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  • I'm a lesbian but just commenting to signal boost & help! Any gay men out there?

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    are you looking for me

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    @iven1 He is looking for me

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      Am here

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  • 35-50_m_w_h2_f2
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    Gay men are everywhere. So many are afraid though. They see femenine gay men and think they are the only gays and do not understand why they are here also, they do not understand. Many men sometimes engage in sex with other men and refuse to admit what happened a day later.

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      Happy you connected the dislike or distaste for femininity in our global society to queerness. Many people, especially men, don't have a problem with who they like at all but how they're portrayed/will be seen. Shitty. If we work to be more inclusive towards feminine identities we would be able to do a lot of justice towards a better society/open mindedness

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      Exactly we need to include and support feminine identities in our communities, I consistently see lgbt people trying to alienate feminine gay men and it's the worst thing ever, if they don't have a space here where would they?

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  • 35-50_m_w_h2_f2
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    My apologies to anyone that portrays male femininity as a gay thing or as a negative stereotype. It was not at all intended to be negative. I myself am a masculine gay man but the identity of feminine gay men during high school presented enormous problems for me being in the closet still. I thought I was the only gay kid in the entire school, other than the girlie queers that were obvious. I thought I was an outcast from the outcasts of gays. I was sad depressed and thought about suicide for the feeling of being so strongly rejected. But after a few years later I began to realize there were indeed many other gay men that were not also speaking in a girl voice. I felt a big relief that I was not alone and It became so much easier for me to be more accepting towards all gays. I am happy to be gay no matter who else there is within the gay community. :-)

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