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Homo vibe

Postby Eric » Mon Sep 05, 2016 2:25 pm

Does anyone get these? For example, I was talking with this English guy who lives in my apartment.. although not stated explicitly I felt a certain homoerotic vibe coming from him towards me - but won't state it. Why is this...what causes this? Why are so many guys like this....what does it mean? do they mess around with guys in secret while still being with girls? How does that work. Like I could just feel that vibe. .... it just felt weird. It is something you give yourself over to, I feel. I was on guard/ cautious & scared for that reason. It makes me afraid. He said he has a gf of 5 years back home. I believe him.
I wonder what percentage of guys are like this?.......something's telling me to avoid it.
I could feel this vibe and it made me uncertain. Like, it's really fun talking to him and I could have a lot of fun talking with him - but I'm just afraid, of where it might go.

What do you guys think. Any advice or input on this?


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Re: Homoerotic vibe

Postby Conjo » Mon Sep 05, 2016 5:27 pm

Your mind is playing tricks on you. You are seeing what you want to see. Which is a man showing interest in you. You made a lot of this gay-themed posts before, Eric. It is because you are a supressed homosexual yourself. It is pretty obvious that when we take a look at the Kinsey scale, you won't be 100% heterosexual. Normal heterosexual men do not put this much thought into other guys sexualities.
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Re: Homoerotic vibe

Postby Eric » Tue Sep 06, 2016 1:05 am

I'm really not, man. I wouldn't just make a post about it - it happened. I don't think it is what you say. Although, I understand what you're saying about Kinsey Scale, etc., this was foreign and did not come from me - but outside of me from another person; I'm a lot of things but, I am not an idiot.
I think as humans we can do a lot of things, the question is whether we should, or not. Everyone's like this, as far as I know.

This guy was interested in something. It doesn't take someone being gay themselves to recognize it - that's just ridiculous. I made a post about it - because it made me uncomfortable.
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Re: Homoerotic vibe

Postby wanderlust » Tue Sep 06, 2016 1:30 am

If what you're seeking is a numerical estimate, I remember reading a published study that estimated the number of men and women by region in the US who'd ever tried same-sex activity. For US men the average was something like 8-9%. I can't remember the number for women.

Those aren't my estimates, that's what the study came up with. If you want a link, I can maybe find it.
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Re: Homo vibe

Postby MrMan » Tue Sep 06, 2016 5:35 pm

It's possible to pick up if some homosexual guy is into you. You may call it a 'vibe'. You might have felt uncomfortable because of a stare or some body language that signaled interest, or maybe it's something more along the lines of a spiritual or soulish perception. But I wouldn't be absolutely convinced a man was this way based on some feeling, and certainly wouldn't accuse him.

I experienced picking up on a 'vibe', you might say, or more context clues. I had a membership to the Y in one town, and used it in another at another state. I got in the jacuzzi there, if I remember right. This other guy was there, and we were talking about working out. He said I could be fit if I lost a few pounds, something like that. Anyway, the way he said it and his comments made me wonder if he were gay. Later, he said he was in a relationship, but he wasn't married. Something about the wording he used tipped me off that he might be homosexual. I asekd a question or two and his evasive answered kind of clued me in.

If you feel the way you do, sure avoid it. You wouldn't want some gay dude to get all interested in you. That's a gross and weird situtaion to be in.

Also, as far as Kinsey's research goes, it was bad from a statistical perspective. Also, there are some major ethical problems since the books seem to indicate that children were molested and the data collected for his research. It was some pretty sick stuff.
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Re: Homo vibe

Postby wanderlust » Wed Sep 07, 2016 10:22 pm

I've heard of that Kinsey study, and the flaws associated with it.

Here's the link to the news article explaining the study (it's not the Kinsey study). The article notes that the percentage of men who are exclusively doing other men has remained flat since the beginning of the study (1973) but the number of men who've tried same-sex activity doubled between the early 1990's and 2010, rising to 8.2%.

The article doesn't draw this distinction, but presumably a lot of new experimenters were people who tried it and didn't like it, and left it alone afterward, so they wouldn't meet the definition for gay or even bisexual.

That period, beginning in the early 1990's continuing until today, was the beginning of a top-down LGBT push in media, law and even religion, so it's realistic to think that such a push induced new people to dabble in it.

Anyway, here is the link:

http://articles.philly.com/2016-06-03/news/73519991_1_11-percent-2-4-percent-0-9-percent
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Re: Homo vibe

Postby Eric » Wed Sep 14, 2016 9:53 am

The Kinsey study was done by a Jewish man, Alfred Kinsey (this fact was conveniently overlooked in public media)...who was a sexual deviant himself - he had many sexual experiments with men as well as women, children even. He did experiments on children to 'bring them to orgasms', which is sick and somewhat demented.

This information was kept from the public, and the results of his studies were heavily skewed - they chose populations to test which were not "average persons", but sexual deviants, perverts and other fringe of society people.


The public was duped into "trying" new things, once again to break Christian morals or any morals in general, and make homosexuality appear okay.
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Re: Homo vibe

Postby Kradmelder » Wed Sep 14, 2016 10:52 am

If you take a Christian view on it, homosexuality is an abomination:

"'If a man has sexual relations with a man as one does with a woman, both of them have done what is detestable. They are to be put to death; their blood will be on their own heads."

But the bible also allows for attempting to repent sin, knowing it is wrong behaviour. So if a queer is trying to repress it, is ashamed, or trying to seek forgiveness, perhaps he should be accepted. Even a repenting prostitute was accepted. If he is hiding it, but a willing deviant with no desire to change, sorry in my view to mix with the sinner makes you guilty of it yourself. An open flaming faggot, proud of his abomination....well what can one say? May as well go around being proud of being an adulterer, thief or murderer.

So as long as he hides it, does not attempt queer moves on you, and stays in the closet, in my book the right thing is to give him the benefit and accept friendship (without benefits lol). Who is without sin?

If he makes a move, instead of stoning him to death like the bible says, perhaps a good solid smack is in order so that their blood will be on their own head :lol:

Unfortunately, the law no longer allows that, even if he offended your rights and morals by imposing himself on you. It is not popular these days to have old school christian values, or a sense of right and wrong. Avoiding the canaanites or sinners is seen as 'Discrimination' 'hate speech' and 'racism'.
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Re: Homo vibe

Postby Kradmelder » Wed Sep 14, 2016 11:35 am

Eric wrote:The Kinsey study was done by a Jewish man, Alfred Kinsey (this fact was conveniently overlooked in public media)...who was a sexual deviant himself - he had many sexual experiments with men as well as women, children even. He did experiments on children to 'bring them to orgasms', which is sick and somewhat demented.

This information was kept from the public, and the results of his studies were heavily skewed - they chose populations to test which were not "average persons", but sexual deviants, perverts and other fringe of society people.


The public was duped into "trying" new things, once again to break Christian morals or any morals in general, and make homosexuality appear okay.


What else do you expect from a jew? They are always trying to portray white society in the worst possible light, and have been trying to undermine and weaken its social cohesion for 2000 years. Or they are trying to sway white people into deviant behaviour to weaken society and make such behaviour acceptable. Every degenerate movement like feminism, gay rights and homosexuality, pornography, end conscription, promiscuity, swinging, abortion, legalise drugs, multiculti, open non-european non christian immigration, marxism etc you will find jews promoting it in overwhelming numbers, if not instigating it, far above their proportion in society. Yet they promote none of this in Israel. For blacks they promoted (c)rap music, making violence, drugs and gangsterism cool.

Look at Disney channel for example. It was once wholesome family entertainment. Now it is race mixing, kids talking back, multiculti, white boys looking weak and nerdy, and the most obnoxious behaviour is the cool kid. What is it but an attempt to make shekels while destroying the fabric of white youth, promoting race mixing and rebellion against traditional values.

Women and children are very susceptible to this barrage of making the illicit look attractive, ever since Eve took a bite of that apple. Any one who lacks strong character and a moral fibre is susceptible, hence the assault on our values, to make us question our values about homosexuality, authority, and duty to society. If you believe in nothing you are open to everything. Also the attempt to break up white families and remove the father, who was the force of moral authority, part of the same plan. It is the father who will instill strength and moral authority and resistance, whether he is White, Black, or Yellow. So far, it looks like Asians have been the most able to resist the degenerate forces and maintain social cohesion, but jews have never targetted them directly, never assaulting the morals and norms of asian culture.
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