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Discussion in 'Underwear, Clothing, and Appearance Issues' started by STYLYUNG, Aug 29, 2010.
Which is the gay finger? What does it mean? Right hand or left hand? Please explain.
hahaha! I would love to know as well, because that sounds excessively homophobic! Or like when women would tie a special bow in their bonnet to show if they are dating, single, married or widowed?
I'd say it's whichever finger is up the other guy's hole.
I suspect the OP is referring to those silver metal rings that one places on the thumb or the index finger. The rings are often have Celtic patterns/banding. They tend to be worn on any finger except the traditional wedding ring (i.e. the 4th) finger. They were more popular 5+ year, but i don't see men wearing them much anymore.
Are you talking about wedding rings or commitment bands? As a rule I have seen most americans use the ring finger on the right hand while almost everyone else I know uses the ring finger on the left hand. When I just had a band I used the right hand. When I upgraded to a diamond I moved it to the left hand so it did not get as much wear and tear.
I don't think it really matters other than what you are comfortable with.
In America, the wedding band is worn on the left hand. Other forms of adornment, like earrings and such (at least for men) are worn on the left as well to denote heterosexuality, broadly speaking.
I always thought that anything with the Greek key pattern was a way of denoting homosexuality, as far as rings and jewelry are concerned.
Thumb rings are loathsome and utterly rakish: they are the sign of a serious case of douchebaggery, straight or gay.
love the PA looks great on u
:smile::smile: You Have A Wonderful Way With Words Man.:smile::smile:
Personally, I Have No Idea, What Hand Or Finger.
In the sixties i believe if a guy wore a ring on his pinky, then it was a signal to other gay men that he (the guy wearing the ring) was gay. But with time comes change because nowadays rappers and pimps wear pinky rings so go figure. The point is if your not married then don't wear a ring on you marriage hand. Oh and a thumb ring just looks stupid, unless you the frontman for a band!
Lets see...I am gay, all my life. A finger with a ring, is a finger that has a ring on it. Just like all hetrosexual males fingers. This just a stereotypical crap....I'm just saying...:wink:
OK. I wear my wedding ring on my ring finger of my left hand. My wife gave me an anniversary band to wear on the ring finger of my right hand. Now I want to get a name ring that has both our names carved out on it. Which hand and finger should it be worn on? And not my pinkie or thumb. Those do look a bit goofy to me.
This guy has any rings question (except cockrings) under control and then some.
in ireland, especially in northern ireland (where i live) left ear means Catholic and the right year mean Protestant.
I've met a couple straight guys at old workplaces that wore their wedding bands on the right hand. Depends on their culture I guess?