Why is it so damn intoxicating?
Natural, effortless masculinity
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Because it's seldomly seen, and as rare as a unicorn?
|by Anonymous||reply 1||02/18/2013|
They don't "try"
They just "are"
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My pussy is intoxicating!
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Oh shit, THIS again?
|by Anonymous||reply 4||02/18/2013|
[quote]Please provide an example of such a thing.
Daniel Craig. Steve McQueen.
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|by Anonymous||reply 8||02/18/2013|
[quote]Daniel Craig. Steve McQueen.
They were/are movie actors...spewing lines that had been written by someone else.
Edited, well lit...
You sound very silly indeed, actually.
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Mark Wahlberg, Victor Cruz
|by Anonymous||reply 10||02/18/2013|
I don't think there is such thing. It's all about wanting to be accepted by the pack. Nothing effortless about it.
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proud masculine gay must be mentioned in a thread like this. and then laughed at hysterically.
|by Anonymous||reply 13||02/18/2013|
Testosterone is usually involved. Maybe some men have more of it than others?
|by Anonymous||reply 14||02/18/2013|
R5. Am I your father? I've been looking for you.
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R12: You silly billy -- you made me laugh!
|by Anonymous||reply 16||02/18/2013|
Unselfconscious and easygoing. Self-reliant. A lot of gay men have had to be selfconscious from day one. They yearn for the ease, confidence and uncomplicated outlook of natural masculinity.
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|by Anonymous||reply 20||02/18/2013|
Masculinity is a turn-on; but, fashion influences our perceptions of it greatly; no one would consider Louis XIV maculine today - with his wigs and red soled high heels, but in his day ...
Sean Connery in Dr. No - my favorite.
That said - the biggest tip off that a guy is bi but trying to seem straight is a preocupation with his appearance - usually not obvious, but if you pay attention ...
(They usually do a terrible job on their appearance and need desperate help, BTW.)
|by Anonymous||reply 22||02/18/2013|
R1 is right. I know tons of genuinely straight men, but few of them exude a masculinity that isn't somewhat inauthentic.
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Nelly the rapper
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Edgar Ramirez, yes. Bradley Cooper, no. Keanu, doesn't give a shit.
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R20 is the winner. Football Players. No existing actor that I can think of would fit the bill.
Know some in college and pro players, they are completely in this zone.
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R19 eat shit!!!!!!!
|by Anonymous||reply 29||02/18/2013|
Actually, it's the gay fashionistas who convinced straight men to shave their armpits. Women had nothing to do with it.
|by Anonymous||reply 31||02/18/2013|
Get schooled OP.
|by Anonymous||reply 32||02/18/2013|
And thank god they do, R30. Who wants that skanky foreskin?
|by Anonymous||reply 33||02/18/2013|
Masculine gay admits he used to lisp.
|by Anonymous||reply 34||02/18/2013|
There are no 8 year old kids who are masculine. All masculinity is taught. Some kids cannot be taught.
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Like Katharine Hepburn.
|by Anonymous||reply 36||02/18/2013|
"Why is it so damn intoxicating?"
It isn't to me. I prefer feminine guys. Unfortunately, when I think of "Natural, effortless masculinity", the first thing that comes to mind is "The Most Interesting Man in the World", and he's a caricature.
|by Anonymous||reply 37||02/18/2013|
Everyone likes to think they're more masculine than they really are. You never ever hear gay guys going around telling everyone about how effeminate they are. It's so fucked up, this whole gender societal concept apparatus that we're stuck in. It perpetuates self hate and is ingrained within us from very early on.
From the moment we're born our parents assign us a "boy name or girl name". They treat us differently. They paint our rooms blue or pink. They buy us toy guns or Barbie dolls. From the very day we're born we are made to feel like we should act in a certain way and when we don't live up to that false perception of how we should act, we feel alienated and not good enough.
|by Anonymous||reply 38||02/18/2013|
I think Hugh Jackman and Bradley Cooper have natural, effortless masculinity. And the bods to back it up.
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r30, you're a freak. Women have nothing to do with the design of men's basketball uniforms; if anything, male homophobia has driven the shift from tight little gym shorts to long, baggy shorts that conceal the players' asses and packages.
And in most hetero families I know, the *father* (as the parent who actually has a dick) made the decision about whether his son(s) would be circumcised. BTW, circumcision is much less routine and automatic in the US today than it was 50 years ago, so if indeed women have taken over the world, they must tend to be *against* circumcision.
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I think R39 is blind.
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Max Von Sydow
Tommy Lee Jones
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|by Anonymous||reply 45||02/18/2013|
Actually R41, I think it was some skin disease that Michael Jordan had that caused the whole shift.
|by Anonymous||reply 46||02/18/2013|
Sorry, just had to add Rod Taylor.
|by Anonymous||reply 47||02/18/2013|
Charles Nelson Reilly
Jm J. Bullock
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Mike Rowe. Too bad he's such a jerk.
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|by Anonymous||reply 50||02/18/2013|
That's so funny R45. No doubt everyone is aching from laughing. Thanks for having such a wonderfully wicked sense of humor.
|by Anonymous||reply 52||02/18/2013|
Bea's dick is bigger than yours, R52.
Don't mess with Bea, now. She is a DL Patron Saint!
|by Anonymous||reply 53||02/18/2013|
[quote]Don't mess with Bea, now. She is a DL Patron Saint!
So sorry. I must be new here. And I never heard about cak, graxy, and 34,124 unfunny posts by Helen Lawson.
|by Anonymous||reply 54||02/19/2013|
Machismo is hot
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the Danny Pino troll
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Pinga today, Pinga tomorrow, Pinga forever!!!
|by Anonymous||reply 65||01/28/2015|
[quote]Natural, effortless masculinity -Why is it so damn intoxicating?
Because it's bringing you the seventh Mai Tai you've ordered, OP, you drunken rummy.
|by Anonymous||reply 66||01/28/2015|
I don't think their is natural and effortless masculinity. I think there are guys who learn behaviors and can seamlessly use them.
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|by Anonymous||reply 68||01/28/2015|
I hooked up with a very naturally masculine gay guy a while ago. He was effortlessly masculine, and it was attractive. Unfortunately, he was a lowsy lover. :-(
|by Anonymous||reply 69||01/28/2015|
Well, as long as he wasn't lousy, right, r69(how fitting for the subject)?
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Alpha Males only bro
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|by Anonymous||reply 72||12/16/2015|
I supposed it is an attractive quality, but adults should not be placing so much emphasis on this. This discussion is rather infantile and feels like something high schoolers would talk about.
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