How your dress can tell your Sexual Orientation? Gay or Straight.

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What the hell does that have to do with orientation?

so u say dressing style wont tell if a man is straight or bisexual? Woow. We gays are so disappointed that you straight men dont take notice of the extra care we take to dress up. Damn

Daniel has the right of it.  It would be a sad sad day if dressing well meant you where gay.  

I tend to hold that a person's orientation is the one they express as you talk to them.  I know it is so odd to think that one might judge someone on their character and charm rather then on gender orientation, but give it a try.  I bet you will meet some wonderful people that way.  

What kind of ignoramus even posts something like this?

ignoramus? U like throwing heavy words around dont you. You just assume anything we speak about homosexual is an insult to them and should just keep mum about it. I am so tired of people like you posting their "ignoramus" comments.

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The correct word is 'ragged' t shirt ...not raggedy.

haha.... It is soo random but funny..

One of the first friends I made upon moving out to the country turned out to be extremely gay.  He is a booted, denim clad redneck, through to his soul.

 

How does his collection of well worn Wrangler jeans communicate his desire to sleep with men?  Is his Carhartt barn coat a subtle hint?

no, the hint is the flower. Gays unlike straight men are in good touch with their female side, well so their fondness towards flowers is common just like women.  So avoid it if you dont want to show it is the message. simple. Just an styling advise for men who want to be neutral with their dressing style. No disrespect to anybody.

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