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Open Board / Re: Yoo Hoo?!
« Last post by XPlover on December 27, 2016, 08:29:34 AM »
Well, race is obvious but how much importance we give to it can change. Left-handed people were treated pretty badly, but now there's no discrimination:

Interesting that this came up here and you're uncomfortable with it, andkon. For all the gaudy waving and flaunting of rainbows, we gays are among the whitest and most "racist" crowds on earth. Liberally-dogmatized "diversity" is a fraud and needs to be trashed.

I put "racist" in quotes, because the concept is actually a wrecking ball against civilization, a smear-word that's ending way too many careers over absolutely nothing. Most people love whiteness and it's time they just admitted it -- because it's reality. "It's not nice to fool Mother Nature"......
Open Board / Re: Introduction
« Last post by XPlover on December 27, 2016, 08:17:48 AM »
Are you still with us, Scott? Would like to hear more of your meaning here.

IMHO, the big strange tragedy of gay history is that societies seem to have tolerated (or blessed) every possible thing between two males except adult love matches -- unless, of course, they were in line to get killed e.g soldiers. 
Open Board / Re: Grero on Facebook
« Last post by XPlover on December 27, 2016, 08:13:50 AM »
Wow, great info there. Must keep up with it. Already copying some to a little email zine I do, with credit to you.

Love the story about the young von Trapp descendant getting married despite his obvious androgeny. If they're that happy, here's to them. The real shame is the shaming by people who detest anything wholesome. Don't you think?
Open Board / Re: Grero, continued
« Last post by XPlover on December 27, 2016, 07:45:03 AM »
Refreshing honesty. We must diligently (if often quietly) bust the reverse stereotypes dogmatically laid down by the self-appointed arbiters of gay power. They want an end to labels and clichés -- let's let 'em have it!

1960s button: How dare you assume I'm straight.

Motto needed today: How dare you assume I'm a lockstep liberal hedonist just because I'm gay.
Open Board / Re: My "straight acting" homosexual friend
« Last post by XPlover on December 27, 2016, 07:38:51 AM »
He may seem strange and freakish, but I think there's a great spectrum out there of commitment to gayness, from totally absolutely closeted and self-denying (even straight-living) to living from Outfest to Outfest. 
Open Board / My "straight acting" homosexual friend
« Last post by vincentdigrero on December 27, 2016, 06:50:29 AM »
I have known this man quite a number of years and he has always puzzled me. He frequents gay bars and will socially get together with other gay friends for dinner and social events. He has always had quite a few lesbian friends as well. He is petrified about anyone, even a stranger, who might perceive him as a "homo." He will definitely not associate with anyone in the gay community who might has the slightest mannerisms or persona of an effeminate. Once we caught a taxi to a gay bar and he had the taxi driver let us off about two blocks from the bar. He will not allow another male friend to hug him when leaving his house in fear that a neighbor might see two guys hugging. While he lives in a nice house, he is allows his house to be dirty and unkempt. I think he sees a clean, tidy home to be a feminine trait. When I visited him the last time (he lives in another state) he made reference to the fact that I liked to keep the dishes washed like a woman does.
From my perspective, I think this would be a very lonely life. Someone with this attitude could never have any real, close friends who are heterosexual for fear that he would be found out. My heterosexual friends (male and female) all know of my sexuality and it helps with my authenticity for real friendship. Discounting the effeminate homosexuals is equally limiting for they can also enrich all of our lives.

Does anyone have any insight on this other than my friend is extremely closeted?
Open Board / How to meet other greros?
« Last post by vincentdigrero on December 24, 2016, 06:49:35 AM »
Many would say that going to a gay bar or club would be the answer. This might be true to an extent because one will always meet a guy or two who has bravely entered the club to satisfy their curiosity.
This is an easy question. We will be at the places where so-called "straights" would go -- straight clubs, churches, colleges, sporting events, conservative/liberal political events, coffee houses, gyms and even in the workplaces. Usually one would have to see them more than just for a single event and become somewhat of acquaintances. Call it synergy if you wish, but greros have a way of eventually connecting with one another. The big giveaway is that the grero will generally be alone.

Open Board / Re: Grero, continued
« Last post by vincentdigrero on December 24, 2016, 05:47:21 AM »
I agree with you XPlover. It's too bad that this great forum and website has not been more active. There are those of us who happen to be individuals and will not be defined by the LGBT status quo. We simply live our lives without having to be involved with the gay bar syndrome, liberalism, parades, and other outrageous activities. Most of my family and close friends who are "straight" know of my sexual orientation. It is pretty much a non-issue. Recently, I mentioned to a heterosexual woman that I am friends with that, "I would be up the creek if it were not my heterosexual friends." -- Meaning that I have very few homosexual friends. She said, "Well, I would be up the creek also without my gay friends."
Open Board / Re: Grero, continued
« Last post by andkon on December 23, 2016, 06:07:49 PM »
Thanks, I've had those ideas, but the willpower just isn't there most of the time. :-/
Open Board / Re: In whose company do you feel the most comfortable?
« Last post by XPlover on December 22, 2016, 05:32:16 AM »
Right. By whatever route is impossible to say, but we guys are naturally programmed to prefer each other's company and eros. It's only natural. I theorize that when societies spend hundreds of generations of sending their more macho types off to die in wars, the obvious result would be a less macho, hell-bent-for-leather male population..... but suspect we men have always been very, very, gay (or Grero). 

The gay establishment has led the main establishment in throwing out (basically banning) paternal bonding issues in sexuality theory but will probably reverse themselves every 20 years or so.
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