how do you guys deal with getting hit on by women?

  • RainBow_Drago...

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    Apr 30, 2016 10:26 AM GMT
    Does it ever make you uncomfortable? It's weird - it really should be flattering but I get all anxious and stuff when it happens. I totally come off as a dork. Any other guys feel the same way
  • Latinman27

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    Apr 30, 2016 10:53 AM GMT
    Oh yeah,I'm sure tons of women fall at your feet.icon_rolleyes.gificon_razz.gificon_rolleyes.gif
  • nice_chap

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    Apr 30, 2016 10:56 AM GMT
    Depends on what sort of things they say, and in what situation. Compliments and harmless flirting are all well and good, but I don't appreciate women saying stuff like "you're gay? that's a shame. Such a waste."
    Shame? Waste? That's supposed to be flattering? Plenty of good straight men are being wasted on your cunt, luv.

    I've even had girls saying "can't you be straight for a night? what if I paid you?" as a joke but it still offends me. Would they like it if a man spoke to them like a whore?

    I don't make inappropriate comments to good looking straight men, I keep at a respectable distance, so I don't like women being over-familiar with me, any more than if I'm being hit on by a gay man who I'm not attracted to.
  • RainBow_Drago...

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    Apr 30, 2016 11:30 AM GMT
    nice_chap saidDepends on what sort of things they say, and in what situation. Compliments and harmless flirting are all well and good, but I don't appreciate women saying stuff like "you're gay? that's a shame. Such a waste."
    Shame? Waste? That's supposed to be flattering? Plenty of good straight men are being wasted on your cunt, luv.

    I've even had girls saying "can't you be straight for a night? what if I paid you?" as a joke but it still offends me. Would they like it if a man spoke to them like a whore?

    I don't make inappropriate comments to good looking straight men, I keep at a respectable distance, so I don't like women being over-familiar with me, any more than if I'm being hit on by a gay man who I'm not attracted to.


    I guess it's because I don't want them to think that I'm not displaying interest because they're not attractive enough for me. and yes I have heard the " what a waste" line.
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    Apr 30, 2016 11:40 AM GMT
    There are more delusions in this thread than in most asylums.
  • leanandclean

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    Apr 30, 2016 9:44 PM GMT
    I run away
  • mybud

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    Apr 30, 2016 10:14 PM GMT
    Ask her if she's into anal...BAM...Done.
  • jeepguySD

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    Apr 30, 2016 10:17 PM GMT
    Sadly, I get hit on by women much more than by men. If they offer a polite compliment I thank them politely. If they proposition me, then I simply thank them for the offer and decline.
  • leanandclean

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    Apr 30, 2016 10:49 PM GMT
    I think that married women sometimes flirt with us because it is safe to have a gay crush. Nothing will ever happen and it is no threat to their husbands.
  • JackNNJ

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    Apr 30, 2016 11:00 PM GMT
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    May 01, 2016 2:13 AM GMT
    I'm not as nice about it. I just act uninterested, because I'm not. I don't feel like explaining my sexuality to every girl that flirts. Not their business.
  • mystery905

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    May 01, 2016 2:21 AM GMT
    I pretend not to notice.
  • Wendigo9

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    May 01, 2016 2:53 AM GMT
    On a good day, I just go along with one-way teasing them, then break their heart before leaving, lmao
  • Import

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    May 01, 2016 3:51 AM GMT
    just be like "you're barking up the wrong tree, hunni".....

    When u say that. They will no longer hit on u.
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    May 01, 2016 4:06 AM GMT
    Import saidjust be like "you're barking up the wrong tree, hunni".....

    When u say that. They will no longer hit on u.

    This is the correct answer. icon_lol.gif
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    May 01, 2016 4:15 AM GMT
    I have had a few friends who like me, but they didn't know I like men. One girl actually blamed me that I mislead her for a long time after I eventually told her that I only saw her as a friend. icon_confused.gif

    After that I become uncomfortable around girls who like me (I find out from others) because I become too conscious about how I should behave to not mislead them. icon_rolleyes.gif
  • waccamatt

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    May 01, 2016 4:41 AM GMT
    RainBow_Dragon2000 saidDoes it ever make you uncomfortable? It's weird - it really should be flattering but I get all anxious and stuff when it happens. I totally come off as a dork. Any other guys feel the same way


    I tell them I'm gay.
  • RainBow_Drago...

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    May 01, 2016 6:14 AM GMT
    trump2016 saidYou should be grateful that real women are hitting up on you and not them fem queenie trans gay like boys/men who act like they're the real thingicon_rolleyes.gif


    I hate to agree with you but you're actually right some gay men have a special corner on the drama queen market. two of them are on this thread.
  • Allen

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    May 01, 2016 7:35 AM GMT
    I've never understood why gay men get bent out of shape if a woman flirts or comes on to them. I find it flattering. I actually find it very flattering. So I just smile and nicely tell them I'm gay. If that makes them embarrassed, which is often their reaction, I try to be cool about it and make light of it. I'll even make a point to tell them I'm flattered by it so they're not embarrassed about having just come on to a gay guy. I have no desire to even make them feel uncomfortable let alone embarrassed. I mean, why would I?

    And if a woman makes a comment like, "what a waste," I have absolutely no problem with that either. They are not meaning it as an insult, so why take it as one? Too many gay men allow themselves to get offended at the drop of a hat.

  • May 01, 2016 8:02 AM GMT
    Allen saidI've never understood why gay men get bent out of shape if a woman flirts or comes on to them. I find it flattering. I actually find it very flattering. So I just smile and nicely tell them I'm gay. If that makes them embarrassed, which is often their reaction, I try to be cool about it and make light of it. I'll even make a point to tell them I'm flattered by it so they're not embarrassed about having just come on to a gay guy. I have no desire to even make them feel uncomfortable let alone embarrassed. I mean, why would I?

    And if a woman makes a comment like, "what a waste," I have absolutely no problem with that either. They are not meaning it as an insult, so why take it as one? Too many gay men allow themselves to get offended at the drop of a hat.


    Gays and lesbians can often time be very easily offended. I never understood why. Life is too short for that nonsense.
  • nice_chap

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    May 01, 2016 2:28 PM GMT
    GeekJockHybrid said
    Allen said

    And if a woman makes a comment like, "what a waste," I have absolutely no problem with that either. They are not meaning it as an insult, so why take it as one? Too many gay men allow themselves to get offended at the drop of a hat.


    Gays and lesbians can often time be very easily offended. I never understood why. Life is too short for that nonsense.


    Straights aren't that much better. Plenty of straight girls take offense to a straight guy coming onto them when they're not interested in him, or they'll ridicule him for making a twat of himself. To me, normally when a straight woman says "he's gay? such a waste" she sounds like a twat.
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    May 01, 2016 4:08 PM GMT
    I don't mind it at all , it is refreshing ..icon_smile.gif
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    May 01, 2016 5:33 PM GMT
    I have one in my office right now. She's beautiful, intelligent, all good things, and she thinks she can 'turn' me with all her good qualities. I just have to keep my distance, while being polite and business like. I think what happens sometimes is our stock goes way up in women's eyes because we're not hitting on them like straight guys often do. This intrigues them, and they see all our other qualities and they begin to idolize us. Eventually she'll realize I'm really not the marrying kind.