Also not a girl, but I think it's a big turn off whenever a guy tries to "prove" his masculinity.
One of my best friends is gay and this guy was like "oh he'll probably try to suck me off or something", so I turned to him and said "probably not, he actually has taste!". The look on his face was pretty funny.
If I was gay I would always say things like "I'm gay, not blind" to people like that.
They're probably insecure about themselves to be saying/doing that in the first place.
I know! And it makes them seem a lot more gay than the guys who are nice to gay guys, because they try so hard to act straight they're probably in the closet...
I'm in drama, and we all ship these two guys, neither of whom are gay.
They just go along with it and it's fun.
One of them is now dating a girl who shipped them (she feels like she can't anymore).
Where on the other hand theres this guy who I am VERY sure is in the closet who told my friend (who is pansexual) "Ew! Why would you want to do that?" and has called people fag.
When you like 2 people together, like you could say you ship Finnchel on glee (which i dont btw).
ahh. thank you
That is very wrong.
@ActionMan also it makes you seem a lot hotter to girls than if you were mean to him.
Do you catch for that team?
Why my boyfriend gets hit on by other guys he is flattered. Homophobia is defiantly a turn off and I wouldn't date anyone who treated people badly based on their sexuality.