem or wearing make up and or cross dressing etc... So that is why the word fem is not really productive. I only bothered to stop by and present since you all have valid thoughts but maybe have not experienced enough to know the world is just too big and yet to small and when you think you know something, you find out that you do not and that can be applied to most things beyond this topic. So just some food for thought.
don't you yourself seem to confuse pansexuality with bisexuality?
As for the people who are into cross-dressers or into cross-dressing, well I think it is more of a fetish. And sure you can argue with me on those points
since it is all more about definitions of definitions, more than anything.
Plus there are transgendered people, transsexuals, queergender and two spirited people, and all mean different things.
And no, you CANNOT go and name them all fem guys.