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There's a joke ... Q: "What's the difference between a straight and gay guy?"

A: "A few beers!"

LOTS of guys know that the "joke" contains an element of truth! But, most guys
don't relate to the stereotypes of the term "GAY" at all, because it has "UNmasculine"
stigmas inferred by the mere use. However, studies show that a whopping +60% of
men regularly experience same-gender attractions {SGA}! That's a MAJORITY; -and
that fact is why so many men relate to the joke above (at least regarding
lowered inhibitions that favor M2M affection). The gay-male community doesn't
"get it", though; -made obvious by their attempt to introduce the disrespect of AnalSex
and/ genderphuck into the mix (Luv'n a bro has NOTHING to do with either
guy "playing a b1tch"!)!
There is a men's movement for guys who are warm on their buds, and DON'T relate to

G0YS (Spelled w. a ZER0). See Related Links!

G0YS generally don't promote intoxication. However, people make their own
choices; -and the party-mentality is among them. Knowing this, plus the fact that
+60% of guys would love to get close/cuddly to a favored buddy; -This group was
made as a support area for guys who may be questioning their self-identity after
having such an experience, and for those who want to make it happen again or more

There's nothing wrong
with doing the naked nuzzle and going C2C (d1ckfight/FR0T) w. a Buddy! 

3000+ years of history has made it clear that the best friends bond at the balls
-making them closer than brothers. It's a guy-thing (not a gay thing). 
Once you understand the difference called "g0y" (spelled with a zer0), you can take steps to help your
buddy understand too!

By imbibing, he may even subconsciously want you to take the

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