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Jumping on the bandwagon: Ask a Homosexual

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by croxis, Dec 17, 2006.

  1. croxis

    croxis Chat room op

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    Bill3000 said I should make an ask a boy thread... I wanted to do ask a homo sapian, but I'm sure that would be spam too.

    anyways, you guys know the drill.
     
  2. Bill3000

    Bill3000 OOOH NOOOOOOO! Supporter

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    How do you feel about being a second class citizen?
     
  3. Godwynn

    Godwynn March to the Sea

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    Did you always like males? Even as a child?

    I'm trying to resolve an issue of whether a homosexual is born that way or chooses to be.
     
  4. AL_DA_GREAT

    AL_DA_GREAT amour absinthe révolution

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    Why does liking guys make you act like women?
     
  5. nonconformist

    nonconformist Miserable

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    Do you get offended by jokes which, while not made to insult or degrade homosexuals, target them as a specific group?
     
  6. general_kill

    general_kill Deity

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    Why do you guys need a parade?
     
  7. Red Stranger

    Red Stranger Emperor

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    Do you want kids?
     
  8. Mr. Dictator

    Mr. Dictator A Chain-Smoking Fox

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    are you trying to make our kids like you?

    but seriously...do you get annoyed by flamboyant homosexuals too?
     
  9. puglover

    puglover Disturber of Worldviews

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    Do you honestly care if the Christian church is willing to give your marriages religious backing?
     
  10. garric

    garric Emperor

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    Why can't you just love a woman instead of looking at things in a "I can't have sex with this" aspect?

    How does it feel knowing that you're undermining the genetic spread of your traits and the birth rates of the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA?


    Moderator Action: You'd had your final warning already. Enjoy your holiday.
     
  11. Truronian

    Truronian Quite unfamiliar Retired Moderator

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    Have you ever dated a guy with the same name as you?
     
  12. JonnyB

    JonnyB Workaholic

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    Do you still think this thread was a good idea?
     
  13. croxis

    croxis Chat room op

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    It sucks and it hurts.

    Sexuality development isn't terribly straight forward, especially with the social stigmas. I can tell you my first kiss was with a girl named Monique in kindergarten. I was into sophisticated women at that time ;)

    To seriously answer your question, i've been sexually attracted to males as long as i've been sexually attracted to anything (got the internet in 6th grade, straight porn made me bored very fast). Emotional attraction is a little more grey for me personally.

    Me, act like a girl? I hate shopping, I know how to change oil and spark plugs in my car, I only own two pairs of shoes...

    I think there are two big reasons why this stereotype exits. First the flamboyant ones are obvious while the more masculan ones fade into the background and you would never know they were gay until they told you. The second reason is a bit on the historical side. One of the leading forces that brought the gay community out of serious oppression during the 1960s-80s were the drag queens. The gay community (which does NOT include all gay people) nucleated on that and then it kind of became part of the personal identity which persists to this day.
     
  14. De Lorimier

    De Lorimier North American Scum

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    Regular people have more purpose in life than make babies as a patriotic gesture.

    Seriously, this is one of the stupidest thing ever posted here and that's saying much. But coming from the guy who made a point of stating he has no jewish blood in him in the ancestry thread, I'm not surprized.
     
  15. nonconformist

    nonconformist Miserable

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    How does it feel being CFC's resident retard?

    I would say "how does it feel knowing you're CFC's resident retard", but I seriously think you're oblivious of it.

    God, you're basically spurting Mein Kampf or some other horrendously twisted "ideology" which revolves around social Darwinism and racial theory.

    Moderator Action: No need to call anyone a retard. Warned.
    Please read the forum rules: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=422889
     
  16. Red Door

    Red Door Man of Mayhem

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    Thank you. Thank you for disrespecting millions of people and Americans.
     
  17. Jawz II

    Jawz II Oh Dear

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    :lol:

    are your parents cool with it, or are they "garrish" (i dont mean garish, im making up a new word)?
     
  18. brennan

    brennan Argumentative Brit

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    Your question will not address that issue. Or did you start lusting after women while you were still a child?
     
  19. C~G

    C~G Untouchable

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    Let's keep the discussion civil even though the subject might irratate some people.

    I know few gays pretty well so don't have much to ask about but croxis what do you think is the hardest part of being gay? (the most difficult that is ;) )
     
  20. croxis

    croxis Chat room op

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    It really depends on the context, so i can't answer this question that well. I'm not a fan at all of the phrase "That's so gay." It is really fun to go "No, I'm gay" and watch horror spread over their face. Being a minority does have its perks every now and then.

    Like above, it was to bring the community into public conscious. People tend to ignore what they don't like and by bringing it into the light it became talked about and hence the progress over the past few decades. I still think the parades are helpful (in the US) in most cases but it is no longer the leading force. Here in Portland the parade is the last thing for Pride, a big ol- gay festive. Like the double meaning I put in there. Sneeky I am!

    Yup, the plan is to adopt 2.

    Kids like me as it is. besides, I am going to be a middle school science teacher so i can spread the gay agenda and brainwash the children....
    (That was sarcasm fyi)

    Personally no I don't. It is up to the churches/denominations what they want to do, as it is their right. All I ask for is the same legal status under the law.

    I don't look at the "I can't have sex with this thing aspect." Heck I've tried and wanted to. Just wasn't for me. Instead I focus on the positive things, who do I love emotionally and sexually. Hence my current boyfriend. Now if there was a nice young woman which I did have emotional/sexual connections to, then it would be an option for me that I would persue. There have been cases where gay men and women have opposite sex partner, still identify themselves as gay/lesbian, but say, "except for him/her." Sexuality is not binary.

    As for your second point, that is more or less nationally justified eugenics and racism, neither of which I am down with. I am concerned with the welfare of all people and not impose limits to my kindness and love to arbitrary borders someone scribbled on a map. I also believe birth rates need to go down (which they are in the US), that the economy needs a total overhaul to adjust for information era demographics.

    I have, it is.... quite odd and a slight fetish thing too, but now I'm going into TMI.

    I didn't know people would flock this fast like a Chris Evans shirtless walking into a gay bar.

    And this multi-quote feature is handy
     

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