11-25-2006, 12:13 PM #351
Now it's confirmed, I redid the test, and I'm still not very good at this; improved my gaydar by 1 point this time. So, according to this I'm still better at telling lesbians from hetero women than gays from hetero men (which is funny since I always thought it was the other way around).
You personally got 13 of the 20 people correct and were better at recognizing girls than guys. Overall, you guessed better than 44% of all test takers.
11-25-2006, 01:25 PM #352
I would just continue to accept him as the great friend he is and has been . Great friends are hard to find!
Originally Posted by gabriel;2155073;
Live simply ~ Love generously~ Care deeply~ Speak kindly
11-25-2006, 04:50 PM #353
shoes? who needs shoes??
Originally Posted by dagwood;2155064;
anyone that thinks all gay men are effeminate should meet some "bears" sometime
11-25-2006, 07:16 PM #354
Originally Posted by barefootdyke;2155283;
Like the ones that drive the biggest HARLEYS?
11-25-2006, 11:37 PM #355
On a cupcake mission!
I have gay friends who have been with women in the past but now are exclusively with men. I also know gay men who were married and fathered children before pursuing relationships with men. I also know men who may be gay, but will probably never come out for religious reasons. I also know plenty of people--both men and women--who are 38, single/never married and aren't gay. 38 isn't old these days to be single--especially for men, who don't have biological clocks to be concerned with. Don't worry too much about your friend. If he is gay, he will tell you when and if he chooses--and if he chooses not to tell you, it doesn't say anything negative about you. Just that he's not ready to tell you for his own private reasons.
Originally Posted by karna68;2154990;
11-30-2006, 02:10 PM #356
Just for any readers who are teens, LGBTI and on LI, there's a good
Originally Posted by AmazingRaceMan;1031916;
support club that draws kids from all over Long Island--speakers, dancing,
political action, good supervision (parents can relax) from those who run it and interns from social work and women's studies programs around the island. It's right near some public transportation (train and bus both I think) as well. Called LIGALY--Long Island Gay and Lesbian Youth. Been around for several years. Sorry I didn't see AmazingRaceMan's post a couple of years ago, but back then I thought the only fora on Fans of Reality TV dealt with reality tv!
12-06-2006, 08:59 AM #357
I TOTALLY agree with that statement. He was complaining for awhile that he couldn't find anyone, he's VERY picky about women he dates. I kept trying to tell him he didn't need to worry. Maybe he finally took my advice!
Originally Posted by Lois Lane;2155687;
Thanks everyone for your responses, it's just frustrating for me that I have everyone telling me he is gay when I feel like he's not.
12-06-2006, 10:16 AM #358
My thoughts on this are "is it ain't broke, don't fix it". I have never worried about my friends' sexuality. I think the only time I would think about it was if I were interested in them.
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