LGBT A Question

Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by Carrots, Mar 13, 2006.

  1. Carrots

    Carrots New Member

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    Hullo, Closet!

    What's the proper way to deal with romantic advances from someone of the wrong sex/gender? I'm too shy to say "Sorry, wrong equippment," but, uhhh... :ugh:
     
  2. MapleLeaf

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    Basically you just need to be very polite and respectful of their feelings and tell them that you are sorry, but you are not attracted to them. Perhaps you are confused because I am actually attracted to male/female (whatever the case may be)
     
  3. CoCo

    CoCo ...is a Queer Don!! OT Supporter

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    ...any way is fine, as long as you are not being mean. And if you still have concerns, refer to ML's answer.
     
  4. RyRy

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    +1
     
  5. Sam Gamgee

    Sam Gamgee Every tool is a weapon if you hold it right. OT Supporter

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    I usually just say, "thanks, but I'm gay so if you know any nice single men, I'd be a bit more interested"
     
  6. NOVAJock

    NOVAJock Modded & Underrated

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    1. I like you, but I'm gay and not attracted to you in the same way.

    2. I'm honored, but there's actually someone else that I'm interested in and hoping that something develops.
     

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