Gay Men Giving Mixed Signals

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    I keep having this weird thing happen to me. It's happened my whole life actually and I'm just wondering if it happens to other guys too....

    There's this guy I've been seeing around town for the longest time. I've always had a crush on him (admittedly a physical one.) I've always assumed he was straight but I was parking my car one day and I saw him go into a gay bar, so I figured he wasn't straight after all. I've been pretty relentless in making a point to always speak to him but he never speaks back. In fact, he doesn't even acknowledge my existence at all. I didn't want to admit that he just wasn't into me so I convinced myself that maybe he's hard of hearing or maybe I wasn't speaking loud enough, LOL. So the next time I saw him I said "HEY, how are you doing?" in a louder than usual tone. He looked right through me and just nodded his head and kept on walking. So at this point I reluctantly get the message he's definitely not interested. icon_neutral.gif

    Fast forward to a few days later: I'm standing on the sidewalk taking a business call. I look up and he's with a few other guys that I know are gay. Suddenly they all start looking over at me and are obviously talking about me. I already assume this guy dislikes me for some reason so I get really uncomfortable knowing they're talking about me. Feeling really creepy and uncomfortable I start walking the other direction. Suddenly he runs up to me and puts his hand on my shoulder and wants to know if he can talk to me. Puzzled as fuck, I agreed, not knowing what the hell is on his mind. He told me he was just talking about me with his friends and that he thought I had "good energy" and wanted to meet me. So we talked for over an hour right there on the sidewalk and really clicked. I didn't bring up the fact that he has been snubbing me for several years until the next day. His explanation was that he gets caught up in his own world and tends not to notice his surroundings sometimes. Not sure I believe him but can't think of a reason why he would lie either.

    This scenario has happened to me countless times.....where a guy shows absolutely no interest in me, then suddenly thinks I'm the best thing since sliced bread. icon_confused.gif

    Just curious if this happens to any of you guys or is it just some freak thing that happens to me.
  • HottJoe

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    Aug 20, 2015 6:50 PM GMT
    He sounds fem. J/k.

    Actually, gay men are notoriously sketchy about making eye contact with the guys they want most and letting their desires be known. We're a product of our conditioning. Nearly all of us have trouble talking to guys we like, and the guys who don't have this issue really can take their pick.

    I think he was lying about being in his own world, though he might be unaware he's lying. I bet he noticed you long ago and it was his friends who encouraged him to approach you.

    I think he's cured of his shyness around you, and it's up to you if you still have an interest in him.
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    Radd saidI keep having this weird thing happen to me. It's happened my whole life actually and I'm just wondering if it happens to other guys too....

    There's this guy I've been seeing around town for the longest time. I've always had a crush on him (admittedly a physical one.) I've always assumed he was straight but I was parking my car one day and I saw him go into a gay bar, so I figured he wasn't straight after all. I've been pretty relentless in making a point to always speak to him but he never speaks back. In fact, he doesn't even acknowledge my existence at all. I didn't want to admit that he just wasn't into me so I convinced myself that maybe he's hard of hearing or maybe I wasn't speaking loud enough, LOL. So the next time I saw him I said "HEY, how are you doing?" in a louder than usual tone. He looked right through me and just nodded his head and kept on walking. So at this point I reluctantly get the message he's definitely not interested. icon_neutral.gif

    Fast forward to a few days later: I'm standing on the sidewalk taking a business call. I look up and he's with a few other guys that I know are gay. Suddenly they all start looking over at me and are obviously talking about me. I already assume this guy dislikes me for some reason so I get really uncomfortable knowing they're talking about me. Feeling really creepy and uncomfortable I start walking the other direction. Suddenly he runs up to me and puts his hand on my shoulder and wants to know if he can talk to me. Puzzled as fuck, I agreed, not knowing what the hell is on his mind. He told me he was just talking about me with his friends and that he though I had "good energy" and wanted to meet me. So we talked for over an hour right there on the sidewalk and really clicked. I didn't bring up the fact that he has been snubbing me for several years until the next day. His explanation was that he gets caught up in his own world and tends not to notice his surroundings sometimes. Not sure I believe him but can't think of a reason why he would lie either.

    This scenario has happened to me countless times.....where a guy shows absolutely no interest in me, then suddenly thinks I'm the best thing since sliced bread. icon_confused.gif

    Just curious if this happens to any of you guys or is it just some freak thing that happens to me.


    Maybe he thought you were straight and he didn't want to out himself coming on to you. Did his friends confirm your homosexuality?
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    Radd saidI keep having this weird thing happen to me. It's happened my whole life actually and I'm just wondering if it happens to other guys too....

    There's this guy I've been seeing around town for the longest time. I've always had a crush on him (admittedly a physical one.) I've always assumed he was straight but I was parking my car one day and I saw him go into a gay bar, so I figured he wasn't straight after all. I've been pretty relentless in making a point to always speak to him but he never speaks back. In fact, he doesn't even acknowledge my existence at all. I didn't want to admit that he just wasn't into me so I convinced myself that maybe he's hard of hearing or maybe I wasn't speaking loud enough, LOL. So the next time I saw him I said "HEY, how are you doing?" in a louder than usual tone. He looked right through me and just nodded his head and kept on walking. So at this point I reluctantly get the message he's definitely not interested. icon_neutral.gif

    Fast forward to a few days later: I'm standing on the sidewalk taking a business call. I look up and he's with a few other guys that I know are gay. Suddenly they all start looking over at me and are obviously talking about me. I already assume this guy dislikes me for some reason so I get really uncomfortable knowing they're talking about me. Feeling really creepy and uncomfortable I start walking the other direction. Suddenly he runs up to me and puts his hand on my shoulder and wants to know if he can talk to me. Puzzled as fuck, I agreed, not knowing what the hell is on his mind. He told me he was just talking about me with his friends and that he though I had "good energy" and wanted to meet me. So we talked for over an hour right there on the sidewalk and really clicked. I didn't bring up the fact that he has been snubbing me for several years until the next day. His explanation was that he gets caught up in his own world and tends not to notice his surroundings sometimes. Not sure I believe him but can't think of a reason why he would lie either.

    This scenario has happened to me countless times.....where a guy shows absolutely no interest in me, then suddenly thinks I'm the best thing since sliced bread. icon_confused.gif

    Just curious if this happens to any of you guys or is it just some freak thing that happens to me.


    Maybe he thought you were straight and he didn't ant to out himself coming on to you. Did his friends confirm your homosexuality?



    Hmmm, I didn't even think about that. The guys he was talking to do know that I'm into guys so maybe they did confirm it for him. But trust me....I was hitting on this guy HARD, so I can't believe he didn't know. I guess anything is possible though. People always think my best friend is gay but he's straight and they assume I'm straight. Weird. icon_confused.gif
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    Aug 20, 2015 7:22 PM GMT
    Radd said
    MrFuscle said
    Radd saidI keep having this weird thing happen to me. It's happened my whole life actually and I'm just wondering if it happens to other guys too....

    There's this guy I've been seeing around town for the longest time. I've always had a crush on him (admittedly a physical one.) I've always assumed he was straight but I was parking my car one day and I saw him go into a gay bar, so I figured he wasn't straight after all. I've been pretty relentless in making a point to always speak to him but he never speaks back. In fact, he doesn't even acknowledge my existence at all. I didn't want to admit that he just wasn't into me so I convinced myself that maybe he's hard of hearing or maybe I wasn't speaking loud enough, LOL. So the next time I saw him I said "HEY, how are you doing?" in a louder than usual tone. He looked right through me and just nodded his head and kept on walking. So at this point I reluctantly get the message he's definitely not interested. icon_neutral.gif

    Fast forward to a few days later: I'm standing on the sidewalk taking a business call. I look up and he's with a few other guys that I know are gay. Suddenly they all start looking over at me and are obviously talking about me. I already assume this guy dislikes me for some reason so I get really uncomfortable knowing they're talking about me. Feeling really creepy and uncomfortable I start walking the other direction. Suddenly he runs up to me and puts his hand on my shoulder and wants to know if he can talk to me. Puzzled as fuck, I agreed, not knowing what the hell is on his mind. He told me he was just talking about me with his friends and that he though I had "good energy" and wanted to meet me. So we talked for over an hour right there on the sidewalk and really clicked. I didn't bring up the fact that he has been snubbing me for several years until the next day. His explanation was that he gets caught up in his own world and tends not to notice his surroundings sometimes. Not sure I believe him but can't think of a reason why he would lie either.

    This scenario has happened to me countless times.....where a guy shows absolutely no interest in me, then suddenly thinks I'm the best thing since sliced bread. icon_confused.gif

    Just curious if this happens to any of you guys or is it just some freak thing that happens to me.


    Maybe he thought you were straight and he didn't ant to out himself coming on to you. Did his friends confirm your homosexuality?



    Hmmm, I didn't even think about that. The guys he was talking to do know that I'm into guys so maybe they did confirm it for him. But trust me....I was hitting on this guy HARD, so I can't believe he didn't know. I guess anything is possible though. People always think my best friend is gay but he's straight and they assume I'm straight. Weird. icon_confused.gif


    Some people are really bad at noticing flirting. You would have to damn near sexually assault me for me to figure out you were coming on to me. I have actually been sexually assaulted and didn't realize the guy was flirting.

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    Aug 20, 2015 7:39 PM GMT
    MrFuscle said
    Radd said
    MrFuscle said
    Radd saidI keep having this weird thing happen to me. It's happened my whole life actually and I'm just wondering if it happens to other guys too....

    There's this guy I've been seeing around town for the longest time. I've always had a crush on him (admittedly a physical one.) I've always assumed he was straight but I was parking my car one day and I saw him go into a gay bar, so I figured he wasn't straight after all. I've been pretty relentless in making a point to always speak to him but he never speaks back. In fact, he doesn't even acknowledge my existence at all. I didn't want to admit that he just wasn't into me so I convinced myself that maybe he's hard of hearing or maybe I wasn't speaking loud enough, LOL. So the next time I saw him I said "HEY, how are you doing?" in a louder than usual tone. He looked right through me and just nodded his head and kept on walking. So at this point I reluctantly get the message he's definitely not interested. icon_neutral.gif

    Fast forward to a few days later: I'm standing on the sidewalk taking a business call. I look up and he's with a few other guys that I know are gay. Suddenly they all start looking over at me and are obviously talking about me. I already assume this guy dislikes me for some reason so I get really uncomfortable knowing they're talking about me. Feeling really creepy and uncomfortable I start walking the other direction. Suddenly he runs up to me and puts his hand on my shoulder and wants to know if he can talk to me. Puzzled as fuck, I agreed, not knowing what the hell is on his mind. He told me he was just talking about me with his friends and that he though I had "good energy" and wanted to meet me. So we talked for over an hour right there on the sidewalk and really clicked. I didn't bring up the fact that he has been snubbing me for several years until the next day. His explanation was that he gets caught up in his own world and tends not to notice his surroundings sometimes. Not sure I believe him but can't think of a reason why he would lie either.

    This scenario has happened to me countless times.....where a guy shows absolutely no interest in me, then suddenly thinks I'm the best thing since sliced bread. icon_confused.gif

    Just curious if this happens to any of you guys or is it just some freak thing that happens to me.


    Maybe he thought you were straight and he didn't ant to out himself coming on to you. Did his friends confirm your homosexuality?



    Hmmm, I didn't even think about that. The guys he was talking to do know that I'm into guys so maybe they did confirm it for him. But trust me....I was hitting on this guy HARD, so I can't believe he didn't know. I guess anything is possible though. People always think my best friend is gay but he's straight and they assume I'm straight. Weird. icon_confused.gif


    Some people are really bad at noticing flirting. You would have to damn near sexually assault me for me to figure out you were coming on to me. I have actually been sexually assaulted and didn't realize the guy was flirting.




    Yeah, this one time, this dude put his dick in mouth and I didn't realize he was hitting on me until he shot his load in my mouth. icon_eek.gif
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    Aug 20, 2015 7:53 PM GMT
    Radd said
    MrFuscle said
    Radd said
    MrFuscle said
    Radd saidI keep having this weird thing happen to me. It's happened my whole life actually and I'm just wondering if it happens to other guys too....

    There's this guy I've been seeing around town for the longest time. I've always had a crush on him (admittedly a physical one.) I've always assumed he was straight but I was parking my car one day and I saw him go into a gay bar, so I figured he wasn't straight after all. I've been pretty relentless in making a point to always speak to him but he never speaks back. In fact, he doesn't even acknowledge my existence at all. I didn't want to admit that he just wasn't into me so I convinced myself that maybe he's hard of hearing or maybe I wasn't speaking loud enough, LOL. So the next time I saw him I said "HEY, how are you doing?" in a louder than usual tone. He looked right through me and just nodded his head and kept on walking. So at this point I reluctantly get the message he's definitely not interested. icon_neutral.gif

    Fast forward to a few days later: I'm standing on the sidewalk taking a business call. I look up and he's with a few other guys that I know are gay. Suddenly they all start looking over at me and are obviously talking about me. I already assume this guy dislikes me for some reason so I get really uncomfortable knowing they're talking about me. Feeling really creepy and uncomfortable I start walking the other direction. Suddenly he runs up to me and puts his hand on my shoulder and wants to know if he can talk to me. Puzzled as fuck, I agreed, not knowing what the hell is on his mind. He told me he was just talking about me with his friends and that he though I had "good energy" and wanted to meet me. So we talked for over an hour right there on the sidewalk and really clicked. I didn't bring up the fact that he has been snubbing me for several years until the next day. His explanation was that he gets caught up in his own world and tends not to notice his surroundings sometimes. Not sure I believe him but can't think of a reason why he would lie either.

    This scenario has happened to me countless times.....where a guy shows absolutely no interest in me, then suddenly thinks I'm the best thing since sliced bread. icon_confused.gif

    Just curious if this happens to any of you guys or is it just some freak thing that happens to me.


    Maybe he thought you were straight and he didn't ant to out himself coming on to you. Did his friends confirm your homosexuality?



    Hmmm, I didn't even think about that. The guys he was talking to do know that I'm into guys so maybe they did confirm it for him. But trust me....I was hitting on this guy HARD, so I can't believe he didn't know. I guess anything is possible though. People always think my best friend is gay but he's straight and they assume I'm straight. Weird. icon_confused.gif


    Some people are really bad at noticing flirting. You would have to damn near sexually assault me for me to figure out you were coming on to me. I have actually been sexually assaulted and didn't realize the guy was flirting.




    Yeah, this one time, this dude put his dick in mouth and I didn't realize he was hitting on me until he shot his load in my mouth. icon_eek.gif


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    That would be a lucky turkey. icon_lol.gif
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    MrFuscle said
    Radd said
    MrFuscle said
    Radd saidI keep having this weird thing happen to me. It's happened my whole life actually and I'm just wondering if it happens to other guys too....

    There's this guy I've been seeing around town for the longest time. I've always had a crush on him (admittedly a physical one.) I've always assumed he was straight but I was parking my car one day and I saw him go into a gay bar, so I figured he wasn't straight after all. I've been pretty relentless in making a point to always speak to him but he never speaks back. In fact, he doesn't even acknowledge my existence at all. I didn't want to admit that he just wasn't into me so I convinced myself that maybe he's hard of hearing or maybe I wasn't speaking loud enough, LOL. So the next time I saw him I said "HEY, how are you doing?" in a louder than usual tone. He looked right through me and just nodded his head and kept on walking. So at this point I reluctantly get the message he's definitely not interested. icon_neutral.gif

    Fast forward to a few days later: I'm standing on the sidewalk taking a business call. I look up and he's with a few other guys that I know are gay. Suddenly they all start looking over at me and are obviously talking about me. I already assume this guy dislikes me for some reason so I get really uncomfortable knowing they're talking about me. Feeling really creepy and uncomfortable I start walking the other direction. Suddenly he runs up to me and puts his hand on my shoulder and wants to know if he can talk to me. Puzzled as fuck, I agreed, not knowing what the hell is on his mind. He told me he was just talking about me with his friends and that he though I had "good energy" and wanted to meet me. So we talked for over an hour right there on the sidewalk and really clicked. I didn't bring up the fact that he has been snubbing me for several years until the next day. His explanation was that he gets caught up in his own world and tends not to notice his surroundings sometimes. Not sure I believe him but can't think of a reason why he would lie either.

    This scenario has happened to me countless times.....where a guy shows absolutely no interest in me, then suddenly thinks I'm the best thing since sliced bread. icon_confused.gif

    Just curious if this happens to any of you guys or is it just some freak thing that happens to me.


    Maybe he thought you were straight and he didn't ant to out himself coming on to you. Did his friends confirm your homosexuality?



    Hmmm, I didn't even think about that. The guys he was talking to do know that I'm into guys so maybe they did confirm it for him. But trust me....I was hitting on this guy HARD, so I can't believe he didn't know. I guess anything is possible though. People always think my best friend is gay but he's straight and they assume I'm straight. Weird. icon_confused.gif


    Some people are really bad at noticing flirting. You would have to damn near sexually assault me for me to figure out you were coming on to me. I have actually been sexually assaulted and didn't realize the guy was flirting.



    And then there are those who gets supicious if they got flirted with. Sometimes guys flirt with an another for fun, which isn't nice or cruel for those who are serious.
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    Aug 21, 2015 2:23 PM GMT
    Interesting topic, I actually have been on the other side of the cake, because unless written or saying it on my face directly I never noticed that people flirt me. I am that kind of people that lives inside his own world, and doesn't notice, even last time, I met a guy that he swears that whenever he saw me, I made eye contact and chemistry and blahblah, but I don't remeber him actually. People always confuse my reactions too, so I usually try to be more accesible so people can be more true about their feelings. icon_neutral.gif
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    Aug 21, 2015 2:48 PM GMT
    There is a trend in the Gay Scene and always will be there, sad to say. This trend is the 'Camp'; 'Hook-up'; 'One Night Stand' - trend. The trend was popular in early Clubbing days, where Gay Bars and Gay Clubs were mostly exclusive, secluded or masked behind a name as 'Men's Bar - Men Only'. For some unknown reason, most Gays enjoy to explore, it has been Psychologically proven, resulting in the spread of either STD's or HIV. With the use of recreational drugs, the risk of contracting AIDS escalates. No one wants to grow old, we all want to stay virile and young but this is not possible. Gay men who do not want to settle down, are usually afraid of seeing their partner grow old. They are always looking for 'Fresh Meat', although sometime's the meat is not as fresh as they would imagine. It is a sad case of affairs. To think so many American States and European Countries have accomodated and gone the extra mile, Legalizing Gay Marriage and Homosexual activities - Then we still remain 'Closeted', we remain 'Cruisers', we remain 'Campers'.
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    Aug 21, 2015 3:57 PM GMT
    Every guy out there sends a specific vibe. The way he walks, talks, dresses, smells, the places he goes to, etc.

    A few people are very good at reading these vibes, and the others - not so.

    I have had several guys show clear lack of interest in me. I move on quickly, and fully understand that not every dude I may be interested in, feels the same way towards me. There is plenty of fish in the sea for all of us.

    On several occasions, though, some of the guys who rejected me in the first place, approached me, started being pretty friendly, and wanted to see if we can 'get together'?icon_evil.gif

    Couple of them admitted that they were hoping to score better at that particular time, so they did not want to create the impression that they were not free and available. Well, they changed their mind... (so did i).

    Some dudes openly admitted that they saw me as being pretty arrogant, most likely to be egoistic, and thought they should stay away. They talked about me with someone whom both they and I knew, and that dude told them that they read me wrong.

    And at least couple of guys decided that they would rather ignore me because they thought we were incompatible, or just maybe at the time we originally met, they had other plans/desires. A common friend set them right, and just maybe, they also changed their plans, so yeah, I would be welcome.

    I never bear any grudge, and am willing to listen to the other guy and his reasoning to some extent. But I rarely choose to go back to the original plan. If a dude sensed something that he did not like, he is going to carry on not liking it anyway. And if someone told them the things that they wanted to hear, fine. Yet, I still do not want to be instrumentalized, since I now, somehow fit into the role they want me to play.

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    Aug 21, 2015 5:18 PM GMT
    Domino_dancer saidThere is a trend in the Gay Scene and always will be there, sad to say. This trend is the 'Camp'; 'Hook-up'; 'One Night Stand' - trend. The trend was popular in early Clubbing days, where Gay Bars and Gay Clubs were mostly exclusive, secluded or masked behind a name as 'Men's Bar - Men Only'. For some unknown reason, most Gays enjoy to explore, it has been Psychologically proven, resulting in the spread of either STD's or HIV. With the use of recreational drugs, the risk of contracting AIDS escalates. No one wants to grow old, we all want to stay virile and young but this is not possible. Gay men who do not want to settle down, are usually afraid of seeing their partner grow old. They are always looking for 'Fresh Meat', although sometime's the meat is not as fresh as they would imagine. It is a sad case of affairs. To think so many American States and European Countries have accomodated and gone the extra mile, Legalizing Gay Marriage and Homosexual activities - Then we still remain 'Closeted', we remain 'Cruisers', we remain 'Campers'.

    This is pretty much the opposite of how I see my life. Having a husband to grow old with, god willing, is the luckiest thing that's ever happened to me.
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    Domino_dancer saidThere is a trend in the Gay Scene and always will be there, sad to say. This trend is the 'Camp'; 'Hook-up'; 'One Night Stand' - trend. The trend was popular in early Clubbing days, where Gay Bars and Gay Clubs were mostly exclusive, secluded or masked behind a name as 'Men's Bar - Men Only'. For some unknown reason, most Gays enjoy to explore, it has been Psychologically proven, resulting in the spread of either STD's or HIV. With the use of recreational drugs, the risk of contracting AIDS escalates. No one wants to grow old, we all want to stay virile and young but this is not possible. Gay men who do not want to settle down, are usually afraid of seeing their partner grow old. They are always looking for 'Fresh Meat', although sometime's the meat is not as fresh as they would imagine. It is a sad case of affairs. To think so many American States and European Countries have accomodated and gone the extra mile, Legalizing Gay Marriage and Homosexual activities - Then we still remain 'Closeted', we remain 'Cruisers', we remain 'Campers'.



    What does this have to do with the topic?
  • AttisXVI

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    Aug 21, 2015 5:50 PM GMT
    Or maybe he wasn't into you and found out you're a dom top with a 10 inch dick.

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    HottJoe said
    Domino_dancer saidThere is a trend in the Gay Scene and always will be there, sad to say. This trend is the 'Camp'; 'Hook-up'; 'One Night Stand' - trend. The trend was popular in early Clubbing days, where Gay Bars and Gay Clubs were mostly exclusive, secluded or masked behind a name as 'Men's Bar - Men Only'. For some unknown reason, most Gays enjoy to explore, it has been Psychologically proven, resulting in the spread of either STD's or HIV. With the use of recreational drugs, the risk of contracting AIDS escalates. No one wants to grow old, we all want to stay virile and young but this is not possible. Gay men who do not want to settle down, are usually afraid of seeing their partner grow old. They are always looking for 'Fresh Meat', although sometime's the meat is not as fresh as they would imagine. It is a sad case of affairs. To think so many American States and European Countries have accomodated and gone the extra mile, Legalizing Gay Marriage and Homosexual activities - Then we still remain 'Closeted', we remain 'Cruisers', we remain 'Campers'.

    This is pretty much the opposite of how I see my life. Having a husband to grow old with, god willing, is the luckiest thing that's ever happened to me.


    People like him love spreading that belief and believes that's the truth. When an honest man wants a relationship with him, he's gonna use that as his excuse to dismiss the poor soul.
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    HottJoe said
    Domino_dancer saidThere is a trend in the Gay Scene and always will be there, sad to say. This trend is the 'Camp'; 'Hook-up'; 'One Night Stand' - trend. The trend was popular in early Clubbing days, where Gay Bars and Gay Clubs were mostly exclusive, secluded or masked behind a name as 'Men's Bar - Men Only'. For some unknown reason, most Gays enjoy to explore, it has been Psychologically proven, resulting in the spread of either STD's or HIV. With the use of recreational drugs, the risk of contracting AIDS escalates. No one wants to grow old, we all want to stay virile and young but this is not possible. Gay men who do not want to settle down, are usually afraid of seeing their partner grow old. They are always looking for 'Fresh Meat', although sometime's the meat is not as fresh as they would imagine. It is a sad case of affairs. To think so many American States and European Countries have accomodated and gone the extra mile, Legalizing Gay Marriage and Homosexual activities - Then we still remain 'Closeted', we remain 'Cruisers', we remain 'Campers'.

    This is pretty much the opposite of how I see my life. Having a husband to grow old with, god willing, is the luckiest thing that's ever happened to me.


    So happy for you
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    AttisXVI saidOr maybe he wasn't into you and found out you're a dom top with a 10 inch dick.


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    AttisXVI saidOr maybe he wasn't into you and found out you're a dom top with a 10 inch dick.


    I'm a mere 8". icon_neutral.gif


    Good enough for most of us.
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    AttisXVI saidOr maybe he wasn't into you and found out you're a dom top with a 10 inch dick.


    I'm a mere 8". icon_neutral.gif


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    AttisXVI saidOr maybe he wasn't into you and found out you're a dom top with a 10 inch dick.


    I'm a mere 8". icon_neutral.gif


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    Radd said
    MrFuscle said
    Radd said
    AttisXVI saidOr maybe he wasn't into you and found out you're a dom top with a 10 inch dick.


    I'm a mere 8". icon_neutral.gif


    Puny 8 inch dick

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    ......in circumference. icon_cool.gif


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    Aug 23, 2015 12:11 PM GMT
    (((HEAVY BREATHING...)))

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