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I went to the Tilbury on Sunday night. The Tilbury is a bit like high school. It has that high school attitude and even the bitchy mean girls. There are the popular and pretty jocks on one corner. They are muscular, tall, blonde and refuse to mingle with any other group. The nerds and geeks are in one corner…discussing their latest mobile phone or IPOD purchase. The wanna be popular posers in another area and the clueless untouchables in another area by themselves. Gay men have really not grown up since high school. We still care what others think of us and we are always trying to join the footy team or in this case the gym team!
 
  
There was one thing that I did miss about high school: the friend with privileges. Remember the concept: You are my friend, just like all the rest of my friends. I eat pizza with you, watch TV and play video games. The difference is that you have privileges and you can tear off my clothes at any given moment and make crazy sex to me. I will think nothing of it and just go with the flow. In high school, friends are friends, pals are pals and buddies sleep together. Nothing has changed in the gay world. https://34.101.180.169/
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All I would say is that yes, in general, biologically these things are true. But there are biological exceptions just as there are psychological exceptions and cultural exceptions.
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So I would just hesitate to use such definitive, “a girl who does this is right, and a girl who does that is screwed up” type language.
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People come in all sexual shapes, forms, sizes and preferences. Biology, psychology and culture all have a hand in it… and for most people, they’re never going to change it past a certain age (especially men studies show). So I think it’s better to just accept it at face value.
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hilanoga says:
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May 29, 2011 at 1:21 pm
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I don’t like these biological arguments. There are many things that are “wired into my biology” like running around naked and gathering berries (I guess), and many things that are not, like studying for my math degree.
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Yet the fact that I study for my degree is considered acceptable and healthy, while running around naked is not, to say the least.

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All I would say is that yes, in general, biologically these things are true. But there are biological exceptions just as there are psychological exceptions and cultural exceptions.

So I would just hesitate to use such definitive, “a girl who does this is right, and a girl who does that is screwed up” type language.

People come in all sexual shapes, forms, sizes and preferences. Biology, psychology and culture all have a hand in it… and for most people, they’re never going to change it past a certain age (especially men studies show). So I think it’s better to just accept it at face value.

Reply hilanoga says: May 29, 2011 at 1:21 pm I don’t like these biological arguments. There are many things that are “wired into my biology” like running around naked and gathering berries (I guess), and many things that are not, like studying for my math degree. Yet the fact that I study for my degree is considered acceptable and healthy, while running around naked is not, to say the least.