Oh Ya, Baby!

Damn straight, Skippy.  
I'm a straight Female and I like my men monogamous & straight. 
(Dark haired guys with dark eyes, medium height, ht/wt proportionate.)
Disclaimer:Not here to pick up or hit on or date any guys on EP.  
Unless, you happen to be someone I know and like in the real world.

Bi-Sexuals you all are just damned greedy!
SynAnonymous SynAnonymous
41-45, F
4 Responses Jul 29, 2010

The one who had commented had stated he was a male who has some feminine qualities... what I gathered as the 'softer' side of a man. I didn't realize the comments were deleted. Now my comments don't make any sense.

Damn, I wish I had read this earlier when the original comments were still here. Many of my family members thought I was gay for a long time (and no, NONE of them know about my fetish, and never will) until my aunt and my cousins (her 4 daughters) saw me on a date with a woman who I was very serious about a few months back; although I'm not sure if they're convinced or not; only the one verified data point you know.<br />
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I don't care what people wish to do in there private lives, I have nothing against gays, and in fact I have had several gay friends over the course of my life. But I don't want to be thought of as gay; it seems that once you get the reputation, it spreads among women with a rapidity that can actually make me believe in the validity of the six degrees of separation theory, and my social life sucks bad enough as it is. Seems I might have had something in common with the commenter.

I know I've been guilty of thinking that of some guys. I also know I've been fooled by my 'gay-dar' and crushed on a guy who seemed straight, until I was told by a gay male friend that the guy was not. <br />
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There's nothing wrong with being sensitive or effeminate. To me those words seem nurturing. It tells me you are/were close to your mom or other female parental figure.

What is it that makes people mistake you for a gay male? Being a femaile, I'm in touch with both my feminine (softer, gentler side) and masculine (the assertive, aggressive side that enjoys sports).