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What is a gay/bi/queer stereotype that you fit?

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  1. chickencat

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    Seems like as good a way as any to judge someone's appeal haha!
     
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    I love wearing a baseball hat and I wear a lot of chapstick.
     
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    Or...they're just really comfy shoes.

    Signed,

    My 8 year old not even close to white anymore pair of converse
     
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    Lol, i bough my converse like 5 years ago.
    they used to be red.
    emphasize on "used to"
    now their like light pink.
    hahha
     
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    - Sometimes I wear flannel and tank tops. I'm drawn to Bohemian clothing. My style varies, some days I dress more feminine, but on others I wear a casual tomboyish look.

    - I'm a bit of a cat lady. OK, maybe more than a bit. :smile_cat:

    - When it comes to sport, I enjoy playing field hockey. I'm considering joining the team at my University. :hockey:

    - I'm left-handed, and my ring fingers are larger than my index on both hands.

    - Apparently the way I pose in photos has set off a couple of people's gaydars before.

    - I don't wear make up.

    - The entertainment I consume tends to have at least one gay character in it. Sometimes this is unintentional, I've gotten into books or TV series which have ended up taking a route in the plot that was less straight than I'd expected. I seem to be drawn to characters that later end up coming out in the story / plot line even when I'm not expecting it. Also, I'm a part of several fandoms which have a large LGBT following. When I look at the music I listen to, I notice the amount of gay and bisexual artists is certainly considerable. Likewise with YouTubers (or people who fit into both categories).

    - My friend group is mainly made up of straight guys, and not so straight women. However, I do have a few friends who are straight women and gay men. Although, I've noticed that the vast majority of my female friends these days aren't straight.
     
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    I paint my nails, carry a purse, and sometimes wear skirts, although being genderqueer, I don't know if those count as stereotypes. I will say two big stereotypes that do NOT fit me are that I do not care about fashion and I do not like musicals. I've always believed that putting someone's name on a $50 pair of shoes does not make them worth $500. The only musicals I like are ones with pop/rock music (i.e. Jersey Boys). I've always said that Star Wars is more realistic than any musical because Star Wars takes place "A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away." For all we know everything in Star Wars happened exactly the way it's shown in the movie, but you never see anyone walking down the street singing like they do in musicals.
     
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    Have you ever listened to the podcast "Hello Internet"? They share your view on Star Wars
     
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    point well taken... My low top and high top all stars have some serious mileage on them as well, and are some of my most comfortable shoes - but they are reserved for times when they make sense (to me that is lol) like concerts, festivals, playing at the park with my little niece, etc. Definitely not something I’d wear to work or on a date or someplace “nice”.
    But I stand by my teeth comment Gross teeth are a total turn off and gives the impression that the guy just doesn’t care about personal hygiene or dental health.
     
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    -cuffed jeans
    -puns
    -finger guns, peace signs, chaka brah