But it's nice to get a breezy insight behind the scenes of something I might not really think too hard about. The comment about barstool conversation suggests he doesn't seem to treat the advice he gives as loftily as I might have thought, which is probably a good attitude to take.
I guess you're forgetting that women's bodies are a constant source of others' commentary and that gay guys are, in many places, called faggots in public?
Oddly, as a young woman having mountains of relationship troubles, I always felt like going to gay bars was amazing for my self esteem too, and also instructive: I got to practice talking to guys about our respective and mutual interests without the high stakes of attraction, I got to learn to take an honest compliment without having to agonize over whether it was somehow loaded, and I got to dance my ass off, which is excellent for the complexion.
Yeah. And I will say that based on my rather limited experience, that it's easier for a gay guy to get laid than a straight guy. [...] being men than [...]
"It would be great if I could say your boyfriend is a bad person and shouldn’t look at porn and tell him I said so and that would fix it. It won’t. What you have to say is your boyfriend needs to lie to you. . .
**Can't we strive for moral improvement in each other?
And I answered a letter and then three months later I accidentally answered the same letter again and gave the opposite advice. Which just goes to show you that it depends on how much I’ve had to drink that day and you shouldn’t put too much stock in anything I say.
Yeah, I'm all for a light moderation hand, but I have no idea what it takes to get a post deleted these days. Almost anything goes as far as trivial links.
I am much more attractive to gay men than I am to "the ladies." But yes, going to a gay bar certainly raises my confidence in my attractiveness.
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