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The Gay Man of Manliness

Started this discussion. Last reply by Vytautas Dec 13, 2013. 30 Replies

Gay men in general are just as manly as any other straight male.   Have jobs,roof over their heads. In to sports  etc Continue

 

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John Ware replied to Michael Romero's discussion long arm of the law too long?
"True ,sad that things are that way."
Dec 26, 2013
John Ware replied to Michael Romero's discussion long arm of the law too long?
"Tyler, You are in la la land!   I was 110% on the police side all my life.  THEY ARE NOT YOUR FRIENDS!   After trusting a cop who lied repeatedly ,who is known to be dishonest and a bully cost me over 6000.00,(No Evidence for there…"
Dec 26, 2013
John Ware replied to Michael Romero's discussion long arm of the law too long?
"The Sheriff can give a traffic ticket.  The police can not give you a ticket on private property, a ticket may clear things op legally with car insurance ,I'm not sure. You are right the police can do anything! They are not your friend!…"
Dec 24, 2013
John Ware commented on Daniel Guest's group Sons Of The South
"Born and Raise in the South,In the first state to leave the Union,South Carolina.   Proud to be a Southerner.    We did lose the war but have risen from the ashes."
Dec 17, 2013
Vytautas replied to John Ware's discussion The Gay Man of Manliness
"These phenomena from antiquity are further proof that views on homosexual behavior, and even categories of sexuality themselves, change according to time and place and are therefore products of social construction."
Dec 13, 2013
Adrian Miranda replied to John Ware's discussion The Gay Man of Manliness
"Shucks Chucks- like you i really dont care about someones orientation (or the use of proper punctuation).  There is no reason to walk around spring loaded to dislike people because of religion, race, orientation, poor grammer/punctuation…"
Dec 12, 2013
Chuck Knight replied to John Ware's discussion The Gay Man of Manliness
"Its how he describes himself, so it probably has a meaning, but don't assume that I know the subtler points."
Dec 12, 2013
Nate Thallas replied to John Ware's discussion The Gay Man of Manliness
"That reminds me of a funny story... When i was doing my internship in paramedic school, one of my favorite preceptors on the local fire department was gay. Again, couldn't tell until he told me. Nicest guy I've ever met, built like a brick…"
Dec 12, 2013
Carl Monster replied to John Ware's discussion The Gay Man of Manliness
"Funny, the gay guy I know who was so not the stereotype gave me the impression he was gay just so he could piss people off by calling them homophobes, especially his father who he said he hated. Like you, I avoided him because it was unpleasant to…"
Dec 12, 2013
Andrew replied to John Ware's discussion The Gay Man of Manliness
"That is hilarious, Chuck.  I'm not a big fan of labels.  I've known some very masculine guys that were "gay"."
Dec 12, 2013
Nate Thallas replied to John Ware's discussion The Gay Man of Manliness
"I work with a gay slob (Honestly, until I met him, I didn't think such a thing existed. All my gay friends and family are neat to the point where it's difficult to distinguish housecleaning from neurosurgery). A few weeks ago, he…"
Dec 12, 2013
Chuck Knight replied to John Ware's discussion The Gay Man of Manliness
"I have a lot of friends who are gay.  A disproportionately large number, actually.  I get along great with gay guys.   One of my closest friends is extremely gay...and is a stereotypical deer-hunting camo-clad redneck.  Put the…"
Dec 12, 2013
John Ware replied to John Ware's discussion The Gay Man of Manliness
"Very good,indeed. "
Dec 12, 2013
Carl Monster replied to John Ware's discussion The Gay Man of Manliness
"Of course. I've known gay guys who were slobs, dressed horribly and brutish in manner, and very girly guys who were downright straight perverts when you got to know them. There are lots who fit the stereotypes as well, enough to generate it…"
Dec 12, 2013
Rick Shelton replied to John Ware's discussion The Gay Man of Manliness
"They can be manly if they can take rejection without trying to push the issue or 'lead into a situation'.  There are gay assholes (no pun intended but whatever) who won't take no for an answer and keep trying to 'turn'…"
Dec 12, 2013
Brad Williams replied to John Ware's discussion The Gay Man of Manliness
"LOL"
Dec 12, 2013

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