Would you ever...?

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    Jun 12, 2009 8:18 AM GMT
    1. Date a drag queen?
    2. Date a man who was in worse shape than you?
    3. And explain why you answered the way you did. Name the pros and cons...
  • Delivis

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    Jun 12, 2009 8:24 AM GMT
    adaminmarietta said1. Date a drag queen?
    2. Date a man who was in worse shape than you?
    3. And explain why you answered the way you did. Name the pros and cons...


    1. No, but I will date a male lesbian, an action transvestite, or an excecutive transvestire. Free internet cookies to anyone who knows who i am talking about here..icon_smile.gif

    2. Yes, but we would go to the gym together and he would not be in worse shape for long!

    3. i am tired, sleepy.
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    Jun 12, 2009 8:29 AM GMT
    [quote][cite]Delivis said[/cite]
    adaminmarietta said1. Date a drag queen?
    2. Date a man who was in worse shape than you?
    3. And explain why you answered the way you did. Name the pros and cons...


    1. No, but I will date a male lesbian, an action transvestite, or an excecutive transvestire. Free internet cookies to anyone who knows who i am talking about here..icon_smile.gif

    2. Yes, but we would go to the gym together and he would not be in worse shape for long!

    3. i am tired, sleepy.[/quote

    The first answer made no sense to me, hehe
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    Jun 12, 2009 9:19 AM GMT
    1. I have. Pro-He asked me out. Con-The persona took over the person. I was not interested in dating a female, psuedo or otherwise.

    2. I have. He tried to get into shape, but it became an issue for him. While I didn't care per se' since he wasn't really out of shape, his own insecurities became the demise of the dating becoming a relationship.

    3. Done.
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    Jun 12, 2009 4:11 PM GMT
    Yes, I have dated a drag queen. I met him out of drag and he is an absolutely gorgeous man! But yeah, his job takes over his life.

    "Shape" is subjective. It's about proportion, drive and personality among other things. I let my instincts dictate who I'm attracted without over-analyzing.


    And Delivis... I would prefer Action trannie... but ask yourself Cake or Death? That is the true measure of a man. Ciaaaaoo!

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    Jun 12, 2009 4:19 PM GMT
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    1. Yes, if it's only a persona he takes on, like in his line of work or for fun. i.e. Not a transvestite, nor an mtf transgender. There's a reason why I don't date women, y'know. It's not a question of how fem they are but a question of how much they look and act like the gender I'm not attracted to. But even then, not closing doors, although it will be highly unlikely.

    2. Yes. I actually don't like too ripped men too much. I prefer the stockier bodytype. I guess it became my ideal because of my extreme thinness during my teen years.

    3. Er... not listing. Just that those are the types I usually find appealing. But you can't second-guess your feelings. So they probably won't matter anyway.
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    Jun 12, 2009 4:19 PM GMT
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    adaminmarietta said1. Date a drag queen?
    2. Date a man who was in worse shape than you?
    3. And explain why you answered the way you did. Name the pros and cons...


    1. No, but I will date a male lesbian, an action transvestite, or an excecutive transvestire. Free internet cookies to anyone who knows who i am talking about here..icon_smile.gif

    2. Yes, but we would go to the gym together and he would not be in worse shape for long!

    3. i am tired, sleepy.


    eddie izzard haha love him .. her? uhhh IT! lol

    1) No, I like men not women

    2) yeah i have, just because they're not in as goo of shape doesnt mean they're not in shape
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    Jun 12, 2009 4:24 PM GMT
    1. No. Not into feminine style of communication. Can't stand it.

    2. Yes, emotional and intellectual compatibility is more important as long as he is in decent shape. I'm taken by cute faces too and a little chubby is cuter. Plus I enjoy coaching a guy to get in better shape.
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    Jun 12, 2009 4:25 PM GMT
    adaminmarietta said

    1. Date a drag queen? NO! Hell, clowns freak me out!

    2. Date a man who was in worse shape than you? Open.

    3. And explain why you answered the way you did. Name the pros and cons...




    1. I'm Gay, why the HELL would I want to date a Man who wants to dress as a woman?? Hell, I'd just go back to datin females and get the REAL shit!

    2. Being a former heavier guy, I'd be open to it as long as he was AS determined as me to work at "it"!!!
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    Jun 12, 2009 4:27 PM GMT
    Drag Queen- No-... but the issue has never come up so I cant say how I would react till the opportunity arises

    Worse Shape- All the guys I ever dated were in worse shape than me (except for one) and well I had to put my foot down. When you are an athlete and the other person is not.. well it makes complications... they dont understand the way your mind and even your soul works
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    Jun 12, 2009 4:35 PM GMT
    I'm starting to think "adaminmarietta" is indirectly fishing for compliments or attention. there seems to be a common thread with all his forum subjects.
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    Jun 12, 2009 4:40 PM GMT
    1. No

    2. Yes and I have

    3. I don't find that attractive Not that there's anything wrong with it icon_wink.gif
    Guys with excellent bodies are few and far between
    Plus there's a lot more to a man than how good he is bodywise
    But there's a limit to how compliant I'd be
    would I date someone grossly overweight? No
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    Jun 12, 2009 5:09 PM GMT

    I'd date a drag queen because a drag queen is an artist and artist are always sexy. The fact that someone is that creative and imaginative....you just know that's going to translate over to how they treat you: never a dull moment, always a thoughful effort. I dated an artist and I dated a hair dresser, they were both very tall and fashion forward, the former likes retro throwback and the latter likes mesh. Not drag queens, but they both were big ole fems and very flamboyant. That was my first experiences with kinda stepping out of my comfort zone and being with a man I wanted to be with and not only because he was discreetly gay. Dating these men was like dating a sequined mega-phone, but know what, I didn't give a damn when I was with them. And, oh, don't worry about the sex. The tall artist must have had an extra personality because when he got in bed he would turn into this tough, mean, relentless top daddy, uuuughhnnn! I ain't never been topped like that by a so called "masculine" man. Both he and the hairdresser were all about excess too, when we were alone I mean. We're talking breakfast in bed, hot soap downs in the shower, elegant evenings at home...massage. Damn near spoiled me. Plus, maybe not on the outside, but internally, i'm just a big drag queen. This other fem I dated had leopard print Queen Ann furniture, leopard print! I wanted to marry the furniture.

    I would date a man in worse shape than me because I'm pretty advanced so frankly, I don't meet many men who match my shape. Plus, muscles are too hard. I prefer something more manageable and nothing more manageable than a nice big fat ass, I won't lie. My only gripe about bigger men are their insecurities. By the time I catch them, I have to combat insecurities that sometimes manifest itself as hostility.....toward me, because I represent the group they think hates them.



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    Jun 12, 2009 5:12 PM GMT
    adaminmarietta said1. Date a drag queen?
    2. Date a man who was in worse shape than you?
    3. And explain why you answered the way you did. Name the pros and cons...


    1. No . . .
    2. I have. Three times. The chemistry was intense in all three cases
    3. The drag queen question . . . I’m a guy who likes to date other guys. If I wanted it otherwise, I think I would either date girls, or have a sex change so I could be a girl dating a guy. But being a guy who dates guys works just fine for me so I don’t opt for those alternatives. Having chosen this way of expressing my sexuality, I focus all my energy on being a guy who dates guys. Drag queens fall outside that scope.
    I think this is the sentiment behind all those "straight-acting" boasts you get out there. Which, I think, is a degrading way of stating what I've tried to put down.
    As for the man who is in worse shape than I am . . . Body shape is one of so many things you can look at when choosing a partner. No one thing should be-all and end-all. None of us are perfect. Which means we’re all perfect.
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    Jun 12, 2009 5:38 PM GMT
    adaminmarietta said1. Date a drag queen?
    2. Date a man who was in worse shape than you?
    3. And explain why you answered the way you did. Name the pros and cons...


    1. no. 2. yes.

    3. female, and anything trying to emulate or impersonate, doesn't appeal to me at all. there are no pros. when people ask why not? it's hard for them to understand sometimes. i.e two examples. a twinky-boy and a very obese guy. "would you, as a twink, ever find attractive or date someone morbidly obese? no. okay." most people can accept and understand easily. now, "would you, an overweight guy, find attractive or date a slim toned guy?" if he answers no, most people would falter and wonder why he doesn't think the twink is attractive.

    much of the gay community emphatically pushes us to expect female emulation or impersonation as the norm and we should desire them. this site being realjock, has a rather skewed proportion of guys that probably think otherwise but switch to a pride event and we're in the minority.

    i don't find flamboyance or femininity attractive, at all. take a guy who physically turns me on a LOT - then turns and does a 30MPH wrist flap and hip swish, and my lust disappears faster than a kid at michael jackson's front door.

    i date a man in worse shape than me right now. although it's not much of a difference between us. one of the couple is always in worse shape than the other. however i suspect you meant drastically worse shape. in that regard - probably not. i want someone that can generally keep up with me in life. in or out of the gym.
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    adaminmarietta said1. Date a drag queen?
    2. Date a man who was in worse shape than you?
    3. And explain why you answered the way you did. Name the pros and cons...


    1. No.

    2. No. From experience, I have dated a couple of guys who weren't in shape, but attempted to drive me away from my gym routine just to sit around with them watching movies and doing other sedentary things while snacking away on chips and home-made fast food. But if I attempted to invite them to a gym, it was usually met with resistance and a lack of motivation. So I prefer to be with someone who is physically active, takes care of himself physically, and enjoys getting out!

    3. Pros: None

    Cons: A drag queen gets immersed to whom they act out as with ostensible flamboyance. I'm interested in dating a guy who is a (masculine) guy, not someone whose gonna be concerned about "her" sequenced gown, wig, and stiletto heels.

    As for the guy in worse shape: I'm not about to get into personal training someone at the gym unless he's already at my same level or above. Period.
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    Jun 12, 2009 5:42 PM GMT
    1. No I wouldn't. Let just say with all the drags I work with at the bar they scare the shit out of me, and most of them have issues that they use drag to try to cover them up. Plus if I wanted a woman would I be gay?

    2. I have, but jealousy on his part ended it quickly. Plus even though we both signed up for the gym at the same time I found myself going alone all the time.
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    Jun 12, 2009 6:01 PM GMT
    Delivis said
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    1. No, but I will date a male lesbian, an action transvestite, or an excecutive transvestire. Free internet cookies to anyone who knows who i am talking about here..icon_smile.gif


    ummmmm i'm going to say Eddie Izzard?
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    Jun 12, 2009 11:01 PM GMT
    SantosMadrid saidI'm starting to think "adaminmarietta" is indirectly fishing for compliments or attention. there seems to be a common thread with all his forum subjects.


    No, I am trying to figure men, out and how they tick thats all.
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    Jun 12, 2009 11:04 PM GMT
    GOOD LUCK WITH THAT ONE!
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    Jun 12, 2009 11:05 PM GMT
    1) I dated a Sister of Perpetual Indulgence briefly. Do they count as drag queens? Anyway, no big deal. He dumped because I wasn't a donkey dicked power top that wanted to wreck his hole 24/7. That's my story and I'm sticking to it.

    2) Yes, and I have. Though it's normally the other way around.

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    Jun 12, 2009 11:08 PM GMT
    SantosMadrid saidGOOD LUCK WITH THAT ONE!


    I find it funny that almost all men on here are saying no to drag queens because "If I were gonna date a woman I wouldn't be gay."

    MOST drag queens are men that do drag for a job. I live as a man and just have fun entertaining people.
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    Jun 13, 2009 1:12 AM GMT

    I tried to touch on that in my answer. They are performers, end of story.
    Who wouldn't want to date Barb, Liza, or Channing any way!! Oh gosh, I'd die.

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    Jun 13, 2009 1:17 AM GMT
    1) I wouldn't rule it out, and while I have a couple of drag queen friends, I've not considered them dating material. Honestly, if I found a guy who I was attracted to who was a drag queen, it really wouldn't bother me in the slightest.
    2) Um, maybe? I guess to me, muscle size isn't all that important, but considering my days are very active, including 8 hours of glass blowing, swimming, skateboarding, and riding my bike everywhere, if my guy couldn't keep up with me, I don't see it lasting.
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    Jun 13, 2009 1:30 AM GMT


    1. Date a drag queen?
    2. Date a man who was in worse shape than you?
    3. And explain why you answered the way you did. Name the pros and cons...

    Well, since you asked....

    1. Not at all.

    2. Not at all.

    3. Regarding #1- I like my men masculine. If I wanted a woman, I'd date a woman, but I want a man. A man that acts, looks, and dresses like a man. Otherwise, it's confusing to me. Regarding # 2- Sometimes you have to make sacrifices to get what you want. I would love to sleep in until at least 9 every morning, but I have to be at work at 4am so I get up at 230 every morning. It's a sacrifice. I would love to lay around and gorge myself on pasta and cake and donuts and pizza and beer, but I love myself and want to look my best with what God gave me so I workout 5-6 days a week, I eat the right kind of food in moderate portions and I jog 5 miles every afternoon. It's a sacrifice.

    Since you asked.

    I answered.