freakofnature saidNo, I don't find married or formerly married guys to be better in any way. I do however, find a bias on their part in that they often perceive themselves as somehow superior for having been married. This bias can extend to those who, while never having been married to a woman, somehow find "married, str8, bi guys more desirable. Seems like internalized homophobia to me.
I also find that married or formerly married guys are more rigid and conservative in their thinking, and less honest.
Well since I could come under your comment, I will comment. I was born a pure homosexual, spent my whole life a pure homosexual, and will die one too! I even find it attractive in other pure homosexuals who are content with being a man, and who have not been infected by the gay community, and have many other aspects about them, than just being gay.
Nothing internal hating about it, it's what I personally find attractive in a guy, none of the guys gay or bi I have dated have ever been gay acting, because the gay community has not devoured them, and they have not become sheep; thus not infected by all things gay. Being a pure homosexual, I'm not not attracted to thing girly, as I like my men, and too be men. Many bisexuals fit this, but not all, as some feel they need to put the rainbow flag everywhere to prove something, and I as a content person, have never had that need. But we don't need a rainbow to show our diversity. I think gay guys who feel a need to put all under one banner, lack diversity, and have issues of not loving themselves, and could never stand in the world on their own.
There is a strength that comes from having pure acceptance of yourself.