"Gay men and straight women have similar brains"

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    Aug 10, 2015 9:29 PM GMT
    "Gay men and straight women appear to have similar brains, in some respects. The findings are new evidence that homosexuals may be born with a predisposition to be gay."

    Link > http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2008/06/080616-gay-brain.html

    This thread was inspired by some insecure gays who deny the clear co-relation between SOME gay men and femininity. As most gays prefer to avoid clear proof let's take this to a scientific level.

    Factors that relate SOME gays to women:
    - Gay lisp and mannerisms: many gays sounding and acting feminine.
    - Words like "man-pussy" used in the gay community to refer to a mans asshole.
    - Gays referring to each others as if they were girls "shut up gurl! I can't stand John she's so basic".
    - Drag queens: supposedly gay men who identify 100% as men but for some reason enjoy dressing up and acting as girls. ETC.

    Do you deny the co-relation between some gay men and women?

    Discuss.
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    Aug 10, 2015 9:38 PM GMT
    How humans are 97% the same as orangutans: New research shows how DNA matches

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-1350807/How-humans-97-orangutans-New-research-shows-DNA-matches.html

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    Aug 10, 2015 9:43 PM GMT
    "In some ways the brains of straight men and lesbians are on similar wavelengths, the research suggests. Likewise, gay men and straight women appear to have similar brains, in some respects. The findings are new evidence that homosexuals may be born with a predisposition to be gay."


    In other Medical findings:

    Why bisexual men may not really exist


    "In physical response studies (using a recording tool called a penile plethysmograph), we find that self-identified straight men and self-identified gay men respond as you would expect with a category-specific response. So straight men are more aroused by watching footage of same-sex activity between women; gay men are more aroused by watching footage of same-sex activity between men.

    ‘However 95% of of self-identified bisexual men are only aroused by the footage of same-sex activity between men, the remaining 5% are only aroused by the footage of same-sex activity between women.'"

    http://www.gaystarnews.com/article/why-straight-women-and-bisexual-men-may-not-really-exist250912/
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    Aug 10, 2015 10:04 PM GMT
    David666k said"Gay men and straight women appear to have similar brains, in some respects. The findings are new evidence that homosexuals may be born with a predisposition to be gay."

    Link > http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2008/06/080616-gay-brain.html

    This thread was inspired by some insecure gays who deny the clear co-relation between SOME gay men and femininity. As most gays prefer to avoid clear proof let's take this to a scientific level.

    Discuss


    Davy, I'm not insecure. I don't want to be the "woman" as you 'clearly' do.

    I've tried on dresses and leather, it's all drag LOL, neither are ME. I'm as GAY as they come, I think I tested 98% GAY!!! I don't self-identify as a woman as you do. I like MEN: their ass, their pecs, arms....all of it.

    In your confusion of being BI you have to associate yourself as being a woman. So with a woman you are the man, with a man you are the woman.....pretty simple really.

    You are text book gender dysphoria:
    the condition of feeling one's emotional and psychological identity as male or female to be opposite to one's biological sex.

    It's great to admit it. I feel Catlin Jenner always was a 'she' and she is what she should be. I applaud her courage. She is a lesbian because she still likes women. You could still be BI, as the article above states that women are more 'fluid' and are naturally BI.

    Maybe your next screen name should be CatlinBi666?

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    Aug 10, 2015 10:31 PM GMT
    ^ Timmm55 is a clear example of an insecure gay that feels threatened by the existence of fem gays, so he attacks others accusing them of what he fears the most: to be known as a bottom fem.

    Fortunately I'm very confident of my sexuality and the role I always play so his idiotic insult attempts mean nothing to me. (And even if I was a fem or bottom I wouldn't consider as an insult either).

    Timmm55's reaction is an example of the general discrimination against fems. He's using that as an insult trying to create embarrassment. How would people who actually are gay fems feel after reading that? icon_neutral.gif

    It's funny because Timmm55 is the guy that whines about the discrimination against HIV+ gays like him, and expects everyone to respect him, quite an hypocrite eh.
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    Aug 10, 2015 10:35 PM GMT
    David666k said^ Timmm55 is a clear example of an insecure gay that feels threatened by the existence of fem gays, so he attacks others accusing them of what he fears the most (to be known as a bottom fem).

    Fortunately I'm very confident of my sexuality and the role I always play so his idiotic insult attempts mean nothing to me. (And even if I was a fem or bottom I wouldn't consider as an insult either).

    Timmm55's reaction is an example of the general discrimination against fems. He's using that as an insult trying to create embarrassment. How would people who actually are gay fems feel after reading that? icon_neutral.gif

    It's funny because Timmm55 is the guy that whines about the discrimination against HIV+ gays like him, and expects everyone to respect him, quite an hypocrite eh.


    David lighten up!

    Your psychobabble BS is ridiculous. That's what I'm making fun of.


    Edit: "Fortunately I'm very confident of my sexuality and the role I always play...."

    ???? You're Bi, you can't be the same "role." Does she have a strap on?
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    Aug 10, 2015 10:36 PM GMT
    Timmy won icon_lol.gif
    anyway, I still feel sad icon_sad.gif
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    Aug 10, 2015 10:43 PM GMT
    Who really cares what you have to say OP? You lost all credibility for a forum discussion because of your vile history.
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    Aug 10, 2015 10:45 PM GMT
    Zigs_01 saidWho really cares what you have to say OP? You lost all credibility for a forum discussion because of your vile history.


    What vile history? icon_rolleyes.gif

    Also who cares who the OP is, I linked to a scientific research and results. Discuss that.

    I smell people interested in the topic (90 views in 10 mins) but no one dares to share their views.
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    Aug 10, 2015 10:48 PM GMT
    MuchMoreThanMuscle saidGayvita always has to start a thread of this nature. When he pestering us on the site with his previous account he created a similar thread. In fact, it was nearly identical.

    Touched a nerve?
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    Aug 10, 2015 11:00 PM GMT
    Similar brains I can take. Usually, straight women are much smarter with a higher IQ then straight men.

    Similar sexually???

    Thanks the stars above......NO!!! I like what I can do and I am glad I don't have a cockless body. I wouldn't know what to think?icon_razz.gificon_razz.gificon_razz.gificon_razz.gif
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    Aug 10, 2015 11:03 PM GMT
    ^ Finally a normal response with a personal point of view.
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    Aug 10, 2015 11:07 PM GMT
    Manpussy, "shut up gurl", etc. are relatively new terms used since the internet started. Women have a g-spot and some gay men now refer to their prostate gland as a g-spot or p-spot.icon_rolleyes.gif Gay tops imitate straight men during sex, while gay bottoms imitate women's actions, some even removing hair from their anal area, like a women removing hair from her vaginal area.

    Lisps, limp wrists, etc. were always there. Gay men have icons like Cher, Barbra Streisand, and others that women like but many straight men can't stand. Some of the top designers of women's clothing are gay men. There are similarities between gay men and women and also similarities between lesbians and straight men. But not all gays or lesbians are stereotypes, those are the ones who stand out.
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    Aug 10, 2015 11:11 PM GMT
    David666k said^ Finally a normal response with a personal point of view.


    It's all good man. I sometime think I get along better with "normal" straight women than I do with straight men. They like me and I like them....but, only in conversation, socialisation and business situations. For some reason, they trust me explicitly.....atleast my opinion & advise matters to them!! It's a good thing really!!

    Now, emotionally, I seem to resonate with men. Straight men and gay men. Odd mix to the punch, but, I conect with them in fitness, health and sports on a one on one level. It's cool because I think I figured out how to tap into the best of ALL worlds. Straight men like me because, most of them or at least many I know.....do not look physically fit. So I got em!! lol
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    Aug 10, 2015 11:14 PM GMT
    Compaq saidManpussy, "shut up gurl", etc. are relatively new terms used since the internet started. Women have a g-spot and some gay men now refer to their prostate gland as a g-spot or p-spot.icon_rolleyes.gif Gay tops imitate straight men during sex, while gay bottoms imitate women's actions, some even removing hair from their anal area, like a women removing hair from her vaginal area.

    Lisps, limp wrists, etc. were always there. Gay men have icons like Cher, Barbra Streisand, and others that women like but many straight men can't stand. Some of the top designers of women's clothing are gay men. There are similarities between gay men and women and also similarities between lesbians and straight men. But not all gays or lesbians are stereotypes, those are the ones who stand out.


    ^ 1+

    Hair stylist is also a very classic fem gay profession. Agree that not all gay men fit the stereotype though.

    I think some of the fem characteristics are seen in the latest years because there is much more freedom nowadays than in the past. Maybe a guy calling another "girl' is not an outrage like 40 years ago. In other words liberalism in the western world allowed some gays to let themselves go and act more naturally like they always wanted.
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    Aug 10, 2015 11:17 PM GMT
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    Zigs_01 saidWho really cares what you have to say OP? You lost all credibility for a forum discussion because of your vile history.


    What vile history? icon_rolleyes.gif


    This qualifies as vile:
    "It's funny because Timmm55 is the guy that whines about the discrimination against HIV+ gays like him, and expects everyone to respect him, quite an hypocrite eh."

    Whining about HIV discrimination?

    " WHO cites fear of stigma and discrimination as the main reason why people are reluctant to get tested, disclose their HIV status and take antiretroviral drugs. 5

    One study found that participants who reported high levels of stigma were over four times more likely to report poor access to care. 6 This contributes to the expansion of the global HIV epidemic and a higher number of AIDS-related deaths.

    An unwillingness to take an HIV test means that more people are diagnosed late, when the virus may have already progressed to AIDS. This makes treatment less effective, increasing the likelihood of transmitting HIV to others, and causing early death.

    "The epidemic of fear, stigmatization and discrimination has undermined the ability of individuals, families and societies to protect themselves and provide support and reassurance to those affected. This hinders, in no small way, efforts at stemming the epidemic. It complicates decisions about testing, disclosure of status, and ability to negotiate prevention behaviours, including use of family planning services." 7

    - See more at: http://www.avert.org/hiv-aids-stigma-and-discrimination.htm#sthash.c18Mp0lI.dpuf


    Do you find that Ha Ha funny and Whinny????

    If someone respects me or not, I'm posting HIV news. Get over it.

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    Aug 10, 2015 11:20 PM GMT
    Sisters of Jock ville......lol

    I loved it when I walked past a few guys I knew in high school..... who were the so called "jocks" of the crowd back then and received the greatest compliment....dude, you look better now then when I seen you last (umpteen years ago) .....HAHAHAAA
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    Aug 10, 2015 11:26 PM GMT
    2Bnaked saidP.S.

    I loved it when I walked past a few guys I knew in high school..... who were the so called "jocks" of the crowd back then and received the greatest compliment....dude, you look better now then when I seen you last (umpteen years ago) .....HAHAHAAA


    Yeah that is classic most gays look better than straight guys the same age who usually stop taking care of themselves, get fat let wives buy their clothes
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    Aug 10, 2015 11:29 PM GMT
    MuchMoreThanMuscle saidBasically what's happening here is Gayvita snorts a line of blow (or two or seven) and then his heart palpitates and his nearly nonexistent pea-sized brain races with all sorts of thoughts. This topic is a repeated epiphany he, for some banal reason, he obsesses over.


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    We can all ask what are YOU smoking dude? You say I cause theatrics in the forums......well, darling.......look who's talking!!

    I never forget a remark! icon_wink.gif
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    Aug 10, 2015 11:33 PM GMT
    David666k said
    Compaq saidManpussy, "shut up gurl", etc. are relatively new terms used since the internet started. Women have a g-spot and some gay men now refer to their prostate gland as a g-spot or p-spot.icon_rolleyes.gif Gay tops imitate straight men during sex, while gay bottoms imitate women's actions, some even removing hair from their anal area, like a women removing hair from her vaginal area.

    Lisps, limp wrists, etc. were always there. Gay men have icons like Cher, Barbra Streisand, and others that women like but many straight men can't stand. Some of the top designers of women's clothing are gay men. There are similarities between gay men and women and also similarities between lesbians and straight men. But not all gays or lesbians are stereotypes, those are the ones who stand out.


    ^ 1+

    Hair stylist is also a very classic fem gay profession. Agree that not all gay men fit the stereotype though.

    I think some of the fem characteristics are seen in the latest years because there is much more freedom nowadays than in the past. Maybe a guy calling another "girl' is not an outrage like 40 years ago. In other words liberalism in the western world allowed some gays to let themselves go and act more naturally like they always wanted.


    Yeah, male hair stylists and makeup artists are more likely to be gay than not.

    Some gay men like to emasculate another man and some like to be emasculated as there are no women in the picture, it's their roleplay and sometimes their real life play. Gays can be cubs, bears, twinks, etc which doesn't exist for hetero males.
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    Aug 10, 2015 11:33 PM GMT
    MuchMoreThanMuscle said
    2Bnaked said
    MuchMoreThanMuscle saidBasically what's happening here is Gayvita snorts a line of blow (or two or seven) and then his heart palpitates and his nearly nonexistent pea-sized brain races with all sorts of thoughts. This topic is a repeated epiphany he, for some banal reason, he obsesses over.


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    We can all ask what are YOU smoking dude? You say I cause theatrics in the forums......well, darling.......look who's talking!!

    I never forget a remark! icon_wink.gif


    I don't really care what you forget.


    I really don't care if you care!! lol...but I did remind you....
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    Aug 10, 2015 11:38 PM GMT
    Compaq said
    David666k said
    Compaq saidManpussy, "shut up gurl", etc. are relatively new terms used since the internet started. Women have a g-spot and some gay men now refer to their prostate gland as a g-spot or p-spot.icon_rolleyes.gif Gay tops imitate straight men during sex, while gay bottoms imitate women's actions, some even removing hair from their anal area, like a women removing hair from her vaginal area.

    Lisps, limp wrists, etc. were always there. Gay men have icons like Cher, Barbra Streisand, and others that women like but many straight men can't stand. Some of the top designers of women's clothing are gay men. There are similarities between gay men and women and also similarities between lesbians and straight men. But not all gays or lesbians are stereotypes, those are the ones who stand out.


    ^ 1+

    Hair stylist is also a very classic fem gay profession. Agree that not all gay men fit the stereotype though.

    I think some of the fem characteristics are seen in the latest years because there is much more freedom nowadays than in the past. Maybe a guy calling another "girl' is not an outrage like 40 years ago. In other words liberalism in the western world allowed some gays to let themselves go and act more naturally like they always wanted.


    Yeah, male hair stylists and makeup artists are more likely to be gay than not.

    Some gay men like to emasculate another man and some like to be emasculated as there are no women in the picture, it's their roleplay and sometimes their real life play.



    Gays can be cubs, bears, twinks, etc which doesn't exist for hetero males.


    Oh they exist alright, they just don't sublabel them like the LGBT community seems to.
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    Aug 10, 2015 11:48 PM GMT
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    Compaq said
    David666k said
    Compaq saidManpussy, "shut up gurl", etc. are relatively new terms used since the internet started. Women have a g-spot and some gay men now refer to their prostate gland as a g-spot or p-spot.icon_rolleyes.gif Gay tops imitate straight men during sex, while gay bottoms imitate women's actions, some even removing hair from their anal area, like a women removing hair from her vaginal area.

    Lisps, limp wrists, etc. were always there. Gay men have icons like Cher, Barbra Streisand, and others that women like but many straight men can't stand. Some of the top designers of women's clothing are gay men. There are similarities between gay men and women and also similarities between lesbians and straight men. But not all gays or lesbians are stereotypes, those are the ones who stand out.


    ^ 1+

    Hair stylist is also a very classic fem gay profession. Agree that not all gay men fit the stereotype though.

    I think some of the fem characteristics are seen in the latest years because there is much more freedom nowadays than in the past. Maybe a guy calling another "girl' is not an outrage like 40 years ago. In other words liberalism in the western world allowed some gays to let themselves go and act more naturally like they always wanted.


    Yeah, male hair stylists and makeup artists are more likely to be gay than not.

    Some gay men like to emasculate another man and some like to be emasculated as there are no women in the picture, it's their roleplay and sometimes their real life play.



    Gays can be cubs, bears, twinks, etc which doesn't exist for hetero males.


    Oh they exist alright, they just don't sublabel them like the LGBT community seems to.


    There are too many labels. They may have the body type, but I've never heard a straight man refer to himself using those words. And it's not like a woman is going to post an online ad seeking a twink, bear, or cub.icon_lol.gif
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    Aug 11, 2015 12:10 AM GMT
    Femininity is a cultural construct.
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    Aug 11, 2015 12:14 AM GMT
    MuchMoreThanMuscle said
    2Bnaked said

    I really don't care if you care!! lol...but I did remind you....


    Remind me of what?

    I wasn't addressing you and now here you are coming to Gayvita's rescue as if he were some damsel in distress.

    Joking here I am!! You like to attack people for no reason. You have tried it with me.....however, I don't care.

    What am I smoking? Are you offended by my statement because you yourself partake in "blow" activities. Sorry if the truth hurts.

    You had the photo snorting not me.... Only thing I partake in is fresh squeezed juice!!!

    You, on the other hand, are generally antagonizing several members of the site on a daily basis.

    DO NAME NAMES>>??? I never bother anyone until they talk shit about me for no reason... I am usually, just trying to understand things. Nothing serious here really!!
    Take some accountability for your own actions.

    I was teasing you...sorry lighten up

    Calling me "darling?" Is this how you address a straight guy too? NO wonder they don't get along with you as well as women do.
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    Your not straight so I figured you would get the humor. I was playing with you!! Of course I never talk like that, only to my ladie friends..... hahah Not men!! I am very business like in my day to day professional interaction. I never waver. Here I might.... So Mr. Serious, it was a spoof! In other words....CHILL