do you like femme guys

  • ZakSayWhat

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    Feb 04, 2015 12:36 AM GMT
    and if you don't, why?


    and if you do, why?

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    Feb 04, 2015 12:50 AM GMT
    ZakSayWhat saidand if you don't, why?
    and if you do, why?

    If it's for a quickie and he's handsome, has a hot body, and a big dick, sure, why not?
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    Feb 04, 2015 12:36 PM GMT
    Absolutely not! I prefer men who act masculine. If I wanted to be with a girl, I'd be with a real one, not a guy that acts like one. Just my preference.
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    Feb 04, 2015 4:03 PM GMT
    I really recommended op downloads that grindr app.
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    Feb 04, 2015 4:28 PM GMT
    ZakSayWhat saidand if you do, why?
    i got a league of straight bro friends to do projects with. discovered lesbians too. Both dont care past their second beer.

    My husband really completes my life with out putting static in my gaybro self confidence.
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    Feb 04, 2015 4:31 PM GMT
    Lumpyoatmeal said
    ZakSayWhat saidand if you don't, why?
    and if you do, why?

    If it's for a quickie and he's handsome, has a hot body, and a big dick, sure, why not?


    Premedmuscjock saidAbsolutely not! I prefer men who act masculine. If I wanted to be with a girl, I'd be with a real one, not a guy that acts like one. Just my preference.


    +1000

    With that mindset, you might as well ask if I'd fuck a girl if I was horny. The answer to both is "NO." Nothing turns me off quicker than a guy who acts fem. I can be friends with them but it's not going to go past that.
  • HottJoe

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    Feb 04, 2015 5:00 PM GMT
    I love them. My favorite reality show is RuPaul's Drag Race.
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    Feb 04, 2015 5:47 PM GMT
    Premedmuscjock saidAbsolutely not! I prefer men who act masculine. If I wanted to be with a girl, I'd be with a real one, not a guy that acts like one. Just my preference.


    I concur with that answer icon_smile.gif
  • Svnw688

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    Feb 04, 2015 6:13 PM GMT
    Without putting too fine a point on it, what is femme?

    I like guys who are genuine and themselves. I don't mind a little sass, eye rolling or a guy ordering a Cosmo.

    I DO object to exaggerated and consciously acting feminine (just as overly masculine acting guys turn me off). True, some males are genuinely super femme or super masculine, but I can spot those. It's the 99% of posers that tick me off.

    Just be yourself and I'll be turned on. Act like a flaming queen trying to desperately imitate the (legitimately awesome) queens on RuPaul or that sassy gay series character you just watched, and I'll be turned off faster than you can imagine. If you're ACTING, no go. If you're naturally femme, that's fine.
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    Feb 04, 2015 6:28 PM GMT
    Svnw688 saidWithout putting too fine a point on it, what is femme?


    +1
    so you are saying having a femme partner really is an outward expression of your gay confidence.
  • Tig3r

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    Feb 04, 2015 6:58 PM GMT
    I prefer my guys to be on the more fem side, not as in CD but I am generally more attracted to less masc guys.
  • ZakSayWhat

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    Feb 04, 2015 9:44 PM GMT
    HottJoe saidI love them. My favorite reality show is RuPaul's Drag Race.


    <3
  • ZakSayWhat

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    Feb 04, 2015 9:45 PM GMT
    Some ppl think I'm the muse for Kurt from Glee tbh
  • Apparition

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    Feb 05, 2015 4:22 AM GMT
    my bf is a yeti...so...no.
  • buddycat

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    Feb 05, 2015 5:19 AM GMT
    pazzy saiddoesn't matter to me..

    though it's a bit annoying if someone is over the top with it regardless whether a guy is overmasculine or overeffeminate. i think a guy that is overmasculine is more annoying than an overeffeminate guy though because it seems like he's trying too hard. an overeffeminate guy can be very annoying too and sometimes, creepy especially if it's one of those guys that will openly hit on other guys or eye dudes up like icon_eek.gif. it's like no matter how much you go out there drinking beer, wearing football jerseys, out growing your beard, eating buffalo wings, go to the gym to lift weights and etc. if you're a born cocksucker, you're still going to be a born cocksucker regardless of how you carry yourself so might as well get over that shame no matter how difficult it is.

    but speaking of that... i've seen some funny shit at the mall some years ago where i think a young gay couple was strolling around.. don't think they were a couple though. the thing that cracked me up was how the overmasculine guy who was some big husky dude told the overeffeminate guy who was a short skinny guy to chill out when he was all trying to hold his hand and lean against him. icon_lol.gif i walked past them. they were looking over at me and i could see the contrast between them both. the short guy was all trying to be romantic with the other dude, seemed happy and compared where he didn't mind enjoying in pda and the big guy was embarrassed and ashamed. maybe he was in the closet and trying to get comfortable with him. guess that's why the big dude straight up said "chill out bro" when the short guy reached for his hand. the short guy seemed confused like "what did i do wrong?" icon_lol.gif



    The overly masculine guy with something to prove has internalized homophobia issues maybe which is simply too much work dealing with.
  • Being

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    Feb 05, 2015 5:43 AM GMT
    What is femme anyway? It it just acting like a teenage or preteen girl? Where does that leave the men who aren't completely masculine?
  • wesv

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    Feb 05, 2015 6:47 AM GMT
    Not the extremely feminine ones. I'm attracted to some guys who are slightly feminine. It can be kinda cute.
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    Feb 05, 2015 1:46 PM GMT
    No. Not at all.
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    Feb 05, 2015 3:53 PM GMT
    Hmmm...On my account-Id rather he be a masculine metro sexual,However,I recently had an informal audience with a most charming muscle fem gentleman I've ever laid my eyes on! Certainly, I could've done without the incessant hand gestures and ballet poise from him,but an all rounder-good conversationalist(4 lack of a better term)
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    Feb 05, 2015 7:52 PM GMT
    From Plato's Gorgias:

    Philosophy, as a part of education, is an excellent thing, and there is no disgrace to a man while he is young in pursuing such a study; but when he is more advanced in years, the thing becomes ridiculous, and I feel towards philosophers as I do towards those who lisp and imitate children. For I love to see a little child, who is not of an age to speak plainly, lisping at his play; there is an appearance of grace and freedom in his utterance, which is natural to his childish years. But when I hear some small creature carefully articulating its words, I am offended; the sound is disagreeable, and has to my ears the twang of slavery. So when I hear a man lisping, or see him playing like a child, his behavior appears to me ridiculous and unmanly and worthy of stripes.

    And I have the same feeling about students of philosophy; when I see a youth thus engaged-the study appears to me to be in character, and becoming a man of liberal education, and him who neglects philosophy I regard as an inferior man, who will never aspire to anything great or noble. But if I see him continuing the study in later life, and not leaving off, I should like to beat him, Socrates; for, as I was saying, such a one, even though he have good natural parts, becomes effeminate. He flies from the busy center and the market-place, in which, as the poet says, men become distinguished; he creeps into a corner for the rest of his life, and talks in a whisper with three or four admiring you, but never speaks out like a freeman in a satisfactory manner.
  • Svnw688

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    Feb 05, 2015 10:08 PM GMT
    MGINSD saidFrom Plato's Gorgias:

    Philosophy, as a part of education, is an excellent thing, and there is no disgrace to a man while he is young in pursuing such a study; but when he is more advanced in years, the thing becomes ridiculous, and I feel towards philosophers as I do towards those who lisp and imitate children. For I love to see a little child, who is not of an age to speak plainly, lisping at his play; there is an appearance of grace and freedom in his utterance, which is natural to his childish years. But when I hear some small creature carefully articulating its words, I am offended; the sound is disagreeable, and has to my ears the twang of slavery. So when I hear a man lisping, or see him playing like a child, his behavior appears to me ridiculous and unmanly and worthy of stripes.

    And I have the same feeling about students of philosophy; when I see a youth thus engaged-the study appears to me to be in character, and becoming a man of liberal education, and him who neglects philosophy I regard as an inferior man, who will never aspire to anything great or noble. But if I see him continuing the study in later life, and not leaving off, I should like to beat him, Socrates; for, as I was saying, such a one, even though he have good natural parts, becomes effeminate. He flies from the busy center and the market-place, in which, as the poet says, men become distinguished; he creeps into a corner for the rest of his life, and talks in a whisper with three or four admiring you, but never speaks out like a freeman in a satisfactory manner.


    @MGINSD .......so fem isn't in? icon_cool.gif

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  • Destinharbor

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    Feb 05, 2015 11:13 PM GMT
    I'm not into fem as in the guy who talks and acts (and thinks?) like a 13 yo girl, but a solid guy who is gentle in his surroundings can be a pleasure.
  • Zigs_01

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    Feb 05, 2015 11:28 PM GMT
    Masculinity is important regardless of your sexual orientation n. However, most people in this thread don't have a clear definition of the phrase "feminine guys."

  • Svnw688

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    Feb 06, 2015 12:06 AM GMT
    Zigs_01 saidMasculinity is important regardless of your sexual orientation n. However, most people in this thread don't have a clear definition of the phrase "feminine guys."



    Oh I'm sorry, I don't have a "clear definition" of a random and arbitrary word/term that is relative vis-a-vis culture, geography, time and socio-economic level.

    You're a basic b if you think "masculine" means the same thing in NYC as it does in Memphis, TN. What'll get you women in Manhattan will get you hate-crimed in Staten Island.

    I can't with your smug pronouncements and equivocation. Are you even familiar with the term cultural relativism?

    Newsflash: 200 years ago, in this very country no less, wigs and heels were MASCULINE accoutrements:
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  • Sunny_x9

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    Feb 06, 2015 7:38 AM GMT
    don't want to put in reasons
    but yez I do like femme guys as well