considerate straight friends.

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    Apr 08, 2010 7:17 AM GMT
    So this is supposed to be a fun thread. I have some very nice (totally straight) friends who can be very considerate about my sexual orientation. Sometimes it's cool and sometimes they give it way too much thought, which can be hilarious. Share your fun little anecdotes about your straight friends trying to show consideration. I'll start out with a few cute ones icon_smile.gif

    So my friend wants some company to go see the new movie "clash of the titans". Probably not a movie his wife is interested in. So he asked me. as he said.... "there are lots of half naked muscular guys in 3D, so naturally I thought it must be something for you".
    (he's not entirely wrong lol)

    Another straight friend, my former roommate (who always liked to parade around the appartment naked), is now a physiotherapist for a rugby team. He told me...
    "you should come and watch one of our rugby matches some time. I tell you a lot of the guys on the team are pretty buff, plenty to look at".

    very cute icon_lol.gif

    I'm sure you must have some stories too, perhaps some of the much dreaded well meaning match making attempts (from hell)
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    Apr 08, 2010 12:48 PM GMT
    Can't think of one atm, but on the flip side I do tease my straight male friends by telling them that a lot of my female friends are so comfortable around me they bend over wearing short skirts in front of me and let me feel their tits whenever I like which makes them sometimes say, "maybe I should pretend to be gay...." icon_biggrin.gif

    I do get friends that keep asking if I like certain guys that pass us on the street which I find adorable.
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    Apr 08, 2010 5:37 PM GMT
    I have this one straight friend that needs to approve anyone I go out with. He actually growled one time when he met someone I was dating. I found that funny lol.

    At the gym a couple of my straight friends want to play matchmaker and go up to guys I like so I can meet them. I eventually had to tell them that just because I like a guy, doesn't mean they're gay. They thought about it for a second and said "Geez, that must suck. You have to do all this detective work to find out if a guy is gay, and it's not like you can just go over and ask him." I laughed so hard and said "Yeah....I know.....I got used to it"

    The same straight gym friends from above introduced me to a few of their friends (In their late teens/early 20s). When they found out I was gay they had this intense fascination like I had gills or a tail. After a round of questions one of them asked me how he could get a good friend of his to come out of the closet. He knew his friend was gay and was totally cool with it, he just wanted his friend to be himself. A very considerate thing for a straight teenager to say.

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    Apr 08, 2010 6:34 PM GMT
    The straight teammate (and friend) that knows my orientation was talking to me about a guy I'd been seeing before a match. We kept it pretty general so no one would catch on.

    Problem was a few of my other teammates overheard and when I had walked away came up and asked him who I was talking about. He said that it was just my 'bro-mance' we were talking about. To which they all responded that they thought he was my bro-mance.

    He waited til we were at a bar and I was in a bit of a shitty mood to tell me this. It definitely cheered me up a bit. Haha
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    Apr 08, 2010 9:20 PM GMT
    I always think it's fun/nice/cute when my straight (guys) friends show an interest or are curious about my sexuality/dating life.

    at first I was a bit careful and uncomfortable, talking to my friends about this stuff, cos I wasn't sure how much they'd be comfortable hearing.

    Now I'm more like, "you asked for it, so I'll tell you more than you'll probably want to hear" LOL. especially if they ask really silly/naive questions.

    It's fun, when in straight company, if the lewd jokes aren't exclusively straight, and everybody gets a laugh out of it
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    Apr 08, 2010 9:23 PM GMT
    My best friend is straight, and he says he loves to watch hot muscular men in tights grabbing for each others ball (football) or watching hot muscular men in skimpy tights groping each other (wrestling).
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    Apr 08, 2010 9:33 PM GMT
    Well, the group of friends I'm going out with tonight are straight. Two of the guys have told me on several occasions things like, "If I were gay, I'd totally do you." Um, sooo... what if you're just horny? LOL!

    Also, I had two straight friends over to my place last year (they're a couple) and they found my treasure chest of toys, and went to town... and then they started measuring body parts. By the end of the night, we were all playing Guitar Hero completely naked.
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    Apr 08, 2010 9:37 PM GMT
    I find it absolutely adorable when a straight guy is curious about my sexuality. I don't have too much experience because I tend to be more openly gay with straight girls than straight guys, but I'm trying to push myself to be more open in general. I was at a straight club once with two girlsfriends, and one of them met three guys. She was hoping the three of us could get paired up with the three of them, so she told the three guys I was gay in the hopes of one of the guys being gay. All three guys were straight, but they all told me together that they would try and find me a gay guy. Mind you, straight guys have Never said something like this to me before, so I thought it was the most adorable thing I ever heard in my life lol.
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    Apr 08, 2010 9:38 PM GMT
    I'm moving to San Francisco tomorrow from Vancouver and I had my going away party. My good friend, who's straight and married, told me in a somewhat drunken state that he'd do me if he were gay...

    Then, last week, a friend of mine who moved to Thailand told me if he were gay we'd get married...

    My response to both of them- "Are you gay yet?"
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    Apr 08, 2010 11:56 PM GMT
    Zach (best straight friend): Yeah, you should come over. Mom's boyfriend is a really good looking muscular guy. That's what the gays love, right? Come over and grill with me.


    Me: "Right on. He there now?" *we both laugh*
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    Apr 08, 2010 11:58 PM GMT
    I remember going to a mostly straight party and the host, who had just met me and was introduced to me by a straight friend, said "We only have beer, I hope that's ok?" lol
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    Apr 08, 2010 11:59 PM GMT
    "Hey, man, I'm about to do some laundry. Y'wanna come over and sniff my underwear before I wash it?"
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    Apr 09, 2010 12:12 AM GMT
    Friend: "That's so gay- oh, sorry, sorry, I didn't mean to-"
    Me: "Seriously? You really think I care about that expression when I use it myself?"
    Friend: "Good point."
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    Apr 09, 2010 12:15 AM GMT
    It's amazing how absolutely spot-on straight guys can be when they describe people we may like. icon_wink.gif
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    Apr 09, 2010 10:22 AM GMT
    Timberoo saidI remember going to a mostly straight party and the host, who had just met me and was introduced to me by a straight friend, said "We only have beer, I hope that's ok?" lol


    LOL icon_lol.gif good one
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    Apr 09, 2010 10:33 AM GMT
    I have one friend that is very affectionate. He is know to give me a hug and a kiss when I see him. Another friend will talk about his sex life and then ask about mine. I decline to tell him and he gets upset saying I used to talk about my sex life (or lack there of) when i was dealing with women. He said nothing should change.


    Same friend that gives me a hug and kiss called me and said "I think a guy in my building is gay. We were in the computer room and i went to get my print out. He was on a website called Manhunter. Is that a gay site?" hahaha. I told him it was a gay website were guys were on it mainly for hook-ups. He was pumped and replied...Good for him
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    Apr 09, 2010 9:06 PM GMT
    Was at the movies with some straight buds, they were looking around at prospects, saying which ones they would do or who had the best ass. Then one of my buddies looks over at me and says "So, which guys would you fuck?". I laughed.

    Another story, doesn't really go with the "considerate straight friends" but it's funny. I was at a (straight) bar with my cousin and some other friends, and this girl beside me was chatting me up, so we talked throughout the night. Last call comes and we're getting ready to head out, my cousin is standing to my left and the girl comes up to me on my right, conversation goes like this:

    Random girl: "So am I gonna see you outside?"
    Me: "Ya for su--"
    Cousin: "He likes dick"
    *Random girl walks away*

    That topped off my night haha.
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    Apr 10, 2010 1:02 AM GMT
    My straight friend and I were at lunch today. I told him that I was looking around for my hook-up for lunch. He laughed, and said, "You would have loved this guy at Chili's the other day. He looked like Cristiano Ronaldo, but with longer hair."

    I just laughed and shook my head.
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    Apr 10, 2010 1:25 AM GMT
    I was supposed to meet up with someone for dinner (kind of a date) and got completely stood up, which pissed me off. So one of my straight buddies took me out instead.

    Some of my straight guy friends also will talk about guys with me when we are out. I hate that "I don't judge guys" BS.

    Last weekend when we were all hanging out, one of my classmates asked "So, who's the girl in the relationship?" thinking he was funny (and he's asked that numerous times so it was dead if it was ever mildly humorous in the first place). One of my other [straight guy] friends replied "What part of gay don't you understand? There's no girl in the relationship." Kinda shut him up, lol.
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    Apr 10, 2010 4:38 AM GMT

    My dad will actually do stuff like this every once in a while. He's really a brilliant man but he has absolutely NO social skills.

    We were out for my sisters birthday dinner a few months after i came out. during a lull in the conversation, he clears his throat and asks "So, dave, do you like muscley men, or what?"

    i guess it's his way of trying to show me he accepts the fact that i'm gay, but some of the crap he comes up with is just hilarious.
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    Apr 10, 2010 5:01 AM GMT
    A buddy of mine who would frequently say 'If I was gay I'd so do you" LOL. He was extremely good looking and had an amazing body too. 'sigh' He also told me that if he had not met his wife first. . . that he'd be living with me. (I didn't know what to say to that.)

    Also another good bud who was st8 and married -- his wife said, "If something happened to me, would you get married again?" And he said nope, he'd move in with me instead. He was also amazing looking and an athlete, 'sigh again.'
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    Apr 10, 2010 1:07 PM GMT
    Timberoo saidI remember going to a mostly straight party and the host, who had just met me and was introduced to me by a straight friend, said "We only have beer, I hope that's ok?" lol

    Not sure he he necessarily meant that most gay men don't drink beer. I always say something similar when playing host, if my bar happens to be limited at the moment, regardless of the orientation of our guests. It's just a matter of apologizing for not having a full range to offer every person present, and if I found us with nothing but beer on hand, I would have said the same thing to ALL our guests, man & woman, straight & gay.
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    Apr 10, 2010 1:30 PM GMT
    My straight male friends say they like to live vicariously through me when it comes to my relationship with my girlfriends. According the my straight guy friends, gay men only hang out with the hottest chicks and that we get to 'feel them up' because the girls know it doesn't mean anything to us.
    They also like to rib me for my musical tastes to which I usually respond with reminding them how much they seem to be enjoying the same music as they start to bob their heads and shake their butts.
    But what's best about them is that they have my back. A few weeks back, a bunch of us from my gym went to a sports bar to watch a UFC PPV. One of the girls said something offhanded to me about one of the good looking fighters and I agreed. Some guy that was within earshot let it be known he didn't like faggots and told me I should go elsewhere. My straight guy friends came to my defense and made sure that guy knew that he was way out of line and would get his butt kicked.
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    Apr 10, 2010 1:54 PM GMT
    I got tackled by one of my best friends who is str8 after a soccer championship we won, and he fell on top of me and licked my face...it was funny until he looked at me and said "am I gay yet?"

    then it was hilarious..

    I told him if he licked a little lower, I'd give him his membership card.
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    Apr 10, 2010 1:55 PM GMT
    Oh God, so many hijinks ensue with my friends (most of whom are indeed straight). I think the best one though is I was in the car with a couple of my friends, when a guy pulls a left turn literally right in front of us, forcing my friend to swerve into the median to avoid him. He backs out of the grass, pulls into the parking lot, and pulls up next to the car, where he starts going ape shit on this guy. Yelling about how he's a stupid fuck, to learn how to drive, etc, etc. Meanwhile, my other friend and I are just sitting in the passenger and back seats trying to look like bad asses, and trying not to laugh, because this kid (he's probably 18-19) looks like he's about to shit himself. So then, at the end of it, my friend yells "Next time I'll get out and beat your ass you fucking faggot!", then immediately turns to me and says "Sorry Todd!" At that point I just lose all forms of control and start howling in my seat and literally fall over from laughing so hard. I'm sure those kids thought we were insane.