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  1. longbeachguy

    longbeachguy New Member

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    I tried to post this as a question in another thread so as to avoid taking up space, but without success, so I'll try this.

    I have an add on Craiglist.com that states in pertinent part:

    "Hot, muscular, very well hung straight guys seeks straight girl for discreet encounter."

    It's a bit more detailed but that's the gist of it.

    I posted some pix of myself, and the ad was posted under "msw" (men seeking women."

    I'd say I get at LEAST 5 or 6 emails from gay guys for every email i get from a female. No exaggeration!

    After a week or so of getting bombarded with emails from gay guys, I edited my ad to include the line, "NO GUYS! I am NOT gay, I'm NOT curious, and I don't want to talk to you! If you email me, I'll delete it w/o even reading it!"

    Yet the idiots STILL insisted on emailing me.

    What the hell gives?

    Oh, and for the record that pretty much eviscerates and destroys one of the most hallowed, sanctified myths of homosexuality: "We don't hit on striaght guys!"
     
  2. hypolimnas

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    Everyone wants me so I totally understand your predicament!

    Like any description that doesn't work, the problem is that of the writer. You have advertised yourself as a gay top.

    Now I think you should try: "financially independent, fit, funny guy with great sense of humour, and looking for committed relationship, no complaints about the size of my wang either, guy with the perfect life style and looking for the right lady to share with".

    Even if it isn't true it will help the gals feel a little less slutty once you have done the deed. Either that, or you'll be married in a week!
     
  3. bearman66

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    Any gay guy that says "we don't hit on str8t men" is lying, especially in cyberspace. We are still men and if we are attracted, we get our hopes up, and in cyberspace can be a lot more bold than we would normally be in the real world. There are a lot of guys who take I'm not curious, I'm not gay as a challenge, others who think its code for closeted and possibly homophobic or in denial. Delete and ignore is about the best you can do.
     
  4. chicagosam

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    Be a man of your word and quit complaining. Hit delete. They may be doing it now just to push your buttons seeing as you get so annoyed about it. I used to get some bizarre messages which made me uncomfortable, but then I started to write some equally bizarre messages back—calling their bluff— and never heard from them again. Now I get none at all. Have a sense of humor about it and have some fun with it. They are not bad or stupid—they are just looking for someone the same as you are.
     
  5. hypolimnas

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  6. Mr. Snakey

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    What's the big deal? A compliment from a man or a woman is just that. If your insecure you shouldn't up there.:cool:
     
  7. smoothrnb

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    I think you are making a bigger issue out of this than you should be. With any ad, one will receive responses from people who are "dreaming." Yes, sometimes, this is annoying, but I know you will receive responses from women that are not serious as well. Sorting through the responses is part of the process when placing an ad. I agree with uncut. You should be flattered by the number of responses from both genders.
     
  8. longbeachguy

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    Well, Craigslist turned out to be a bitter disappointment. 95% of the emails I received were from gay men, the other 5% were from women who were in their mid 30's, and although they were attractive, they were not what I was looking for.

    I deleted my add from there.
     
  9. fortiesfun

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    Devastating, but we'll probably all recover. Thanks for notifying us, however, so I can quit looking for you over there.
     
  10. DC_DEEP

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    Absolutely not true. Well, I would not say "we don't hit on straight guys," because I can't speak for anyone but myself. But I don't hit on straight guys.
    A little hostility there? I wonder if that's how a woman feels when she says "no" and a guy continues to pursue her.
    Really? Is that really one of the most hallowed, sanctified myths of homosexuality? Again, I'll repeat, I can't speak for anyone else, but I don't hit on straight guys.

    And did it ever occur to you that a simple "no, thanks" works better than getting your knickers in a twist?
     
  11. RideRocket

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    I thought it was that all homosexuals have a sense of fashion and good personal hygiene...
     
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    This man I know was doing some research on internet hookups, so he placed a fake ad on Craigslist looking for a woman to have sex with. He put it on the casual encounters M4W section, and used the usual Craigslist lingo like his size, he had no diseases, how wonderful he was sexually, etc., and left the ad there for a week. He got 3 responses and they were these automated type responses from porn websites wanting him to join. Not one woman answered.

    The next week he put the same ad on M4M in the casual encounters section, and said he was a straight man looking for sex. He got over 100 responses in just 2 days, all from gay men. As the week went on and new postings were put up, he got less and less mail, but by week's end he had received over 400 responses. He was totally amazed at all these men wanted to meet him for sex when it was all just a scam for some research he was doing.

    He showed me some of them and they basically all said the same things like:

    "I give great oral."
    "I've been told I'm the best at oral."
    "I can't host, can you?"
    "I can host."
    "You won't be disappointed."
    "Where are you, I can travel."
     
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