Ladies underwear

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    Sep 07, 2016 5:57 PM GMT
    Is it just me or am I the only one bothered when I see guys trying to be "sexy" in ladies underwear. I personally don't have anything against it, it's just I think that briefs or boxers or boxer briefs are more fit for males.
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    Sep 07, 2016 6:05 PM GMT
    borgman00 said
    Is it just me or am I the only one bothered when I see guys trying to be "sexy" in ladies underwear. I personally don't have anything against it, it's just I think that briefs or boxers or boxer briefs are more fit for males.

    Agree. But where are you seeing this?

    When I've known men to wear women's undergarments it was for performance drag, not off-stage.
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    Sep 07, 2016 6:21 PM GMT
    I've seen some on this site and others. it seems to be a trend amongst some gay men. I dont get it In my mind I think this screams "submissive" but I think there are so many better ways to get that point across.
  • Eleven

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    Sep 07, 2016 6:42 PM GMT
    I think within context it can be sexy...I don't mind transvestites

    I once hooked up with this sexy undercover police officer once and he was wearing a g string and it weirded me out lol,

    I find jock straps weird.

    Thats all I gotta say on the matter
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    Sep 07, 2016 6:52 PM GMT
    Eleven saidI think within context it can be sexy...I don't mind transvestites

    I once hooked up with this sexy undercover police officer once and he was wearing a g string and it weirded me out lol,

    I find jock straps weird.

    Thats all I gotta say on the matter




    I agree jock straps also are a bit strange to me
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    Sep 07, 2016 7:41 PM GMT
    borgman00 said
    Eleven said
    I find jock straps weird.

    Thats all I gotta say on the matter

    I agree jock straps also are a bit strange to me

    I find jocks highly masculine and athletic. Ideal for certain sports. Especially with a cup in contact situations. One of the few items of male attire that females haven't managed to appropriate for themselves.
  • Nakedman1969

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    Sep 07, 2016 9:43 PM GMT
    I have seen guys in ladies underwear and I think it's sick, it just creeps me out when I see guys wearing them.
  • Latinman27

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    Sep 07, 2016 9:53 PM GMT
    Eleven saidI think within context it can be sexy...I don't mind transvestites

    I once hooked up with this sexy undercover police officer once and he was wearing a g string and it weirded me out lol,

    I find jock straps weird.

    Thats all I gotta say on the matter
    Your hair is weird.
  • ANTiSociaLiNJ...

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    Sep 07, 2016 10:16 PM GMT
    I haven't noticed anyone here wearing under-HO-wear for bitchuz.

    Any links?
  • LostSailor

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    Sep 08, 2016 1:59 AM GMT
    If that guy didnt have all that facial hair he'd be smoking hot.
  • Dynamo_spark

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    Sep 09, 2016 7:19 AM GMT
    It`s a fetish. Some guys even enjoy stockings.
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    Sep 09, 2016 3:23 PM GMT
    Ladies undies on a man definitely doesn't turn me on , i have seen enough panties during my 22 marriage years ....icon_biggrin.gificon_biggrin.gificon_biggrin.gificon_biggrin.gificon_biggrin.gif
    Men wearing boxers are hot !!!
  • Destinharbor

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    Sep 09, 2016 3:30 PM GMT
    I dislike feminization of men in any form. In fact find it pretty revolting. Not trying to disparage guys who lean that way, just repels me.
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    Sep 09, 2016 3:31 PM GMT
    There really is such thing as "ladies'" underwear or "men's" underwear. I identify as a man. If I buy underwear as a man, then it's men's underwear.
  • LostSailor

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    Sep 10, 2016 2:38 AM GMT
    Destinharbor saidI dislike feminization of men in any form. In fact find it pretty revolting. Not trying to disparage guys who lean that way, just repeals me.

    Revolting?? WOW!
    Is it THAT big of a deal in your life?
    Some of us PREFER fem guys.
  • Eleven

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    Sep 12, 2016 1:19 PM GMT
    Latinman27 said
    Eleven saidI think within context it can be sexy...I don't mind transvestites

    I once hooked up with this sexy undercover police officer once and he was wearing a g string and it weirded me out lol,

    I find jock straps weird.

    Thats all I gotta say on the matter
    Your hair is weird.


    Ummm its not my hair....

    And lets be honest it looks amazing.
  • Destinharbor

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    Sep 12, 2016 3:56 PM GMT
    LostSailor said
    Destinharbor saidI dislike feminization of men in any form. In fact find it pretty revolting. Not trying to disparage guys who lean that way, just repeals me.

    Revolting?? WOW!
    Is it THAT big of a deal in your life?
    Some of us PREFER fem guys.

    I acknowledged that it is there and I don't have a problem with it for guys who are or guys who like. But yeah. I intensely dislike it. Maybe it's because of all the decades I was closeted and knew I was attracted to men but surrounded by media that focused on fem guys. But I don't disrespect the people, just don't want to be involved with it and it seems hard to do if you adventure into gay nightlife. Makes me want to scream if I'm with my guy at some club (rare event- we live in a backwater) having a great time dancing and suddenly at midnight everything stops so some drag queen can be bitchy on stage.* There is nothing I find attractive about that and I resent the implication that all gay men would or should. I like guy guys.

    I did go to LaTiDa in Key West and had a great time. Creative, fun show. They did a spoof on Sound of Music.
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    Sep 12, 2016 4:19 PM GMT
    you have to value a situation;
    someone making it simple for you to tell if you want the same of not.
  • Eleven

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    Sep 12, 2016 4:31 PM GMT
    Destinharbor said
    LostSailor said
    Destinharbor saidI dislike feminization of men in any form. In fact find it pretty revolting. Not trying to disparage guys who lean that way, just repeals me.

    Revolting?? WOW!
    Is it THAT big of a deal in your life?
    Some of us PREFER fem guys.

    I acknowledged that it is there and I don't have a problem with it for guys who are or guys who like. But yeah. I intensely dislike it. Maybe it's because of all the decades I was closeted and knew I was attracted to men but surrounded by media that focused on fem guys. But I don't disrespect the people, just don't want to be involved with it and it seems hard to do if you adventure into gay nightlife. Makes me want to scream if I'm with my guy at some club (rare event- we live in a backwater) having a great time dancing and suddenly at midnight everything stops so some drag queen can be bitchy on stage. There is nothing I find attractive about that and I resent the implication that all gay men would or should. I like guy guys.


    Ok if you wanted to avoid getting your head bitten off you could have just said that you arent sexually attracted to fem guys, you didn't have to go so far to call them revolting. Personally im not gonna police what you say as everyone has the right to be politically incorrect but just keep in mind you are on a gay community forum and it was the fem gays who paved the way so you closeted fags could spend time at gay clubs and watch shitty drag queens.

    Sometimes I think about your kind of homosexual male, the repressed, closeted, tepid, broke back, tragic love life, I wonder what kind of sense of humour you guys have and how often you laugh..
  • Destinharbor

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    Sep 12, 2016 4:45 PM GMT
    Eleven said
    Destinharbor said
    LostSailor said
    Destinharbor saidI dislike feminization of men in any form. In fact find it pretty revolting. Not trying to disparage guys who lean that way, just repeals me.

    Revolting?? WOW!
    Is it THAT big of a deal in your life?
    Some of us PREFER fem guys.

    I acknowledged that it is there and I don't have a problem with it for guys who are or guys who like. But yeah. I intensely dislike it. Maybe it's because of all the decades I was closeted and knew I was attracted to men but surrounded by media that focused on fem guys. But I don't disrespect the people, just don't want to be involved with it and it seems hard to do if you adventure into gay nightlife. Makes me want to scream if I'm with my guy at some club (rare event- we live in a backwater) having a great time dancing and suddenly at midnight everything stops so some drag queen can be bitchy on stage. There is nothing I find attractive about that and I resent the implication that all gay men would or should. I like guy guys.


    Ok if you wanted to avoid getting your head bitten off you could have just said that you arent sexually attracted to fem guys, you didn't have to go so far to call them revolting. Personally im not gonna police what you say as everyone has the right to be politically incorrect but just keep in mind you are on a gay community forum and it was the fem gays who paved the way so you closeted fags could spend time at gay clubs and watch shitty drag queens.

    Sometimes I think about your kind of homosexual male, the repressed, closeted, tepid, broke back, tragic love life, I wonder what kind of sense of humour you guys have and how often you laugh..


    Well, much as you'd like to take credit for gay liberation, I actually think those of us who held solid careers, funded anti-discrimination organizations like the ACLU and HRC, spoke up positively for gay rights in mixed company, hired clearly gay people, and yes, now have exited the closet did as much or more to further our cause than you who simply prefer to queen it up and be obnoxious. Why does being gay require bitchiness? It doesn't. Though you've cornered the market in that.

    So yes, I was closeted so I could have a job unavailable to out gays and voted and gave money and went to plays and supported gay rights in any way I could so some like you could vamp your way to makeup heaven. And btw, I'm partnered, out, travel openly, speak openly, continue community involvement, and hate it when little bitchy fems think they've got it going on and get in my face.
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    Sep 12, 2016 5:14 PM GMT
    basic instructions before leaving earth:
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  • Eleven

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    Sep 12, 2016 5:52 PM GMT
    Destinharbor said
    Eleven said
    Destinharbor said
    LostSailor said
    Destinharbor saidI dislike feminization of men in any form. In fact find it pretty revolting. Not trying to disparage guys who lean that way, just repeals me.

    Revolting?? WOW!
    Is it THAT big of a deal in your life?
    Some of us PREFER fem guys.

    I acknowledged that it is there and I don't have a problem with it for guys who are or guys who like. But yeah. I intensely dislike it. Maybe it's because of all the decades I was closeted and knew I was attracted to men but surrounded by media that focused on fem guys. But I don't disrespect the people, just don't want to be involved with it and it seems hard to do if you adventure into gay nightlife. Makes me want to scream if I'm with my guy at some club (rare event- we live in a backwater) having a great time dancing and suddenly at midnight everything stops so some drag queen can be bitchy on stage. There is nothing I find attractive about that and I resent the implication that all gay men would or should. I like guy guys.


    Ok if you wanted to avoid getting your head bitten off you could have just said that you arent sexually attracted to fem guys, you didn't have to go so far to call them revolting. Personally im not gonna police what you say as everyone has the right to be politically incorrect but just keep in mind you are on a gay community forum and it was the fem gays who paved the way so you closeted fags could spend time at gay clubs and watch shitty drag queens.

    Sometimes I think about your kind of homosexual male, the repressed, closeted, tepid, broke back, tragic love life, I wonder what kind of sense of humour you guys have and how often you laugh..


    Well, much as you'd like to take credit for gay liberation, I actually think those of us who held solid careers, funded anti-discrimination organizations like the ACLU and HRC, spoke up positively for gay rights in mixed company, hired clearly gay people, and yes, now have exited the closet did as much or more to further our cause than you who simply prefer to queen it up and be obnoxious. Why does being gay require bitchiness? It doesn't. Though you've cornered the market in that.

    So yes, I was closeted so I could have a job unavailable to out gays and voted and gave money and went to plays and supported gay rights in any way I could so some like you could vamp your way to makeup heaven. And btw, I'm partnered, out, travel openly, speak openly, continue community involvement, and hate it when little bitchy fems think they've got it going on and get in my face.


    Yes you made it real clear that you like to speak out, you also made it real clear that you're just as much a bitch as the rest of us so just be real and stop painting the kettle black otherwise we will be here all day.

    How exciting a gay who defines himself by his vapid career, how original.
    So you just throw your "money" around and suddenly you have the right to call out fems like youre better than them? Gay rights isnt about supporting the theatre or spending money, its actually about "standing up for gays and against bullies" you were running your opinion so I thought id reflect it back on you.

    Yeh I totally take credit for all gay liberation, im constantly having to liberate fem gays in this day and age from the "str8 acting" punks who think its ok to shit on others, im a 6ft3 fijian who weighs 120kg, I wear makeup, I wear anything I can get my hands on because Im a 6ft3 120kg fijian and if someone gives me shit for doing whatever the fuck I want then, well no one gives me shit period, especially to my face because it is beat for the gods.

    What im trying to say is that you can be alpha, masculine, macho etc without being a dickhead and putting others down, thats not what being a real man is about, I wouldnt expect someone who worked in an office most of their life to know.

    Lol this is fun


  • Eleven

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    Sep 12, 2016 5:56 PM GMT
    Btw im not wearing makeup in my pics im an artist
  • Destinharbor

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    Sep 12, 2016 8:09 PM GMT
    Eleven said
    Destinharbor said
    Eleven said
    Destinharbor said
    LostSailor said
    Destinharbor saidI dislike feminization of men in any form. In fact find it pretty revolting. Not trying to disparage guys who lean that way, just repeals me.

    Revolting?? WOW!
    Is it THAT big of a deal in your life?
    Some of us PREFER fem guys.

    I acknowledged that it is there and I don't have a problem with it for guys who are or guys who like. But yeah. I intensely dislike it. Maybe it's because of all the decades I was closeted and knew I was attracted to men but surrounded by media that focused on fem guys. But I don't disrespect the people, just don't want to be involved with it and it seems hard to do if you adventure into gay nightlife. Makes me want to scream if I'm with my guy at some club (rare event- we live in a backwater) having a great time dancing and suddenly at midnight everything stops so some drag queen can be bitchy on stage. There is nothing I find attractive about that and I resent the implication that all gay men would or should. I like guy guys.


    Ok if you wanted to avoid getting your head bitten off you could have just said that you arent sexually attracted to fem guys, you didn't have to go so far to call them revolting. Personally im not gonna police what you say as everyone has the right to be politically incorrect but just keep in mind you are on a gay community forum and it was the fem gays who paved the way so you closeted fags could spend time at gay clubs and watch shitty drag queens.

    Sometimes I think about your kind of homosexual male, the repressed, closeted, tepid, broke back, tragic love life, I wonder what kind of sense of humour you guys have and how often you laugh..


    Well, much as you'd like to take credit for gay liberation, I actually think those of us who held solid careers, funded anti-discrimination organizations like the ACLU and HRC, spoke up positively for gay rights in mixed company, hired clearly gay people, and yes, now have exited the closet did as much or more to further our cause than you who simply prefer to queen it up and be obnoxious. Why does being gay require bitchiness? It doesn't. Though you've cornered the market in that.

    So yes, I was closeted so I could have a job unavailable to out gays and voted and gave money and went to plays and supported gay rights in any way I could so some like you could vamp your way to makeup heaven. And btw, I'm partnered, out, travel openly, speak openly, continue community involvement, and hate it when little bitchy fems think they've got it going on and get in my face.


    Yes you made it real clear that you like to speak out, you also made it real clear that you're just as much a bitch as the rest of us so just be real and stop painting the kettle black otherwise we will be here all day.

    How exciting a gay who defines himself by his vapid career, how original.
    So you just throw your "money" around and suddenly you have the right to call out fems like youre better than them? Gay rights isnt about supporting the theatre or spending money, its actually about "standing up for gays and against bullies" you were running your opinion so I thought id reflect it back on you.

    Yeh I totally take credit for all gay liberation, im constantly having to liberate fem gays in this day and age from the "str8 acting" punks who think its ok to shit on others, im a 6ft3 fijian who weighs 120kg, I wear makeup, I wear anything I can get my hands on because Im a 6ft3 120kg fijian and if someone gives me shit for doing whatever the fuck I want then, well no one gives me shit period, especially to my face because it is beat for the gods.

    What im trying to say is that you can be alpha, masculine, macho etc without being a dickhead and putting others down, thats not what being a real man is about, I wouldnt expect someone who worked in an office most of their life to know.

    Lol this is fun



    I didn't put anyone down. Your shrill response I'll just chalk up to your "fem" side. I said I find the feminization of men revolting. The topic was "Ladies(sic) Under wear." Clearly I'm saying how I react to guys who want to look like girls. There's a deep down problem among some, you, but not all, that makes them feel the need to be the center of attention. As some sort of odd version of a woman. Since they, you, can't be what you crave to be, you choose to be loud and bitchy. That is sick. I find it, you, revolting. And you were the one who claimed the title of liberator of all gays, not me. I just said Bullshit to your fantasy. Some were effective, Larry Cramer for one, but ultimately it was a campaign funded by people like me that convinced people and the Courts that fundamental rights applied and acceptance is coming from non-gays as they realize that most gay people are, in fact, not like you.
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    Sep 12, 2016 8:23 PM GMT
    FUCKYA
    I LOVE to see a twink fgt bitch in some girly pink or yellow panties he can keep them on while I fuck his ass so his pathetic dicklet stays out of the way