"Gaydar doesn't exist."
Studies show that gays are better at identifying gays than straights are.
Luke Bryan has inbredface more than gayface.
Could be both, I guess.
[quote] Studies show that gays are better at identifying gays than straights are.
Gays tend to think most men are gay until they are proven wrong. Even then they are 'sure' a person is gay.
The amount of straight men gay men have told me they're sure are gay is ridiculous.
Also gays find bisexuality hard to grasp, mentally. They're always convinced they must be gay, gay gay and they're SO wrong.
R38 Frau whose husband is away for a weekend "camping trip" with the boys.
No, no...R38 = homosexual male. But you validate my point to some degree, so thanks for that.
R33, you must be the only one who doesn't know.
Oh please, Michael C. Hall is gayer then gay. Just because he beards does not make him straight.
Williem or William Dafoe, whatever his name is has aids face and frankly, if you catch Hall in the right light, so does he.
Omg Willem Dafoe is so strangely hot. If you Google his name and click on images, 8 out of 10 images are so attractive. The guy just looks smart. Brad Pitt is so bland and such a poor actor to be celebrated, Willem Dafoe deserves so much more recognition.
"Gays tend to think most men are gay until they are proven wrong. Even then they are 'sure' a person is gay."
Like I said, gays do better at guessing if a guy is gay or straight than straight people. Studies have proven this. Straight people tend to think every guy is straight unless he is a HUGE flamer. But believe what you want to believe.
"Also gays find bisexuality hard to grasp, mentally. They're always convinced they must be gay, gay gay and they're SO wrong."
Bisexuals find homosexuality and heterosexuality hard to grasp, mentally. They insist that "everyone is really bi" even though studies show otherwise.
I'm trying to understand bisexuals. But every actor who claims to be bisexual, because he has slept with a few woman, they aren't all convincing me.
Bisexual, men and boys.
R46, your post should be at the top of every thread like this.
Willem Dafoe is hot, friendly, intelligent and....
Dan Feurriegel (sp) is gorgeous. Very very gorgeous ... [Disappears into hazy fantasy land populated by goats ....]
Cliff Richard [laughs for days ....]
Dafoe is a short guy, right?
Clark Gregg. It's a face that has launched a thousand cookie baking sheets.
Another one here pulled up short by "Michael C. Hall." Hell, I don't know that he's gay, but I know that he's gay. I've been passing that "Hedwig and the Angry Inch" poster in the subways every day for months. Don't even know if he's in it still. What other straight actor ever headlined that show? Come on. I think Andrew Rannells was in it just before Hall and even his poster didn't look as gay as Hall's.
I wasn't sure about Hall being gay during "Dexter" but then I saw 6 Feet Under and it sort of looked to me as if Hall tapped into his discomfort playing a straight guy to play Dexter's discomfort pretending to be a 'normal' guy, not to mention pretending to be hetero.
R59, John Cameron Mitchell, Hedwig's creator, is playing the part now. But he injured his knee last month and Hall came back for a week while Mitchell healed.
No denying he's gorgeous R52, but those eyebrows.... Come on.
Greta Van Susteren
Years ago when I was 21 I asked a straight sixteen year old guy how the hell gayface happens. Reason being, you can't tell everyone who is gay, because not all gays have gay face. But back then, at least, if someone had gay face, they were gay. I was just confused how so many men ended up with the same facial expression that told me they were gay (even though not all gay men had that facial expression). I think you're born with your sexual orientation, so does that mean some baby gays come out with gay face? Is it genetic?
I was asking this stuff and the sixteen year old looked at me and changed his face to gay face, and then back again. He was all "You mean this?". e
It was totally in the mouth and eyes. The mouth I can see, the eyes I'm not sure what's happening there, but it's unmistakable. You can't look at Andrew Rennels, even before he speaks, even if he hadn't shaved that day and you just saw him in saggy boxers or something, and not know he was gay. But if he had a straight identical twin, he'd look just like Rennells, but without the gayface, so I think it's not inherent, but something about the facial expression. I've read theories that it's "feminine", so I sometimes look at women on the subway thinking, what if they were dudes, would that be gay face? I'm undecided.