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0 - exclusively heterosexual 35 56.45%
1 - predominantly heterosexual, incidentally homosexual 15 24.19%
2 - predominantly heterosexual, but more than incidentally homosexual 5 8.06%
3 - equally heterosexual and homosexual 3 4.84%
4 - predominantly homosexual, but more than incidentally heterosexual 0 0%
5 - predominantly homosexual, incidentally heterosexual 3 4.84%
6 - exclusively homosexual 1 1.61%
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Old 05-07-2005, 10:41 PM   #61
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Well, take a look at TV sitcoms. Dumb, chubby and rather plain looking men whose penis seems to override their brain with a thin, pretty wife who is smart, yes, but is little more than a mother figure to pamper their lazy husbands.

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Fair enough. Actually you're right, but then again sitcoms have rarely done any group justice.
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Old 05-07-2005, 11:44 PM   #62
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What does that say about heterosexuals? That all the "nice" ones are gay? Why?
Speaking of which, here I am watching "Blind Date," and here they have the nice, hot, well-groomed guy, and pretty much they're blasting him as either "gay" or "wussy" or "wishy-washy" the entire time.

So there you go. I guess those guys do exist, but the "ideal man" must be "overtly macho," according to TV, because he might be secretly gay.

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I live in the world beyond the television. I grew up without it, in a society without it (I lived past the end of the signal) so television stereotypes had no bearing on my community.

But the same stereotypes are still there. I once watched a programme (ha, ha, very very occasionally I do watch the tv now) where three of the 7Up series were spliced together. The programme highlighted the difference in the cultures. The children in the series from:

* England were focused on class differences

* USA were focused on racial differences

* Australia were focused on gender differences

and not in a good way.

I'm rambling. Maybe I need to migrate.........
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Ha! Nothing like a good pigeonhole to start the day

Nice, sensitive men with good fashion sense = gay
Overly manly men = gay but in the closet
Brutish, rude, dumb men = straight
Independant, smart single women = lesbian
Independant, smart attached women = straight
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Speaking of which, here I am watching "Blind Date," and here they have the nice, hot, well-groomed guy, and pretty much they're blasting him as either "gay" or "wussy" or "wishy-washy" the entire time.
maybe i should edit my response. i am a happily independent single woman, sometimes (and stupidly) mistaken for a lesbian, and i am quite attracted to that "gay man stereotype". i'm just looking for someone with similar qualities, so i guess that makes sense.

i don't mean to encroach on Mrs.Springsteen's turf, but BVS .
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i don't mean to encroach on Mrs.Springsteen's turf, but BVS .
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I'm attracted to that "gay man" stereotype too
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