How straight acting are you and do you like straight acting guy.

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    Feb 04, 2009 7:12 AM GMT
    Hey I know it sounds kind of shallow but I can't stand guys who act the slightest bit like girls. I cant stand the lisp, and music like britney spears. All my friends are guys and none of them are gay. If I were to have a relationship the guy would have to be just as straight acting as me. I was just wondering 1-11 how straight acting are you 1- about as straight as a circle wearing a dress. 11 no one could ever slightly guess at all. Also how straight acting are the people you date.

    ME 11/11, guys I would date lowest 8/11, but I may change that cause I always get pissed off by the drama and crap, so I guess I would have to change it to a 10/11.
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    Feb 04, 2009 8:02 AM GMT
    haha sorry new here.
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    Feb 04, 2009 8:30 AM GMT
    What about "masculine"?

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    Feb 04, 2009 8:42 AM GMT
    muchmorethanmuscle saidTo those of you that may not be aware,

    Please forgive L0NEwolf for his choice in terminology. (straight acting)

    It's only his second post on RJ. icon_smile.gif


    It's not the terminology I am concerned about but his use of a zero instead of an "O" in his handle! icon_surprised.gificon_eek.gificon_surprised.gificon_eek.gif
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    Feb 04, 2009 12:58 PM GMT
    I dont know about straight acting...I am just me. A lot of people were surprised when I came out others werent. For the ones that knew...I think they knew because of me hardly dating women rather than the way I spoke, walked or how i dressed
  • fitone

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    Feb 04, 2009 1:08 PM GMT
    i hope you become more tolerant as you age buddy. the first gay bar i entered was a piano bar, with many aged overweight guys belting out show tunes. it really spooked me, as i thought i'd end up the same way. i later experienced that gay people cover the spectrum.

    your terminology "can't stand" is immature and a bit disturbing. i was never attracted to effeminate guys for sex, but they can be fun to be around.

    straight acting is a slam in my mind. i have many straight friends, but i find some of my straight male friends to be a bit sports obsessed. many of them are woefully ignorant of the arts. my straight female friends are a different story...
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    Feb 04, 2009 1:14 PM GMT
    muchmorethanmuscle saidTo those of you that may not be aware,

    Please forgive L0NEwolf for his choice in terminology. (straight acting)

    It's only his second post on RJ. icon_smile.gif




    LMAO!!!!!!


    I dont really think about acting a certain way, I am just me...Most people say they had no idea. I think me being divorced with kids throws alot of people off, even though we know now adays that means nothing, haha.

    I do prefer masculine guys....I have never dated a feminine guy, if I wanted a girl I would have stayed married. I want a man. I guess no ones perfect but....

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    Feb 04, 2009 1:26 PM GMT
    You sound very new and very naive and sheltered.

    Masculinity is all relative.

    Even as I write this I can't believe how close minded you sound. I can't believe you would be the type of person to completely turn down an opportunity to be with a perfect guy for you if he liked Britney Spears. I love that bitch.

    It's sad that you correlate acting like "girls" automatically with being dramatic? The two are mutual exclusive; I know lots of "straight" acting guys who's shit is not together and are more dramatic than my drag queen friends. I am not sure I know where I would fall on your scale. I like sports, I love Mariah Carey, I love big scary dogs, I like wearing pink once in a while, and I have lots of straight guy friends. So what do you think?

    My advice to you -- Don't judge a book by its cover.
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    Feb 04, 2009 1:46 PM GMT
    Please guys, let him be... Its not nice to critic so much... one post on the naive and sheltered thing is enough. If he is naive, time will allow him to grow and develop. Keep in mind tho, that he only expressed his preference on dating/relationship/sexual desire... He says to him it is a turnoff to see guys act like that. If seen in this sense, it is not offensive--he can't help what he likes. I mean some people here like people of a certain ethnicity, twins, muscle, jocks, femmes, masculine guys, etc... Yes the way he said may have been a little rude, but he apologized already. and take this thread as what kind of guys turn you off with regards of personality and appearance... is it masculinity or something else? and what does that tell you of your own behavior?

    Well let's see... I dont mind people who act less masculine, and I dont mind the lisp on people. They can be who the are... The only thing I may mind, and may be a turn off for me, is an overwhelming indulgence in pop culture so over the top that it looks fake. And I dont mind them because of masculinity, but because the first impression they give you is that of being shallow (you know like wearing designer clothes just because they are expensive rather than wearing them because they are a kind of art and appreciating the fabric etc), and first impressions are very important.

    Regardless, masculine men can appear shallow too and very ignorant by portraying the over the top "I am not gay" stereotype. This is because they usually become on-track minded and take pride on not knowing things: they know about sports, and "street" smarts, but refuse to learns anything else that is culturally stimulating. and I know this cause I have dated these kind of guys who they also tend to be young--not that I am old by any means but dating has allowed me to know what I like in a man.


    regarding my own masculinity in my behavior...

    Well I don't act girly, but I don't act manly either.

    Due to my career (film/theater/arts) I tend to be childish and playful most of the time. I guess it can be confused with a girly attitude, but I dont do anything a girl does.

    I dated many women, and and the best description I got about "courtship" was "you seem like a very determined gay man. You looked at me like a prey and I looked at you like an adorable lion that I wanted to be devoured by."


    [I lost my train of thought in this part]


    oh yeah! =D well, there you go... but thats just my opinion.




  • ShawnTX

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    Feb 04, 2009 1:47 PM GMT
    Hence the L0NE in L0NEwolf.
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    Feb 04, 2009 1:50 PM GMT
    I'm more intrigued by the fact that, according to his profile, he is 6'2" and has a 24" waist.

    Chucky?
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    Feb 04, 2009 2:22 PM GMT
    Poor thing. icon_biggrin.gif
  • Tiller66

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    Feb 04, 2009 2:41 PM GMT
    Well I do have to say for first post it was a bit ruff around the edges.Myself I like my guys to be men becuase if I wanted to date a women that's what I would be dating.But the rest of the guys have a point that all men can be drama-momas and you should'nt judge someone by how they look I've been with a couple of "girly"men and had fun so keep a open mind and have some fun.
  • NJ_ITGuy

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    Feb 04, 2009 2:52 PM GMT
    I don't think there is anything wrong with having preferences. Some people like blondes, some people like jerks, some people like guys with only green eyes.

    My only complaint is when people are so critical of the straight acting thing that they won't hang out with guys who are a bit more effeminate and talk down to gay culture to their straight friends. Just because you prefer "straight" guys, doesn't mean everyone has to fit in your mold.

    I used to be a very flamboyant child and spent years suppressing that so that I would be more accepted. I was very straight acting by my 20s and now have leveled out somewhere in the middle. Thankfully, I have someone now who encourages me to just be myself. icon_smile.gif
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    Feb 04, 2009 9:24 PM GMT
    Yea sorry I really did not mean to come across as offencive just wanted to know how manly you guys all our and how manly you like your partner I guess is the right word to be. Also my name is L0NE vvolf because it is my XLB gamertag.I love video games where its me vs everyone else and those usually are called lonewolf's so hence my name. Been that name for 3 years so it has nothing to do with relationship status.
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    Feb 04, 2009 9:27 PM GMT
    i love manly men
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    Feb 04, 2009 9:31 PM GMT
    ObsceneWish saidI'm more intrigued by the fact that, according to his profile, he is 6'2" and has a 24" waist.

    Chucky?


    you mean chunky? also im more like 6'3 I just dislike being tall so I said 6'2 also how is a waist 24 chuncky?
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    Feb 04, 2009 9:35 PM GMT
    " prefer a man who is masculine in all aspects of his life."

    You mean like cocksucking and bottoming?
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    Feb 04, 2009 9:36 PM GMT
    singleagain saidI prefer a man who is masculine in all aspects of his life. If I wanted wanted someone with feminine traits I would have stayed married. To each his own.


    Its funny I have heard so many people that I have told about me or that I have dated that there is probley no more masculine who likes dick in the world. whenever someone says that it makes me feel like crap cause the perfect guy to me would be someone more masculine then me haha. I guess thats why i started this thread to gain some hope hahaha I am a bottom btw and love sucking cock could do it for hours and people think thats really wierd cause every guy i have ever dated was more girly then me.
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    Feb 04, 2009 9:37 PM GMT
    This is my favorite kind of thread.
    Guys, remember the peace that you can breath thus far, for there is a FLAMEWAR coming up ahead.
    Let's not forget that:

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    Feb 04, 2009 9:40 PM GMT
    ikaros saidThis is my favorite kind of thread.
    Guys, remember the peace that you can breath thus far, for there is a FLAMEWAR coming up ahead.
    Let's not forget that:

    flamewar.jpg


    I'm surprised you didn't start it lol J/K buddyicon_razz.gif

    But seriously I see a Storm A Brewin!
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    Feb 04, 2009 9:42 PM GMT
    ikaros saidThis is my favorite kind of thread.
    Guys, remember the peace that you can breath thus far, for there is a FLAMEWAR coming up ahead.
    Let's not forget that:

    flamewar.jpg


    What?
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    Feb 04, 2009 9:44 PM GMT
    L0NEvvolf said
    ikaros saidThis is my favorite kind of thread.
    Guys, remember the peace that you can breath thus far, for there is a FLAMEWAR coming up ahead.
    Let's not forget that:

    flamewar.jpg


    What?


    O no just wait you'll see if this stays on the front pageicon_wink.gif
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    Feb 04, 2009 9:47 PM GMT
    what you mean haha im sooooo lost
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    Feb 04, 2009 9:49 PM GMT
    Everyone should keep in mind he's only 18.