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Okay, I'm coming out. ImM Gay. I don't like women! - long rant

Re: Okay, I'm coming out. ImM Gay. I don't like women! - long rant
« Reply #10 on: August 21, 2004, 11:59:06 PM »
I don't get it.  Is he gay?

M2

Re: Okay, I'm coming out. ImM Gay. I don't like women! - long rant
« Reply #11 on: August 22, 2004, 12:00:37 AM »

If you think I am exaggerating, think again.  I'm strongly questioning my sexual orientation just after 3 days of dealing with women who may as well be strung out on crack, because that what it seems to me.  Hose me down and call me Fester!

The problem is that you aren't sleeping with any of them...you would put up with the *&^% gleefully if you were.

thinknpositive

Re: Okay, I'm coming out. ImM Gay. I don't like women! - long rant
« Reply #12 on: August 22, 2004, 12:36:26 AM »

If you think I am exaggerating, think again.  I'm strongly questioning my sexual orientation just after 3 days of dealing with women who may as well be strung out on crack, because that what it seems to me.  Hose me down and call me Fester!

The problem is that you aren't sleeping with any of them...you would put up with the *&^% gleefully if you were.

true dat

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Re: Okay, I'm coming out. ImM Gay. I don't like women! - long rant
« Reply #13 on: August 22, 2004, 01:29:23 AM »
If you're younger than 50 and if even the slighest whatever prevents you from exercising a sexual relationship with a willing, beautiful, woman, then you are probably gay (that is, you don't have to bone them all, but most heterosexual males are inclined to bone them all).

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Re: Okay, I'm coming out. ImM Gay. I don't like women! - long rant
« Reply #14 on: August 22, 2004, 01:41:18 AM »
If you're younger than 50 and if even the slighest whatever prevents you from exercising a sexual relationship with a willing, beautiful, woman, then you are probably gay (that is, you don't have to bone them all, but most heterosexual males are inclined to bone them all).

Why 50?  Such a round number.

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Re: Okay, I'm coming out. ImM Gay. I don't like women! - long rant
« Reply #15 on: August 22, 2004, 01:55:29 AM »
50 is a round number. I'm 42, and I am slowing down. Ten years ago, I couldn't find a woman to keep up with me, and I tried to find one. Now, I'm doing good to stay even. Eight years from now, I probably won't be able to keep up with the 20 year olds without Viagra. However, I've met some guys in their 50's who claim to be hornier than ever, but they were company men (top bosses on oil rigs) making all the money they ever dreamed of. I wrote 50 only because I'm thinking that at some age, eventually, I will be able to escape the allure of women.

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Re: Okay, I'm coming out. ImM Gay. I don't like women! - long rant
« Reply #16 on: August 22, 2004, 02:46:08 AM »
I'm thinking that at some age, eventually, I will be able to escape the allure of women.

We're both old enough to know that will never happen.   ;)

BTW, I'm 40.

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Re: Okay, I'm coming out. ImM Gay. I don't like women! - long rant
« Reply #17 on: August 22, 2004, 02:50:15 AM »
Unfortunately, you are probably correct. It's the curse of man to lust after women. Just look at trouble Adam got from the advice Eve -- "it's a beautiful apple."

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Re: Okay, I'm coming out. ImM Gay. I don't like women! - long rant
« Reply #18 on: August 22, 2004, 03:34:36 AM »
I was in a Human Ecology class where the women (50 women, 5 guys) thought they knew everything.  It was a similar situation...I guess a C in Sociology 101 makes you an expert on deriving the reason for marital stress.  Gossiping, talking, and lots of unsupported rants.

How was it dealt with?  Point by point dissection of inane comments. To the point, harsh, and always done with a big smile.  Always with the general tone of "this is a higher institution of learning, please support your opinions with data or at least conditional reasoning". 

This managed to shrink the number of silly, unfounded comments.  And those that did speak up generally were more careful with what they said (or started off with an aggressive comment towards me).  Most comments were then from people's personal experience...and that type of evidence was easy to critique. 

Cons:

1.  I had 90% of the class dislike me. 
2.  Of those 90%, probably 50% were hot 18-21 year old girls.
3.  I had to know my *&^% for a class i didnt really care about.

Pros:

1.  A couple girls liked my style and sat by me the whole year.  These girls were not only easy on the eyes but they were really bright. 
2.  I got to argue. 

Matt

Re: Okay, I'm coming out. ImM Gay. I don't like women! - long rant
« Reply #19 on: August 22, 2004, 04:37:37 PM »
Ha!  I understand  I took a couple paralegal courses. last year.  Lot's of older career changing women TRYING to understand these basic conepts and it is SERIOUSLY straining their brains.  People were like, "Did you get that?" and I'd look back at them thinking, "You didn't?".  But just to be nice I'd always say "I THINK SO. But that was a toughie".

Hate to break it to you, but when you get to Law school there will be a bunch of loud mouthed idiots there too (male and female).  They'll be harder to win an argument with , though.