Let me preface this by saying that I'm a straight-shooter type of person. I feel that the best results are accomplished when you say exactly what you mean. I appreciate people not beating around the bush.
However, does anyone else feel uncomfortable or just plain annoyed by excess? As someone who frequents the bear community, my example would have to be what I call "bear drag". The harnesses, jockstraps, paw print tattoos, "woof", etc. Right now I'm watching an otherwise hot porn but this one guy is just overdoing it in my opinion. It's like he researched every stereotype possible and decided to do it.
Another example from a while back was from my single days. I'm not gonna pretend I didn't engage in a lot of raunchy talk. I remember one time in particular, someone just crossed the line. I just found it so disgusting that my response was "I can't even think of something rude enough to say in response." Essentially, some guy had asked me to breed his boyfriend. The word "breed", the unsafe play, the extremely open nature of the relationship, and the fact that nothing about my pictures, profile, or the lack of any conversation beforehand suggested I'd be even remotely interested, etc. Then there's the guy who aggressively tried to cruise me late at night near a supermarket, in the middle of nowhere, when I didn't even look at him and was actually walking in the opposite direction.
I don't know. A part of me definitely finds it gross in general but that's neither here nor there. Adults, opinions, etc. I guess what does anger me is that there are so many stereotypes that I have to fight against when it comes to non-gays, that I don't need them to be reinforced with me. It's a lot easier to ignore it when it comes from someone straight as ignorance or prejudice but when you see it yourself?
This was a lot of rambling but I wanted to see what everyone thought. Do you ever feel like you have limits? Do you feel like there should be limits?