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  1. Colossus
    January 25, 2020

    Simple!
    Men feel they are biologically wired to hunt for a mate, no matter the circumstances or negative answers they get, they must be persistent and the reward is a rump in the sack.

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  2. Pete
    January 25, 2020

    Even if you know the person is gay/bi, if he says no, let him be. The persistence irks me and smacks of entitlement.

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  3. Loki
    January 25, 2020

    The same goes to dem straight folks. My straight cousin keeps pestering me to hav sex with a girl, says it’ll make me straight. I feel like slapping him wen he says dat cause d thought of a naked girl sickens me to d core. I wonda where people got dis mentality from

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  4. Black Dynasty
    January 25, 2020

    Louder please.

    When i hear people say they converted a straight guy, i find it genuinely amusing as I know this one is just feeding his ego.

    Most stories of “conversions” are filled with sexual harassment, sexual assault & even down right rape as most times it is against their will or their desperation is used as a means of coercion. Things that the same people would detest if done to them against their will by women or men they were not attracted to.

    Conversion is BS tbh, yet to see one gay man who’s been converted, ergo it cannot happen for a str8 guy.

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  5. flexsterous
    January 26, 2020

    black dynasty exactly. it’s disgusting and insulting to think you know what goes on in someone else’s head more than they do, I’ve had girls throw themselves at me, and I’ve seen women who are physically stunning who I can’t help but stare at, like I would the sunset (i.e Genevieve Nnaji) but I’ve never been sexually attracted to any. so to then turn around and tell a man that “he should try being gay” like it’s a choice is something I can’t wrap my head around. why would I chase a guy who isn’t as attracted to men as I am? instead of one whose dick springs to life at my touch

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  6. BRYAN PETERS
    January 26, 2020

    Some Sunday morning Gospel truth.

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  7. Good adé
    January 26, 2020

    well PP you asked a question ,”why gay men have to second-guess his straightness” . well I think it is the man’s nature to do the hunting I.e convince the other party why he should be loved, straight or gay.
    another thing that can fuel is decisions to keep persisting is probably the stories of gay men turning straight men. I mean come on, we are all quere and we know it takes some of us to try it to believe it but for the record I am not in support of this Richie guy’s action .

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    • Pink Panther
      January 27, 2020

      “we are all queer and we know it takes some of us to try it to believe it”???

      Were you being sarcastic here or serious?

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  8. Bubu
    January 29, 2020

    Simple…I so love this,guys parading themselves as conversion professionals…I see that as the straight guy using wat he has to get wat he wants…

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