posted on Oct, 21 2010 @ 04:28 PM
reply to post by LibertyLover
There are exceptions...but yes, there are some "gay looks" for both men and women.
Look, you see two women with short hair, severe faces, and primarily men's style clothing, minimal jewelry and makeup, getting into a LeBaron
convertible. Do you think they are straight?
Likewise, you see a guy with feathered hair, cutoff jean shorts, and a half shirt. Think he's straight?
Stereotypes are stereotypes for a reason.
Back to the problem though, even a straight guy can set off the gaydar, especially if he has an effeminate voice...no matter what he's wearing. That's
something only the OP can answer, as to whether or not others may think that of him. Of course, you could always work it to your advantage, depending
on your own ethics, and make gals think that they've "turned" you....
As for getting off the "friend list" and over to boyfriend material,
Unless SHE always thought of you as boyfriend material, but SETTLED for being your friend, there is no "getting off the friend list". Women aren't
like guys in this respect, so I've been told. If they've always thought of you as just a friend, that's where it stays, other than a drunken
"mistake", or a lost in the moment mistake. (which then becomes awkward)...
edit on 21-10-2010 by Gazrok because: (no reason given)