Feminine or not?

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    Aug 03, 2009 12:38 AM GMT
    A lot of times when I am just passing by profiles scanning through reading. Sometimes I'll see things like "a masc guy looking for other masc guys" just different things of that matter, and if you don't point out that your only for masc then does that mean you like fem too?? I'm not saying there is anything wrong with stating what you like in a man. I just wonder if your into only masc men does that means no femininity not even to a certain extent, no fem qualities at all??? If you look at each end of the spectrum it ranges from anyone feminine to a butch. I don't even know what I would be considered. What would you consider yourself? Is there a certain level of femininity that is over the top?



    So can you guys help me figure out as to what is what?

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    Aug 03, 2009 12:49 AM GMT
    I don't state what I like cause i like'em all..

    and Feminine guys are cool.. there fun, more relaxed and interesting.. although I struggle when they get emotional.. cause.. well.. it's frustrating.. but anyway..

    Not that I don't mind masculine guys, I like them too.. but you can see through a mask easier then a pane of glass..

    eh I just like people who are them self more, I don't care what way they swing.. I don't like those who demands that the other person be "like them" cause thats just stupid, the world is a big and varied place, embrace it's queerdom!
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    Aug 03, 2009 1:08 AM GMT
    Yes.. and you your self Brandon are a picture of interest.. since your incapable of posting anything but pictures it seems..

    perhaps one day you might have something insightful to say... but probably not.
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    Aug 03, 2009 1:17 AM GMT
    thank god for the ignore button.

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    Aug 03, 2009 1:33 AM GMT
    To each his own, SAYULOVEMEH.

    Judging by all the posts that have revolved around "masc" and "feminine," I say its best to not dwell on the issue. It's a personal matter based on an individual's interpretations, notions, feelings, attractions, so there won't be one answer to satisfy all the questions you have.

    Don't think about where you fall — be true to yourself and Mr. Right or Mr. Good Enough will accept you for who you are.

    And that "Fuck off, ugly" button reminds me of a prank call which features a soundboard of Crazy Alice (Howard Stern) and an unfortunate prank victim. Enjoy:


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    Aug 03, 2009 1:41 AM GMT
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    lilTanker saidthank god for the ignore button.

    so unwilling to waste time these days icon_smile.gif





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    Go ahead!... cos "I don't fucking care!!!"icon_lol.gif


    oh dear
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    Aug 03, 2009 1:52 AM GMT
    charlitos saidoh dear
    you just had to quote it didn't you dear icon_razz.gif
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    Aug 03, 2009 2:25 AM GMT
    I dont mind being friendly with everyone, i'v stated that i prefer masc.guys because i'm hoping for more than friendship... and i'm only interested sexually in masc.men...
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    Aug 03, 2009 4:26 AM GMT
    Well mannerisms are mannerisms. That doesn't change what you are interested in and if you are passionate about similar things. I think if there are common links and interests then you won't really notice. Of course, over the top guys (in any sense) are just that... over the top and most likely seeking attention.
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    Aug 03, 2009 9:18 AM GMT
    I hate the label Masc and Fem.


    I'm just a Colorful;Energetic person.



    I've seen "Masc" guys date "Fem" guys.



    I Just can't stand the Attention whores! Yuck.


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    Aug 03, 2009 3:43 PM GMT
    Well, could be too much "Feminity" over the top - is the opposite of the testerone, this thread quickly generated. icon_eek.gif

    LOL
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    Aug 04, 2009 9:13 PM GMT
    SWL2 saidI think masculine just means physically as most men don't really observe or know about their own femine qualities.


    Yeh, I am pretty sure I have feminine qualities just not sure what they are.
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    Aug 04, 2009 9:37 PM GMT
    lilTanker saidI don't state what I like cause i like'em all..

    and Feminine guys are cool.. there fun, more relaxed and interesting.. although I struggle when they get emotional.. cause.. well.. it's frustrating.. but anyway..

    Not that I don't mind masculine guys, I like them too.. but you can see through a mask easier then a pane of glass..

    eh I just like people who are them self more, I don't care what way they swing.. I don't like those who demands that the other person be "like them" cause thats just stupid, the world is a big and varied place, embrace it's queerdom!


    Fem guys are relaxed. Gosh must of missed them. I only got to meet the high maintenance ones, the drama queens, whats relaxed about that? Nor do I call it acting themselves, acting all girly. No self respecting male would ever act that way.

    I've meet many non gay acting homosexuals in my life, and I would not say they are putting on an act, not being themselves, they are men, and have no daddy issues, and are content with who they are. They don't need to put on an act.

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    Aug 04, 2009 9:44 PM GMT
    lilTanker saidI don't state what I like cause i like'em all..

    and Feminine guys are cool.. there fun, more relaxed and interesting.. although I struggle when they get emotional.. cause.. well.. it's frustrating.. but anyway..

    Not that I don't mind masculine guys, I like them too.. but you can see through a mask easier then a pane of glass..

    eh I just like people who are them self more, I don't care what way they swing.. I don't like those who demands that the other person be "like them" cause thats just stupid, the world is a big and varied place, embrace it's queerdom!


    What he said!

    If the individual in question is being authentic to themselves and others, that's rare enough as it is. Whether their mannerisms skew fem or masc (ick - hate those terms, fyi), they're being themselves. Not enough people are in the first place.
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    Aug 04, 2009 9:45 PM GMT
    Ever hear someone describe someone as "articulate." Like they are saying, he's feminine in his speaking.
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    Aug 04, 2009 9:56 PM GMT
    May one suggest that if the fem guys here are offended by such topics, and not a month goes by without this topic coming up, and I recall it being a topic at the end of the 70s, them and us, Fem Vs Mack.

    You can either not look.

    Learn to accept it here, as it is after all a site designed for Homosexual, bisexual jocks, Mack guys, sports men.

    So I'm assuming the non mack guys that come here love to hang with jocks, and want one for themselves; in just 40 days, we can make you a man.

    We are what we are, and this needs no excuses.
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    Aug 04, 2009 11:48 PM GMT
    matey saidMay one suggest that if the fem guys here are offended by such topics, and not a month goes by without this topic coming up, and I recall it being a topic at the end of the 70s, them and us, Fem Vs Mack.

    You can either not look.

    Learn to accept it here, as it is after all a site designed for Homosexual, bisexual jocks, Mack guys, sports men.

    So I'm assuming the non mack guys that come here love to hang with jocks, and want one for themselves; in just 40 days, we can make you a man.

    We are what we are, and this needs no excuses.


    Again, you miss the point. Being feminine and being a jock or loving a particular sport (in my case Tae Kwon Do) are not mutually exclusive. I'm actually not generally attracted to jocks. Sure, you're all very pretty to look at, but I'm usually attracted to geeks, indie boys, nerds, writers, musicians, and other types.

    What I, and others like me on here, take exception with is the idea that having a slight swish to our walk, or a feminine inflection makes us unattractive, not a man, "affected", etc.

    I think we're all spending our lives on a continuum between masc and femme, which is governed less by choice and more by a combination of genetics, hormones, and upbringing.

    The fact is that those of us who are more feminine can't pass, and so we're inevitably - like butch lesbians - on the front lines of our fight for equality.
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    Aug 05, 2009 12:02 AM GMT







    It's preference. It's not offensive to me personally if someone is not attracted to me because of my ethniticity. I can't please everyone, nor am I trying to.

    Masculinity is such a beautiful thing. Fem guys are ok to talk to, I just get a limp dick when it comes to a sexual nature.






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    Aug 05, 2009 12:14 AM GMT
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    It's preference. It's not offensive to me personally if someone is not attracted to me because of my ethniticity. I can't please everyone, nor am I trying to.

    Masculinity is such a beautiful thing. Fem guys are ok to talk to, I just get a limp dick when it comes to a sexual nature.








    Can there be masc fem guys? I would think so..
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    Aug 05, 2009 12:22 AM GMT
    SAYULOVEMEH said
    imlistedhere said






    It's preference. It's not offensive to me personally if someone is not attracted to me because of my ethniticity. I can't please everyone, nor am I trying to.

    Masculinity is such a beautiful thing. Fem guys are ok to talk to, I just get a limp dick when it comes to a sexual nature.








    Can there be masc fem guys? I would think so..


    I started to say no, but then again...what could be percieved as masculine to one may not be to others. I have personally experienced this more than once.

    I met a couple guys from online at one point or another and SPECIFICALLY noted that I was attracted to masculine guys, and well, what they call masculine, I call feminine. The nasily voice and constant hand tossing.

    Clothes don't necessarily make the masculine man. It is the attitude I say.
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    Aug 05, 2009 12:29 AM GMT
    It doesn't matter....bottom line is it all comes down to what you are attracted to. Sometimes we think way too much on these topics. Attraction is what it is. I have great friends who are on the feminine side, who cares. But when it comes to sexual attraction, a feminine guy has never turned me on. It's all in what you like, not that one is right or wrong or good or bad. Just go with what feels right and stop thinking so much.

    Simple.
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    Aug 05, 2009 12:36 AM GMT
    What we think has a tendency to blind us to what we feel..

    letting your self open up to the world and it's potential and you might find something you least expect and certainly didn't think much about.
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    Aug 05, 2009 12:50 AM GMT
    BILLY_1980 saidIt doesn't matter....bottom line is it all comes down to what you are attracted to. Sometimes we think way too much on these topics. Attraction is what it is. I have great friends who are on the feminine side, who cares. But when it comes to sexual attraction, a feminine guy has never turned me on. It's all in what you like, not that one is right or wrong or good or bad. Just go with what feels right and stop thinking so much.

    Simple.


    I know people like what they like, but.. I was just simply wondering if having (some) not the stereotypical fem qualities. Meaning masc and fem. Would that be to fem for a masc seeking masc or. It has to be an all out butch?
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    Aug 05, 2009 12:52 AM GMT
    Brandon_ said"Christian73 said to Matey:"
    "Again, you miss the point"


    Points???...Nobody here is searching for points my dear!...cos "we're not in any Casino"... and he still have rigth to typing whatever he want and express his own opinion when,how and where he want!!!...if u don't like that's your problem! SmileyCentral.comimage.gif


    It's not that one has missed the point again. It may well be again, I just do not see it your / others way.

    I've never wanted to act all fem, and I don't. I don't like my men to be fem, I like em too be men.

    I don't make em be all mack, because they was that way before we met. I love them for who they are, as they do I.

    Maybe I'm lucky. I'm secure in my sexuality, and my manhood.

    Oh there is a reason men and women don't walk the same. So if a guy walks like Paris Hilton, there is nothing natural about it. If a guy decides he wants too walk that way, so be it.
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    Aug 05, 2009 12:57 AM GMT
    Okay not sure why but I think you all think I'm not being true to myself???

    I am most of the time true to myself unless I'm trying to hide something, and that is not the case here. Yes there are fem and masc, but what about the in between where do they fall in?

    I have not stated that I'm a total fem or total musc guy or what I prefer.

    I'm not just some fem dude trying to figure out why some guys don't like feminine. I very well know that its all about the preferences.