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    Quote Originally Posted by FirstTimeMummy2012 View Post
    Actually it was Luke Perry from 90210 for me ..
    and before that you were gay??

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    Quote Originally Posted by FirstTimeMummy2012 View Post
    You shouldn't be concerned for me just as I am not concerned for you. You seem happy with your life and that's all I ever hope for anyone including you.
    BUT... one more point before I hit my ironing! I'm not concerned for you at all, I'm concerned for the world we live in. If someone was on here saying they didn't believe the holocaust occurred, or that black people shouldn't have the vote, would you say "Oh, don't be concerned for them. That's just their opinion"? And would you think it unfair that you couldn't see their point? Of course not.

    This is no different.

    Now to the ironing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lambjam View Post
    I'm down with this. Enough from me on this particular tangent, I might go do some ironing (and come back in a bit when you've all figured out that you actually decided to be straight when you first laid eyes on Johnny Depp in 1989...)
    No way, Patrick Swayze. Or David Bowie in those tight tights in The Labyrinth. Hahaha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AM View Post
    and before that you were gay??
    Nah .. before that it was Jason Donovan

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    Quote Originally Posted by lambjam View Post
    I'm down with this. Enough from me on this particular tangent, I might go do some ironing (and come back in a bit when you've all figured out that you actually decided to be straight when you first laid eyes on Johnny Depp in 1989...)
    Keanu Reeves for me - yeh baby!!!!!!

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    To actually answer the OP, it was just one of those things I always knew. I was interested in girls from a VERY young age. There was no aversion to girls germs here thank you very much. I didn't know what to do with a girl if I had of got one, but I knew they were good! Lol.

    I think it's because I'm so confident in my sexuality that I don't take issue with being confused as being gay at times (sensitive, musical theatre loving man - must be gay right?) I know that I'm as straight as they come and don't feel the need to over compensate anything. If the blokes at work think that my gentle nature equals homosexuality, that's their mistake...

    Their wives know differently! Lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by GluttonForPunishment View Post
    To actually answer the OP, it was just one of those things I always knew. I was interested in girls from a VERY young age. There was no aversion to girls germs here thank you very much. I didn't know what to do with a girl if I had of got one, but I knew they were good! Lol.

    I think it's because I'm so confident in my sexuality that I don't take issue with being confused as being gay at times (sensitive, musical theatre loving man - must be gay right?) I know that I'm as straight as they come and don't feel the need to over compensate anything. If the blokes at work think that my gentle nature equals homosexuality, that's their mistake...

    Their wives know differently! Lol

    My dh has had the same issue at times. Not because he's into musicals or anything but because he's the 'friend' type of guy. He was the guy all the girls wanted as a friend because he is good to talk to and sensitive and all that. And although he doesn't like shopping really, he'd still go shopping with them and stuff. He's the token gay guy without being gay LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deserama View Post
    My dh has had the same issue at times. Not because he's into musicals or anything but because he's the 'friend' type of guy. He was the guy all the girls wanted as a friend because he is good to talk to and sensitive and all that. And although he doesn't like shopping really, he'd still go shopping with them and stuff. He's the token gay guy without being gay LOL
    Your hubby and I would get on then! Lol

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    I decided before, ummm, before....


    Way back when I could make a decision, I knew I wanted to be a white english speaking person. I also knew I wanted to be born in a western country, I'd didnt want red hair or need glasses I wanted slightly higher than average iq, and no disabilities. I made sure I was as average as possible. I also decided I would be as straight as a die. I thought I'd covered all my bases, if only I'd sorted out all the x y chromosome thingies I would have been just about perfect. Yep that was when I decided to be straight.....

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    Hey, there's nothing wrong with red hair. You think the gays have it tough! Us ranga's have it a million times harder!


 

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