Honestly, I would probably punch the tootsie roll in the head and teach "it" a lesson.
I don't like it when someone of the same sex fancies my ass and has thoughts of well you get the idea. I love my women and man the thought of another man wanting to phuck me in the ass because "it" likes men is grounds for a good beating in my book. Anyone else feel the same if they were a strait male of some homosexual wanted to put the moves on you?
Most Helpful Girl
You're complexed and sick in the head for proning violence. You have the right not to like it and accept it, but you can simply discard the advance and tell them that you're not interested, unless they force themselves on you, which is sexual harassment.
Homosexuals know better not to approach a homophobic person, you're detected from a distance so much the bad vibes and hatred can be felt.
Personally, anyone who takes a liking in me I find it flattering and appreciate it, no matter who they are, doesn't mean I have to accept it.2
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Most Helpful Guy
Why all the hostility? Punching someone, that showed some attraction to you? Really?
Dude, just relax!! How do you know he wants to do anything to your ass, as most gay men don't do anal sex?
Besides, how do you know that the other, 'Gay' guys, at work, or that see you at the gym, and you don't even know that they are gay, aren't going home and getting off, thinking about you, in the shower?
You DON'T KNOW, and how are you hurt by that?
I've had openly 'gay' guys ask me to go out for a drink, and I smile, at the compliment, and say I'm not gay. Two have just laughed it off, and said we should still get a drink and be friends!
There is nothing 'WRONG' with being gay, or bi, or trans, except the close-minded perceptions of people who hate them, without ever knowing them!
They are the same people you know, and so what if one is gay? I say I'm not, and he isn't going to attack me, or anything like some stupid stereotypes!
Meet a few people that are totally different than you, and get to know them, and realize that skin color, sexual preference, and even political affiliation won't stop you from being friends, if you just meet, and talk, and see how similar you are, and how you are more alike, than different!1