Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by faultyink, May 5, 2017.
Not at all!
Look? Not really, but I try not to. Act? Oh, probably
Starting tomorrow, after I get my hair cut, I will fit the bill of a stereotypical lesbian according to my "friends". The word friends is in quotation marks because I honestly believe that I'd at this point be better without them.
Hm most people seemed suprised when I told them, so I will go with no.
I've had waaaay too many instances of "you're gay?! You've gotta be kidding." to even consider the notion that I "look" gay.
I might look gay, I love wearing pink, I wear nail polish occasionally, I have distinctive style, I have tight clothes as well, because I realized that my body type suits tight clothes. Anyone who suspects will say I'm gay but I certainly don't have the stereotypical voice.
No, not really, I just have a really bad gay lisp. So everyone at my school thought I was gay before I even thought of it, :lol:
Well, I almost always wear skirts and t-shirts, I try to style my hair nice and I wear makeup. Oh, and until this last 9 months I always had my kids with me. So my guess is: no. I'm going to my first LGBT women's event Sunday and I'm curious to see if anyone says anything. Due to my weight, I think skirts are more flattering then pants, so I've been wearing them more.
Some say I do and there were rumors going around, but some say not at all. I don't know.
I've always been more of a tomboy and I even buy some clothes from the men section.... everyone assumes I'm a lesbian even BEFORE I knew I was attracted to females. Could this be a sign... lol
I look straight af
When I'm wearing my pink nail polish and carrying my purse I do. Otherwise, I don't think I do.
I'm more of a looks like a Sasquatch or ogre than gay kind of guy. I could pass as a viking though.
So I've been told.:lol:
I'm a pretty masculine looking guy. Nerdy, bearded. I don't think 'gay' would be anyone's first thought if they look at me. :lol:
Not really, I've been told that I look straight.
I'm not sure. I don't think anybody would be particularly shocked to learn that I'm gay, but I also don't think that everybody who sees me suspects it.
I look like a girl, many times I have been called girl or young lady
I'm androgynous in appearance, so probably yes.
I don't care either way.
Depends on who you ask. As I'm a semi-out transguy (out in appearance if not in words), people in my town probably just presume I'm a lesbian, with my spiked hair and male-as-fuck choice in clothing.