In what ways are they different?
The lesbians on Datalounge verus the lesbians in your real life\\n
|by Anonymous||reply 154||04/12/2015|
On DL they're imaginary.
|by Anonymous||reply 1||09/15/2010|
No difference. All the lesbians I know come here regularly.
|by Anonymous||reply 3||09/15/2010|
Now if you had said, The lesbians on the Michfest board vs lesbians in real life....you might have actually had a thread.
|by Anonymous||reply 4||09/15/2010|
Both are mindnumbingly boring. The ones on DL should defect to Zetaboardworld IMHO. They try to steal everything from men anyway, why can't they let us keep DL?
|by Anonymous||reply 7||09/15/2010|
That's NOT FUNNY!
|by Anonymous||reply 8||09/18/2010|
None of the ones I know in real life use a cane.
|by Anonymous||reply 9||09/18/2010|
|by Anonymous||reply 10||09/18/2010|
Another vote here for cane-free lesbians. I don't know any gay women in real life under the age of 80 who use canes and I have no idea how that stereotype started but I still laugh at 'caneface'.
|by Anonymous||reply 11||09/18/2010|
The ones I know in real life are fun to be around.
The ones on DL who are fun to be around are not noticed for being lesbian, because they don't make a belabored point of saying so whenever they post.
One regular lesbian DLer is a good friend of mine whose comments are probably often assumed to be those of a gay man.
|by Anonymous||reply 13||09/18/2010|
r12, are you a Floridian?
|by Anonymous||reply 14||09/18/2010|
[R12], sounds like you've got yourself a whole new thread.
|by Anonymous||reply 15||09/18/2010|
R12 - I'm a lesbian and am not "sanctimonious, judgmental, uptight, and hyper." I don't even run in a pack. I know the type you speak of though. I'm fairly attractive (within the height/weight of where I should be and don't scare small children with my appearance) and my partner is a knockout. We are out there so please don't hate us all. We're just not at your typical lesbian venues (bars, pride events). Don't give up hope. Oh, and I don't think you should settle for some toothless wonder with a neck tattoo. I didn't! We live in Chicago btw - maybe you're in a more rural area? Good luck!
|by Anonymous||reply 16||09/18/2010|
I can relate, R12.
|by Anonymous||reply 17||09/18/2010|
|by Anonymous||reply 18||09/18/2010|
No canes, no hating of men or fraus, no children, and NO DRAMA.
|by Anonymous||reply 19||09/18/2010|
r12/18 are you Lesbeau?
|by Anonymous||reply 20||09/18/2010|
In real life they're not as self-hating or masochistic (the only reasons I can imagine any women, straight or gay, hanging around DataLounge).
|by Anonymous||reply 22||09/18/2010|
|by Anonymous||reply 23||09/19/2010|
The cane stuff was some DL guy from 2002 trying to be funny. And you now take it seriously? LOL. I'll bet the ones who make the crude jokes are 20 year olds and don't know a lesbian in real life.
Bitter R12, if you look to the upper classes -- more educated, more income, and over 30 -- you'll come across many sophisticated lesbians who do not fit your stereotype.
|by Anonymous||reply 24||09/19/2010|
R24 is correct
|by Anonymous||reply 26||09/19/2010|
[quote] if you look to the upper classes -- more educated, more income, and over 30 -- you'll come across many sophisticated lesbians who do not fit your stereotype.
I don't count myself as upper class, but the lesbians I met who study at the same university are all sophisticated lesbians who do not fit R12 stereotype. With one exception none of us is butch, and when we meet at a regular bar we often get mistaken for a group of straight women.
The picture looks different at places where the 'scene' is meeting. The worst experience I've made was at a panel discussion with lots of lesbians over 40. They behaved like R12 described. Apart from one. And she is the (lesbian) Mayor of our city. There is hope, R12.
|by Anonymous||reply 28||09/19/2010|
Most of the lesbians in real life aren't gay men pretending to be lesbians.
|by Anonymous||reply 29||09/19/2010|
Real life lesbians that I know, want very badly to be men.
DL not so much.
|by Anonymous||reply 30||09/19/2010|
Unfortunately, although I love being 52 (and look much younger, so they tell me), that does qualify as "over 40." And although I have dated a few women 30 and under, they bring an entirely different set of issues to the table.
I understand what you mean about the "upper classes," but even though I am a multi-degreed professional, in my profession I make very little money, and I tend to act more like the working class lesbian I have always been. This enables me to better connect with the people served in my profession, and I certainly, at this late date, don't plan to "put on airs" just to meet someone.
"Upper-class" lesbians don't really like me anyway, because I neither look nor act they way they think I should, particularly when they find out my profession. To me, they tend to come off as a bit snooty, and waaaaaaay too concerned with being straight-acting and straight-appearing, similarly to the gay men on DL.
But thanks for the suggestions, everyone; I appreciate your kind thoughts.
|by Anonymous||reply 33||09/19/2010|
So you DO live in Florida and you ARE Lesbeau, so why not cop to it?
|by Anonymous||reply 34||09/19/2010|
No canes, no breadpudding.
|by Anonymous||reply 35||09/19/2010|
If lesbians can be found by bread pudding consumption, then every librarian is a lesbian. Wish I could meet an actual lesbian that was in to me, not too caught up in academia to have a normal conversation, took care of herself, and didn't try to make up for her lesbianism by adopting other social hangups like major race issues.
I have met lesbians that fit that standard, but for one reason or another they are not in to me. Usually it's my age.
|by Anonymous||reply 36||09/19/2010|
Lesbians on the dl are much prettier.
|by Anonymous||reply 37||09/19/2010|
You tell it, r12.
When it comes to fucking, I tend to be a little discriminate.
|by Anonymous||reply 38||09/19/2010|
R12 = Chaz Boners ex.
|by Anonymous||reply 39||09/19/2010|
Lesbians are all different, just like gay men. Just because some of us wish the 500lb lesbian with missing teeth doesn't exist doesn't make it so. It always amazes me that a site with the most critical, over the top gay men have something to say about gay women-hey, we come in all shapes and sizes-just like you and just like the straight people. Why don't we all allow everyone to be who they are, without limits or rules??Isn't that what equal rights is all about??
BTW, I am very much a lesbian who always had to tell the gay women in the bar, that yes, I was gay and not just hanging with my gay friends. I get it.
|by Anonymous||reply 40||09/19/2010|
Oh, gawd, r16 sounds like she is going to have a nervous break down. Take a pill, dear.
|by Anonymous||reply 41||09/19/2010|
[quote]I'm so sorry that I won't have sex with a 500-lb. lesbian with tattoos on her neck and missing teeth...
She sounds so cute!
|by Anonymous||reply 42||09/19/2010|
Lesbians in real life are actual lesbians, not bored men pretending to be lesbians to make them look bad.
Again, where is that guy who made such a big deal about how DL was GLBT inclusive? I'd love to know what he thinks of this thread.
|by Anonymous||reply 43||09/19/2010|
Hey R33, you still trolling LiveJournal and InsaneJournal? I can't imagine anyone is left on those played out sites to pay attention to you, but I thought I'd ask.
|by Anonymous||reply 44||09/19/2010|
I don't know that many in real life but the ones I do know seem to be a mixture of what r12 described with others who are smart and funny and good looking.
The ones here are few. Off the top of my head I can only name two or three posters here that I believe are lesbians, including myself. I tend to stay away from the obsessive threads about celebrities though (like the Chely Wright one). Honestly, I don't even know some of these celebrities when they are talked about here. I think the last one I contributed to was the Stephanie Miller thread and that was because I'd been listening to her show for many years.
But in my experience, lesbians are pretty obsessive so it doesn't surprise me that they can have several threads going on the likes of Chely.
|by Anonymous||reply 45||09/19/2010|
[quote]lesbians in your real life
|by Anonymous||reply 46||09/19/2010|
Lesbeau's post at r12 goes a long way towards explaining why she's against gay marriage.
|by Anonymous||reply 47||09/20/2010|
I have three lesbian friends. One uses a cane and has a great sense of humor; one has a very curious mind and is a delightful conversationalist. The third is vivacious and charming and somewhat of a sartorial chamelion - she can go from frumpy, sweats wearing, no make-up, and ponytail to a made-over knockout in about 30 minutes. She is one of the most charming people I know. None of the three are like the obsessive man haters that pop up on DL.
|by Anonymous||reply 48||09/20/2010|
Please point to the obsessive man-hating posts. I haven't seen those.
|by Anonymous||reply 49||09/20/2010|
Most of the lesbians I know in real life have put up with violent assholes. Just came up on fark: he drowned his wife in the toilet when she came out to him.
|by Anonymous||reply 50||09/20/2010|
Lesbeau is just another variant of the self-loathing gay.
'i'm a lesbian and I hate lesbians'? No, you're a self-loathing middle-aged woman who is so absolutely convinced of the rectitude of your point of view that you will never be able to sustain a loving relationship with anyone other than yourself.
|by Anonymous||reply 51||09/20/2010|
Lesbians are preeminently kind and will go out of their way to be a healing catalyst in real life. That's my experience. How they deal with each other may be in wild variance with my limited insight.
|by Anonymous||reply 52||09/20/2010|
The leswomien I know in real life have no problem with squirrels. Or death.
|by Anonymous||reply 53||09/20/2010|
|by Anonymous||reply 54||09/20/2010|
This thread takes the cak, so to speak.
|by Anonymous||reply 55||09/20/2010|
|by Anonymous||reply 56||09/25/2010|
Had to revivive any lesbian thread I could find.
Where are the lesbians on DL??? Haven't heard a shrill from them lately
Seems like they have been completely wiped off DL
|by Anonymous||reply 57||03/06/2013|
What do gay men think of two beautiful and feminine women who are lesbians and they are a couple? They find that sexy? Just wonder...
|by Anonymous||reply 58||09/27/2013|
|by Anonymous||reply 59||09/27/2013|
I'm still here. I post every so often.
|by Anonymous||reply 60||09/27/2013|
Pornchick and what's the meaning behind your presence? Any good news?
|by Anonymous||reply 61||09/27/2013|
Was just looking over threads and saw this one. The meaning behind my presence? Gosh, I just like to read and sometimes post here.
Good news? I've developed a sex toy specifically for lesbians that my company is making. How's that?
|by Anonymous||reply 62||09/27/2013|
R58, the two girlfriends in question can look like two Cindy Crawfords or two Roseanne Barrs and it wouldn't make a difference to this gay man because I'm not sexually attracted to women and don't judge women on their appearance.
|by Anonymous||reply 63||09/27/2013|
Too many bisexuals among the ones I meet in real life. I find this troubling. The old manhating kinds at least had an understandable mostly valid point of view. But these bi chiclets bug me.
|by Anonymous||reply 64||09/27/2013|
Hi Pornchick - Hope all is well :)
|by Anonymous||reply 65||09/27/2013|
R21 is not me, but it could be. I have the exact same situation in my office.
|by Anonymous||reply 66||09/27/2013|
Pornchick i would prefer hands than any other sex toy. No need for that. Pornchick you tart!
|by Anonymous||reply 67||09/27/2013|
My partner and I have been together 25 years. The older we get the less other people's sexual identity matters to us. Most of the people we do things with are straight couples or single straight men and women.
I like to go hiking and backpacking and most women my age don't like it or physically can't do it. One advantage of being lesbian is that the wives of the straight guys will trust them to go with me on overnight trips.
|by Anonymous||reply 69||09/27/2013|
ha! good point. my gfriend (of 20-some years) has a male best friend at work, and for the same reason his wife is not jealous in the least. (although he is a qt!)
|by Anonymous||reply 70||09/27/2013|
Hi r65! I remember you!
And r67, the toy is for tribbing...you'll see soon enough. But I like that you called me "tart."
|by Anonymous||reply 71||09/27/2013|
I only know mean bitchy studs in real life so....
|by Anonymous||reply 72||09/27/2013|
so sorry r72
|by Anonymous||reply 73||09/27/2013|
[quote]Why don't we all allow everyone to be who they are, without limits or rules??Isn't that what equal rights is all about??
No, of course that's not what equal rights is about, why on earth would you think that?
Equal rights is about equal civil and legal rights not some rule-free, limitless utopian lesbian fantasy world.
|by Anonymous||reply 74||09/27/2013|
Most of the people who posted in this thread are dead.
|by Anonymous||reply 75||09/27/2013|
All the hot femme lesbians are in the closet!!
|by Anonymous||reply 76||09/28/2013|
Pornchick, where are you running to now...?
|by Anonymous||reply 77||09/30/2013|
In West Hollywood, the lesbians have nicer personalities
|by Anonymous||reply 78||10/01/2013|
They're weird. Never have I come across a group that so vehemently wants nothing to do with men. It's just boggling.
I mean, men are connected to men, women to men both romantically and platonic and gay men are also connected to both men and women. But lesbians?! Nada. Whenever I meet a lesbian, I honestly feel totally invisible... odd feeling. When a woman is introduced to a bunch of gays (in real life, not to you bitchy DL queens), she is always received warmly, with interest (unless it's a club where the gays have one thing on their mind: cock).
Just bloody bizarre.
|by Anonymous||reply 79||10/01/2013|
Lesbians are so pedestrian and meagre nowadays. They either have that annoying college-girl bookworm thing going on; that nasty hipster chick going on; the fat quirky sex maniac schtick or some variant of these!!
I yearn for the days of stylish, powerful charismatic lesbians like Kate Hepburn and her love, Laura Harding.
|by Anonymous||reply 80||10/01/2013|
Dang. Am I the only lesbian here that has a circle of close friends comprised equally of gay men and lesbians, with a healthy smattering of straights of both genders to make things interesting? There is a core of us who have been friends since college/grad school, and our group has expanded over the years to include partners/close friends of the original group. We're all reasonably presentable and mostly gainfully employed, and gone through life's joys and tribulations together, geography permitting.
Surely there are other DLers out there who share this experience? I can't imagine being close with only lesbians, or only gay men for that matter. But I can't imagine a fulfilling emotional life without either contingent, either.
|by Anonymous||reply 81||10/01/2013|
I loathe the male hatred in the dyke community. LOATHE
|by Anonymous||reply 82||10/01/2013|
I stick to the threads on history, fashion, books, or finance.
|by Anonymous||reply 83||10/01/2013|
R83 sounds like a rather lovely lesbian.
|by Anonymous||reply 84||10/01/2013|
I'll tell you about myself. - I don't like lesbian cliques and stay away from them. - I don't abuse substances. - I am not abusive. - I am not a man-hater. In fact, I love men, unless you are a conservative, woman-hating, racist and homophobic asshole. - Michfest sounds beyond nuts and the woman who go their seem mentally ill. Sorry. - I own a company. - I am not fat.
|by Anonymous||reply 85||10/01/2013|
Why thank you!
|by Anonymous||reply 86||10/01/2013|
R32...I hate the fact that lesbians are stereotyped as man haters. I am not a man-hater. I love men and appreciate them. I'd rather be friends with men than women. The only other lesbian I hang out with is my own partner of 10 years, everyone else I am friends with are men.
|by Anonymous||reply 87||10/01/2013|
I'm disappointed in lesbians and in women in general. Men are sadly more cool. I feel so lost. I'm tired of other women's jealousy and issues.
|by Anonymous||reply 89||04/13/2014|
Most of the time I can't even tell who is a lesbian, who is a straight woman, and who is gay on here unless something makes it obvious. (I'm guessing that the straight male population is very small on here.)
|by Anonymous||reply 90||04/13/2014|
95% of Datalounge lesbians have been to Michfest, whereas only 5% of the U.S. lesbian pop. has attended.
|by Anonymous||reply 91||04/15/2014|
This is a bit OT but I am hot hot hot hot hot for 1950s Doris Day. I don't know what the hell went over me. I just find her unbelievably hot! And totally my type. Well, one of my types. Well, the type I've often felt most comfortable with. Anyway. I don't want to get too much into it because Doris Day is still alive and I don't want to disrespect, but god! I realise now I had a very serious relationship with a girl who was the same type. And she was GREAT in bed.
|by Anonymous||reply 92||04/08/2015|
What the fuck is up with the cane, R48?? How old is your friend???
|by Anonymous||reply 93||04/08/2015|
What? I don't come in here for the men. I was lured in by a thread on GILLIAN ANDERSON.
|by Anonymous||reply 95||04/08/2015|
Lesbians suckling veined black peen like a wild piglet at an exposed teat.
|by Anonymous||reply 96||04/08/2015|
The word GAY means GAY and is not exclusive to just males. GAY males are called homosexuals and GAY females are called lesbians. Therefore, GAY includes both genders. You sound like a whiny two-year-old who doesn't want to share his toy.
|by Anonymous||reply 98||04/08/2015|
Not much difference.
Some of my lesbian pals and colleagues are very laid back, wise-cracking, good people. I imagine DL's Swiss Chick to be that way.
Then, I know some Milly Tant lezzies, who hate straight , white men and are very prickly and always on the lookout for slights, which they imagine, if no one is actually slighting them. They are tiring and charmless. They are akin to the Michfesters.
|by Anonymous||reply 99||04/08/2015|
DL is the only place where this politically incorrect lesbo can go to escape the rampant genderqueers who now dominate the social scene in London.
I have mostly gay and straight male friends and a couple of chilled lesbian friends - all of whom I would die for. Most lesbians I see on the scene are humourless Debbie Downers who can't laugh at themselves, and who think that full-sleeve tattoos are the height of individualism despite everyone else having them. Yuk.
I don't do the scene any more because increasingly it's full of MtFs with dicks who get all affronted because I won't shag them, you know, seeing as they have dicks. And their young trendy lesbian friends are so desperate to be seen as inclusive that they call me transphobic because I don't want some Hairy Mary with his junk intact. DL is the only place where other lesbos seem to agree with me on that.
I like coming to DL because I feel like I get an insider view of what's happening in the US and the snark levels match my own cruel sense of humour.
|by Anonymous||reply 100||04/08/2015|
R98, Gay=men. Not surprised lesbians want to horn in. It's pathetic and old and I wish you dykes would shove the fuck off. Do you get that!?
|by Anonymous||reply 101||04/08/2015|
R101 - GAY is inclusive and that means both genders. YOU don't get it. I'm fine.
|by Anonymous||reply 102||04/08/2015|
*slaps R101 and adroitly kicks him in the balls
|by Anonymous||reply 103||04/08/2015|
R102, You don't seem fine. Quite the opposite really. I sure as hell wouldn't be trying to grab hold a word that was associated with lesbians. It is true that women are obsessed with men.
|by Anonymous||reply 104||04/08/2015|
r105 - You have got to be fucking kidding.
So many DLers are completely obsessed with women that they fill up this board with one sad thread after another complaining about them.
Loosen up and let it go.
|by Anonymous||reply 105||04/08/2015|
It'll never happen R101, so why don't you just relax and skip the posts and threads that irritate you. That would be the healthy way, you know.
|by Anonymous||reply 106||04/08/2015|
Lol, come on R104! Don't be so feisty, tom cat. Chill. Jesus! Some women could be your friends, why do you show your nails, fluffy? Come on...
|by Anonymous||reply 107||04/08/2015|
I wish the lesbians would just go away.
|by Anonymous||reply 108||04/08/2015|
R105 is a sugar. At last, a gay man who can also defend his sisters and not only his brahs! I guess there are many sweet and sensitive gay guys like him, but not many are bothered to 'scold' bad tom cats like R104.
|by Anonymous||reply 109||04/08/2015|
[quote]Some of my lesbian pals and colleagues are very laid back, wise-cracking, good people. I imagine DL's Swiss Chick to be that way.
Thank you, sweetie. I'm also the self-appointed 'AbFab troll' on DL so I'm not that sweet.
As for hating men, I think I'm like the others in my group of lezzie friends. As far as I know we all have straight and gay male friends and none of us falls into the man-hating lesbian category. I certainly don't. If you are somewhat open-minded, fun and not two-faced I will probably like you - no matter your gender of sexual orientation.
|by Anonymous||reply 110||04/08/2015|
Datalounge's Wiki entry says it's an LGBT site.
Not gay, for gay men only, and if it were, Mediapolis can easily change the entry.
If they don't mind the L's, then all the cunts in this thread who do, can just suck it up.
|by Anonymous||reply 111||04/08/2015|
R109, R105 is a lesbian posting as a man. Maybe you yourself? Iv'e seen it too many times not to know the drill by now. Kind of funny how you lesbians want support from gays when you get called out for your shit. But any other time you are bashing men. All men. If we say something you don't like we're either dumb gaylings, eldergays, freepers, trolls, self loathers and so on. It's gets fucking old. If you can't handle the fact that gay men can have an opinion that doesn't match yours then maybe you shouldn't be here. This shit goes on all the time. I'm not interested in putting up with it anymore.
|by Anonymous||reply 112||04/08/2015|
Don't catch your cock ring on the embellished trim of your kaftan as you exit, R112, I beseech you.
|by Anonymous||reply 113||04/08/2015|
Most of the self-identified lesbians here seem pretty nice to me.
|by Anonymous||reply 114||04/08/2015|
Truth hurts R112? It usually does. How about you learn something for once and listen to what I and others have been saying for a long ass time. You lot really are insufferable.
|by Anonymous||reply 115||04/08/2015|
"Your lot" - oh dear, someone wasn't breastfed as a child! "Our lot" is diverse much like "your lot" I should imagine. Your verbal abuse is a broken record. Boring.
|by Anonymous||reply 116||04/08/2015|
If gay means both why is it GLbt?
|by Anonymous||reply 118||04/08/2015|
R117 - I DON'T mind people having opposing opinions than me. I actually like reading about other opinions as there may be a chance I may learn something. However, I DO mind the "nasty shit" from any poster (male or female). You are capable of giving your opinion without that "nasty shit", aren't you?
|by Anonymous||reply 119||04/08/2015|
r117/115/112 and all the other yellow he's pissed about all over:
No, I'm not a lesbian. I'm a gay man who is not such a fucking fussbudget that he works himself into a snit in the presence, virtual or otherwise, of a woman, lesbian or otherwise.
I've never understood the vitriol that gay men here spew about women. Someone always points out a deluge of women in threads, which I never see, except for hysterical homos shrieking about "fraus" doing something or other, usually working or raising children.
Take the stick out of your ass and maybe you'll get some of the sweet action there that would bring you out of this tense and thankless state.
|by Anonymous||reply 120||04/08/2015|
R120 - you are officially my favorite gay man on DL. Thank you for being open-minded and courteous. It's a rare quality on here so I send you positive thoughts.
|by Anonymous||reply 121||04/08/2015|
I don't believe R120 is a man. I just don't. But that's just my opinion. I agree about lesbians being hypocrites and man haters. Iv'e been posting at DL for over 5 or 6 years and now I just wish they would find a lesbian board to post on.
|by Anonymous||reply 122||04/08/2015|
I feel your pain, [R100].
|by Anonymous||reply 123||04/08/2015|
I fail to understand the rage on this thread. Most of the lesbians I know are matter-of-fact, hardworking, worldly types who take nice vacations and really don't waste time hating on men. The occasional birdwatching expedition might fit the stereotype, but not much else.
|by Anonymous||reply 124||04/08/2015|
Is scissors sisters are real act that lesbians do?
|by Anonymous||reply 125||04/08/2015|
Why is the DL obsessed with women? So many threads complaining about them, so much thinly-veiled envy. When female posters complain or contradict, DL calls them humorless cunts. Interesting, to say the least.
|by Anonymous||reply 126||04/08/2015|
You can call a lesbian a homosexual or gay. They are our species counterpart, gay men, as scary as that sounds lol. I would rather be seated next to the rawest bulldyke than to some soccer mom who thinks I want her or her pussys gold
|by Anonymous||reply 127||04/09/2015|
R81 - no, it's not just you, never fear. I'm a lesbian whose close friend circle sounds a lot like yours.
|by Anonymous||reply 128||04/09/2015|
They seem so scared of women. It is curious. They bitch about women "taking over" DL, yet are the first to either start threads about them, or respond in such threads.
They'd rather point to women as their problem than take the effort for self-analysis that would give them some real insight.
|by Anonymous||reply 129||04/09/2015|
You assume that gay men have any interest in "real insight" about women.
Women are largely irrelevant beyond transitory amusement for most of us.
If we want you out of our spaces, it's because women think they are more relevant to our lives than they have ever been.
|by Anonymous||reply 130||04/11/2015|
R130 - you were born of a mother, you may have sisters, female cousins, work colleagues etc...I'd like to know how you managed to live your life with half of the population just being "transitory amusement". Whether you sleep with them or not, whether you like them or not, females are relevant. Step down from your ivory tower and live amongst the real people. You may learn something about yourself that you seem to be too afraid to acknowledge. Life shouldn't be lived in a bubble.
|by Anonymous||reply 131||04/11/2015|
Straight chick here. I really like the les gals here at DL. Actually, I like most of the lesbians IRL as well. I think the biggest surprise I experienced after finding this site years ago was that gay men are no nicer to their sister brethren than they are to us straight fish.
|by Anonymous||reply 132||04/11/2015|
r120 - If you doubt the veracity of my identity as a gay man, TD me and stroll over to the hot Algerian soccer player thread, of which I am the OP. I doubt many women would be this fixated on men's asses, and I doubt anyone would go to such elaborate lengths to assume a false identity on an anonymous message board for homos.
I am gay and crazy for men, but for me that doesn't equate to hating women, here or in real life.
I am also used to getting attacked when I point out misogynist and racist shit on DL, but I never shut the fuck up. My boyfriend hates me coming here because of all the negativity, but I keep returning for the insights and pop culture snickering.
|by Anonymous||reply 134||04/11/2015|
I meant to address r122 above, but got too wrapped up thinking about athletic Algerian butts.
|by Anonymous||reply 135||04/11/2015|
[quote]you were born of a mother, you may have sisters, female cousins, work colleagues etc...I'd like to know how you managed to live your life with half of the population just being "transitory amusement". Whether you sleep with them or not, whether you like them or not, females are relevant. Step down from your ivory tower and live amongst the real people. You may learn something about yourself that you seem to be too afraid to acknowledge. Life shouldn't be lived in a bubble.
Oh please. That's just pointless posturing. Gay men don't need women in any real way, accept it or don't, doesn't change anything.
The ones who have overstated their own importance are the women insisting that we are obsessed with your lives, when in actuality, we're usually just amused by them.
Of course I'll pay attention to women I like, but I'm certainly not going to choose them over them men I like.
|by Anonymous||reply 136||04/11/2015|
what a bunch of woman hating. None of your comments reflect any of the lesbians I've met in my 50 years as gay. Oh - I'm attractive, wealthy and retired. You sound like a bunch of malcontents. And if you're tired of being told what to say, how to look, and how to behave, try being a woman in a room full of gay men.
|by Anonymous||reply 137||04/11/2015|
Reeling at the thought that there are women you like. I do wonder about that...do they really like you back?
|by Anonymous||reply 138||04/11/2015|
R136 - if a gay man wants to have child (and many do), a woman WOULD be needed.
You can live in your own sad, little world if you want to. I can't see how you can contribute very much to society and there's no way you can reach your full potential as a human being with an attitude like yours. Have a nice day.
|by Anonymous||reply 139||04/11/2015|
"Gay men don't need women in any real way, accept it or don't, doesn't change anything."
Back atcha. Same goes for lesbians and men. And that is why we are reviled.
|by Anonymous||reply 140||04/11/2015|
R141, i think that obsession has sexual connotations, so there is no way lesbian women to be obsessed with... men!
Bisexual women, yes, they could be obsessed with males, but lesbians, well, not really. Can't you see the obvious? Meh...!
|by Anonymous||reply 142||04/11/2015|
Lesbians are extremely obsessed with men. I wish it weren't true but it is. I hope all women stop it at some point but I don't see it happening.
|by Anonymous||reply 143||04/11/2015|
Lol, R143, what happened? Really now! Who hurt you and you see all women in that negative light? Is it possible all women to be the same to you? Whoa...That's disturbing, but it is at least funny!
|by Anonymous||reply 144||04/11/2015|
R144, I am tired of women obsessing over men. Nothing wrong in my speaking up. I'm not bragging about it. I wish it weren't that way at all.
|by Anonymous||reply 145||04/11/2015|
Lesbians are indifferent toward men. That's what drives them crazy.
|by Anonymous||reply 146||04/11/2015|
R146, You sound pretty obsessed. I have no doubt you will continue to do so.
|by Anonymous||reply 147||04/11/2015|
[quote]- if a gay man wants to have child (and many do), a woman WOULD be needed.
[quote]You can live in your own sad, little world if you want to. I can't see how you can contribute very much to society and there's no way you can reach your full potential as a human being with an attitude like yours. Have a nice day.
A surrogate would be needed, an adoption agency would be needed, a wife would not.
Funny that's the only example you could come up with.
Since you are not here for my amusement, feel free to walk away, if not, you will continue to amuse a whole bunch of us.
|by Anonymous||reply 148||04/11/2015|
R120 Bless you sir. I have always kept the faith that there were more of you in DL than there are of the "fraus are the plague of the earth" types who act as if we add nothing to the debates and conversations here.
|by Anonymous||reply 149||04/11/2015|
R148, Preach it!
|by Anonymous||reply 150||04/11/2015|
I am also a caneless Lesbian, funny, world traveler, pride myself on never being boring and very much into (successfully) being a change agent during this time around. Am able to post as an expert on a couple subjects in here - and I hate "Tin hats." LOL
I LURVE my Gay brothers, truth is most of my closest friends are gay men, though my community is straight as much as gay. Sometimes I miss having my close gay GF nearby, but that is the price I pay for living the life I want.
Agree this is a LGBT site, but I respect the feelings of the men that claim it as their own - but am disappointed if they get messy or hostile about it. This site is fun as hell, but lately have found it disappointingly not as funny as years past - just as advertised! particularly appreciate this site on layovers... awesome reading when stuck in the sandpit hell of AbuDhabi. GO my Queer Brothers and Sisters - Be FREE, wherever you are....
|by Anonymous||reply 151||04/12/2015|
I agree with R151- this place is a blast- but was much better in the late nineties. Still makes me laugh though despite the influx of simpletons. The best site to keep me connected to home and entertained during layovers in wacky countries...
|by Anonymous||reply 152||04/12/2015|
I'm not sure where OPs question has gotten him/her/us. We're all here because we have common interests in DL topics regardless of whether we're gay, lesbian, bi, queer, trans yada yada yada people. Nobody knows who's what, anyway. Some of us are jerks and some of us aren't. Do we really need to lapse into more stereotyping?
|by Anonymous||reply 153||04/12/2015|
R151, Be FREE, to go to a lesbian site. Please and thank you
|by Anonymous||reply 154||04/12/2015|