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I have an obsession with dressing f a b u l o u s these days
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I like some shoujo anime, and some of my frightened yelps have sounded a tad feminine, I suppose.
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Sometimes I wish i had a better physique so I could crossdress and act cute. does that count?
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I've been trained to put the toilet seat down.. Does that count?
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I like when guys look a bit feminine, like naturally and without trying. Not too feminine that you mistake him for a girl though. Feminine and masculine. Maybe that's why I was attracted to anime.... anyway, I don't mind feminine like hobbies. It really all depends, but I usually either don't care or like it when a guy is feminine in some/any way.
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I use women shampoo, partly because my mum never buys male shampoo, plus women shampoo seems better on my hair...yeah
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Looks like I come from a very different culture. I'm a Baltic Russian living in Estonia (Russians and other Russian speakers are the biggest minority group in the country) and it's considered normal and hygienic for a man to shave his armpits, especially during summer time. If I go to Western forums, then I see people saying that shaving armpits is feminine or gay. Which is ironic, because many Russians call Western European countries "Gayrope" or "Sodom & Gomorrah".
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I remember a term for this being big years ago. Metrosexual, I think it was. Pretty much doing things that cross the normal boundaries of your sex into the other. A few of the examples we a guy who wears foundation, or a girl who doesn't mind getting dirty.

I personally have some very feminine things I do, such as flower arranging, skip (a lot, like wayyyyy more than little girls do), and I can do make up. I personally don't wear any, and I know flowers because my mother was a florist when I was growing up, so that explains that reasonably. The skipping is just me. Also I grew up in a family full of girls, so I know make up, nails, hair, etc, because that's what I surrounded by. I learned that anything like this that seems effeminate can often be turned in your favor by backing it up with style/confidence. Not only are you a guy who knows these things, but instead of a sissy, you're just that much more understanding.

The the reverse example, I had a friend for years who worked on cars, drag racing, etc. She was super girly about any other time you were alone with her, but in the public eye she was that racer girl. It's all about how you play it.
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GayAsianBoy wrote:

imo, u have to be a gay person to fully realise how gay people are treated in society.



Hmm....that makes a lot of sense and I can see myself agreeing with it. But for the sake of argument....have you considered the opposite of that?

I'm no good at trolling, apparently. But yeah. I agree with you there.
Posted 1/2/15
I heard putting your hands on your hips is feminine also something about flicking your wrist as well? I'm not to entirely sure but a lot of people do say that I'm feminine though I don't take any offense in it.
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Phersu wrote:

Hmm....that makes a lot of sense and I can see myself agreeing with it. But for the sake of argument....have you considered the opposite of that?

I'm no good at trolling, apparently. But yeah. I agree with you there.


Actually, I have. lol

I mentioned in your thread that I have a high EQ, so I understand almost perfectly what is expected out of straight men. I often joked (inside my head of course, I would never tell my silly thoughts to the outside world) that I was lucky to be born gay... nobody expects me to be macho.

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I think gender-roles are a load of BS. One thing that bothers me most is how gender-roles getting into our heads is something that is often applauded and rewarded. Maybe it's something I've been struggling with for most of my life at this rate, trying to resolve what defines "being a man". One thing I notice in the world is that manliness is often defined by maltreatment of women.
"I beat the shit out of her because she's being a bitch!"
"Oh yeah and what does that make you?"
"A man!"
In regards to me.....right now I'm listening to a song sung by Gumi. It's a cute, catchy little song. But just imagine if someone was near me and listening to it. He'd probably be like "WTF are you doing listening to this gay shit!?" Well, all I can say to that one is that I'm just real with what I like. To hell with what's popular and mainstream out there; I like what I like, and my rights should be respected as much as I respect everyone else's. As far as I can tell, this song doesn't make me feminine, either. Though others will disagree, I think that those who rant against this song are the ones who are insecure about themselves.


GayAsianBoy wrote:imo, u have to be a gay person to fully realise how gay people are treated in society.


That reminds me of when I was playing GTA4 back in 2010 and there was this gay dude you have to support on some missions. I didn't like him on the first mission, though; he was going for a jog through Central Park (whatever it's called in GTA) and taunting me like "Sloooow-pooooke!" and if I got closer he said "I don't know you!" and I'm thinking "God damn it make up your mind." Then he got attacked by some mugger, who proceeded to call me a "fag-lover" and that set me off. I ended him quickly.

But still, yeah; you're right. I'm not gay, so I can never understand what it's like to be treated by others. I went through my own persecution growing up, but it's still very different from what gay persecution is like. Homosexuality is still something very alien to a lot of people, and it continues to remain a black-and-white issue; what I mean by the latter is that people will conclude that you either love them or absolutely hate them so much that you want them wiped off the face of the earth, and that if you prefer one side you condemn the other. Meaning, in my case, because I'm preferential to watching women making out, that means I curse men making out with every fiber of my being....which is a load of BS. Just because I don't like to see big strong men making out doesn't mean I go on a tirade and want them killed or anything. Plus, personally, I think the female form is more beautiful than the male form. Sadly for me, though, a few have responded to me by denouncing me as a pervert.

Anyway.....that .GIF; I still need to see that movie. I keep hearing nothing but good things about it.
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What do you think of guys who do feminine things?

To be honest, I interpret most that is supposedly "feminine" or "masculine" as gender-neutral. I've made trips to libraries to check out fashions and other customs throughout history, and whatnot. I know that the standards constantly morph. Henceforth, I don't really bat an eye when I notice that a man is "feminine," unless I find it particularly surprising or don't think he pulls it off well (this is especially true about my opinion of cross-dressing).
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Posted 1/2/15

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I like some shoujo anime, and some of my frightened yelps have sounded a tad feminine, I suppose.


Everyone sounds like a girl when they're really scared XD

And what I think of guys who do "feminine" things... I think it's cool that they don't care about being labelled or judged for something so normal like liking to cook (I seriously wish I had a talent for cooking), or painting their nails or wearing pink, etc.
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I cry when I see sad stuff mainly anime and tv series.
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