Straight people are normally too afraid to ask any LGBT-related questions, which often leads to a host of misconceptions concerning the LGBT community.
In order to put an end to some false impressions, a few of you reading this might have, let's take a look at some answers to LGBT questions many straight people have been too nervous to ask up until now.
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Answer: The general answer given by everyone asked is that they (the women in question) are not dressing that way to seem manly; it is simply the way they dress for comfort. It is not that they are trying to be "butch", they are just not conforming to stereotypical femininity. (Source: Reddit community members)
Answer: - The pflagatl.org website has the following information regarding transgender people: "Gender identity is an internal sense of being male or female [and] [g]ender expression describes how a person communicates gender through personal appearance, mannerisms, etc. Transgender persons are those whose gender identity and/or expression differs from conventional expectations for their physical sex. Many scientists believe that gender identity is rooted in complex, biological factors."
Answer: - An anonymous lesbian woman had this to say in response to the above question: "I'm a lesbian; however, I do find lots of men attractive, but not in a sexual sense. I have once heard a few other lesbian ladies stating that "looking at an attractive guy is like looking at a piece of art; you can see how lovely it is but you wouldn't buy it and hang it in your home". This is exactly the way I feel."(Source: Reddit community members)
Best Answer: - A gay man who wishes to remain anonymous had this to say in answer to the above mentioned: "As a valued friend and fellow online forum contributor once said about eccentric gays in response to a similar question, "they neither hurt nor help the community. They simply just belong to the community." This is the view I share as well, as a proud gay man. No stereotypical views about someone can change this view." (Source: Reddit community members)
Answer: The final verdict reached on this one is that gay men do not find 'female parts' gross but that they do not find them to be particularly appealing either. Also since they (female parts) are attached to women, many gay men admitted to not even thinking about them at all. (Source: Reddit community members)
Answer 1: Gay Chevara: "Probably around 11 years old or so when I would get crushes on male friends of mine. It would get increasingly awkward because I felt a special attraction to certain male friends of mine, but never felt any attraction towards girls except to acknowledge that some girls looked nicer than others, but there was no sexual desire or inclination to "make a move" on them".
Answer2: Aslan WRP: "I was very young when I can remember my first "feelings" but didn't have a vocabulary or framework to describe it. It wasn't until I was in my teens that I began to experiment and had my first actual experience. I know it was just the "normal" boy-to-boy curiosity for them [but] to me, it was emotional and so fulfilling."