posted on Oct, 2 2012 @ 05:00 AM
I'm a man, and me and my group of friends will slap each others rears or chest grope sometimes. In a non-gay way. I mean, it IS in a gay way, but
that's the point. Not motivated by being gay, I mean. It's motivated by hassling the other person and making them feel uncomfortable. Just a joking
around sort of thing. One time while hanging out with someone who isn't normally part of the "group" the guy asks "are you gay or what?" I stole
a brilliant line from George Carlin and said "bend over and let's find out"
He had a shocked look, obviously did not get the Carlin reference, and was confused I imagine.
The way I see it, I'm damn secure in my sexuality and know I'm only attracted to women, so I'm not scared of acting gay to goof around, nor get
offended when others do it to me. I don't have anything to prove, and I don't really have any strong feelings about gay people one way or the other
Not sure if this is the same for your womenfolk friends, and from the sounds of it they take it farther and do it more often than my group of friends
does, which would make sense as women are usually more open with that sort of thing.
Some groups of friends just act silly when together and that's it. Nothing more behind it. Other people don't do/like such behavior and therefore
have a different group of friends. People are different.
I have definitely seen the behavior you describe among women who are a close group of friends, so I don't think it's that unusual and it's most
likely just them screwing around, like I said.
If it makes you uncomfortable tell them, but you know how those things can always get kind of uncomfortable when you tell someone to stop doing
I'd be a bit more concerned if I were you and they were grabbing your BF's junk or something. But from what you describe nothing that odd seems to
be going on, at least from my perspective.