Biggest Compliment of gay Men

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    Jan 03, 2010 6:27 PM GMT
    I saw the topic "biggest complaint of gay men". So Since it is a new year, 2010, let's focus on the positive aspects too. So I ask

    What is your biggest compliment of a gay men?



    We can see which column has more replies, the complaints or the compliments..........begin

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    Jan 03, 2010 6:32 PM GMT
    I stopped combing it in elementary school really...

    I spiked it for a year with some colored gel (No comb required) and in high school I grew it out to ponytail length (Heavy duty brush, no comb).

    At this point, I go for the intentionally messy look... So no combing whatsoever.

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    Jan 03, 2010 6:38 PM GMT
    I'll start, I think gay men are very giving if they know of someone in need like a child with cancer and needs help or a family low on food.
  • Celticmusl

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    Jan 03, 2010 6:55 PM GMT
    Even in the complaint thread I mentioned that most gay men at least can pull together a good outfit and look for almost any occasion.

    They don't mind kissing or hugging you as a welcome, or when you are leaving.

    They can be very complimentary, and most are.

    They don't mind dog sitting with little notice.

    There are so many attributes that I like in a gay man in general, it's hard to list all of them.
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    Jan 03, 2010 6:59 PM GMT
    EVERYTHING !!!
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    Jan 03, 2010 7:00 PM GMT
    Behind diamonds and dogs we are girl's best friends
  • gsh1964

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    Jan 03, 2010 7:05 PM GMT
    I would say that most gay guys are beautiful in many ways.
    Artistic
    Friendly
    Funny
    Stylish
    Helpful
    Loving
    Caring
    Open Minded
    Progressive

    Realistically, we have our issues, like everyone else. The list I just made is the basis of who we are.
    It time we start focusing on the positive aspect of who we are, instead of talking about all the negative... it doesn't help to be negative.

    Thanks for starting this.. I love it!!
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    Jan 03, 2010 7:25 PM GMT
    I feel all of us who are part of the gay male tribe are the most talented species on the planet. We are by far the most intelligent, most creative, most nuturing, most genuine, most endearing.

    As long as we keep our bitchiness controlled, we can be the best there is.

    In one package, we have everything that is desirable in a human being, qualities lacking in both straight men and straight females
  • dannyboy1101

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    Jan 03, 2010 8:26 PM GMT
    Gays are caring enough to sleep with any man, single or attached, with no strings and little chance of "Fatal Attraction" as long as that man has a masculine persona and visible abs.

    Yes, that was back-handed, but seriously how can one lump ALL gays into deserving a compliment? Some don't even fight for our own rights (Log Cabin Boys). You're complimenting stereotypes just the same as a forum on why men suck. It's not black and white. All gray... Sorry for raining on the parade.
  • dannyboy1101

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    Jan 03, 2010 8:39 PM GMT
    Ok, I have a legitimate one:

    Gays are so diverse when it comes to race, religion, gender, culture, values, and experience that they transcend the ability to offer one compliment to all.
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    Jan 03, 2010 8:41 PM GMT
    artistic manscaping.
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    Jan 03, 2010 8:44 PM GMT
    Celticmusl said




    They don't mind dog sitting with little notice.



    I'm doing that RIGHT NOW! how did you know?!?!
  • dannyboy1101

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    Jan 03, 2010 8:51 PM GMT
    Celticmusl saidThey don't mind kissing or hugging you as a welcome, or when you are leaving.



    Oh, I absolutely hate this! My sister-in-law has to hug me everytime I see her. I ain't no hug slut! Even worse are the midwest boys who think they're cultured by doing the "faux Parisian cheek kiss" thing.

    You wanna put your arms or lips on me...? To quote Rupaul, "You better work!"
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    Jan 03, 2010 8:52 PM GMT
    Celticmusl said
    They don't mind kissing or hugging you as a welcome, or when you are leaving.


    This. In my experience, gays are quite affectionate. It's a refreshing difference from the usual American formality.
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    Jan 03, 2010 8:58 PM GMT
    Blue_83 said
    Celticmusl said
    They don't mind kissing or hugging you as a welcome, or when you are leaving.


    This. In my experience, gays are quite affectionate. It's a refreshing difference from the usual American formality.


    American prudishness.
  • gsh1964

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    Jan 03, 2010 9:01 PM GMT
    dannyboy1101 said
    Celticmusl saidThey don't mind kissing or hugging you as a welcome, or when you are leaving.



    Oh, I absolutely hate this! My sister-in-law has to hug me everytime I see her. I ain't no hug slut! Even worse are the midwest boys who think they're cultured by doing the "faux Parisian cheek kiss" thing.

    You wanna put your arms or lips on me...? To quote Rupaul, "You better work!"


    Dude!! Really??

    I think your missing the point on what this string is about. The guy who started it was to counter the negative one that was started earlier.

    That might be where you should post your negative comments.

    I can't believe that your only 27 why so bitter and angry?
    What a way to start out the New Year.
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    Jan 03, 2010 9:10 PM GMT
    Lostboy said
    Blue_83 said
    Celticmusl said
    They don't mind kissing or hugging you as a welcome, or when you are leaving.


    This. In my experience, gays are quite affectionate. It's a refreshing difference from the usual American formality.


    American prudishness.



    I was brought up in a huge italian family from Boston, we hug and kiss everyone all the time, both coming and going.
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    Jan 03, 2010 9:19 PM GMT
    Celticmusl saidEven in the complaint thread I mentioned that most gay men at least can pull together a good outfit and look for almost any occasion.


    I'll be honest, I've never understood the stereotype that gay men are adept at clothes or fashion. One trip to the LA pride parade leads me to the think quite the opposite is true. I have never seen more tacky, ill-fitting clothes in one spot in my life!
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    Jan 03, 2010 9:28 PM GMT
    Ok I will add another one, gays are good at speaking their minds and not holding back.
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    Jan 03, 2010 9:46 PM GMT
    Gay guys seem to be funny and laugh alot-which is cool.
  • nismo29732

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    Jan 03, 2010 9:53 PM GMT
    As a whole, we are very creative and good at making nothing into something. ( In a positive manner) For example, you notice that quite a few people in high ranking positions are gay?
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    Jan 03, 2010 10:03 PM GMT
    I wanted to say that most gay men and women are more understanding than their heterosexual counterparts, but then I did some looking at my friends and thought maybe that wasn't so true.

    But they are almost always kind to animals, and every bit as diverse as the heterosexual community in mannerism, affection, open-mindedness, religion, political view, inhibitions, and every other aspect of the human condition.

    So the best compliment I can give is that we're just like everybody else!
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    Jan 03, 2010 10:05 PM GMT
    dannyboy1101 said
    Celticmusl saidThey don't mind kissing or hugging you as a welcome, or when you are leaving.



    Oh, I absolutely hate this! My sister-in-law has to hug me everytime I see her. I ain't no hug slut! Even worse are the midwest boys who think they're cultured by doing the "faux Parisian cheek kiss" thing.

    You wanna put your arms or lips on me...? To quote Rupaul, "You better work!"


    That "faux Parisian cheek kiss" thing - I HATE that. I thought about putting tiger balm on my cheek if I know I'll run into a frump that does it and burn their lips off!! icon_twisted.gif

    Oops that would be a complaint - lets see, thinking of a compliment... ummm how about gays are good for the economy?
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    Jan 03, 2010 10:06 PM GMT
    nismo29732 saidAs a whole, we are very creative and good at making nothing into something. ( In a positive manner) For example, you notice that quite a few people in high ranking positions are gay?


    I think part of the reason gay people rise to the top is that we are very good at 'reading' people (learned for protection at first) and then the skill is honed and polished as we grow older.
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    I love gay men... they tell you exactly whats on their minds... and they don't mind if you stare at them
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    Jan 03, 2010 10:11 PM GMT
    gays really know how to party.most of them at least.
    straight guys could too but most are so afraid it might look gay .