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Why is it considered "Hot" when 2 girls kiss but is "Distubing" when 2 guys kiss?
Posted 12/15/09
Not a fan of seeing either, though I'm no homophobe.

Girls find that stuff hot sometimes, right? That's why yaoi manga is so popular.
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Posted 12/15/09
GUYS KISSING IS HOT ;D



HAHAH jokes.. its just that like 'nobody' in this form seemed to say guys kissing is hot :O its disgusting... do not try it...
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Posted 12/15/09
I actually find 2 guys kissing HOT =P but 2 girls kissing makes me sick (don't confuse yourself. I'm not against Yaoi & Yuri)
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Posted 12/15/09
Its the effiminate males that makes most males ill. They are not naturally males.
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Posted 12/15/09
I favored none. I saw two girls kissing in my school lunch room. So nasty. One of them one top of each other. They both ugly. So disturbing.
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Posted 12/15/09
Most studies regarding human behavior supports this and well as proof in media reports.

FACT: People with strong homosexual tendencies are usually the ones who are most offended by it.

So if you think that two guys kissing is horrible, it is most likely you are homosexual or have secret homosexual desires and trying to deny it to yourself by making a big deal about it.

FACT: If you don't really care about two guys kissing or two girls kissing, then you are straight, since truly straight people don't give a damn what other people do in their private lives.

FACT: Straight people do not worry about other people's sexuality. unless they are secretly homosexual and are scared they will give in to their gay desires by seeing something like two guys kissing. This is what scares people the most.
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Posted 12/15/09
hahaha it's not distrubing, it's hot
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Posted 12/15/09
When a guy watches 2 girls make out, the guy WANTS to believe that the girls are not lesbians, but bi-sexuals, because man believe that having sex with a girl is awesome, but sex with multiple girls is amazing. That is why the guy wants them to be bi-sexual, so that he has the feeling that he gets the chance to do both of them.

With girls its the other way around.
Posted 12/15/09
Why is that weird to you? Most girls are into guys, so that says all. Most guys are into girls, end of story.
Posted 12/15/09 , edited 12/15/09

jaotsu wrote:

Most studies regarding human behavior supports this and well as proof in media reports.

FACT: People with strong homosexual tendencies are usually the ones who are most offended by it.

So if you think that two guys kissing is horrible, it is most likely you are homosexual or have secret homosexual desires and trying to deny it to yourself by making a big deal about it.

FACT: If you don't really care about two guys kissing or two girls kissing, then you are straight, since truly straight people don't give a damn what other people do in their private lives.

FACT: Straight people do not worry about other people's sexuality. unless they are secretly homosexual and are scared they will give in to their gay desires by seeing something like two guys kissing. This is what scares people the most.


That sounds like what most people would say. But acting as if you have one foot in each shoe between straight and not, seems weird to me. Why must people act as if everything they believe or read is a fact? I walk over your so called facts, I think it's totally different depending on the person. People are nosey as hell about anything possible, so don't think sexual orientation is any different. Those are just assumptions, not facts. Some say all people are BI, but some are just more drawn to one side of it, some less. End of story^^
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That sounds like what most people would say. But acting as if you have one foot in each shoe between straight and not, seems weird to me. Why must people act as if everything they believe or read is a fact? I walk over your so called facts, I think it's totally different depending on the person. People are nosey as hell about anything possible, so don't think sexual orientation is any different. Those are just assumptions, not facts. Some say all people are BI, but some are just more drawn to one side of it, some less. End of story^^


Nope. No assumptions. It's all fact.

No one really cares what others do unless it personally bothers them. If something bothers you, there is a reason. Always. That is a fact.

If things like as a guy kissing a guy or a gal kissing a gal bothers you, it means that you are uncomfortable with it for a reason. Why stare or watch them doing the action? Because you want to.

The only reason why a person would be uncomfortable with it is because they fear that they have repressed homosexual feelings. Since I am not a homosexual, I really don't care what others do. If two people are kissing, I don't have any desire to watch them, or to see if they are the same sex or opposite.

Who cares? Only those with issues.

End of Story.

Posted 12/15/09
"Nope. No assumptions. No one really cares what others do unless it bothers them. If something bothers you, there is a reason.

If things like as a guy kissing a guy or a gal kissing a gal bothers you, it means that you are uncomfortable with it for a reason. Why stare or watch them doing the action? Because you want to.

The only reason why a person would be uncomfortable with it is because they fear that they have repressed homosexual feelings. Since I am not a homosexual, I really don't care what others do. If two people are kissing, I don't have any desire to watch them, or to see if they are the same sex or opposite. Who cares? Only those with issues.

End of Story."
Yeah, you don't really make sense. How the heck do you know? You said a reason, yes, sure, but you don't even know the reason, so why do you assume it has something to do with supressed feelings or homosexuality? Your efforts of making a point has totally failed. Is it too hard to say "I don't know."? You can have an opinion, that's great, but calling it a fact is taking it way too far. You base stuff on your own personal research and experience, if not, I am sorry, but so far you make it seem that way. You're straight, so don't say what a homosexual knows, you are not one. Now it's the end. Period.
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Yeah, you don't really make sense. How the heck do you know? You said a reason, yes, sure, but you don't even know the reason, so why do you assume it has something to do with supressed feelings or homosexuality? Your efforts of making a point has totally failed. Is it too hard to say "I don't know."? You can have an opinion, that's great, but calling it a fact is taking it way too far. You base stuff on your own personal research and experience, if not, I am sorry, but so far you make it seem that way. You're straight, so don't say what a homosexual knows, you are not one. Now it's the end. Period.


Stating your opinion doesn't make it correct especially when you have no facts to justify your comments. Just because you don't understand the difference between facts and your personal feelings doesn't make the facts invalid. It does however make your comments seem uneducated. All my statements are based on facts. Here is a reference:

Henry E. Adams, Lester W. Wright, Jr., and Bethany A. Lohr (1996). "Is Homophobia Associated With Homosexual Arousal?". Journal of Abnormal Psychology Vol. 105, No. 3, 440--44

Also you have spelled "supressed" incorrectly. It is spelled "suppressed". There are two letter P's in suppressed.

You can't argue with facts just because you don't like the outcome. 2+2=4 no matter how much you don't like it. Just like people who see two people of the gender kissing bothers them = homosexual arousal.

End of Story.
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Posted 12/15/09
It all depends on the person, really. Iif you really object about either one, I suggest you say nothing. Because some people may feel awkward or disappointed with themselves if they are homosexual. But either way, I don't know you. How the hell should I know? ^^ It's all about you and your points really.
Posted 12/15/09
Well with me, i dont care and im also not attracted to guys, and i dont like seeing two guys. Its not appealing to me. Nor do i have "hidden gay desires" as you say.. i also dont enjoy seeing two girls kiss, its nothing special.
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