And didn’t you make a post about how gays were more cultured? A healthy love for literature and art is great, but it seems gays now are more concerned with fashion (why fashion?), female pop singers and beauty products. Feminine products designed to attract a mate. Men shouldn’t be overly concerned with this crap and focus on more important things.
I agree that gay men have basically abandoned literature and art anymore in favor of more base pursuits. This is sad. If straight men are avoiding art and lit because it’s too faggoty, at least we might have the gays to pick up the slack and redeem themselves and us men in general by being the cultural vanguard of the male sex. But sadly, gay men seem to be as narcissistic, petty and pedestrian as straight men anymore.
Fashion, pop singers and beauty products.
These are the obsessions of narcissistic and shallow females. Men of any orientation should not degrade themselves with such a feminine, solipsistic, vain, gossipy and bitchy lifestyle. There’s plenty enough females around as it is. No use creating fake females with Y chromosomes.
Fashion? Lame. I knew two guys who were really into fashion. They both worked at clothing stores in the mall. They were both very good friends of mine, but after the friendships ended (rather abruptly almost like a lover’s quarrel!?) I heard that both of those guys got into homosexuality, or bisexuality I guess, since they were both into women pretty seriously when I knew them.
They were both exclusively straight when I knew them, but they always talked about queers and homosexuality because the retail fashion industry was absolutely swarming with queers, both as workers and consumers.
So the score is
2 guys really into fashion = 2 bisexual guys.
That’s 2 for 2 as I see it.
Screw fashion. I change my clothes a lot (lately I have been wearing an expensive silk shirt that I got for very cheap), but I am pretty much a dog about fashion.
Female pop singers. LOL wut? Nuf said!
On to the next topic!
Fashion products? Huh? I have 2 shavers, soap, shampoo, conditioner and two brushes. I make sure my hair is nice and neat when I go out, but I often don’t even shave. When I do shave, I now shave my ears and even nose. I am told that women like men “clean” this way nowadays.
I tuck in my shirts well or leave them out if it’s appropriate. I tie or belt my pants. I usually wear sandals. I get my hair cut regularly and often even cut my own hair a bit here and there. And I trim my eyelashes sometimes too. I used to have aftershave, but I ran out and have not restocked.
I do not wear stained, ripped, dirty, or smelly clothes. Those go right in the wash or trash. Around my neighborhood, if you avoid stained, ripped, dirty or smelly clothes as a male, you’re basically a fashion maven.