Antisocial Gay Guys Are Becoming a Thing

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    Sep 26, 2015 4:11 PM GMT
    Just read an article where it spoke of Gay guys now are being more antisocial due to the internet, and how everything is pretty much given to us behind the screen of our monitors. You can read the full article here:

    Antisocial Gay Guys Are Becoming a Thing

    Is it wrong to seclude yourself from others? is it healthy or is it not?
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    Sep 26, 2015 5:23 PM GMT
    I think the author meant more gay men are becoming asocial. antisocial is a completely different playing field. Like Jeffrey Dahmer playing field lol

    I think seclusion can be good depending on the circumstances. I keep my distance from people that appear toxic which I believe is healthy.

    I think many people do it in their day to day life. With the exception of forced proximity (job, class) think of someone who rubs you the wrong way, and ask yourself would you still interact with them?
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    Sep 26, 2015 5:25 PM GMT
    Ugh. That website is written by a bunch of whiny over zealous English students. It's no better than Elite daily. Don't pay attention to that hogwash.
  • giodude

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    Sep 26, 2015 7:14 PM GMT
    I agree with sonofyoda. Most gay men are toxic, and they leak their toxicity onto everyone else, especially other gay men.

    However, if you're comfortable connecting using technology, then do so. If it becomes a crutch or detracts from your physical interactions, then it becomes a cause of concern
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    giodude saidI agree with sonofyoda. Most gay men are toxic, and they leak their toxicity onto everyone else, especially other gay men.

    However, if you're comfortable connecting using technology, then do so. If it becomes a crutch or detracts from your physical interactions, then it becomes a cause of concern


    Agree too, and that's why I don't have that many gay friends. Most of my former friends were into the scene and I just didn't care for it. I eventually detached myself from them and my life just became less stressful (lack of the competitive aspect and materialistic world that the gay community offered). I even found my boyfriend by not being in the scene, and he showed me there are good quality guys out there. But those guys are hidden away, and most likely you will not meet quality men in gay bars or clubs. I mean if you are looking through a dumpster don't expect to find diamonds.

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    Sep 26, 2015 7:25 PM GMT
    I think this is happening to people in general but since you're wanting to talk more about gay men, then yes, it does seem that way. But like others have said, a lot of gay men can be toxic so maybe it's not such a bad thing?

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    BloodFlame saidI think this is happening to people in general


    Precisely. The internet and other technologies have changed the way most people behave and interact with others.
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    Sep 26, 2015 8:42 PM GMT
    sonofyoda said
    Talon said
    giodude saidI agree with sonofyoda. Most gay men are toxic, and they leak their toxicity onto everyone else, especially other gay men.

    However, if you're comfortable connecting using technology, then do so. If it becomes a crutch or detracts from your physical interactions, then it becomes a cause of concern


    Agree too, and that's why I don't have that many gay friends. Most of my former friends were into the scene and I just didn't care for it. I eventually detached myself from them and my life just became less stressful (lack of the competitive aspect and materialistic world that the gay community offered). I even found my boyfriend by not being in the scene, and he showed me there are good quality guys out there. But those guys are hidden away, and most likely you will not meet quality men in gay bars or clubs. I mean if you are looking through a dumpster don't expect to find diamonds.



    I'm going to be honest with you because this bothered me a bit but after seeing how you attacked HottJoe for no understandable reason, I think you too have some of the toxicity that you condemn. He was joking around in that thread with the Man of the Day thing and you viciously attacked him out of nowhere trying to make him feel bad. I do get a vibe from you that you want to be liked more by your gay peers and are upset that you feel you're not accepted. Were you jealous of him getting the positive attention that you want?

    In terms of the word "toxicity", I think that includes making others feel bad about themselves out of spite. There is that competitive nature that is among some gay guys but that stems from insecurity. I think that you may be engaging in that from your own insecurity. You just have to ask yourself who are you competing against and for what reason. If you are in a comfortable space, you don't need to do that.


    No, it's just how I felt like Joe came off as. I didn't attack him, I said I was disappointed on how he behaved on creating a thread that was purely based on getting votes. Like I said I expected more of him. I never pointed a finger and said he was wrong, I said I was disappointed that he would go as far as that to win MOTD, as someone I thought was selfless that just because someone nominated him, he jumped at the opportunity to seize it. Which was a characteristic I thought Joe would be better then that. So before you start saying I "attacked" him please carefully read what I write before you go ranting off in your own distorted reality.
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    Sep 26, 2015 10:35 PM GMT
    Ex_Mil8 said
    BloodFlame saidI think this is happening to people in general


    Precisely. The internet and other technologies have changed the way most people behave and interact with others.


    I agree as well. In general, personal space and time is changing which does affect how people choose to interact with one another.

  • HottJoe

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    Sep 27, 2015 2:22 PM GMT
    Talon said
    sonofyoda said
    Talon said
    giodude saidI agree with sonofyoda. Most gay men are toxic, and they leak their toxicity onto everyone else, especially other gay men.

    However, if you're comfortable connecting using technology, then do so. If it becomes a crutch or detracts from your physical interactions, then it becomes a cause of concern


    Agree too, and that's why I don't have that many gay friends. Most of my former friends were into the scene and I just didn't care for it. I eventually detached myself from them and my life just became less stressful (lack of the competitive aspect and materialistic world that the gay community offered). I even found my boyfriend by not being in the scene, and he showed me there are good quality guys out there. But those guys are hidden away, and most likely you will not meet quality men in gay bars or clubs. I mean if you are looking through a dumpster don't expect to find diamonds.



    I'm going to be honest with you because this bothered me a bit but after seeing how you attacked HottJoe for no understandable reason, I think you too have some of the toxicity that you condemn. He was joking around in that thread with the Man of the Day thing and you viciously attacked him out of nowhere trying to make him feel bad. I do get a vibe from you that you want to be liked more by your gay peers and are upset that you feel you're not accepted. Were you jealous of him getting the positive attention that you want?

    In terms of the word "toxicity", I think that includes making others feel bad about themselves out of spite. There is that competitive nature that is among some gay guys but that stems from insecurity. I think that you may be engaging in that from your own insecurity. You just have to ask yourself who are you competing against and for what reason. If you are in a comfortable space, you don't need to do that.


    No, it's just how I felt like Joe came off as. I didn't attack him, I said I was disappointed on how he behaved on creating a thread that was purely based on getting votes. Like I said I expected more of him. I never pointed a finger and said he was wrong, I said I was disappointed that he would go as far as that to win MOTD, as someone I thought was selfless that just because someone nominated him, he jumped at the opportunity to seize it. Which was a characteristic I thought Joe would be better then that. So before you start saying I "attacked" him please carefully read what I write before you go ranting off in your own distorted reality.

    Still trying to say I disappointed you? You're unbelievable.

    For the record, I sent Talon a very polite and thoughtful email after he made such a big stink. His response was to belittle me for caring about what he thinks. It reminded me of trying to reason with a bully... In junior high.

    I always tried to be cordial towards him. He posts endlessly about how he hates other gay men, but it's never been clearer that he just gets back what he gives. Gay people are rude to him because he is toxic. He's no different than Radd, who hates drag queens just because of who they are.

    I'm disappointed too, to see that other gay people chime in to agree with him. The people on RJ who believe that all gay men are toxic should do the world a favor and stop posting. The toxic behavior is their own.
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    Sep 27, 2015 2:49 PM GMT
    I have gone out on a ton of dates this year and nearly every guy fell into 1 of 2 groups:
    1. Introverted Hipsterish, in denial about their feminine traits but bashes other feminine guys, a beard, into tech gadgets, their dog and the outdoors.
    2. Extroverted Hipsterish, in denial about their feminine traits but bashes other feminine guys, a beard, into tech gadgets, their dog and the outdoors.

    I am the polar opposite. How are these guys finding me and not each other? I'll tell you... because I have a 4 pack and a bulge they can see in one of my profile pics. At the end of the day, our sex drive will push us to meet the people we're attracted to, even if they have clear areas of incompatibility. Once we get off, we return to our favorite habit... worshiping ourselves on our comfort thrones! icon_cool.gif Kinda kidding but kinda not.
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    Sep 27, 2015 2:58 PM GMT
    HottJoe said
    Talon said
    sonofyoda said
    Talon said
    giodude saidI agree with sonofyoda. Most gay men are toxic, and they leak their toxicity onto everyone else, especially other gay men.

    However, if you're comfortable connecting using technology, then do so. If it becomes a crutch or detracts from your physical interactions, then it becomes a cause of concern


    Agree too, and that's why I don't have that many gay friends. Most of my former friends were into the scene and I just didn't care for it. I eventually detached myself from them and my life just became less stressful (lack of the competitive aspect and materialistic world that the gay community offered). I even found my boyfriend by not being in the scene, and he showed me there are good quality guys out there. But those guys are hidden away, and most likely you will not meet quality men in gay bars or clubs. I mean if you are looking through a dumpster don't expect to find diamonds.



    I'm going to be honest with you because this bothered me a bit but after seeing how you attacked HottJoe for no understandable reason, I think you too have some of the toxicity that you condemn. He was joking around in that thread with the Man of the Day thing and you viciously attacked him out of nowhere trying to make him feel bad. I do get a vibe from you that you want to be liked more by your gay peers and are upset that you feel you're not accepted. Were you jealous of him getting the positive attention that you want?

    In terms of the word "toxicity", I think that includes making others feel bad about themselves out of spite. There is that competitive nature that is among some gay guys but that stems from insecurity. I think that you may be engaging in that from your own insecurity. You just have to ask yourself who are you competing against and for what reason. If you are in a comfortable space, you don't need to do that.


    No, it's just how I felt like Joe came off as. I didn't attack him, I said I was disappointed on how he behaved on creating a thread that was purely based on getting votes. Like I said I expected more of him. I never pointed a finger and said he was wrong, I said I was disappointed that he would go as far as that to win MOTD, as someone I thought was selfless that just because someone nominated him, he jumped at the opportunity to seize it. Which was a characteristic I thought Joe would be better then that. So before you start saying I "attacked" him please carefully read what I write before you go ranting off in your own distorted reality.

    Still trying to say I disappointed you? You're unbelievable.

    For the record, I sent Talon a very polite and thoughtful email after he made such a big stink. His response was to belittle me for caring about what he thinks. It reminded me of trying to reason with a bully... In junior high.

    I always tried to be cordial towards him. He posts endlessly about how he hates other gay men, but it's never been clearer that he just gets back what he gives. Gay people are rude to him because he is toxic. He's no different than Radd, who hates drag queens just because of who they are.

    I'm disappointed too, to see that other gay people chime in to agree with him. The people on RJ who believe that all gay men are toxic should do the world a favor and stop posting. The toxic behavior is their own.


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    didn't even read a damn thing you wrote. Expect that every action you make will have consequences, and learn that not everyone in this world will like you.
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    woodfordr saidI have gone out on a ton of dates this year and nearly every guy fell into 1 of 2 groups:
    1. Introverted Hipsterish, in denial about their feminine traits but bashes other feminine guys, a beard, into tech gadgets, their dog and the outdoors.
    2. Extroverted Hipsterish, in denial about their feminine traits but bashes other feminine guys, a beard, into tech gadgets, their dog and the outdoors.

    I am the polar opposite. How are these guys finding me and not each other? I'll tell you... because I have a 4 pack and a bulge they can see in one of my profile pics. At the end of the day, our sex drive will push us to meet the people we're attracted to, even if they have clear areas of incompatibility. Once we get off, we return to our favorite habit... worshiping ourselves on our comfort thrones! icon_cool.gif Kinda kidding but kinda not.


    I think you nailed it. As I mentioned in another topic, most gay guys are used to being single and are more than happy to remain that way. I think it's part of a bigger problem in our society, the "me" culture that has been embraced. If it doesn't fit one's ideal of whatever it is they "think" they need or believe is perfect, then they are more than content to drop it (or whomever) and be alone because they only have to worry about themself.
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    woodfordr saidI have gone out on a ton of dates this year and nearly every guy fell into 1 of 2 groups:
    1. Introverted Hipsterish, in denial about their feminine traits but bashes other feminine guys, a beard, into tech gadgets, their dog and the outdoors.
    2. Extroverted Hipsterish, in denial about their feminine traits but bashes other feminine guys, a beard, into tech gadgets, their dog and the outdoors.

    I am the polar opposite. How are these guys finding me and not each other? I'll tell you... because I have a 4 pack and a bulge they can see in one of my profile pics. At the end of the day, our sex drive will push us to meet the people we're attracted to, even if they have clear areas of incompatibility. Once we get off, we return to our favorite habit... worshiping ourselves on our comfort thrones! icon_cool.gif Kinda kidding but kinda not.


    I think you nailed it. As I mentioned in another topic, most gay guys are used to being single and are more than happy to remain that way. I think it's part of a bigger problem in our society, the "me" culture that has been embraced. If it doesn't fit one's ideal of whatever it is they "think" they need or believe is perfect, then they are more than content to drop it (or whomever) and be alone because they only have to worry about themself.

    well, we live in a very self-absorbed society, don't we?
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    Sep 27, 2015 3:18 PM GMT
    Talon said
    HottJoe said
    Talon said
    sonofyoda said
    Talon said
    giodude saidI agree with sonofyoda. Most gay men are toxic, and they leak their toxicity onto everyone else, especially other gay men.

    However, if you're comfortable connecting using technology, then do so. If it becomes a crutch or detracts from your physical interactions, then it becomes a cause of concern


    Agree too, and that's why I don't have that many gay friends. Most of my former friends were into the scene and I just didn't care for it. I eventually detached myself from them and my life just became less stressful (lack of the competitive aspect and materialistic world that the gay community offered). I even found my boyfriend by not being in the scene, and he showed me there are good quality guys out there. But those guys are hidden away, and most likely you will not meet quality men in gay bars or clubs. I mean if you are looking through a dumpster don't expect to find diamonds.



    I'm going to be honest with you because this bothered me a bit but after seeing how you attacked HottJoe for no understandable reason, I think you too have some of the toxicity that you condemn. He was joking around in that thread with the Man of the Day thing and you viciously attacked him out of nowhere trying to make him feel bad. I do get a vibe from you that you want to be liked more by your gay peers and are upset that you feel you're not accepted. Were you jealous of him getting the positive attention that you want?

    In terms of the word "toxicity", I think that includes making others feel bad about themselves out of spite. There is that competitive nature that is among some gay guys but that stems from insecurity. I think that you may be engaging in that from your own insecurity. You just have to ask yourself who are you competing against and for what reason. If you are in a comfortable space, you don't need to do that.


    No, it's just how I felt like Joe came off as. I didn't attack him, I said I was disappointed on how he behaved on creating a thread that was purely based on getting votes. Like I said I expected more of him. I never pointed a finger and said he was wrong, I said I was disappointed that he would go as far as that to win MOTD, as someone I thought was selfless that just because someone nominated him, he jumped at the opportunity to seize it. Which was a characteristic I thought Joe would be better then that. So before you start saying I "attacked" him please carefully read what I write before you go ranting off in your own distorted reality.

    Still trying to say I disappointed you? You're unbelievable.

    For the record, I sent Talon a very polite and thoughtful email after he made such a big stink. His response was to belittle me for caring about what he thinks. It reminded me of trying to reason with a bully... In junior high.

    I always tried to be cordial towards him. He posts endlessly about how he hates other gay men, but it's never been clearer that he just gets back what he gives. Gay people are rude to him because he is toxic. He's no different than Radd, who hates drag queens just because of who they are.

    I'm disappointed too, to see that other gay people chime in to agree with him. The people on RJ who believe that all gay men are toxic should do the world a favor and stop posting. The toxic behavior is their own.


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    didn't even read a damn thing you wrote. Expect that every action you make will have consequences, and learn that not everyone in this world will like you.

    Non toxic people like me though. If all the people who hated me got together you'd realize that you're with the kkk and a bunch of chicken hawks.icon_lol.gif
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    Sep 27, 2015 3:20 PM GMT
    BITCH FIIIIIGHT!!!!!!!
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    Sep 27, 2015 3:34 PM GMT
    BECOMING a thing?!?

    srsly?

    It's been around a lot longer than I.

    Here's an old film clip that can explain a WHY or two for some of the antisocial stuff. I think understanding why is as important (likely more important) than noticing the behaviour. There are sadly very good reasons for it.




    On another note: Were any of us taught like our straight counterparts how to navigate socially with other boys or men that we could find, or they us, romantic or sexual interests? Nope. The void was vast, and still is.

    *sighs*

    Well, I made a mess of this post, but think my points are clear.

    PS I recommend the entire movie, for perspective. It wasn't constantly like this, but common enough.
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    Sep 27, 2015 3:57 PM GMT
    What article did the OP read? I clicked the link, read the article, and not once was the word internet used or "how everything is pretty much given to us behind the screen [sic] of our monitors. "

    The article was pretty much a worthless opinion piece cobbled together from the author's limited experiences, speculation, and anecdotal evidence.

    We get bashed enough from others outside our community. Do we have to bash each other? To hear some gay men speak (many here) only they are the secure ones, the only kind ones, the empathetic ones, the decent ones, the enlightened ones, the only ones with their heads screwed on properly. It's all the other gays that are fucked up. icon_rolleyes.gif

    Might I suggest we are hardly ever the best judges of ourselves. We usually make allowances for ourselves and cut no one else any slack.
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    Sep 27, 2015 4:25 PM GMT
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    tmac saidI think the author meant more gay men are becoming asocial. antisocial is a completely different playing field. Like Jeffrey Dahmer playing field lol

    I think seclusion can be good depending on the circumstances. I keep my distance from people that appear toxic which I believe is healthy.

    I think many people do it in their day to day life. With the exception of forced proximity (job, class) think of someone who rubs you the wrong way, and ask yourself would you still interact with them?


    I agree. In fact, from what I've noticed and I hate to say this but there seems to be more gay guys that have toxic behaviors or a toxic mentality than those that don't. Plus, people tend to think that such behaviors and that level of thinking is cool where it's celebrated, seen as acceptable, and tolerated. Though it's not good for someone to isolate themselves away from everybody as it has a damaging effect on the psyche, I think that's a lot better than being poisoned by other toxic people who have been poisoned by others.

    We all know that one gay guy that was inexperienced, trying to look for a sense of belonging among gay men that comes in contact with the wrong people and ends up becoming corrupted. icon_neutral.gif


    That indoctrination lol

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    Sep 27, 2015 4:55 PM GMT
    HottJoe said
    Talon said
    HottJoe said
    Talon said
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    giodude saidI agree with sonofyoda. Most gay men are toxic, and they leak their toxicity onto everyone else, especially other gay men.

    However, if you're comfortable connecting using technology, then do so. If it becomes a crutch or detracts from your physical interactions, then it becomes a cause of concern


    Agree too, and that's why I don't have that many gay friends. Most of my former friends were into the scene and I just didn't care for it. I eventually detached myself from them and my life just became less stressful (lack of the competitive aspect and materialistic world that the gay community offered). I even found my boyfriend by not being in the scene, and he showed me there are good quality guys out there. But those guys are hidden away, and most likely you will not meet quality men in gay bars or clubs. I mean if you are looking through a dumpster don't expect to find diamonds.



    I'm going to be honest with you because this bothered me a bit but after seeing how you attacked HottJoe for no understandable reason, I think you too have some of the toxicity that you condemn. He was joking around in that thread with the Man of the Day thing and you viciously attacked him out of nowhere trying to make him feel bad. I do get a vibe from you that you want to be liked more by your gay peers and are upset that you feel you're not accepted. Were you jealous of him getting the positive attention that you want?

    In terms of the word "toxicity", I think that includes making others feel bad about themselves out of spite. There is that competitive nature that is among some gay guys but that stems from insecurity. I think that you may be engaging in that from your own insecurity. You just have to ask yourself who are you competing against and for what reason. If you are in a comfortable space, you don't need to do that.


    No, it's just how I felt like Joe came off as. I didn't attack him, I said I was disappointed on how he behaved on creating a thread that was purely based on getting votes. Like I said I expected more of him. I never pointed a finger and said he was wrong, I said I was disappointed that he would go as far as that to win MOTD, as someone I thought was selfless that just because someone nominated him, he jumped at the opportunity to seize it. Which was a characteristic I thought Joe would be better then that. So before you start saying I "attacked" him please carefully read what I write before you go ranting off in your own distorted reality.

    Still trying to say I disappointed you? You're unbelievable.

    For the record, I sent Talon a very polite and thoughtful email after he made such a big stink. His response was to belittle me for caring about what he thinks. It reminded me of trying to reason with a bully... In junior high.

    I always tried to be cordial towards him. He posts endlessly about how he hates other gay men, but it's never been clearer that he just gets back what he gives. Gay people are rude to him because he is toxic. He's no different than Radd, who hates drag queens just because of who they are.

    I'm disappointed too, to see that other gay people chime in to agree with him. The people on RJ who believe that all gay men are toxic should do the world a favor and stop posting. The toxic behavior is their own.


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    didn't even read a damn thing you wrote. Expect that every action you make will have consequences, and learn that not everyone in this world will like you.

    Non toxic people like me though. If all the people who hated me got together you'd realize that you're with the kkk and a bunch of chicken hawks.icon_lol.gif


    You're idiocy astounds me. The reasons why people don't like you can be for a multitude of reasons. I'm not sure if this is how you normally think or if the weed is starting to rot your brain. And please do something with that need for self acceptance from others, it's not cute, it just shows lack of self confidence in yourself. Learn to push agents the tides and move forward. Regardless of what people think of you.

    And as for that yoda person, I didn't read a damn thing you said either. This is none of your concern, and if you are going to bring up topics from different threads, I suggest you write it there.

    For undercoverman - quoted from the source "The digital age has created no reason to step outside and smell the flowers, to physically travel out and find love, friends, a purpose. Everyone wants to work at home behind a laptop and become the gay Carrie Bradshaw." please learn how to retain what you have read. You are a grown man, I only accept these kinds of mistakes from the elderly who are developing alzheimer's.
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    Sep 27, 2015 6:16 PM GMT
    The antisocial concept isn't the new gay norm,society in general has morphed into this frame of mind.While running in the park the other day, I said hi to this chick, she looked at me like I committed RAPE.
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    BloodFlame saidI think this is happening to people in general

    Precisely. The internet and other technologies have changed the way most people behave and interact with others.

    I would expand that thought to suggest that online has become a different way to socialize, giving us a new definition of the word. And I agree that anti-social may not be the appropriate word to explain this new development.

    Anti-social means an active misanthropy or antagonism toward other people or society in general. Better would be the roughly synonymous 3 words asocial, unsocial, and nonsocial.

    But I would also concede that taken by itself the Internet is an incomplete way to socialize. Yet to me it expands our socializing possibilities, IF we properly exploit all our other options. I compare it to having "pen pals" a century ago, but today paperless & instantaneous. Plus we can engage with several people simultaneously, sometimes in real time.

    BTW, have you ever perused some of Abigail Adams handwritten correspondence? (Wife of a US Founder and Second President) My gawd, I believe she wrote more long letters by feather quill in the late 1700 and early 1800s than my own number of virtual RJ posts. Connecting by written messages is not a new concept by any means.

    I think the online world is what we make of it. It can enhance our socializing, or it can indeed turn us into shut-ins if we allow it. At the same time, it can be a wonderful gift to those who are already shut-in or mobility limited for physical reasons, as I can be myself at times.

    On balance I think online exchange is a wonderful thing, which in my case makes me more social, not less.
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    Sep 27, 2015 7:47 PM GMT
    Talon said
    HottJoe said
    Talon said
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    Talon said
    sonofyoda said
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    giodude said

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    For undercoverman - quoted from the source "The digital age has created no reason to step outside and smell the flowers, to physically travel out and find love, friends, a purpose. Everyone wants to work at home behind a laptop and become the gay Carrie Bradshaw." please learn how to retain what you have read. You are a grown man, I only accept these kinds of mistakes from the elderly who are developing alzheimer's.


    Still no mention of the internet and that statement is ridiculous hyperbole. Nice how the author presumes to speak for everyone as in everyone wants to be Carrie Bradshaw.

    Try growing up and getting your news and information from reputable sources, silly little boy.

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    Sep 27, 2015 7:49 PM GMT
    SPAZZY (aka YODA) still accusing everyone else of "taking this site too seriously" and yet uses it as his entire social center. icon_rolleyes.gif His bitch ass is ADDICTED to this site.....so much so that he comes back desperately trying to act like a white man just so they won't ban him again. Too bad he's too stupid to realize the dozens of ways he's revealing his identity. icon_lol.gif
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    Chulo saidUgh. That website is written by a bunch of whiny over zealous English students. It's no better than Elite daily. Don't pay attention to that hogwash.


    I have to somewhat agree with this. I clicked on the author's name and looked at the other stuff he's written. They're mostly a bunch of "articles" based on public opinion and most of them are nonsense.