'Hip hop' is getting gayer and gayer

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The flamboyant gay caricature we're used to on TV accounts for a fraction of gays irl. Most of them appear straight to the observer, and many make efforts to avoid the flamboyant caricature of popular culture as amate; they want a man that feels like a man.

Gay men are simultaneously subject to traditional male and female 'challenges'.

The way they talk is the most obvious sign. Even if they appear 'straight' they almost always have this gay-ish way of talking.
 

VixR

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The way they talk is the most obvious sign. Even if they appear 'straight' they almost always have this gay-ish way of talking.
Nah.

Suugoscience.

The reason gay men are more fit, physique-obsessed, and gym-ratty than their hetereo male counterparts is because their masculinity still very much has a preference for the young and virile.

The way they appeal to other gay men is the same way women appeal to hetereo men; the hottest women are in highest 'demand', and in that same vein, with gay men, it's their masculinity, youth and muscle that has the highest sex appeal to other gay men.
 

VixR

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Actual science. There's a thing called ''sociolect''. People of similar social backgrounds start speaking a certain way. Gay men don't sound like straight men. There's always something off about the way they speak.
That's not true at all.

You're not talking about Joe-Schmoe gay, the average homosexual, you're talking about the 1% flamboyant gay.

Not to mention, the inflections in the voice a flamboyant are there even though they grew up in a straight family and prior to their entrance into "gay community". Their flamboyance is even noted in childhood and adolescence, in their case.
 
People really don't get it. it's a obvious marketing strategy by these rappers. Views, clicks and plays create the bottom line, lacaag.

Now, is it unethical to do it, most likely but people do shit they dont want to because of fame and attention. Its sad that straight men use these strategies to fill the void of talent to make them "hot".

Wallahi, i had enough of these fake flamboyant rappers giving us trash, but yet people give them enough attention so they can keep going:mjcry:
 
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