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    I've met plenty of guys that I can look at and understand why it is that women would go ga-ga for them. Doesn't mean I feel the rush of hormones that I do when I'm with a woman, but I can see an attractive male and know that he's attractive as well, yes.
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    I have heard PLENTY of male friends admire other men's physical appearances... I know plenty who even have one or two specific famous men who they would happily go gay for for a night... these men are straight and they are comfortable enough with themselves that they feel fine admitting that an...
    you're. Talking about man/woman inteeaction where most men say BS lol

    Ah that reminds me of when I was asked what my ideal woman was at a party and I said "I have to pick just one?"

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    Some men look at other men out of jealousy, as in "I bet he scores without effort." It has nothing to do with "normal" - and who knows what "normal" means anyway? Everyone seems to have their own definition of it. In any case, if you're implying that being a straight man and admiring another man's sexuality is somehow not "normal" then I wouldn't worry about it... in fact, I'm not really sure I understand the question. But admiring beauty in any gender regardless of one's own gender seems absolutely "normal." Again, whatever that means.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UniqueMixture View Post
    you're. Talking about man/woman inteeaction where most men say BS lol

    Ah that reminds me of when I was asked what my ideal woman was at a party and I said "I have to pick just one?"
    to most of the men involved I don't exist in the situation or count as a woman... I'm the only chick who gets invited out to strip clubs and bachelor parties, for instance... not to mention that my entire team at work is male... I get to deal with men being with other MEN on a regular basis
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    All I'm saying is my buddies don't talk about what guys they'd like to hook up with. Women tend to be far more "tolerant" as long as their man doesn't act gay usually. I think women make out with each other to attract an alpha most women won't respond the same way to two dudes making out, etc.

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    no... but I've definitely heard phrases like "I'd go gay for Peyton Manning... he's just that awesome" or "I can see what women see in Ryan Reynolds... he's a pretty sharp guy" and things of that sort

    the fact that normal in the title is misspelled is still annoying me
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    Theres no chance in I would actually fuck another male. No Way. Fuck that. And I would never say I would gay for someone. Maybe just recognize their looks and just envy em for looking like that. The world is based on good looks.

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    how old are you?
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    so you haven't really even had that much time to fully EXPERIENCE life... that happens between 19 and 25 for most people, I believe... get over yourself enough to get out there and live and be exposed to all kinds of people before making such hardened opinions
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