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TallOrder88

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'I don't get?', Q and A general questions concerning LGBTQ issues

As some one who leans 'straight', I don't get how whenever a straight guy is supposedly fooled into dating and romancing a Cross Dresser or ext, I don't get why after they find out, the straight guy gets so upset and feels so humiliated, as demonstrated on Jerry Springer show today, I just don't get or understand that reaction.

I mean if something similar occurred to me, how would I react you may wonder?

 

Let's take this person for example, the one above taking a selfie, say me and them spoke over the phone for weeks, and got along great, had a lot in common, then say we met at a casual place, like a park, during the day, and had tea, then say we continued to get along, so finally arranged a date, say at a fine resturuant, where we had some wine and some light flirting occurred, then say later that night they called me and said.

'Hey, I gotta be honest with you about something, I'm a guy...'

What would my reaction be, you may ask?

"hmm, OK, can you fish?'...

Point is, it wouldn't send me into fit or rage mode, I mean so they fooled me (or guys tell themselves, cough), so they fooled me, we held hands a few times, SO WHAT!, I've faced way bigger issues than that in life.

I wouldn't be mad, in fact I'd probably compliment them and say 'Wow, you really had me going there, you're good'.

Would I break off the friendship?, I doubt it, why would I?, I mean if they were cool as a woman, why wouldn't they be just as cool, if not more so as a male?

I guess I'm just secure enough in myself that I don't care anymore how anyone wants to dress, even if it fools me.

I think males who fake pretend they didn't know person they were dating was their same gender, and get upset when CD, ext confirms it to them by admitting it, I think males who get upset over that are extremely childish and frail on the inside, frail as glass, and soft as putty.

Personally, I wish more males would dress up and look pretty, LOL, why not, I mean throughout course of day I'd rather see pretty people, regardless of gender, than old crusty bearded types.

So ye, I'd still be their friend, although the nature of our relationship might change a bit, but I'd still be their friend.

But that's just me in that I'm always fascinated at what makes other people tick.

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If a parent, and son announces 'Hey dad, I think I'm gay', this is how you should handle it

https://mcdn.podbean.com/mf/web/z3hpcs/Parental_manual_on_offspring_announcing_they_re_lgbtq.mp3

Part parody, but mainly truth, listen and learn, consider it a manual on how to be a decent parent.