I look forward to the rest of your exhibit, Marceau. The explanation here was beautiful. I treasure knowing you.
In my through investigations and observations.....
Women at a male strip show have great fun...yelling, jumping up and down, whistling, hooting and rushing to jam their dollars in the thongs of a muscle gods.
This same reaction is prevalent at men on men strips shows too. Gay boys just whoop it up watching strippers.
Meanwhile, when str8 men are at a female strip show, one could hear a pin drop as they all just sit there in stupors trying to imagine what having sex with her would be like. They don't seem to be having any fun at all. Completely internalized.
To me the extremely different behaviors between the two heterosexual genders pretty much sums it all up.....str8 men are from Mars....Women are from Venus.
The funny thing is that there is more female nudity than male nudity.. Women love to yelly whistle and scream at the good looking guys with e nice body and god looks but when a guy is ugly he gets verbal and physical bused for it.
https://www.facebook.com/somethingdifferenthumboldt is the page if you want to stay up to date with us.
Fetish nite was fun at the Siren's, but there is acually a very real group that follows in tradition of the Impropriety Society. Something Different Humboldt can be found on Facebook, they serve the sex possitive community and they throw some spectacular parties, and in no way are they vanilla! This crew really knows how to throw a sexy event for adults. There was a DJ, dancing, dungeon, cuddle spaces, smoking hot performances, and a skilled crew of volunteers to assist all your needs. There were a lot of people getting down, and the food was delicious.
That's my little girl :)
Now that str8 men have become so vain and watched a few episodes of Queer Eye For The Straight Guy they often become as shallow as the rest of this superficial culture.
No doubt some of the strippers are gay but I'm willing to bet that most are not.
Egotists, yes. Job requirement. That certainly isn't just a gay thing....although it must be a tough time to be a younger man these days. The ideal being portrayed is something few can obtain.
Women are still not paid nor treated equal to men but at least in the shallow world of fashion and advertising men have achieved parity with the unrealistic portrayal of females.
When it comes down to it....I would prefer going to a gay male strip show anyway. All the cards are laid right out on the table. No one is trying to fool anyone.
Interesting comment "Mr. Geezer" since I assume at least 50% of these well-cared for men are gay.
Any time I have tried to attend one of these fun filled, crotch thrusting bacchanals I have been turned away at the door....because I'm a man.
No doubt in my mind there would be lawsuits if the situation were reversed to a female being forbidden entrance to any event.
What's the problem?
My dollar bills spend just like the rest.
There's also a real, live play party the next night from Something Different Productions! Find us on Facebook for details!
Wilhelmina W. Witchiepoo (H R puffinstuff) isn't not what one would call a "mega" villain so my next thought is khan, as in wrath of, but thats likely also not the genre in question here.
so i best redirect my thoughts to super hero then. does anyone else remember "the greatest american hero"
My favorite super hero is Batman! !!
Super Hero = Batman, Megavillian = Dr.Doom
Rainbow Brite will always hold a special place in my heart.
Wonder Woman is my fav! Batman Schmatman!
I'd love to win these tickets for a couple of teenagers who wanna come to the game!
My super hero is Jeneral Ms. Chief, founder of HRD.
But I already have a ticket so pass it on to someone else!
why show bad cinema when revivals of good movies would illustrate
the importance of he Moving Picture in our culture.
List ten movies you remember vividly-get you r friends to list--compare
Gone Girl turns to literally unbelievable crap. Save your money, ignore the reviews, and worry -- a lot -- about what has happened to average intelligence.
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