What Is Your View On Euro Gays ?

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    Dec 26, 2007 2:18 PM GMT
    this is a good one isn't it?
    I've been reading this forum for a while now and I really enjoy having the american point of view on different matters. What I am interested in now is to know your view on Gau Europe and of course, the French as I am a frog...
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    Dec 26, 2007 4:14 PM GMT
    I thought that gay was gay. Outside of Europeans being a little (okay a lot) more open about sex, nudity, etc I never really thought of a gay difference.

    Of course, being from the States where most of our culture is based upon Puritan values that never seem to let go...I could be wrong.

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    Dec 26, 2007 6:12 PM GMT
    Vous etes une grenouille, monsieur? Vraiment, votre jambes, ont-ils le gout de poulet?
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    Dec 26, 2007 6:16 PM GMT
    myum myum

  • Dec 26, 2007 6:24 PM GMT
    They are cute or hot and you often miss-take them 4 str8s ;-) ooops
    And they prefer kisses and hugs rather than just sex , i think :-D)) but i'm not one of them
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    Dec 26, 2007 6:33 PM GMT
    I think he means frog eater.

    Euro Gays? depend which country, but love them. All my friends do. Americans are getting too self centered and snobbish. by the attach of my posting you'll know i'm right. icon_lol.gif
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    Dec 26, 2007 6:33 PM GMT
    well i agree that they are a bit more difficult to tell who is gay and who isnt... they have embraced the metrosexual concept a lot more than here in the states. as for the actual guys, its hard to pinpoint differences because they are bound to treat you differently as a foreigner. Lets face it, everybody loves a foreigner. When you are home, you are just another common/typical local.
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    Dec 26, 2007 6:52 PM GMT
    ebl--

    I think the slang is so old that it's practically never used anymore but French people used to be called "frogs". And it wasn't complimentary.
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    Dec 26, 2007 7:21 PM GMT
    Vous etes une grenouille, monsieur? Vraiment, votre jambes, ont-ils le gout de poulet?


    You are a frog, sir? Really, your legs, they taste the chicken?

    Too funny....
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    Dec 26, 2007 8:18 PM GMT
    jprichva
    I've never heard that one. it make sense, to turn a frog to a prince require some french kissing.
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    Dec 26, 2007 8:31 PM GMT
    Eww. Parts is parts, I guess.

    I think men of Mediterranean descent are the most beautiful. The interactions I have had with Euro gays via social networking sites, like this one, lead me to believe they are very open and friendly, as well. The Brits and Danes that I met in Barcelona were immediately friendly and they made for great hotel bar buddies!

    My two cents on the matter.
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    Dec 26, 2007 8:36 PM GMT

    Having lived off and on between Barcelona and Los Angeles all my life I would say there arent a whole lot of differences. I really feel that the LGBT community as a whole is a lot better at transcending international borders than the straight community. Thus, ideas, fashion trends and ideologies are a lot more widespread. I dont know why that is. However, I do feel gays in Europe are a lot more willing to be in "mixed" environments. But I think that is more of a problem facing the straight community in the States than a gay problem. For example, in Barcelona, Paris, Milan... if a club is awesome, EVERYONE will go because they respect the design, the music and the ambience. I feel in this country there are more GAY clubs vs. STRAIGHT clubs, or bars, are areas of cities. For some reason, we arent as willing to socialize together. Then again, in Spain, gay marriage is legal... as for here... well, you know.... ;)
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    Dec 26, 2007 8:51 PM GMT
    Give me a man from Paris or Berlin and I will owe you a lot...
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    Dec 27, 2007 3:03 AM GMT
    There's so much I love about Euroboys and, more generally speaking, about being gay in Europe, I wouldn't know where to begin.

    Off the top of my head though, one of my favourite things about Euroboys, is that when fucking, they rarely sound like they've memorized 30 years worth of American gay porn dialogue. They usually tend to sound like distinct individuals; sexy for real. :^)
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    Dec 27, 2007 5:42 AM GMT
    That grass always seems greener on the other side.icon_wink.gif
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    Dec 27, 2007 6:33 AM GMT
    "That grass always seems greener on the other side."

    Nah, not necessarily greener. It's just very unlikely for European "grass" to do fucking Jeff Stryker imitations when on all-fours.
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    Dec 27, 2007 6:48 AM GMT
    American: O yeah man give it to me I want it all f*** that tight a**

    European: Say, monsieur (grunt), 'ave you read Foucault on ze subject of (unhhhhh) gender construction and (groan) semiotiques?
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    Dec 27, 2007 6:57 AM GMT
    Okay, No, to both those options jprichva and Aero. We're having sex here not your own private monologue, and no, you're not on stage.

    People are people, you connect with some and you don't connect with others, though certainly the mystique of another culture has its allure.

    As for our resident French frog, I've been enthralled by him since he posted what was in his French fridge.
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    Dec 27, 2007 8:09 AM GMT
    I've lived in both Europe and the US - and been with men from both places. In my opinion American guys are more down to earth but not too open minded about many things. European men can be a bit stuck up but also more open about sex and sexuality as well as about other cultures.

    In bed - American guys are very plain and mechanical.. the europeans are hot, passionate and creative.. and much more intellectually stimulating as well. For some reason I am not too attracted to most american guys.. though many of them are very sweet. Europeans are also much more straightforward and will not play as many games as American guys do.. in my experience most american guys cannot be upfront about their feelings and also lie quite a bit... in europe I have yet to encounter this problem with gay men... here if they don't like you they will say it to your face and move on.


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    Dec 27, 2007 8:50 AM GMT
    This is kinda funny...

    I called myself a FROG, just like the British calls the French... Why dont you guys open your minds and mouthes and TRY something different for once such as frogs' legs.... It does taste like chicken... Delicious... But I'd rather eat some smelly cheeses with red wine, It is just heaven on earth.icon_biggrin.gif

    I came to NYC 10 years ago, what I saw from the gay scene in Chelsea was too many bodybuilders... I felt like a skinny dwarf... I have never slept with an american, but if they talk dirty like in a porn movie, I am not sure that I'd enjoy it that much... or maybe I would...

    Thanks for your answers, this was FUN!



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    Dec 27, 2007 10:50 AM GMT
    Aero said
    Off the top of my head though, one of my favourite things about Euroboys, is that when fucking, they rarely sound like they've memorized 30 years worth of American gay porn dialogue. They usually tend to sound like distinct individuals; sexy for real. :^)
    Roflol, that's very true
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    Dec 27, 2007 10:59 AM GMT
    Thygros said[quote][cite]Aero said[/cite]
    Off the top of my head though, one of my favourite things about Euroboys, is that when fucking, they rarely sound like they've memorized 30 years worth of American gay porn dialogue. They usually tend to sound like distinct individuals; sexy for real. :^)
    Roflol, that's very true[/quote]

    So, you are saying that while fucking an american guy, the talk is gonna get as dirty as on films? Like "fuck me harder with that big cock of yours" or whatever?
    I thought they only did it on films

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    This is funny but why not!
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    Dec 27, 2007 11:03 AM GMT
    @SuperJU: In my experience yes, but off course the few Americans i had sex with are not the standard for all
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    Dec 27, 2007 11:11 AM GMT
    As a Euro Gay myself (and I never thought I would call myself that) I see some differences. Most European gays have grown up in countries where the influence of traditional values and religion has almost disappeared. Non-traditional forms of families are widely accepted. People are still religious, but few people take religious leaders serious. That makes many Euro Gays less focused on the 'gay part' of their identity. You see it now in the nightlife. The traditional gay bar/club is often replaced by mixed or straight-friendly places.
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    Dec 27, 2007 4:14 PM GMT
    Well, okay, being serious here now for a microsecond, exactly what kinds of conversations DO Eurogays have while being fucked? You must admit that "fuck me with that big tool" addresses the subject at hand rather well, while "I wonder whether Turkey will be admitted to the EU anytime soon" may seem a trifle off the point.