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Old 07-22-2013, 12:26 PM   #1
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Default Gays as the Paragons of Masculinity

I posted something about this in the Tim Duncan gay thread.

Everyone seems to associate gayness with passivity or femininity, but this is false!

Heterosexuals are more feminine and passive because they don't have the guts or the manhood to make another big, strong male submit to their will. They have to pick on weak, frilly little girls to have sex, they have to be physically superior to consider trying to screw someone.

Gays (at least toppers) have to be made of sterner stuff, because their conquest is bigger and stronger, and will be trying to fk back instead of wanting to be fked.

Therefore straight people are more feminine and passive. QED

Open your mind, let the white, sticky seed of my knowledge impregnate your brain, and allow the truth to proliferate there.

This has been you instructor Psycho, signing off.
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