Straight guys chat
But rest assured, they are around and they’re totally in support of gay people and their lifestyle.
In fact, I dare say these guys even yearn for a male friend who can comfort them.
To put it bluntly, when a group of straight dudes get together, there’s always an excessive need to overcompensate for one’s lack of “manliness.”This is when straight guys are always talking about girls, referring to them as pussies and thinking that life is all about getting laid, which is super ironic because these guys can’t get girls for shit.
And then they call these girls bitches, sluts or whores because they got rejected.
You won’t label somebody as “different” if they’re left-handed will you?
Gay is not an epidemic So I like hanging out with gay people. (Side note: It’s easier to hit on a girl in a gay bar.
It can be pretty depressing to be in earshot of hypocritical, selfish conversations where a reasonable point of view and a third-party perspective never see the light of the day. They listen to what you have to say, especially if you’re in need of help. In my humble opinion, I don’t see a point in talking about things you can never get.
I told him about the time I followed some friends to a gay bar and there was this older, gay dude hitting on me. Maybe he lost a bet, was drunk, just horsing around or that he thought it was a dismissable act of bromance. He said most straight guys wouldn’t feel the same and that I had a high tolerance for gay people. Conventionally, if a person is homophobic, he is homophobic. Also, if a gay guy hits on me, I take it as you behaving normal and I respect that.
Being somebody who lacks empathy aside, he simply cannot tolerate the idea of another male getting too close to him, especially if it’s physical. If however, a straight guy acts gay, or carries out typically gay actions around and, or on me, it is not normal and it’s weird. When your own friends aren’t themselves for whatever reason, it is weird. Even if it’s a joke, the weirdness is highly amplified because it is out of character and what more, if he is homophobic in the first place.
I’m not talking about bromance in the locker room or war veterans who say they love each other.
I’m referring more to typical guys who like hang out at bars or clubs and then act re: weird.