#1
Okay, let's say that you have a gay couple (two men). I know that one of them takes on a feminine role, and the other a masculine role in their relationship. If you know Colin McAllister & Justin Ryan, I think the feminine one is supposed to be Justin.

But I was wondering, when does this happen? Like, how and when do they know which mindset to take on? Does it happen naturally, like at birth? If so, is it possible to divide gay people into two categories, like one who acts male and the other who acts female? Does the same sort of thing happen to lesbian couples?

I know that being gay is biological, and not a choice. I just want to know whether their gender mindsets also are also biological, or choices, or maybe determined by some other factor.
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#5
According to my gay friend he always talks about it a lil before hand and it kinda naturally happens because they can tell which is more masculine...

That was awkward writing...
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#6
You are born that way, and cant turn non-gay. That almost rhymed, but watever.

Seriously, i think you are born more mascular or more femiminent(spelling please?) then someone else. so if you have 2 gay-bitches, its like a women relationship. if you got 2 rambo´s getting it on its like hardcore gayporn.
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Okay, let's say that you have a gay couple (two men).


I'd say that's an odd pet to have.
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#8
I believe they sit down and have a serious debate about it on who will take what roll in the relationship.

It usually involves tea and crumpets.
#9
It's probably like the man scale.

Whoever is more manly gets to be the butch and the other is the bitch.

Say you have a guy who's 7 on the man scale, if he goes with a 6 he's the butch, if a 9 he's the bitch.

I think it works like this in prison too btw.
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According to my gay friend he always talks about it a lil before hand and it kinda naturally happens because they can tell which is more masculine...

That was awkward writing...


So that means that one is born naturally more masculine than the other? And therefore, the answer to my question is genetics?
#11
It depends on personal preference really, and it's certainly not a rule that ALL relationships have the b*tch and the butch, but guys just seem to attract their 'polar opposite', as it were, more. IE butch is attracted to b*tch and vice versa.

EDIT: So I guess it's genetics to an extent but also learnt behaviour, if you were in a long term relationship with a much more dominating, masculine male then you'd probably be more influenced towards the submissive role.
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I believe they sit down and have a serious debate about it on who will take what roll in the relationship.

It usually involves tea and crumpets.

And lube.
#13
stronger personality vs. weak personality?


also, who prefers to give/take affects it

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#15
I have another question, while we are at it.
Do gay guys get horny by looking at their own genitalia?
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#16
I'm not really sure, i'm guessing its just like anything else with straight couples. There are some feminine guys that are straight and there are some manly girls that are straight.

I really don't think it has anything to do with being gay part, as it applies to both gay and straight couples. You will act more masculine or feminine depended on your which of the hormones you get.
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It's probably like the man scale.

Whoever is more manly gets to be the butch and the other is the bitch.

Say you have a guy who's 7 on the man scale, if he goes with a 6 he's the butch, if a 9 he's the bitch.

I think it works like this in prison too btw.


lmao

makes sense though
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I have another question, while we are at it.
Do gay guys get horny by looking at their own genitalia?
Do you get horny looking at a vagina?

That's just the vagina, absolutely nothing else.
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Do you get horny looking at a vagina?

That's just the vagina, absolutely nothing else.


I'd expect anything
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It's probably like the man scale.

Whoever is more manly gets to be the butch and the other is the bitch.

Say you have a guy who's 7 on the man scale, if he goes with a 6 he's the butch, if a 9 he's the bitch.

I think it works like this in prison too btw.
seems like the most plausible theory thus far.
#22
Right, it's completely determined and true that one person MUST take a "feminine" role and the other a "Masculine"....

Granted... if you are talking about intercourse, one person would likely ask... and often times they'll switch places...


But in a gay relationship, there is nothing that says "one person must take a more feminine role"...

In fact, looking a queer community, they may even frown upon thinking in such ways simply because it promotes a standard/ideology that oppresses them
#24
Massive thread about gays already somewhere
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It's psychological. You can't be born gay. Natural selection tells that that gene would have died out long ago.


You're going to have a lot of liberal media giving you a **** storm if you keep saying that my friend.