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When you are growing up as a gay man, you realise that most of your relationships with straight men just like your relationship with dead lifts can never be easy. Do we talk about the difference between single malt and double malt whiskey? Do we talk about the backward English pass in billiards? A decade ago, when I was younger and more socially awkward, I would get the nervous sweats whenever I was introduced to a straight man.
What if he mocked me? Made fun of my nasal twang? Ridiculed my niche taste in pop music read: Katy Perry?
Instead, I would rush over to their sisters and girlfriends, and instantly bond over the newest episode of Gossip Girl or how delicious Ryan Gosling looked in his latest RomCom. Countless experiences and many sob stories later, I was in a constant state of worry. What if these men thought that I was secretly in love with them? What if they felt threatened and insecure just like I did?
What if they thought I was staring at them or worse, their privates? They are the ones who have shifted from the spectrum of open fear to open curiosity — open to the idea of wearing male rompers, open to the idea of discussing at great length the net worth of the Kardashian sisters, open to the idea of a hug that lingers for just the slightest second.
That never bodes well for anyone. The bartender is a man of actions. Bartender wants to be your queen.
Do yourself a favour. Send him back to his table, and drop him an aspirin for his morning after if you can. Mr Feelings is a sensitive straight man, who likes to paint and drink chamomile tea. He lives by himself in a tiny studio apartment, and spends his Sunday evenings doing crossword puzzles.
Mr Feelings is vulnerable at the moment, and just wants to feel loved. With his indifference but with just the right amount of interest that makes him look endearingMr. Ennui can be the quintessential gay guy that every man would like to take to bed.
We all like to feel attractive, and some of us when we are not feigning modesty and throwing around a general air of being nicealso like to be told we are so. You get the gist. Mr Narcissist, on the other hand, feels that being objectified by a gay man is the highest rung of the ladder and we all know how men like to be on top.
Mr Husband misses his wife. Mr Husband misses his children. Mr Husband misses his dog. Mr Husband misses the physical touch. Mr Husband misses the sex. Mr Nice Guy might be the most harmless of the straight men that you need to stay away from, but also the most confusing. Maybe he was a bully back in high school and wants retribution. Maybe he just wants to compensate for the generations-worth of atrocities thrown your way by other less sensitive straight men. Maybe he just wants you to know that not all straight men think that you want to hit on them.
Maybe he wants a gay friend to wingman for him. Mr Nice Guy will always be full of manners and maybes. But then again, he probably s off all his tweets with NotAllMen. Almost never, boys. Almost never. Mr Feelings Mr Feelings is a sensitive straight man, who likes to paint and drink chamomile tea.
Or worse, yours. Mr Ennui With his indifference but with just the right amount of interest that makes him look endearingMr. PS: He might even part with a fist bump if he thought things got too awkward. So keep those hands to yourself. Mr Narcissist We all like to feel attractive, and some of us when we are not feigning modesty and throwing around a general air of being nicealso like to be told we are so.
Keep him wondering, guys, and pass me that mojito instead. Mr Husband Mr Husband misses his wife. His cue to behave, and just go back home.
Mr Nice Guy Mr Nice Guy might be the most harmless of the straight men that you need to stay away from, but also the most confusing. Illustration courtesy Amrai Dua.Str8 guy wanted
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