reply to post by jazztrance
No, I have never been hit on by an allegedly straight male. A buddy of mine outed himself to me and my mother as a cross dresser once, by turning up
at our place, going to the bathroom, and comming out dressed in a leotard, stockings, bunny ears, and puffy tail, then proceeding to skateboard up and
down my street in high heels, which completed his outfit in a way I can only describe as being totally alarming.
The fact that the same fellow was the one that I had fought with back to back with, against hordes of thug bastards at school, was all that held my
tongue in check. Frankly, I was somewhat dismayed that he announced himself to us in that particular fashion, since there were other, more diplomatic
and less deliberately shocking ways he could have done it. Mind you, what one is, one must never deny, lest one becomes totally seperated from ones
I have also been hit upon by gay guys, because a certain lady in my life insists on dragging myself, and anyone else she happens to be drinking with,
into a local gay bar, because they seem to have the sort of "beats" which allow her to get her "groove" on to an appropriate degree. This lead to me
getting cornered in the toilets once, after having completed my usual routine at the urinal, by a tall ginger haired fellow, who announced, in the
campest voice I have ever heard mind you, "I LOOOVE what you have going on there, Sooooo seductive!". I explained that not only was I not gay, but
that even had I been, it was my estimation that the toilets are not the sort of place one ought to attempt to pick someone up, no matter what ones
sexuality might be. I should explain that I was not aware that we would be patronising a gay bar on the evening in question, and so I had thought
absolutely nothing of wearing a leather waistcoat, a leather bush hat, a sleeveless "T" shirt, and spikey wristguards for the nights proceedings.
Evidently, walking into a gay bar in such attire has consequences best left unexplored, and is a outfit that I have not worn on a night out in some
time, for obvious reasons.
I have to say, though I am very much able to love another man platonically, I must say I find the male form fairly ugly and utilitarian, especially
when compared to the female form. I can safely say I have never been attracted to another male in my whole life.
I think its reasonable to say, if you are being hit on by married men, then they shouldnt be married for a start. Marriage is supposed to be an oath,
and oaths are supposed to bind people, through all things, to one another. Nothing is more aggravating than an oathbreaker. Second, these people
shouldnt be in relationships of any sort, until they figure out where they are going in thier heads, what they really want. Straight men DO NOT hit on
other men. Only gay and bisexual men do that.
edit on 22-8-2013 by TrueBrit because: REASONS!!