Straight Girls

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    Mar 23, 2009 8:09 AM GMT
    I just came back recently from being on my first cruise. I have been trying to step outside myself and be more outgoing, usually meeting people isn't a problem but I always think if I were really desireable I would have already had a boyfriend. I started off my trip by entering a sexy legs contest. We had to sell ourselves to the crowd, I was the youngest one and was feeling like I'd lose to this super muscled hot guy entered. He ended winning most muscled and I won for best calves. Anyway, after that contest I got a lot of, "you're mr. sexy legs." and people recognizing me. The many of the muscled guys friends came up to me and said, " I would have cheered for you but he's my friend, you know, but you beat him."
    Everynight my friends and I went to the club and danced until it closed. I'm a good dancer and everyone was taking pictures of me, complimenting me, and I was approached by many good looking girls. My friends had said they were a little jealous because after people saw my dancing all I had to do was just stand there and I'd be dragged to the dance floor by one or more girls.
    All the attention was so strange to me. I'm no stranger to the spotlight once I start dancing, but I've never considered myself attractive and for once to outshine my friends and hear people saying, "you're famous, dancing man." and "you should be on america's best dance crew" and "you're god's gift to women." was weird. I'm young, and for these older people (guys who have had more time to build than me and beautiful girls) to give me the time of day was like no attention I've ever recieved before. I see myself as less than, and some of these people I that I could only dream of noticing me telling and treating me like I had something they didn't was unbelieveable.
    icon_question.gifWhen I danced at gay clubs I got some eyes, and one guy who approached me, and someone who spat, "go back to high school". Why is it so different?????? I'm getting all this attention from straight girls and guys that I look up to looking up to me, but why isn't it the same with the attraction that really matters to me. When it comes to getting guys I feel invisible. I'm at a loss and don't know what to do. I'm completley driven to make myself more appealing and better myself but it's never enough, I don't understand why it's so different in the gay and straight worlds.
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    Mar 23, 2009 11:35 AM GMT
    Was this a gay cruise?

    Nevermind that bitter queen who told you to go back to high school, shake what yo momma gave ya! And don't worry about not having a boyfriend, he will come soon enough....

    I'd ask you out, but I'm in a relationship with myself right now.
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    Mar 23, 2009 4:18 PM GMT
    Let me try and spare you some of the grief I've endured. Attraction is 100% subjective. Don't ever try to use logic to figure it out. Never beat yourself up because somebody's not attracted to you because there are lots of others who are.

    There have been many times that I wish I was straight. Straight girls love me. They flirt with me all the time. They check me out all the time. I've had straight girls fall in love with me, stalk me, etc. And these are very hot chicks that my straight friends would kill for. Am I bragging? Not at all because it doesn't mean anything to me. Just a nuisance. Meanwhile, I can't seem to get gay guys I'm interested in to even look at me. I don't get it. I'm the same guy. All I can guess is that straight women and gay men are attracted to two totally different things. There's not much you can do to change that. Just enjoy the attention you get from straight girls and let that boost your ego up next time a gay guy you like isn't interested in you.

    If I had a dollar for every time I was checking out a guy who was checking out a girl who was checking me out, I'd be a very rich man. Attraction is never logical and seldom fair. Don't try to figure it out. Just enjoy the compliments.
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    Mar 23, 2009 6:14 PM GMT
    I always do better with straight girls as well.

    It's a funny old world, eh?
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    Mar 23, 2009 6:22 PM GMT
    I have the same issue. The people who I find I am initially attracted to end up not being attracted to me and then I find people who I am not in the least bit interested are attracted to me. So it is somewhat "wht comes around goes around". I agree that most straight girls look for different things though because I have always gotten response out of straight women that I would never get out of men.
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    Mar 30, 2009 12:46 PM GMT
    dont you ever think of get laid with any of those girls. let them enjoy you. maybe you will like. icon_biggrin.gif
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    Mar 30, 2009 1:03 PM GMT
    Miasma, you should be holding onto those girls' numbers because they are the ones who will introduce you to all of their equally hot gay friends. They might even blow you too...icon_biggrin.gif
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    Mar 30, 2009 1:23 PM GMT
    davidp7 saidThey might even blow you too...icon_biggrin.gif


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    *backs away slowly*
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    Mar 30, 2009 1:31 PM GMT
    Congrats on the attention