If he is wearing one silver and gold, with the silver one slanted at a 43 degrees angle in the left ear, and the gold one slanted at a 94 degrees angle relative the cheek bone in the right ear, it means he is gay, however if the silver one is slanted at a 63 degree angle it means he is straight.
I thought it was if the gold one was slanted at 43 degrees in the left ear . . . Crap, I've been pummeling straight dudes for no reason . . .
It means he likes earrings. Like I do!
I worked with a guy who had two earrings and a girlfriend, didn't stop all the other chicks at work from lusting after him. Don't worry, I highly doubt it will affect your love life.
doesnt mean gay at all... loads of males have both ears done.... i like it...some men really suit it...the gay thing is nonsense...they are your ears...i would say go for it...who makes up these silly rules anyway ..
It doesn't mean anything and no, it shouldn't matter...wear what you want and pay no attention to anyone who derides you for it. It's personal ex<x>pression so if you like it, get them both pierced.
When a man wears earrings in both ears it means he thinks earrings look nice on him and he enjoys wearing them. His earrings do not say anything abut his gender orientation. Earrings for men have been in and out of fashion many times throughout history. The oldest human body known was found in a glacier in Europe about 10 years ago and is believed to be about 5,000 to 6,000 years old. That body was male and had both ears pierced. Most historians now agree Julius Caesar had both ears pierced and William Shakespeare had at least one ear pierced. My wife pierced my ears 50 years ago this month and I enjoy wearing earrings in both my ears. If anyone has a problem with that, it is their problem, not mine.
During social periods in this U.S., piercing in a man's ear was a sign he was gay. So that is where it came from. It was a sexual empowerment. Now to those younger, it may not mean a thing and as some say, just decorative piercing. That is YOUR social ex<x>pression that used to mean a guy was gay! So don't be surprised that when some of us see a guy with pierced ears (means bi-sexual in my time) we still think it has a sexual connotation. And many still adhere to the "sign". Don't diss something you don't have any clue about! This is part of social culture.
I think it is a bit tacky
I prefer that men not wear earrings or piercings unless they are gay or bi. If I were in control of earrings on men, I'd say one earring in either ear symbolizes gay, one earring in each ear symbolizes bi. No earrings symbolizes straight.
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