Leave your "Masc4Masc" mentalities at the door.
It's time we stop using "straight-acting" as some kind of dreamy, aspirational bridge-building tactic or lure. And while we're at it, how about we just stop trying to act like straight people all together and start acting like exactly who we are?
1: Send out random photos of their a**hole. I'll admit it: I'm a butt guy. I can look at gorgeous rear ends all day, and anyone who wants to send me a photo of their perky bottom has my blessing. But a butthole?
We can't ignore the many gay men who admit a taste for straight guys, which makes me wonder why they prefer straight men sexually. Based on the gay men I have seen in my office, here are some of the possible reasons.
Ayanbadejo's advocacy touches down with more impact than many advocates who are gay themselves, and not just because of his NFL platform, his obvious intelligence, looks, and charisma, but because he's authentically not gay.
There's an undeniable pansy vortex in gay life. You fall into it with baggy jeans and climb out of it with spandex up the crack of your ass.