Do you think I'm weird because I'm straight?

Ever wonder why straight people don't need to broadcast that they are straight? People that aren't straight always have to notify everyone about their sexuality. For instance, if a guy is on a cooking show and he is not straight, he has to make his point by saying something about his "husband." Oh... my husband will just love this food, and so will our children. Oooup... there it is. Keyword to let you know he's gay is to mention it they have a husband. They all do it on tv. It's getting old. Like they were the first person that invented that technique. Sometimes it's just too much information that we don't need to know. Ya know?
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  • Yeah, I get annoyed by gay people "humblebragging" too. The worst ones are the half-assed lesbians. In every social media bio: "I'm bi. I'm bisexual. I like to f*ck women! Pretty cool, huh? Yeah, I know. Sucking a titty IS pretty awesome!" They make me feel like wanting to punch them. And that's due to how obnoxious they are, not because they're gay.

    So while I don't think you're weird just for being straight, I DO think it's weird that you are a woman and you are straight (assuming you actually are). Straight women seem to be a rarity, nowadays. Every single woman nowadays is coming out as queer. At that point, I just consider them to be full-on lesbians. There is no "I'm into women, but I'll still pretend to be into you and like masculinity." No; you're a dyke from there on out. Zero attractiveness to her, after that.

    So yes, seeing an actual, 100% heterosexual woman who would not "go down on a woman, just to try it" is refreshing to still hear about in 2021.

    • Women are objectively hot 🤷‍♀️

    • @tilmyheadblows For thirsty lesbians, I guess.

  • Straight people aren't insecure about their sexuality. If they look like a man, they're a man. If they look like a woman, they're a woman. No need to waive some freak flag.

    • Exactly!! But non-heteros do. It must be exhausting for them to prove their sexuality everyday to anyone that will listen.

    • Fuck their need for acceptance. Why can't they just do what they want to do and STFU? Is the whole world supposed to admire them just because they are queer?

    • Liam - That is my point. They sure seem to think the whole world is supposed to admire them. Admire them for what? What do they do to deserve anyone's attention, let alone condone their Sex lives. They are so into themselves that they don't realize there is some serious stuff happening to America. Do they just live in La La land?

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  • On GAG, you do have to broadcast you're straight if you a female because of the idiot asshat user that keeps trying to spread the mistruth that all women are bi sexual and attracted to women...

    • That's because they watch so much porn, they believe that is the norm. They can't tell the difference anymore 🙄

    • Lolol 😂

    • Hey in all fairness, I really wouldn't broadcast that I am married to another woman so often if guys would get the hint I am not interested when they send me DM's. And no, I am not locking down my DM's just because they can't behave.

  • Because everyone assumes you’re straight unless you say otherwise

    • Thanks 😊

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  • Straight people broadcast their sexuality more than queer people from what I've seen, and im very much in LGBT spaces lol.

    As for mentioning their partner etc on TV... who cares? Straight people mention their spouses all of the time pushing their dirty straight agenda 😩 people like talking about the people they chose to spend their life with. If that's too hard for you to grasp without ulterior motive you're honestly just dumb.

    • It's more about the fact they're fishing for compliments and praise for being gay, but aren't as subtle about it as they think it is. And actually, it IS annoying when straight people do the same thing around single people, too. "Oh yeah, me and my GRILFRIEND went to a Halloween party yesterday." Like, anyone cares. It's just more annoying cause so many gay people want praise and kudos, even though being gay as been mainstream for like 25+ years now.

    • @MCheetah you sound bitter and lonely, should have gone on anon.

    • Whoever answered you, I have blocked. You probably should do the Dane lol

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  • Not at all, you have to be who you are. But flirting with anyone doesn’t hurt. ;)

  • What kind of question is that? Of course not, not nearly as weird as the folks having sex with folks of the same sex

  • No, you are in the majority.

  • I kind of agree. At the same time, I try to empathize with people who have different perspectives on life than I do. It does not bother me when gay people make those sort of comments, because if anything, it personally gives me some relief to not have to try and guess whether or not someone is straight or not. In some situations, those sort of comments like "my husband" or whatever give the social signal that tells you they aren't straight, which is really helpful sometimes because it lets me know what sort of jokes or things I can or can't say, etc.

    Also, everyone frequently talks about the things that define their external persona. Your personality and the things that you think often are frequently things you will bring up in conversation. If your personality was in part defined by characteristics that the rest of the world was judgmental over and prejudiced towards, it would be reasonable to assume that you would not only be often thinking about it internally but that you would also have repetitive impulses to bring it up in conversation. Everyone behaves and thinks differently, but generally speaking it is likely that this is a common experience shared by members of the homosexual community. A defining part of their social identity is their sexuality, so although it annoys me to hear it brought up so often in public, I can understand why they are slightly obsessing over it.

  • Straight is default. Stop finding reasons to be triggered

  • Disgusting isn't it? Desperately confused people so needy for acceptance and validation.

    • Ah you ! The bringer of useless negativity.

    • @Paul09 Eat me fucktard.

    • No thanks, that's disgusting 🤢

  • I’m straight, and I refer to my husband all the time. I think it’s normal to refer to your marital status, gay or straight.

  • They dont need to broadcast because quite simply its normal.

  • no its not

  • How dare they mention their spouse? Got a picture of them together on their desk, projecting their Homosexual behavior.

    • It's their way to let us know their sexual preference. Who cares?

    • Oh the irony here is strong

    • I think you are missing the point here.

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  • No that’s normal

    • Exactly my point. You gave the perfect answer. I was trying to make a point when I posted this question. Thanks 👍

    • You’re very welcome I’m glad I could help you out

  • Being straight is completely normal. Nature designed you as a woman in order to have children with a man.

  • Why don't they have straight parades now? lol

    • We should lol

    • Yes, straight flags, straight marches, and more lol

  • I agree with you 100%. Its nauseating, and no, I don't think you're weird.

  • No. Straight is normal. It's the gays who are weird.

  • Nope..

  • yes it's just boring, nobody actually cares any more, gay men shouldn't adopt kids anyway, gay women imho fine, but with gay men, they both want to be in charge and this leads to disharmony in the home,,,

    And before any wokers attack this comment, my best friend is a gay male and when I expressed this opinion to him, he totally agreed,,,

    • What the actual fuck? So leave the kids never to be adopted, because your views are from 1 experience?

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