Pink Wasn't Always for Girls

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    Jan 10, 2017 11:26 PM GMT
    I read once that warriors liked pink because it looked like the insides of their slaughtered victims. Although I can't find any reference to that now. I know some guys refused to wear anything pink, which I think is kind of silly. I only own one thing that's pink, but I do have some pink summer shorts that I like a lot. Do you wear pink?

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    Jan 10, 2017 11:33 PM GMT
    I got pink briefs.
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    Jan 10, 2017 11:57 PM GMT
    Um, ok? Cool story
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    Jan 11, 2017 12:46 AM GMT
    pink would have been pretty rare pre industrial revolution. Not an easy colour to make without petrochemicals.
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    Jan 11, 2017 12:54 AM GMT
    The problem with pink today is that not only is it a feminine color but it's been almost completely taken over by the pink for the cure thing. A guy could wear pink in the 1980s in order to be a bit outre; I had a pink dress shirt I wore with suits. But now if a guy wears pink people assume that it's only because he supports pink for the cure. And because of pink for the cure women have really latched onto pink as "their" color.
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    Jan 11, 2017 1:22 AM GMT
    I'm not afraid to wear any color. I do have pink shirts, shirts and recently briefs. I do prefer certain shades of colors. Not a fan of primary colors (remember the 8 pack Crayolas? Those)
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    Jan 11, 2017 1:24 AM GMT
    Radd saidI read once that warriors liked pink because it looked like the insides of their slaughtered victims.
    ...


    Or the pussy they raped.
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    Jan 11, 2017 3:33 AM GMT
    Pink was the main color for boys back in England 16-19 th century, and Blue was for girls. I read that article somewhere. Then in the mid 20th century, it gets the notion of being girly and feminine for men to wear pink. Lol, I have a couple of pink dress shirts and a couple of pink ties and undies. I don't care what anyone say,
    I love wearing pink when I'm in the mood for it.
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    Jan 11, 2017 4:12 AM GMT
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    You should show us how pretty you are in pink.
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    Jan 11, 2017 4:28 AM GMT
    Score! Oh and just to be clear, I'm talking about your anus here.
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    Jan 11, 2017 6:11 AM GMT
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    Jan 11, 2017 10:45 AM GMT
    I love the color pink! icon_biggrin.gif i have 3 pink shirts, 3 pink speedos and a pink jockstrap icon_smile.gif but i never thought they resembled the guts of slaughtered victims :S it's an erotic color too. it's also the same color that my cock turns if a guy is sucking me off good. (sorry if that was TMI...)
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    Jan 11, 2017 6:28 PM GMT
    I think some gay guys wear pink to show they are gay or like men. This handsome guy that works at my gym kept saying hello to me and smiling a lot, he also wore a pink baseball cap sometimes. I guess I should've gotten the hint, because now he ignores me or looks pissed/disgusted at me when I do see him. I found out later he does like guys. Too bad though, I did have kind of a crush on him icon_sad.gif
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    Jan 11, 2017 7:25 PM GMT
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    Pink was the main color for boys back in England 16-19 th century, and Blue was for girls. I read that article somewhere. Then in the mid 20th century, it gets the notion of being girly and feminine for men to wear pink. Lol, I have a couple of pink dress shirts and a couple of pink ties and undies. I don't care what anyone say, I love wearing pink when I'm in the mood for it.

    I just received 3 pink-themed bow ties 2 weeks ago, from the company I partronize in Vermont. My first bow tie, when I was about 4 years old, was pink & gray, and I still like wearing that color combination. That's why I got these.

    My mother always said to me: "Robert, pink is your color." When I later realized my parents always knew I was gay, long before I did myself, I suspected she had been ironic. Because already in the 1950s pink was being identified as a gay color.
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    Jan 11, 2017 7:55 PM GMT
    etch saidheels weren't originally for girls either radd they were made for men so they could walk through the streets without stepping on shit why don't u go rock some


    Today I learned about some history about heels. And yeah op, if you love pink and heels just wear them. No need for this feminine and masculine shit.
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    Jan 11, 2017 8:09 PM GMT
    Dunkin Donuts original colors were pink & tan. When I worked there as a Bakers' Helper during my senior year of college in the early 70s, I wore a pink shirt (which was the ordinary uniform shirt for male employees). Waitresses wore a tan dress with pink trim. Years later, Dunkin changed their color-scheme to pink & orange.
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    Jan 11, 2017 8:26 PM GMT
    etch saidheels weren't originally for girls either radd they were made for men so they could walk through the streets without stepping on shit why don't u go rock some



    One reason is because I think everyone looks ridiculous in heels, even women. The other reason is the same reason I don't wear a powdered wig and knickers. Those were different times and we would look like fools to dress like that today. Prince is dead because he wore high heels. True fact.
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    Jan 11, 2017 8:35 PM GMT
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    etch saidheels weren't originally for girls either radd they were made for men so they could walk through the streets without stepping on shit why don't u go rock some



    One reason is because I think everyone looks ridiculous in heels, even women. The other reason is the same reason I don't wear a powdered wig and knickers. Those were different times and we would look like fools to dress like that today. Prince is dead because he wore high heels. True fact.


    What? You didn't rock some platforms in the 70s?

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    Jan 12, 2017 2:50 AM GMT
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    laxwill10 said
    Pink was the main color for boys back in England 16-19 th century, and Blue was for girls. I read that article somewhere. Then in the mid 20th century, it gets the notion of being girly and feminine for men to wear pink. Lol, I have a couple of pink dress shirts and a couple of pink ties and undies. I don't care what anyone say, I love wearing pink when I'm in the mood for it.

    I just received 3 pink-themed bow ties 2 weeks ago, from the company I partronize in Vermont. My first bow tie, when I was about 4 years old, was pink & gray, and I still like wearing that color combination. That's why I got these.

    My mother always said to me: "Robert, pink is your color." When I later realized my parents always knew I was gay, long before I did myself, I suspected she had been ironic. Because already in the 1950s pink was being identified as a gay color.

    Touching story mate, but from what you've told us in the past, one struggles to belive your parents knew, or would of been accepting. Albeit insisting on a full orchestra, for your first wedding should've been a dead give away, something wasn't right. But you've never been gay . Your parents simply seen the girly side to their little boy. Gay men don't have a number of ex wives dear half brother. But straits and bisexuals can. But one acknowledges, you not being born a Bona Fide Homosexual, this will go over your head.
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    Jan 12, 2017 2:57 AM GMT
    Art_Nouveau said
    art_deco said
    laxwill10 said
    Pink was the main color for boys back in England 16-19 th century, and Blue was for girls. I read that article somewhere. Then in the mid 20th century, it gets the notion of being girly and feminine for men to wear pink. Lol, I have a couple of pink dress shirts and a couple of pink ties and undies. I don't care what anyone say, I love wearing pink when I'm in the mood for it.

    I just received 3 pink-themed bow ties 2 weeks ago, from the company I partronize in Vermont. My first bow tie, when I was about 4 years old, was pink & gray, and I still like wearing that color combination. That's why I got these.

    My mother always said to me: "Robert, pink is your color." When I later realized my parents always knew I was gay, long before I did myself, I suspected she had been ironic. Because already in the 1950s pink was being identified as a gay color.

    Touching story mate. But you've never been gay . Your parents simply seen the girly side to their little boy. Gay men don't have a number of ex wives. But straits and bisexuals can. But one acknowledges you not being born a Bona Fide Homosexual, this will go over your head.


    Why don't you just confess your love for Art already? icon_lol.gif changing your screen name to pay homage to his....you're almost like a matching couple...

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    I'm gonna get y'all these shirts icon_lol.gif
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    Jan 12, 2017 3:50 AM GMT
    Art_Nouveau said
    art_deco said
    laxwill10 said
    Pink was the main color for boys back in England 16-19 th century, and Blue was for girls. I read that article somewhere. Then in the mid 20th century, it gets the notion of being girly and feminine for men to wear pink. Lol, I have a couple of pink dress shirts and a couple of pink ties and undies. I don't care what anyone say, I love wearing pink when I'm in the mood for it.

    I just received 3 pink-themed bow ties 2 weeks ago, from the company I partronize in Vermont. My first bow tie, when I was about 4 years old, was pink & gray, and I still like wearing that color combination. That's why I got these.

    My mother always said to me: "Robert, pink is your color." When I later realized my parents always knew I was gay, long before I did myself, I suspected she had been ironic. Because already in the 1950s pink was being identified as a gay color.

    Touching story mate. But you've never been gay . Your parents simply seen the girly side to their little boy. Gay men don't have a number of ex wives. But straits and bisexuals can. But one acknowledges you not being born a Bona Fide Homosexual, this will go over your head.



    Good God, you really are mentally retarded, aren't you? But let me try to explain this to you one last time: Although I am what you would refer to as a "bona fide homosexual", there are many reasons why some gay men have sex with women. The most common one is peer pressure and feeling like they will not be accepted if they don't live a straight lifestyle. Young boys who are raised in judgemental or very religious families often go through a very common mental breakdown of sorts. During this period, the subconscious mind encapsulates thoughts and feelings it feels will not be accepted by others. This happens completely in the subconscious mind without the person's conscious knowledge. It is sometimes many years later before these thoughts are allowed to surface. This also can be a very upsetting period for the person. Rape victims also go through this. We have all heard of women who were raped as young girls but had no knowledge of the experience until years later after being triggered by a sight, a sound or smell. A young man suddenly realizing he's gay can work in the same way. Not saying I know this is what happened to Art_Deco, but it is very common.

    Just because you and I have never had sex with a female does not make us better than anyone else. You have no right to inform someone that they're less than you simply because they were married in the past. Maybe it's time you tried to be a decent human being and apologize to Art_Deco for the hundreds of nasty, shaming comments you have made to him.
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    Jan 12, 2017 5:05 AM GMT
    Fart_echoes is Bonaparts, Art Deco's stalker, aka the "bonafide homosexual". I don't know of any gay man my age who hasn't been with women in the past. The only reason why one would try to shame another for not being "bonafide" is because it's Fart_echoes' coping mechanism for having been rejected by women all his life. Likely men too... all his posts show he's not right in the head. But he's a racist, so no pity necessary icon_biggrin.gif
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    Jan 12, 2017 6:49 AM GMT
    craycraydoesdoes saidFart_echoes is Bonaparts, Art Deco's stalker, aka the "bonafide homosexual". I don't know of any gay man my age who hasn't been with women in the past. The only reason why one would try to shame another for not being "bonafide" is because it's Fart_echoes' coping mechanism for having been rejected by women all his life. Likely men too... all his posts show he's not right in the head. But he's a racist, so no pity necessary icon_biggrin.gif

    Someone seems to of stopped taking their meds.
    Over my life, I've knowen many Bona Fide Homosexuals, we are not all born bisexual.
    Not that ones suggesting bisexuality is a bad thing. It's simply not homosexual; gay.
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    Jan 12, 2017 7:16 AM GMT
    As a kid, I used to wore a pink shirt. You know... PINK PANTHER! ;-)

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    Jan 12, 2017 7:22 AM GMT
    Sam27 saidAs a kid, I used to wore a pink shirt. You know... PINK PANTHER! ;-)

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    Your so cute.