Which do you like better Fem guys or Masculine guys?

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    Jun 24, 2008 2:58 AM GMT
    roadbikeRob saidI am only interested in masculine, athletic guys. I don't like effeminate guys. I detest drag queens. I especially dislike guys who smoke and do drugs.


    Do you think maybe life would be easier if you didn't have such a rigid personality?
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    Jun 24, 2008 3:07 AM GMT
    CADickyBoy saidI love these old, washed up men on here that are too picky!


    For some men, being masculine or feminine is a choice.
    But apparently being a jerk is not.
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    Jun 24, 2008 3:11 AM GMT
    I'm not the jerk "JP"

    I love it that these old men dish it out but can't take it! You know you fall into that washed up category and I'm not the blame for it!

    Suck Shit
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    Jun 24, 2008 3:17 AM GMT
    Ok guys Pattison is stalking me over email and saying a bunch of "old fag" gibberish and below in quotes is what he said to me in the the last email! He said I have the body of a child and I asked him where his pics were of his body and this is what he replied.

    "Nor do with my teeth. One feels no need to go shirtless, on the net. It's called morels. Something so many gay men lack. Thus shunned. But in my book you still have the body of a child, and not a man. Sorry but not into kids! Plese come back when you grow up."

    I guess all of the shirtless guys on here have no "morels" (misspelled)

    Geeesh patty, spell much? Fucking Fossile Fag!

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    Jun 24, 2008 3:28 AM GMT
    Ok...how does this fall out in the masc/fem shake down? ... icon_lol.gif

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    http://www.cnn.com/2008/CRIME/06/23/marriage.investigation.ap/index.html
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    Jun 24, 2008 3:40 AM GMT
    str8hardbody saidTHAT'S A STUPID QUESTION who like fem anyway I rather be with a woman if I like fem duh!! Of course everyone like MASCULINE GUYS...move on


    HAHAHHAHAH

    Engrish Preeez! Everyone? How can you speak for everyone? I personally don't get into West Hollywood MeatHeads on Meth! BTW...you look really Masc in those orange short shorts! Do you nare? Really Masc! hahahahhah
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    Jun 24, 2008 3:53 AM GMT
    This thing about fem vs masc depends on the situatiopn.....for me, for an intimate encounter, or lover or whateber....the guy has got to have certain physical and mental chatracteristics that I associate with masculinity...But in terms of stereotypically "fem" kinda guys.......i have found that "they" can be the most honest and caring people in the world.......So I make no judement about the charascter of a man based upon "black and white" catefories. I've been called 100% man, a man's man.... but I hate it when other "masculine men" derive some of their masculinity from making fun of ( or having nothing to do with ) fem guys.

    But in the sac........100 per cent stereotypically ( but natural mot forced and "learned")..... MAN....

    woops

    But I wouldm't even rule out the possibility of falling for someone who is fem......you never know.icon_evil.gif



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    Jun 24, 2008 9:03 AM GMT
    CADickyBoy saidOk guys Pattison is stalking me over email and saying a bunch of "old fag" gibberish and below in quotes is what he said to me in the the last email! He said I have the body of a child and I asked him where his pics were of his body and this is what he replied.

    "Nor do with my teeth. One feels no need to go shirtless, on the net. It's called morels. Something so many gay men lack. Thus shunned. But in my book you still have the body of a child, and not a man. Sorry but not into kids! Please come back when you grow up."

    I guess all of the shirtless guys on here have no "morels" (misspelled)

    Geeesh patty, spell much? Fucking Fossile Fag!

    Oh please communicating via E-mail does not constitute stalking, as it was a 2 way conversation.

    Please print you statement that got this reply, and not just half the fact. One was being nice, and you talked some crap about One having yellow teeth, and too go and clean them! icon_biggrin.gif One stated I still have all my teeth at Ones old age, and asked of you, "do you?" You don't show any!icon_biggrin.gif

    You wanted to see more pics of me. One will never upload such pics, certainly not for a child, or a twink like yourself! Stand by what I said. You do still have the body of a child. Nor are you even verified. Yet you ask for more pics.

    You correct anthers spelling, yet yours lacks perfection. icon_rolleyes.gif When all some one got to pick on some-one is your fat, or you have poor spelling. it's because they have nothing legit. So they resort to name calling. But One thanks you for showing me enough respect to call One a fag. This was kind of you......

    Children..... Oh how do you spell fossil? If you read Ones post. You would know One has no issues with ones age. Young boy. You yet have to survive too be my age. icon_eek.gif

    Oh and it was One whom blocked you too stop the abusive communication, that you made sure it was! icon_eek.gif A stalker would not do this.

    So go on tell the full storey...... like a child. He did this. yet they fail too tell what they did.icon_rolleyes.gif
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    Jun 24, 2008 10:40 AM GMT
    I like my men. I relly do, some are a little more fem than others but who cares... as long as a person is happy with who they are, why the hell would I care and why the hell would you care... Unless you are a raging queen that is trying to over compensate by dissing guys that really don't give a shit.
    I have dated quite a few guys and never judged them on the way they acted before I at least got to know them.
    I have also dated quite a few girls and kinnda like the whole wife thing. A penis kicks ass though!! I went to a club the other day and this random chick started chatting me up. I figured wow she's kindda hot so me and my boyfriend decided to live on the edge and take her home with us... The point however was that she ended up being a guy and pounded the living shit out of my ass. I use to dislike really fem guys but after that shocking experience I realised some guys simply look beter as women. Plus I really like it when a really fem guy fucks the shit out of me. It's all anout the irony of it all...
    But hey to each his own...
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    Jun 24, 2008 1:23 PM GMT
    I pose the same question here I posed on the 200 earlier threads about race and attraction: Isn't life more interesting, more pleasurable, when you're not dismissing entire categories of people?

    In any case, stereotypes about gender and sexuality are usually almost hilariously subjective, as CADickyboy observed in the allegedly uber-butch str8hardbody's wardrobe.

    Don't we all know by now that the more vociferous someone is in his condemnation of effeminacy, the more likely he is to be struggling with his own masculinity?


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    Jun 24, 2008 5:36 PM GMT
    I have always been more attracted to guys that are masculine but also sensitive, artsy and intelligent/shy. Guys that are physically active and like sports are a definite plus.

    Guys with attitude and arrogance but nothing to back it up are a big turn off. Also I find guys that try to be your typical insensitive, boorish str8-acting guy tiresome.
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    Jun 24, 2008 5:41 PM GMT
    Masculine guys. If I want to date a "girl" I'll date a girl not a guy.
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    Jun 24, 2008 6:09 PM GMT
    Masculimine or a Femascular guy will do! icon_twisted.gif
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    Jun 24, 2008 6:11 PM GMT
    Soonawarrior saidMasculine guys. If I want to date a "girl" I'll date a girl not a guy.


    Hmmm. I used to think that way, when I was newly out and insecure about my own masculinity. Then I realized two things: (1) who I date or am attracted to doesn't say anything about how much a 'man' I am, and (2) girls don't have dicks...and even the flamingest queen out there does. That's the decision-maker for me. icon_wink.gif
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    Jun 24, 2008 6:11 PM GMT
    Soonawarrior saidMasculine guys. If I want to date a "girl" I'll date a girl not a guy.

    Good luck finding a chick with a dick.
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    Jun 24, 2008 6:32 PM GMT
    Chizzad saidMasculimine or a Femascular guy will do! icon_twisted.gif



    I have no clue what femascular is, but if he wants a guy like that.... I will have two, please. icon_razz.gif JK One will do just fine.
    This question seems to have brought out both the ignorant bone heads and the educated well adjusted members of this site. I was kinda surprised by the range of answers some of the guys gave. Come on guys.
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    Jun 24, 2008 6:37 PM GMT
    RunintheCity said[quote][cite]z_squared said[/cite]
    Hmmm. I used to think that way, when I was newly out and insecure about my own masculinity.


    This is what I tend to assume about any man who vocalizes some protest about masculine/feminine expressions in gay males. [/quote]

    Exactly. Didn't both Shakespeare and Alanis Morissette say something about protesting too much??
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    Jun 24, 2008 6:52 PM GMT
    Ah, haha. Always a controversy here for untold minutes of sublime pleasure.

    gay/straight < human < individual

    Loving someone because they are gay is the obverse of hating someone because they are gay, it's the same coin and shows the same lack of care and attention to the individual.

    'Gays' will just as readily poleaxe the 'subversive' as anyone else... as is apparent.

    I'm gay and so supposed to love everyone equally, like everyone equally and pass out my inextinguishable supply of love, open-mindedness and equality to all the less fortunate 'straight' people in the world. Give me a fucking break. I have neither the time nor the inclination... I need to beat COD4 on the hardest setting.

    If I had a name tag, it would say Aaron, not Gay. And I resent being excluded as much as I resent being included by way of 'Gay', because they are the same in that I am dismissed as 'gay'. I have no other virtue or quality that deems consideration.


    And as for the question:

    I like to eat apple pie. I don't like the way mince pie tastes, but it smells ok. I would be friends with mince pie, but I wouldn't have it for desert.


    P.S. My bladder is full so bring on the flames! icon_razz.gif
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    Jun 24, 2008 6:53 PM GMT
    I like effeminate lesbians and masculine gay guys

    ....is that wrong? icon_lol.gif
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    Jun 24, 2008 7:02 PM GMT
    I just prefer guys who are comfortable in their own skin *shrug*

    being the type that can talk about project runway while changing your cars oil, I don't really care either way as long as thats who the person really is lol I thought the fun part of being gay was not having to fit into this socially defined role that boys do this and girls do that and so on. But i guess i've hung out with too many drag queens haha
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    Jun 24, 2008 11:26 PM GMT
    zdrew saidExactly. Didn't both Shakespeare and Alanis Morissette say something about protesting too much??


    Yes, right between songs about how depressed she is and how she'd just like to kill herself.

    Oy.

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    Jun 24, 2008 11:57 PM GMT
    Mom used to say, "there's someone for everyone." Thank goodness. I know I'm a "someone", and my bf is one of the "everyones", and vice versa. I'd have to say we're both "masculine", but as others have said, I'm more into the guy than the stereotype. (and I'm really into the guy!)
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    Jun 25, 2008 12:05 AM GMT
    I could give a rat's ass about a guy's mannerisms...

    However, a man's voice can make or break my attraction to him.
    Shrug
    It's odd.
    I agree.
    Yes, I know I'm right.
    Oh I had the turkey with avocado.
    No it was slightly dry. I could have done with more avocado but at 1.99$ a scoop.
    Oh and have you heard my new ringback? It sounds like the number's been disconnected.
    No really.
    Well my friends will sit and listen to it and leave a voice mail when it's over.
    It's only on during work hours.
    Fine.
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    Jun 25, 2008 3:23 PM GMT
    Is THIS masculine enough for you guys:

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    Click here to see what's under the hood (NSFW!!!!).
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    Jun 25, 2008 3:33 PM GMT
    Well... some fems can be a bit masculine, and some masculines can be a bit fem too. Both are ok I guess, masculines make me feel loved, and fems are very appreciative.