There will be some psuedo-sarcastic responses, see if you can pick them out
(1) Off top, anytime the man is the center of attention; it's obviously gay
(2) He is way to cute to be 'completely' straight
(3) He is way to hairless to be 'completely' straight
(4) The way she's topping him from behind: he's obviously wishes she had an erection to finish the job
(5) Straight men don't moan and gasp
Why is this?
Why is it that heterosexual men can not be the center of attention? When did gay men receive a monopoly on sensuality? Why does everyone's gaydar goes off when a man achieve a certain level of beauty? There are so many perceived indicators of orientation that many men withhold a great deal of themselves to prevent being labeled. Many men exchange their moans for annoying shit talk. Many men purposely fall short of being manicured. Many men repress their individuality to better blend into the background. Is that fair?
Now, before you comment me stupid, I do realize that all of the aforementioned characteristics are pretty big staples in gay culture. I just think that it should be challenged. I think we should redefine our masculinity by broadening our personal horizons. Could you imagine the direction the world could take if men were to be less restrained? Could you imagine how hip-hop would sound if they would lighten up on the machismo? What the next slam dunk contest would look like? I'm laughing just thinking about it...
It would be better for all parties involved if we got rid of the limitations. We should throw away the assumption that sucking dick gives us the power to express pleasure, take care of ourselves and dress nice. Or visa verse (try read that last sentence backwards LOL). I'm for a world with less pressure.
(For the record, I do think he's gay...or at least I hope so....)