Bisexuals -- most masculine of all?

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  1. B_henry miller

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    Well that's a sweeping generality if ever I've heard one...
     
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    Well, I don't think it was a generalization. The article says that it is the result of a study done by scientists of a certain group of people. It wasn't saying, "All bisexuals are this or that...."
     
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    Keep on painting those masterpieces. I know lesbians that are more masculine. :biggrin1:
     
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    Bisexuals seem to love me - don't know why.
     
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    It's true! :wink: I've had lots of gay men tell me how I'm more masculine than most gay men are.
     
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    Most ppl can't tell a bisexual apart from a regular guy... other than he acts metro..... but sometimes its just all out there...
     
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    All scientific findings in biology are generalizations. When you are prescribed a drug for any condition, that drug is indicated by statistical averaging of a range of response from people for whom the drug has zero effect to people for whom it had its maximum effect.

    Your doctor has no idea how YOU will respond until he tries it.
    For example, Viagra has zero effect on MORE than half the men who try it.

    And yes- Bisexuality and even homosexuality is related to masculinization... which scientifically does not mean what you guys think it means.
    It means an excess of testosterone.

    Screaming flamers usually will test as being far higher in testosterone than ripped straight guys.

    Evidence indicates that a some men's willingness and interest in fucking anything is tied to levels of testosterone in the blood.

    BTW- when women take testosterone topically, they, too, can become fuck obsessed sex maniacs.

    As with all statements concerning genetically determined biology, your results may vary.
     
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    well im Bi and increadibly hairy and with a high sex drive and well-above-average penis. so i would agree with that article.
     
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    I think what it might be is that bisexuals, the confident ones anyways, are the dudes that come into a room and seem interested in everyone..and everyone seems interested in them... they give the guy, the girls, similar attention. And that gives them larger "appeal".

    For the straight guys, might be easier to imagine a bi women. That girl that comes to the party and she gives women that same type of "sexual" energy, interest, and attention, and it makes the girl come off more aggresive, hot, and appealing. In some way, more masculine. Because I think confidence and that type of openess gets conected to that.
     
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    ^ I agree - more sexual energy.

    I tend to get along with bisexual men more than gay or straight men (sexually and platonically)
     
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    I heard Bi was just a stop on the road to gayville.
     
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    I heard that lots of gay men are total queens, conformist, cannot think for themselves, and claim that they are all for equality or equal rights for everyone yet are complete hypocrites when it comes to actually doing this while they say otherwise.
     
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    nice snarky little comment there, bro.

    yeah, i'd say that's pretty correct. bi kids tend to be the most masculine in my experience.
     
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    Calm down. I'm sure he was just trying to be funny.
     
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    As noted by Phil Ayesho, by "hypermasculine," they mean scientifically hypermasculine. Which only means what are considered scientifically masculine traits -- e.g., high testosterone levels etc. Admittedly, sometimes scientists blur the line when they're careless and vague. But the point is that they don't mean society's definition of masculine, only science's definition (which is much more specific than society's definition).
     
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    One gent I knew who had dated many more men than I, said I was the most masculine man he knew. I'm still puzzled by that remark. Was it me, my voice, my conversation my view...?
     
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    Interesting. Thanks.

     
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    No. It is a stopover to denial.
    (Joking.)
    :biggrin1:


     
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    A)Wikipedia is a crapshoot as far as veracity.
    B)An entry in Wikipedia is not an article it is an entry which again may not be completely accurate. rule of thumb when looking at Wikipedia is to check elsewhere to verify.
    C)I had just injected a third round of dilaudid in an hours time when I wrote that "article"".
    D)Anyone from Lash LaRue to Bob Hoskins to the pregnant lady giving the weathere forecast can make an entry on Wikipedia.
    E)Perhaps it was YOU whho made the entry on Wikipedia.
    F)Show me actual scientific studies or I will be forced to believe that choice E or C are the real truth here.
     
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