Staight guys...  

TheGraciousHost 30M
3 posts
4/16/2006 9:11 am

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6/26/2006 8:37 pm

Staight guys...


I truly am a living, breathing example of the gay stereotype. I am so very attracted to straight men. Not just physically, even though for the most part they tend to have the look/body type I prefer down more so then your average twink. I just don't like twigs, and I really dislike gay ones. I'm just so utterly turned off by flamboyant gays. Everything about it doesn't appeal to me, and I'm sure I'm sounding somewhat hypocritical because this all probably applies to me as well. Sadly, I wish that weren't so...

I am probably the most awkward homosexual I know. I really would love to be "one of the boys", but I really just wouldn't fit in. I mean, I have a lot of straight friends and all, but I mostly fall under the funny gay gag and I do my part and they accept me and enjoy my being around because of that. I suppose that's better then nothing, but I still feel like such the odd man out.

I suppose I should be happy that I'm even accepted of them. I acknowledge that I'll never be another typical jock, which is upsetting because that's not just what I want in myself but honestly what I'd expect in a partner. And let me just make this clear, when I say jock I don't just mean a carved out abs and a great ass (even though that is a huge plus). I like the whole package... an athelete... masculine, driven, tough and rough and willing to get dirty... a guy who has that edge to him. That's what I'm attracted to (for the most part) and I suppose there's not much I can do to change that. It just makes things harder for me, that's all...

Guess I'll need to work that much more to get what I want...

rm_44109bayboi 35M
1 post
6/8/2006 4:56 pm

i can really relate to that.its kinda how i picked the guy im with, hes ex military, works his ass off, pretty muscular. I bet at one point or another every gay boy just wanted to be "one of the boys"
well just thought i'd comment good luck!


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