Tired of the dark ones; starved for the blond ones.
[quote] Maybe even a bisexual.
ho ho ho ha ha ha hee hee hee!
The city has great weather, a beautiful location, lots of beautiful people, engaged and intelligent politics. Just about the only real negative is a high cost of living, but that can't last forever....
Maybe even turn straight.
Even Armistead Maupin got tired of San Francisco.
A gay man who tires of San Francisco is a gay man who tires of seeing fat naked bears everywhere.
Pure, cartoonish nightmare to drive and park. I don't live there, but I was born there so I know. Definitely one of those place where it's better not to own a car.
R10 however unless you are right in center city public transit is awful. Busses run upon occasion, Bart only leaves the city and the trains come about twice an hour.
True as it may be, #11, the city of SF is only 50-something sq. miles and I walk long distances all the time. In some ways, I'll bet walking from one part of town to the other is the most efficient, hassle-free way to negotiate my birth city.
Walking amongst hills also builds big meaty thighs which are very valuable in stand-up sex.
Why do fat naked bears bother you R9?
Body shame issues?
Meanwhile, the views....
As a long-time, long distance walker with lean, muscular thighs, I definitely agree w/#13. I believe shitloads of long-distance walking is the overall best exercise one can get. But I'm a dude that likes female-built, pretty-boy twinks and San Fran does have too many hairy, fat, unappealing bears; I myself am 39 (too old for pure twink-appellation), but a 140-pounder who looks 10 years younger and I'm built like a twink myself. I'm attracted to similar-looking bodies, as far as guys are concerned.
Also, fresh air. Not polluted industrial air pre-breathed by hundreds of millions of fellow citizens. Air from the ocean.
So you're more than halfway a bisexual, SEF?
Yes sir, #16. Tbh, I'm a butch, straight-acting even bisexual who has both fucked and masturbated to both genders throughout my entire life. Sometimes I'm in the mood for guys and sometimes for gals. For me, it depends more on their seductive personality than their physical gender. You know the saying: variety is the spice of life.
You're also very self-absorbed SEF.
We're talking about San Francisco, not your banal sexual predilections.
However, you provide a prime example why SF's gay scene is particularly boring: imagine R17, if you will:
Non-ironic beard/goatee? check.
2-7 tattoos? check.
Suspenders on the weekends, ironic bow tie on the F-line? check.
Hangs out at SoMa bars, bums American Spirits outside the Powerhouse? check.
Add the intentionally retro fixie bike, the Trader Joe's shopping bag, the Mission 4-way apartment, and you've got the quintessential pretentious homosexual of San Francisco.
Aw, don't be sad and dejected, OP. Here's something that will snap you right out of your funk!
Just MARRY a straight man's girlfriend!
What a catty, sniveling, stuck-up, arrogant, uptight, insecure cunt you sound like, #18. Is it your time of the month, shemale? Need to change your bunghole-tampon? If a rude, sneering pompous ass like you is a typical San Franciscan - and you're probably a hairy, shapeless, lardass bear - I'm soooo glad I don't live in that city. I prefer places where gays behave like CIVILIZED human beings and SF gays are the worst in every quantifiable way (with the exception of Log Cabin filth).
Thanks, SEF. You've proven that you're also ugly on the inside, too!
You typed: "For me, it depends more on their seductive personality "
Which, in your case, means "claws included."
While I like a good bitch fight as much as the next queen, I simply don't how R18 arrived at his diagnosis of SEF
Actually, San Francisco is the perfect place to go if you're tired of life. I suggest hanging around the Tenderloin.
"I prefer places where gays behave like CIVILIZED human beings."
So, by that, you mean anywhere you're not? Your vile rant pretty much insulted every kind of person, and a few extra species.
That stereotypical hipster description obviously hit a bit too close for you, eh, bitter nasty loser?
"Body shame issues?"
Yeah, I'm ashamed of them. Keep your lard to yourselves, obese narcissists.
This is such a Noe Valley catfight.
All the cool queers have moved to Buena Vista.
[quote]The city has great weather...
San Francisco has two seasons
1) Cold and Rainy winters
2) Cold and Foggy summers
You'll need a sweater in July. And don't even THINK about going in the ocean without a wetsuit. Brrrrrrr.
"Cold and Foggy summers."
Visited SFO in late July of 2011. When I left Philly, temperatures had been 90+ for three weeks in a row. Foolishly, I packed accordingly.
After freezing my ass off on arrival, I had to go shopping for a heavy jacket and long pants my first full day there.
"Log Cabin filth"
But as to the subject matter, the average gay guy lives in SF less than 5 years. And, there is a reason why... but it ain't the weather.