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Taupey
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06 Oct 2011, 4:00 pm

One of the things that I think is annoying and I dislike the most is when "some" straight women learn that I'm a bisexual woman and they automatically think or assume I'm interested in them sexually. In reality, I'm rarely attracted to anyone male or female and hetrosexual women just do not do it for me period. Why the Hell would I want to be with a woman like that who has nothing to offer me sexually!

These women who want to believe I desire them have always been the kind of women who either know or think they are cute or beautiful. I think something clicks in their heads when they find out because they always start acting really weird then, their behavior is so predictable and sometimes comical.

I had one (neighbor) woman who called me and announced to me that she was the (straight) woman I had a crush on. I had to ask her who she was and what the Hell was she talking about and who the F_ck gave her my number.

Many times, I've had to tell these women not to flatter themselves and then treat them like they don't exist. I know it might of not been so nice but I felt so irritated with them, I didn't know what else to do.

Does anyone else in the LGBT family have or had this problem and please tell how you handle(d) it? Thank You. :)


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06 Oct 2011, 5:07 pm

this is probably less than charitable a thing to say, but it is the case that of men who blanch at the thought of other men getting hot at seeing them nekkid in the shower, a lot of 'em are 1] insecure in their own sexuality, and 2] overestimate their own attractiveness. so both genders are guilty of this kind of self-flattery, i suppose.



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06 Oct 2011, 5:30 pm

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To the Straight Guy at the Party Last Night

A mutual friend of ours threw a big party for her 30th birthday, tons of people were there and it was a lot of fun. Somewhere along the line you and I ended up on the balcony for some fresh air at the same time. We started chatting; we talked about sports, books, tv — discovered we both are about to start our masters degrees and spent some time debating the pro’ and con’ of the educational system. We talked about hanging out sometime, and you wanted to meet my girlfriend.

I understand how upsetting it was for you when I blinked mildly in surprise and said I was here with my husband. I know it was a shock to your system, if your face had turned any paler I might have called 911. You made a good recovery though – that hurried mutter of “I’m not like that” was very polite and you only knocked over two drinks and one vase in your hurry to rush to anywhere other than near me. I can’t blame you — I forgot how delicate you straight boys are. So I wanted to give you a few helpful hints about where you went wrong last night.

1) As a general rule we don’t walk around with big signs around our neck proclaiming our sexuality. No scarlet letters, no scent of hellfire and brimstone… sorry about that.

2) We do not generally assume that everyone within 5 feet of us must also be homosexual — it was nice of you to immediately reassure me that you are hetero, but it was really unnecessary.

3) Homosexuality is not infectious. While I am sure you meant no disrespect with your hasty departure; in the future you can rest assured that taking a few extra seconds in your mad dash for safety will not result in you being turned gay. It will however keep you from destroying expensive vases and knocking over senior citizens.

4) This next one may come as a surprise; but you are not, in fact, irresistible. The fact that you have a dick does not instantly turn me into a bundle of uncontrolled lust. Contrary to popular opinion, being in the same room with a straight man does not cause a gay man to instantly lose all common sense and basic common courtesy. Though I am not so sure about the reverse.

5) Homosexuals in general get a little irked when people treat us like some sort of leper. Rushing to another mutual friend of ours and advising him of my sexuality, so he could be “forewarned” was really uncalled for.

6) Upon being told (by said mutual friend) to stop being an idiot and that you were not my type anyway… it generally confuses the issue when you then proceed to become upset that I DON’T find you attractive. Three seconds ago you were running through a crowd of people with your hands cupped protectively over your junk as if I might attack you at any moment with a blowjob. See hint number 4.

7) We homosexuals have an odd sense of humor — I can’t help that. Something about watching you freak out as if all the demons of hell were after you just struck me as vastly amusing.

8.) While being pissed at me for dissolving into uncontrollable laughter might be understandable… gathering a couple guys together to “teach the fag a lesson” is not.

9) You might also want to drink a little less and be a little more careful about the guys you approach for your little proto-hate-mob.

10) Assuming the two tall muscle-bound bruisers must be uber-hetero and just as appalled by my presence as you was your first mistake. It was an understandable one though. How were you to know that pflag tshirt the first guy was wearing wasn’t a sports team? Also the rainbow ring the second guy was wearing could have meant anything I am sure.

11) In retrospect I suppose that upon hearing your not very subtle hate-talk and seeing who you were heading for; I could have said something instead of just laughing harder. I apologize for that. I should have just introduced you to my husband instead of letting you walk up to him and ask him if he wanted to help you teach “that fag over there” a lesson. I hope that broken nose heals up cleanly.


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06 Oct 2011, 5:44 pm

auntblabby wrote:
this is probably less than charitable a thing to say, but it is the case that of men who blanch at the thought of other men getting hot at seeing them nekkid in the shower, a lot of 'em are 1] insecure in their own sexuality, and 2] overestimate their own attractiveness. so both genders are guilty of this kind of self-flattery, i suppose.
Yes, I believe they are, AuntBlabby.


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06 Oct 2011, 6:38 pm

Jory wrote:
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To the Straight Guy at the Party Last Night

A mutual friend of ours threw a big party for her 30th birthday, tons of people were there and it was a lot of fun. Somewhere along the line you and I ended up on the balcony for some fresh air at the same time. We started chatting; we talked about sports, books, tv — discovered we both are about to start our masters degrees and spent some time debating the pro’ and con’ of the educational system. We talked about hanging out sometime, and you wanted to meet my girlfriend.

I understand how upsetting it was for you when I blinked mildly in surprise and said I was here with my husband. I know it was a shock to your system, if your face had turned any paler I might have called 911. You made a good recovery though – that hurried mutter of “I’m not like that” was very polite and you only knocked over two drinks and one vase in your hurry to rush to anywhere other than near me. I can’t blame you — I forgot how delicate you straight boys are. So I wanted to give you a few helpful hints about where you went wrong last night.

1) As a general rule we don’t walk around with big signs around our neck proclaiming our sexuality. No scarlet letters, no scent of hellfire and brimstone… sorry about that.

2) We do not generally assume that everyone within 5 feet of us must also be homosexual — it was nice of you to immediately reassure me that you are hetero, but it was really unnecessary.

3) Homosexuality is not infectious. While I am sure you meant no disrespect with your hasty departure; in the future you can rest assured that taking a few extra seconds in your mad dash for safety will not result in you being turned gay. It will however keep you from destroying expensive vases and knocking over senior citizens.

4) This next one may come as a surprise; but you are not, in fact, irresistible. The fact that you have a dick does not instantly turn me into a bundle of uncontrolled lust. Contrary to popular opinion, being in the same room with a straight man does not cause a gay man to instantly lose all common sense and basic common courtesy. Though I am not so sure about the reverse.

5) Homosexuals in general get a little irked when people treat us like some sort of leper. Rushing to another mutual friend of ours and advising him of my sexuality, so he could be “forewarned” was really uncalled for.

6) Upon being told (by said mutual friend) to stop being an idiot and that you were not my type anyway… it generally confuses the issue when you then proceed to become upset that I DON’T find you attractive. Three seconds ago you were running through a crowd of people with your hands cupped protectively over your junk as if I might attack you at any moment with a blowjob. See hint number 4.

7) We homosexuals have an odd sense of humor — I can’t help that. Something about watching you freak out as if all the demons of hell were after you just struck me as vastly amusing.

8.) While being pissed at me for dissolving into uncontrollable laughter might be understandable… gathering a couple guys together to “teach the fag a lesson” is not.

9) You might also want to drink a little less and be a little more careful about the guys you approach for your little proto-hate-mob.

10) Assuming the two tall muscle-bound bruisers must be uber-hetero and just as appalled by my presence as you was your first mistake. It was an understandable one though. How were you to know that pflag tshirt the first guy was wearing wasn’t a sports team? Also the rainbow ring the second guy was wearing could have meant anything I am sure.

11) In retrospect I suppose that upon hearing your not very subtle hate-talk and seeing who you were heading for; I could have said something instead of just laughing harder. I apologize for that. I should have just introduced you to my husband instead of letting you walk up to him and ask him if he wanted to help you teach “that fag over there” a lesson. I hope that broken nose heals up cleanly.


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This is great Jory!


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07 Oct 2011, 10:43 am

Thank you Jory, and whoever the original author is.


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07 Oct 2011, 11:59 pm

Awesome story Jory (hey, a rhyme!), thanks for sharing. :)

My dear friend Taupey, I too am bisexual and I have experienced similar reactions. These days I just keep my sexuality a secret. I only tell people whom I really trust.



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08 Oct 2011, 5:31 am

Usually every straight person that doesn't have normal interaction with gays or bisexuals think Gays/Bisexuals are gonna immediately rape the first thing that moves upon meeting one.



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10 Oct 2011, 10:25 am

Imapanda wrote:
Usually every straight person that doesn't have normal interaction with gays or bisexuals think Gays/Bisexuals are gonna immediately rape the first thing that moves upon meeting one.


LOL...so true.


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