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Discussion in 'Community' started by acidrock, Feb 18, 2004.
I'm wondering how many mac fans here are gay, straight etc? I'm bi. -n
i wonder how many of them know correct grammer...
it is THEIR
I wonder how many of them know correct spelling...
it is GRAMMAR
I always wonder how many know proper dictionary definitions. According to the dictionary I have a gay marriage, happy. I'm heterosexual by choice, would not want it any other way. Actually in the past I have had feelings of a three, just really only fully acted on my Heterosexual decisions. Everyone has the freedom to decide, we are all responsible for that decision. It is not proper to look down on someone else. I have enough to worry about myself.
note I fixed the post title & first post only...
as for myself...straight male...
I'm a straight male - I LOVE women and everything about them!
me too. except PMS. I don't like that at all.
Straight as an arrow here.
Straight male. Two kids (16 months and 4 months)
i'm a card-carrying homo. well, no, i don't really have a card. but i have a keen fashion sense...
in all seriousness tho, i am gay, and not in the 60-year-ago terminology above. My partner is gay too (funny how that happens), we've been together over 3 years now. With a little luck, thanks to some impromptu civil rights activists, we might just be married before the 5 year mark... that's *if* americans learned anything from the last two civil rights movements. Sadly, once again, we see people reluctant to embrace freedom, and it tarnishes america...
that is all
Even though I've been told otherwise by the uninformed... I'm teh straight. Nay-(gay?)-sayers can ask my girlfriend of six months.
Head on over here to San Francisco, it's legal! Well, for a few more days at least....
You're all in denial, hiding from your true feelings, c'mon, admit it you all feel undeniable yearnings for that little, perfectly designed machine you spend so much time with, you're all Macrosexual...
Actually, I've been dubbed "metrosexual" by many people, including gay men.
I dress well, an into art & culture, and drink wine...stereotypical I know, but adds up to it.
After seeing xthree I know I'm straight for sure
We're attracted to big stuff?
Hm. I guess i'm a misogynist. No. Kidding. I'm straight. Though i used to get beat up for being a "queer" in high school because I listened to the Cure and the Smiths.
Didn't know musical choice was inherently tied to sexuality. Hehe.
I studied "human interaction and romantic relationships" in college, (before the design gene kicked in) and noted that in the "test groups" that we did, the differences between "homosexual" couples' interactions versus "heterosexual" couples' interactions was virtually indisinguishable, save for, of course, certain sexual tendencies.
The amounts of loyalty (displayed in certain personality testing) we did showed that "homosexual" couples are 80% more loyal than their hetero counterparts. Kinda interesting, some of the stuff we learned, simply because the public kinda views "gays" as "horny, child molesting kids who were probably abused as children."
At least in Pittsburgh.
I still remember being on a date with this girl and I ran into a couple of friends who are dating and who both happen to be men.
After chattering with them for awhile, they left, and she asked me "what is it like to know gay people?"
I was a bit flabbergasted, and responded, "Well, it's the same as knowing straight people. Except they date the same sex."
I thought she was gonna explode from brain overload. This is the same girl who referred to conga drums as "dirty" because they "remind her of black people which makes her think 'dirt'"
Needless to say, we didn't end up dating. Amazing....
I think these days, everything is tied to sexuality...at least to those looking for it.
I like conga drums.
whatchoo doing later tonite mr conga lover? wanna come over with your telephoto lens?
I've been dubbed a metrosexual as well - I just like to think of myself more as stylish, cultured, and a guy who likes to take care of himself. Of course, it helps when my girlfriend worked in Men's Wear for 7 years - she's got quite the knack for helping me pick out awesome stylish clothes.
your place or mine?
Heh. I feel you there. I like dressing nice. And especially when you're going up against some of the toads in Pittsburgh, wearing khaki shorts and sandals with white socks... I can totally make them look dumb and impress the ladies as a euro-styled, fashionable guy with loads of culture and a bit of an affinity for danger.
hehehe. The stylish bad boy?