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71. Posted by Herr Bert (Moderator 1384 posts) 9y

Quoting Fun Bobby

And just to add another twist to this discussion. How come some gay men are just like any other fella except they fancy blokes, but others are as camp as Christmas? I know of a fella who was having a party after a night out, some camp queen came in and he was told to stop acting that way or he would be kicked out, so he just stopped actking that way, whats that about?

We are all different, but my guess is that some gays think they need to overcompensate, and act like the village idiot.

72. Posted by Herr Bert (Moderator 1384 posts) 9y

On the issue of gay people and the sex, I stand by my point. The gay community flaunts it's sexuality and promotes the whole gay lifestyle as being sexually charged. I believe that this is the norm, and the gay person quietly living out their "boring" lives in the suburbs is certainly not the norm. Because there are some that live like that doesn't make it mainstream. This idea of gay people living in the 'burbs with the white picket fence just like everyone else is mostly bullshit.

Well I think I already answered that question, if you don't believe me, or you see a different truth in your city, then that's your right. But I am not going to repeat arguments time after time.

73. Posted by james (Travel Guru 4136 posts) 9y

Quoting Herr Bert

Quoting Fun Bobby

And just to add another twist to this discussion. How come some gay men are just like any other fella except they fancy blokes, but others are as camp as Christmas? I know of a fella who was having a party after a night out, some camp queen came in and he was told to stop acting that way or he would be kicked out, so he just stopped actking that way, whats that about?

We are all different, but my guess is that some gays think they need to overcompensate, and act like the village idiot.

I think you meant to say village people

74. Posted by Isadora (Travel Guru 13926 posts) 9y

Quoting james

I don't know who Alfred Kinsey is...

Alfred Kinsey (a zoologist) pioneered the studies of human sexuality and behavior. He was a professor at Indiana University. When asked to create a course for married and engaged students, he founds there was little information about sexual behavior to use for the class. He began his own research, enlisted students to help interview people and ultimately wrote the famous "Kinsey Reports" - Sexual Behavior in the Human Male (1948) and Sexual Behavior in the Human Female (1953). He founded Intstitute for Research in Sex, now known as the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender and Reproduction. He died in 1956. Because of his work Masters and Johnson were able to begin their laboratory research into sexuality and sexual disorders in 1957.

Liam Neeson portrayed Alfred Kinsey in the 2004 film aptly named "Kinsey".

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Quoting Fun Bobby

And just to add another twist to this discussion. How come some gay men are just like any other fella except they fancy blokes, but others are as camp as Christmas? I know of a fella who was having a party after a night out, some camp queen came in and he was told to stop acting that way or he would be kicked out, so he just stopped actking that way, whats that about?

In every corner of society, there are flamboyant people who like to draw attention to themselves. Goth is a good example. Not only is it somewhat outrageous, it also gives people a group to identify themselves with and to be different than the rest of the herd. If a woman would have entered the party in the same manner, it would have probably been acceptable and people would have found it entertaining or humorous.

Where anyone chooses to live and how they decide to conduct themselves will vary from place to place because of numerous factors. Gays living in straight or gay "communities" is based on how they want others to view them, where they feel comfortable and what the societal influences are for that area. Gays in Sydney will definitely make different choices than gays in Chicago or Amsterdam or Singapore.

75. Posted by james (Travel Guru 4136 posts) 9y

Now here's a great story...

http://www.smh.com.au/news/world/shock-over-hiv-rape-gang-allegations/2007/06/01/1180205484524.html

...particularly the 5th and 6th paragraph from the end which prove my point.

76. Posted by Herr Bert (Moderator 1384 posts) 9y

Quoting james

Now here's a great story...

http://www.smh.com.au/news/world/shock-over-hiv-rape-gang-allegations/2007/06/01/1180205484524.html

...particularly the 5th and 6th paragraph from the end which prove my point.

Actualy it doesn't prove your point, as the same thing happened last year (I mean in the US), with straight women. Maybe you haven't heard it but straight people have orgies too.

The worst thing about this case it that the police was warned already in june last year, and they simply didn't believe the allegations, and didn't take action, until recently.

77. Posted by james (Travel Guru 4136 posts) 9y

Quoting Herr Bert

Maybe you haven't heard it but straight people have orgies too.

I'm not commenting on the case as such, and I certainly don't think that what went on here is because they were gay, but it does say that "frequent homosexual orgies posed a public health risk" and that "homos organise orgies is nothing new"

Yes, we are all the same - straight and gay

78. Posted by Herr Bert (Moderator 1384 posts) 9y

I don't get the point, of course these parties are frequent. There is no fun in having just 1 party.

If I drive from my village to a city 40 km north, I see about 10-12 houses of pleasure for straight men. Do you want to say, that those places are not visited frequently?

Yes, the sexual desires of straight men and gay men, are not the different, only the partner is.

79. Posted by Herr Bert (Moderator 1384 posts) 9y

I wonder if I should have used this smiley or not.

[ Edit: Edited on Jun 1, 2007, at 9:15 AM by Herr Bert ]

80. Posted by tway (Travel Guru 7273 posts) 9y

I'd venture that there are a lot more stories about young women being drugged and gang raped - or taken advantage of when they're extremely drunk (how may frat-party horror stories are there every year?). It's horrible and criminal and should be severly punished, but no one's making any blanket statements about the disgusting nature of heterosexual men.