johncub wrote:I'm trying to do the same thing Quackenbush. I'm a little shy so with all the people around here where I live, it's still not easy for me.
cloudy wrote:I don't fit in with most gay men, even the ones who call themselves straight acting.
In my experience, really straight acting gay men simply don't hang out with other gay men, hardly at all.
Odeh wrote:I noticed an interesting pattern in American newspapers:...In the personal
ad sections...they have Male seeking Female,Female seeking Male,Male
seeking Male,Female seeking Female..
Now only in the Male seeking Male sections does gender come up among the
males..they are either describing themselves as masculine or feminine..or
seeking someone masculine...it also seems every male is looking for a
masculine male...very few seem to be looking for queens...even though
few masculine guys like "she males"...
In the other sections you don't hear men saying Iam looking for a feminine
female..or a woman saying Iam looking for a masculine man or even a
woman looking for a masculine or feminine woman...
It is only in the male seeking male sections of mainstream newspapers
or gay male newspapers that gender comes up..
Odeh wrote:They seem to be regular guys who like regular guy things: cars,gym and
sports and other regular guys...They are very masculine and are in the
habit of referring to you as "buddy"...One invited me over to watch the foot
ball game with him and a have a beer..
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