Any "straights" on this site?

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    Nov 30, 2007 6:24 AM GMT
    OK! all of you "straight" men lurking in the shadows, come out and show yourselves!
    Why do you hang in a "gay" site?
    Obviously the workout information is much more informative than say "Men's Health" or "Men's Fitness", and the forum reparte is obviously more witty. Still, isn't it a little "different" to be on a site that is gay oriented and isn't always telling you how to tell when she wants it harder, deeper, faster, longer, etc. Of course, WE could all give classes on how to tell when HE wants it harder, deeper, faster, longer, etc. LOL!icon_lol.gif Come on... 'fess up!
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    Nov 30, 2007 7:20 PM GMT
    Any straights want to be gay? It's more fun.icon_biggrin.gif
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    Nov 30, 2007 7:38 PM GMT
    Well if I were straight I would feel a little uncomfortable outing myself based on your post. So if you are straight and hang out here, kudos to you brother! I am a straight ally, and accept your alternative from gayness lifestyle! haha.
  • comtnjock

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    Nov 30, 2007 7:44 PM GMT
    I'm with hippie4lyfe! I started using this site mainly because of the informative workouts. My boyfriend definitely likes my changing body tone. My straight roommates took notice as well. They view the pages as guests and have me print out the workouts. I associate with straights and I would be somewhat intimidated using this website. Usually, the guys I know who are ripped are gay and the guys who aren't "gay" that are ripped are still in the closet, generally.
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    Dec 02, 2007 9:28 AM GMT
    Way to put it hippie4life! Lol I know a lot of fit guys and, yeah, they are gay, but some of my fitness role models have been my straight military friends.

    I'm okay with straight lurkers.
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    Dec 02, 2007 10:55 AM GMT
    I'm sure the heterosexual males using this website don't browse through the "All Things Gay" forum...if they do I'm fairly sure that they aren't straight.
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    Dec 02, 2007 11:26 AM GMT
    well i totally understand why staight men hang in here
    it's because gay men are alot more fun to be with icon_cool.gif
    and because our homo site looks better and is way more fun than hetro sitesicon_biggrin.gif.

    cheers...
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    Dec 02, 2007 4:02 PM GMT
    Well I could see a straight man posting in the All Things Gay forum as well, because not every convo is about sexuality. There are also some straight people interested in gay culture/civil rights. So its not entirely impossible. There is also the whole sexual continuum so maybe some men who are primarily straight enjoy some gayness to a degree. I think I am being way too PC lol.
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    Dec 02, 2007 4:26 PM GMT
    I agree with you hippie, and most of them were checking what they've missed for being hetero. and after seeing and drooling with all the hot guys in here, all of them are now member of our society and shouted ...."damn! i hate pus*y!" lol
  • MikePhilPerez

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    Dec 02, 2007 4:34 PM GMT
    What's wrong with straight guys on here? or having a look?

    In my opinion the more the merrier. The straight community could learn a lot from the gay community, and I think everyone should be welcome here. I'm not saying it should not be a gay site, just everyone, gay or straight should be welcome as a visitor.

    Mike
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    Dec 02, 2007 7:09 PM GMT
    "There is also the whole sexual continuum so maybe some men who are primarily straight enjoy some gayness to a degree. I think I am being way too PC lol."

    No, I think you're just being too unrealistic and stupid.
  • MikePhilPerez

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    Dec 02, 2007 7:24 PM GMT
    lugubriousNo, I think you're just being too unrealistic and stupid.


    Was there need for thaticon_question.gif

    Mike
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    Dec 03, 2007 6:23 AM GMT
    Mike, Please!...."lugubrious" is on here to "bait" you into an argument. He's an arrogant 21 y.o. twink, that hasn't experienced anything in life and will tell you he's the expert on all of it. My oldest son is just like him and they are both full of crap, just read his profile! He'll go back to his PS3 or one of his other systems that his parents bought him, when he gets tired of our posts...icon_lol.gif

    Sporty_G

    PS: STRAIGHTS are definitely and expressly invited to enjoy our site, the forums and the information. Please participate in the conversations too...
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    Dec 03, 2007 1:29 PM GMT
    lugubrious thank you for your unintelligent and provocative response. are you suggesting there is not a sexual continuum? there are people who are primarily straight with some same-sex attraction, much like there are people like myself who are primarily gay with some opposite sex attraction. color is not black or white, sexuality is not gay or straight, and the temperature is not 0 or 100 degrees. welcome to the world of shades of grey.

    any straight identified males are welcome to check out realjock.com if they so choose icon_smile.gif
  • PRDGUY

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    Dec 03, 2007 1:56 PM GMT
    WELL SAID HIPPIE...

    its now PC to believe something thats been around since the '50's, and further refined by much larger samples since the early 90's on- what's this???:
    DR. KINSEY'S SEXUALITY SCALE

    Of course, you do know that (totally) straight and gay males COMBINED = 19.2% ( combined mmsi-1 and IU studies using sample weighting)