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    RE: To Gay Feminists...

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    Masculine gay men and the queens are two different breeds of human beings.

    Actually, I once read that, throughout most of past history, they never had a word for "gay" -- but they would have a word for queen. Meaning, a gender atypical person -- aka, a man with a female brain. However, you could be homosexual and still considered to be "straight," if you acted like a man and talked like a man.
    Makes total sense from the POV of a struggling-to-survive society: He's still pulling his weight just like any other men = respect granted, no issue and they could use the extra muscle.
    As opposed to (extreme case) being a dead weight, causing drama and not even being able to produce kids as a redeeming factor.

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    RE: To Gay Feminists...

    Some native american tribes had a role for men who were not entirely masculine. It was recognized that they had feminine traits. Sorry I do not have detailed information or citations.

    There is enough information in this thread for a good introductory article on social aspects of gender and sexual preference. dmschlom provided an especially large amount of insightful information.

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    RE: To Gay Feminists...

    Quote Originally Posted by sammich heist
    Quote Originally Posted by dmschlom
    Quote Originally Posted by sammich heist
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    Masculine gay men and the queens are two different breeds of human beings.

    Actually, I once read that, throughout most of past history, they never had a word for "gay" -- but they would have a word for queen. Meaning, a gender atypical person -- aka, a man with a female brain. However, you could be homosexual and still considered to be "straight," if you acted like a man and talked like a man.
    Makes total sense from the POV of a struggling-to-survive society: He's still pulling his weight just like any other men = respect granted, no issue and they could use the extra muscle.
    As opposed to (extreme case) being a dead weight, causing drama and not even being able to produce kids as a redeeming factor.
    It's nothing to do with 'gay' and everything to do with the fact that female privilages never extent to males.

    In any primative culture struggling to secure it's survival a man CAN'T opt out of his masculine obligations to contribute to protection and provision (hunting/fighting etc)...because those female privilages (not to) are only afforded to women because; women have wombs and carry children and because women are useless (in securing protection or provision) while pregnant and human babies are useless (at hunting fighting or surviving unaided) when born...

    A man that doesn't have a womb OR want to pull his weight in 'the Phalanx' is just dead wood asking other people (men) to carry him. THAT is the shit that didn't fly back then. And that is the shit that STILL doesn't fly today...accept these days these pathetic queens have the luxury of playing the 'victim card' and crying homopobia any time a straight man (or masculine gay man) rolls his eyes at him or tuts at the queen's futile and doomed attempts to co-opt female privilage.

    A man that brings value to the Phalanx can stick his cock anywhere he likes in his down time. Ask Alexander the Great and the Spartans.
    "Being a cunt doesn't make you wrong." ComradePrescott

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    RE: To Gay Feminists...

    Quote Originally Posted by Froy
    Some native american tribes had a role for men who were not entirely masculine. It was recognized that they had feminine traits. Sorry I do not have detailed information or citations.

    There is enough information in this thread for a good introductory article on social aspects of gender and sexual preference. dmschlom provided an especially large amount of insightful information.
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