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Gosh! I wanted to share this with others since forever! Yes ! I can finally get it out! *deep breath*

I'm a straight girl who is obsessed with gays. Well. They don't live in my head 24/7 but I love them! I liked them from the very beginning... When the Melrose Place used to air on Dubai One. I was so interested in Matt Fielding's romantic love life. Melrose Place, a prime time nineties' soap, has always left me confused and unhappy. I was a Saudi young girl and didn't understand a word of English. Thus, I couldn't feed my curiosity elsewhere. The Melrose characters went as far as they could with their sexual intimacy while Matt never kissed his boyfriends. He hugged them instead. I didn't know about the anti-gay American censorship back then, but I enjoyed each and every time Matt appeared to be happy in love. Even when it was with a simple smile. When Matt was gone I had to find out more about this and I did. I'm still curious and interested as I've ever been since day one. What is it with me and gays? .

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  • 51-65_f_f_h1_f3
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    Hi Sara, it doesn't hurt to be curious and fascinated by us ;) it is definitely a nice change from the obsession of prejudice and hate which this community continues to face. Do you have any gay friends in Saudi Arabia?

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  • 17-24_m_w_h3_f1
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    A lot of people like befriending gay people, so befriend me, I'm awesome! jokes D: have a good day x

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  • 17-24_m_b_h2_f4
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    this is called ''being AWESOME'' ur a totally awesome person ... and u cant blame urself for loving us .. we're just amazing, and maybe u hate conventional stuff and we seem so new and fresh so u took a liking to us X)) but i still think its because we're amazing XDD

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  • 65p_m_w_h3_f2
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    YES YES YES. YOU ARE AWESOME. LOTS OF PASTA FOR YOU.

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  • 17-24_m_w_h3_f1
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    Face it dear, You're a fag hag.

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  • Why Every Girl Should Have a Gay Guy Friend

    To quote my american girl friend: I don’t think I’ve gone out in a bad outfit or an unflattering hairstyle since 1996, the year Hurricane Charlie blew into my life. For a young, friendless—and probably a little corny—thing like I was way back on freshman orientation week, he was a godsend.

    The guy spy. Unless there’s been some sort of permanent operation-induced change, gay men are still in fact dudes. That means they have the outer accouterments to infiltrate locker rooms, bachelor parties and football functions—so long as they don’t blow their cover with their repulsion for female strippers or playing too-close two-hand touch with the team’s tight end. Instruct your GGF to either keep his mouth closed or dust off his best deep, testosterone-filled voice so he can blend in with the crowd—and come back with a full report on all of the gory details that guys edit when the fairer sex is around.

    The stand-in boyfriend. In our college party, club-going adventures, Charlie has blocked a countless number of undesirable dudes from getting their grind and/or rap on. Physically he’s a pretty big guy—so no matter how girly giggly we are in our downtime, he’ll throw that tall, medium-build frame in between me and Mr. Whackness in a minute. If a sucka approaches out on the street, he straightens up and straightens out, grabs my hand and plays that boyfriend role so convincingly even his mama would assume he’s been de-gayed. I guess that male bravado has a break in case of emergency option, but it can be a helpful resource in crunch times.

    The unromantic romantic. When boyfriends let special days slip through the cracks, GGFs (good ones anyway) are there to pick up the slack and shower a verbal beat down on the slacker. Sometimes, Charlie will just haul off and do the sweetest things with no prodding or provocation—like buying me teddy bears or my favorite kind of pizza (since I’m clearly a foodaholic) just to show me he cares. He—and his fellow GG counterparts—also tend to make the best cheerleaders, giving us girls completely objective compliments on our faces and bodies without all the lusty baggage that comes with straight men’s admiration. If a gay man tells you you’re fierce, that’s a big up worth its weight at the MAC counter.

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