Straight Women, Gay Men Friendships

Friday, July 16, 2010



Sometime last year, one of my longtime blogging friends, Linda, asked me something in one of her comments that I’ve been meaning to post about, but have never gotten around to doing.

She asked (something to the effect), “Why is it that a lot straight women find it so easy to be open and free with gay men?"

And she’s not the first woman to ask me that question, because throughout my life other women have mentioned the same thing.

Now I can only answer that from a gay mans’ perspective by saying that I think one of the main reasons is simply because we’re gay, and there is a certain freedom in being more open when there is the absence of anything sexual.

I also think most gay men connect on a deep emotional level with women, therefore can relate to how a woman feels, so it makes it easy for us to communicate with one another.

As a gay man, I see and appreciate the beauty of women, both physically and intellectually. And that comes from place of being neutral. A place of utmost respect.

Most of my closest friends are women (both straight and gay). And ironically, straight men not gay men, because gay men will often experience the same sexual tension with other gay men that straight men and straight women sometimes do.

I’ve often heard many women say, “I enjoy having gay men friends because it’s like having a girl friend in a boy friend.”

So, maybe that’s it. That's the reason.

Straight women and gay men friendships are like a sister-brotherhood in one.

It's a bond like no other.

All I know is that I adore women.

And am so grateful for the friendships I have with them.


Thank you, ladies!




Have a faaaaaabulous weekend everyone!

X

54 Comments:

  1. You're are right about the sexuality. My gay male friends are not after my ass (well, when I was younger). So while they may have noticed I was a stunner, a fox, there was no hard to hide sniffing for that telltale pheromone. And, depending on the gay man involved (is everyone nice?), there is a sympatia there.
    But all that being said, gay or straight, people are people, so being one or the other might not make you a pleasure to spend time with. Oy. Have I got stories (said with a Yiddish accent!) oy. vey iss mere.

  1. HermanTurnip said...:

    As a straight, happily married man with a newborn, I have no problems with alternative lifestyles. Heck, *before* I was married I just didn't care. It's all about being comfortable with who you are. People are people, and you have to judge each person on an individual basis. That's how we get along. Working of people and being friends with people of every persuasion really opens your eyes to how unique we all really are. It's all good.

    As for women, even us married guys get stumped every once in a while ;-) Heh...

  1. Leesa said...:

    Awwww...

    Funny about this post, Ron... I often think of this and I REALLLLLY miss my guy friends in San Diego!! about 85-90% of my 'guy' friends in San Diego are gay... It's exactly what you said on your blog - PLUS-- we women know that we don't have to have a potentially 'intimate' relationship- just one based on pure friendship - like with our girl friends-- and I felt that my gay male friends could relate better to me than my straight guy friends.
    I really wish that I had more gay friends here-- it's one of the things I miss most about living in San Diego... Also, I lived right next to the gay community in San Diego - Hillcrest- so it was VERY easy for me to access-- I went to one club - called the Brass Rail - on Latin nights every weekend b/c my friend- Andy and I both loved Latin men... hehehe!
    Thanks for this post.. It brings back some nice memories of my friends in SD!
    Have a marvy weekend!
    Hugs,
    Leese

  1. Mel said...:

    Yes. Yes and yes.

    And if I might add--the absence of competition. Even if they might not want to admit it....that's a piece of it.

    Actually, I do better with males because of the absence of emotional 'stuff'. LOL Go figure. Works for me.
    I prefer to do facts over feelings any given day of the week.

  1. Lora said...:

    Thank YOU!!

    I am a lover of gay men, as you know first hand!
    The comfort level for me has everything to do that gay men and straight women are not in competition for anything at anytime. We are equals in so many different ways and we aren't after the same thing so our souls can connect at the rawest level possible.

    It's pretty damned amazing

  1. Anndi said...:

    And we adore you.

  1. Akelamalu said...:

    A woman can go shopping with a gay man and have a good time, straight men just moan all the time if one insists they go shopping! LOL

    Good post Ron. x

  1. Poindexter said...:

    well said!

    Here's my 2-cents, uninvited, I realize.

    As a gay female, I find that I'm more comfortable hanging out with gay men than straight men (unless I know them well). There's just an uncomfortable vibe sometimes with straight men that makes me a little nervous.

    And I'd prefer just not to have to deal with it. You know? But then, this makes me curious, do you ever get that feeling from straight women?

  1. Ron said...:

    Oh Grandmother Crone....you are HYSTERICAL!

    "So while they may have noticed I was a stunner, a fox, there was no hard to hide sniffing for that telltale pheromone."

    Bwhahahahahahahahahaha!

    And yes....I bet you've got some GREAT stories - OY!

    Hope you know how happy I am to have met you. You're a GEM!

    Thank you for stopping by, dear lady!

    Have a FABU weekend.....X

  1. Ron said...:

    Gooooood Morning Herman~

    "I have no problems with alternative lifestyles. Heck, *before* I was married I just didn't care. It's all about being comfortable with who you are."

    Thank you for sharing that. I could tell from the moment I met you, you felt that way.

    My brother says the same thing. He has no problem because he knows what he is and never feels uncomfortable about being around people of various lifestyles.

    "Working of people and being friends with people of every persuasion really opens your eyes to how unique we all really are. It's all good."

    Thank you, Herman!

    Always a pleasure seeing ya, my friend!

    Have a super weekend...X

  1. Ron said...:

    Bonjour Leesa~

    "we women know that we don't have to have a potentially 'intimate' relationship- just one based on pure friendship - like with our girl friends--"

    Yes...I SO agree!

    "I really wish that I had more gay friends here-- it's one of the things I miss most about living in San Diego..."

    I'm surprised living in France you wouldn't. I guess I'm thinking that because Europe seems to be more open and free when it comes to alternative lifestyles, you'd have many more places to connect.

    "I went to one club - called the Brass Rail - on Latin nights every weekend b/c my friend- Andy and I both loved Latin men... hehehe!"

    Me too! (and also, Italian) - HA!

    As always, I so enjoy sharing with you through our comments, my friend!

    Thank you for stopping by!

    Have a marvi weekend.......X

  1. Ron said...:

    Gooooood Morning Mel~

    "And if I might add--the absence of competition. Even if they might not want to admit it....that's a piece of it.'

    Yes, I've heard my mother share the same thing. And it can sometimes be the same between men too.

    "Actually, I do better with males because of the absence of emotional 'stuff'. LOL Go figure. Works for me."

    Hey, whatever works, works!

    Thanks a bunch for stopping by, dear lady!

    Always a joy sharing with ya!

    Have a super weekend.

    X to you and the bug!

  1. Ron said...:

    Good Morning Lora~

    "I am a lover of gay men, as you know first hand!"

    Yes, I know we've talked about this with one another in person.

    "We are equals in so many different ways and we aren't after the same thing so our souls can connect at the rawest level possible."

    AWESOME way to say it! And I sooooooooo agree!

    Thank you so much for stopping by and sharing on this post, neighbor!

    Much appreciated and enjoyed!

    Have a FABU weekend.......X

  1. Ron said...:

    Hellooooooooooo Anndi!!!!

    OMG....it's soooooooo great to see ya, twin!

    (((( Anndi )))))

    Thanks oddles for stopping by!

    Hope you're enjoying a great summer!

    X to you and Chicklet!

  1. Ron said...:

    Good Morning Akelamalu~

    "A woman can go shopping with a gay man and have a good time, straight men just moan all the time if one insists they go shopping!"

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! Too funny!

    Thank you for stopping by, m'dear!

    Always a delight!

    Have a great weekend....X

  1. Just stumbled on your blog, going to look around after this comment but I had to stop and put in my two-cents worth (I am famous for that you will see).

    I have a few male gay friends that I absolutely adore. I would much rather spend time with them than some of the straight guys I know (I am married yes). I think it has a lot to do with empathy and we women love empathy and gay men are not afraid to show it.

    And now I will go 'nose' around...Have a great day!

  1. Ron said...:

    Good Morning Diane~

    Your 2-cents is ALWAYS invited and welcomed!

    "As a gay female, I find that I'm more comfortable hanging out with gay men than straight men (unless I know them well)."

    Yes, I've heard several of my gay women friends share the same feeling.

    "this makes me curious, do you ever get that feeling from straight women?"

    No, I haven't. The straight women that I meet are very tentative about respecting boundries.

    Thank you so much for stopping by and sharing on this post, my friend!

    You've added much!

    Have wonderful weekend.....X

  1. Ron said...:

    Greetings Finally Getting to Even~

    Welcome! Thank you for stopping by and sharing your two-cents worth. It's so nice to meet you!

    "I think it has a lot to do with empathy and we women love empathy and gay men are not afraid to show it."

    Yup...it goes back to what I shared in saying that I believe we "connect" on a very deep level of understanding how we feel, and yes, not being afraid to express it.

    Thanks again for stopping by. Please feel free to drop by anytime.

    Have a day....X

  1. pegbur7 said...:

    I love that you posted this. I have always said that every straight woman needs a great gay boyfriend. I agree with a lot of what people have said in their comments about lack of competition, more openess of emotions, shopping, etc., but the one I don't agree with is the one about intimacy. I think women and men, and much more so women and gay men can have a VERY intimate relationship (just not sexual intimacy) in that you have all that sexual tension out of the way and you can connect on a much deeper intimate level than you can with straight men or women. It's almost like you've stripped away all the barriers and can just be "yourself" without worrying about all those boundaries you have to put up with straight men and other women and you're not worried about backstabbing or how you look, etc. You can just be YOU. Does that make sense?

  1. CrystalChick said...:

    I've always been able to be friendly with men and women, whether they were single, married, straight, gay, with children or without. To me, I just love people in general. But my hubby has said that he doesn't really think straight men and women can be close friends because the chance of something personal happening is higher. I don't really agree atleast not in all circumstances anyway. But he is a Scorpio afterall, and does have some jealousy issues. LOL But what you said about gay men being able to connect on a deeper emotional level is probably key for many friendships like that. You certainly are very kind, complimentary, and have a great sense of humor so I can see why you have many friendships with women.
    I know that I am glad to have gotten to know you thru our blogs.
    Have a wonderful weekend. :) xo

  1. Ron said...:

    Hellooooooooo Peg~

    "Does that make sense?"

    Yes, absolutely!

    And I agree with what you shared about intimacy too because straight women and gay men DO share intimate relations. Deeper than anything sexual. I also believe that straight men and straight women can share that same type of intimacy. Some couples seem to have such a STRONG friendship bond (as with you and hubby)as well as a sexual relationship.

    I think you said exactly what I am saying with this post....

    "It's almost like you've stripped away all the barriers and can just be "yourself" without worrying about all those boundaries you have to put up."

    Thank you, Peg. For your comment and for your friendship!

    Have a wonderful weekend!

    X

  1. Ron said...:

    Hello Crystal Chick~

    "I've always been able to be friendly with men and women, whether they were single, married, straight, gay, with children or without. To me, I just love people in general."

    Oh, I know you do. I could tell that from the second I met you. That's why I think we connected so quickly - you're so incredible open!

    " my hubby has said that he doesn't really think straight men and women can be close friends because the chance of something personal happening is higher."

    I've heard other men share the same thing, but I have to agree with you...

    "at least not in all circumstances anyway."

    They are exceptions.

    "I know that I am glad to have gotten to know you thru our blogs."

    And I feel the SAME WAY about you!

    Thank you for sharing your thoughts and feelings on this post, M. You always add MUCH!

    Have a super weekend, neighbor!

    X

  1. DrSoosie said...:

    Well I am not sure it is because you are gay or just a great guy but I love having you as my new friend. I do have a wonderful close friend who is gay named Brian and I do find it so easy to be intimate and real with him about everything. I alos have a lot of gay men in my practice and I have to say I always enjoy their company. So who knows why and who needs to question it...I am just grateful to find wonderful people no matter what their sexual orientation!

  1. SuziCate said...:

    Ron, you forgot tomention that gay men are just plain fun! They're not afraid to act silly...at least the ones I know. And yes, it is the sensitivity thing that connects us. And they usually have good fashion sense and are able to telly your butt looks big in that dress without hurting your feelings! And you can trust their suggestions on fashion and know there are no ulterior motives( like they really want you you to look like crap!) You rock, Ron!

  1. v said...:

    hmmm, i don't know any gay men, with the exception of you, so i have no experience or a clue.

    gay/straight - doesn't matter to me, just treat me right. :)

    and i so want you in our girlfriend group very soon. not because you're gay, but because YOU ARE RON. a funny and fun-loving guy. that's what matters to me most.

  1. "We are equals in so many different ways and we aren't after the same thing so our souls can connect at the rawest level possible."
    THIS IS PROFOUND. The rawest of levels. wow. that stops thought for a second.
    One another note - I am also glad we met, I feel the same as you do.
    Can I be an e-mail order friend? You're fab.

  1. Jimmy said...:

    Gay, Straight, Male, Female, everyone is the same but so much different, Coming from a straight mans point of view I like what Akelamalu said...

    "A woman can go shopping with a gay man and have a good time, straight men just moan all the time if one insists they go shopping!"

    Now on the same token if a straight man goes shopping with a gay man is that like shopping with a woman and will we moan all the time, and if a tree falls in the forrest...sorry steering off subject here :)

    Seriously I know there is a big difference when it somes to sexual preference but in my opinion in makes no difference when it comes to friendship.

    Now with that said Ron if you and Cindy want to go shopping together it's OK with me, I just may tag along and whine every once in a while so yall can laugh at me.

    Good Post Buddy

  1. Ron said...:

    Gooooood Evening Susie~

    "I do have a wonderful close friend who is gay named Brian and I do find it so easy to be intimate and real with him about everything."

    And I bet he cherishes you as a dear friend!

    I know I mentioned this before in either a comment or email, that I instantly felt a connection to you.

    "So who knows why and who needs to question it...I am just grateful to find wonderful people no matter what their sexual orientation!"

    Amen!

    Thank you for stopping by and sharing, dear lady!

    ALWAYS enjoyed!

    Have beautiful weekend.....X

  1. Ron said...:

    Good Evening SuzieCate~

    "They're not afraid to act silly...at least the ones I know."

    You are soooooooooooo right! I had a very close friend in Florida who use to tell that EXACT same thing. She and I would act like silly while shopping together in Target; laughing and giggling like two little kids!

    "And they usually have good fashion sense and are able to telly your butt looks big in that dress without hurting your feelings!"

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA...and that same friend use to tell me the SAME thing. She use to say, "I know you'll be honest with me when I go shopping for clothes."

    Thanks so much for stopping by today, SuzieCate!

    YOU, rock!

    Have a wonderful time on your vacation. You'll be missed!

    X

  1. Ron said...:

    Good Evening Val~

    "gay/straight - doesn't matter to me, just treat me right."

    Amen, girl!

    "and i so want you in our girlfriend group very soon."

    Yes, absolutely! We can have a night of facials and pedicures.

    HHAHAHAHAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHA!

    Thanks for stopping and for your sweet words.

    Have a great weekend!

    X ya!

  1. Ron said...:

    Hello again Grandmother Crone~

    "The rawest of levels. wow. that stops thought for a second."

    Yes, it sure does! Lora is an awesome lady who I throughly enjoy getting together with for lunch and having GREAT conversations. Please stop by her blog if you have the chance. It's great!

    "Can I be an e-mail order friend?"

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA....you are TOOOO funny!

    I have a feeling one of these days we'll meet in person. And I look forward to it!

    X

  1. Ron said...:

    Good Evening Jimmy~

    "Now on the same token if a straight man goes shopping with a gay man is that like shopping with a woman and will we moan all the time, and if a tree falls in the forrest...sorry steering off subject here."

    Bwhahahahahahhahahaha....OMG, that made me laugh my ass off!

    "Gay, Straight, Male, Female, everyone is the same but so much different."

    Yes, I feel the same way. We ARE the same, but ALSO different. I enjoy our differences because it gives us the chance to view and feel something different instead of all being the same.

    "if you and Cindy want to go shopping together it's OK with me, I just may tag along and whine every once in a while so yall can laugh at me."

    HAHAHAHAHHAHA...yes, that would be a HOOT!

    Thanks so much for stopping by and sharing on this post, buddy!

    You're such a COOL human being. So grateful to have met you!

    Have a super weekend!

    X to you and Cindy!

  1. kkrige said...:

    Ron, I have floundered with something witty, smart or earth-shattering to say, so I will just leave it that I am glad I found you in blogland. You are fun, sensitive, hilarious, and just a joy to read. The fact that you are gay might make a difference, but I think I would like you regardless of if you were into ... whatever! Have a stellar weekend and I hope you are recovering nicely.

  1. Ron said...:

    Good Evening Katherine~

    OMG...I was just thinking of you this evening and planning on stopping by your blog to catch up on your posts. I hope you had a wonderful time on your camping trip!

    Thank you, dearest lady!

    You're words touched me deeply.

    And ditto to you.

    "I am glad I found you in blogland."

    (((( X ))))

    Have a stellar weekend!

  1. Aw, Ron! I love you.

    What an eloquent and beautiful post. You summed it all up so well.

    I am proud to call you my friend, even tho we've never met.

  1. Ron said...:

    Good Morning JD~

    OMG...I just this second got online and saw that you had posted and was going to stop by after I checked my comments, and THERE you were!

    "I am proud to call you my friend, even tho we've never met."

    Ditto, girl!

    And who knows....we MAY just meet one day!

    Thanks for stopping by, JD!

    Hope you're enjoying a great weekend!

    X

  1. tattytiara said...:

    Even when you know there's no chance of a relationship happening with someone you are technically sexually compatible with, their perception of you as attractive or not is always relevant. Eg yeah he's married and my husband's best friend and he's not my type at all anyway, but he's heterosexual and I'm a woman and if he doesn't find me attractive can I be sure it's not because I'm just not attractive? Ain't none of that nonsense when one of you is gay and the other one isn't, and of course it's always awesome to have someone that can completely appreciate your perspective on your romantic partners - both actual and perspective - without having any concern about conflict of interest.

    Total best of both worlds.

  1. Ron said...:

    Good Evening Tattytiara~

    Soooooooo great seeing you!

    "and if he doesn't find me attractive can I be sure it's not because I'm just not attractive?"

    Great point you brought up and I never even thought of that.

    "Ain't none of that nonsense when one of you is gay and the other one isn't....."

    You're right...total best of both worlds!

    Thanks for stopping by and sharing on this post.

    Hope you're having a super weekend!

    X

  1. Jeff B said...:

    I worked with and became good friends with a lesbian back in California. I remember standing on a corner with her one day people watching when I looked over and said, "Hey, I just realized we're both checking out the girl over there!"

    We both roared with laughter as she replied, "Yep, she's hot."

    We had a great relationship. No sexual tension between us to get in the way.

    Funny though, I've had several relationships with women that were merely friendly ones. I guess I'm one of the rare men who can actually have a woman as a friend without feeling the need to make it intimate.

  1. Ron said...:

    Howdy Jeff~

    "when I looked over and said, "Hey, I just realized we're both checking out the girl over there!"

    We both roared with laughter as she replied, "Yep, she's hot."

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA...OMG, that's HYSTERICAL. And FABULOUS!

    "I've had several relationships with women that were merely friendly ones."

    Yes, I do believe that's possible, absolutely. And just from knowing you these past years, I can tell you're one of those men. You're also one of the coolest guys I know!

    Thanks so much for stopping by and sharing on this post, buddy!

    ALWAYS enjoyed!

    Hope you're having a great weekend and getting some much deserved rest.

    X

  1. I loved reading this post. I have experienced something similar with two gay friend men. Such a lovely bond! So deep of an understanding! Such a funny fight over a guy once... we both found the lad cute and wanted to flirt and "bring home the battle"!

    On another note, thank you ever so much for your encouraging comment dearest Ron! It means so so so much to me.. especially now!!! I, by no means, intend or ever intended to promote anorexia. I just posted as my life was. As it - unfortunately - looked. I am trying and actually succeeding in getting better... slowly. All love and encouragement is warmly welcomed. And you do give that to me. Lots and lots!

    A big sincere hug to you Ron! I have so much enjoyed getting to know you during these past few months. You seem like a guy I'd love to have as "a real life friend"! Gay friend, and proud of it;)

    (I shall continue blogging... Now I'm just taking a small break to relax ...and then I'll be back again with a smile and renewed energy!)

  1. Viv said...:

    RON! I loved reading this. I learned something that I don't think I would have had the courage to ask about. Working in the fashion industry- there are a LOT of gay men and straight women- we DO work and play well together, don't we?! I wish I had more gay men friends, I just couldn't really articulate why- other than that they would be fun to shop with.... not that H isn't fun- he just doesn't like to look at women's shoes!
    Thanks for such great insight Ron!
    Hope you're having a great weekend!
    viv

  1. Ron said...:

    Bonjour Susu~

    "Such a funny fight over a guy once... we both found the lad cute and wanted to flirt and "bring home the battle"!"

    HAHAHAHAHAHHAHAAHA....oh, that is so funny!

    I am sooooooooooo glad to hear that you will be continuing to blog because reading the comments on your last post by your readers, you would be SO missed!

    You GO, girl.....blog on!!!!

    I look forward to reading more of you.

    Thank you for stopping by and for your sweet words.

    Hope you're enjoying a beautiful weekend!

    (((( Susu ))))

    X

  1. Ron said...:

    Good afternoon Viv~

    "Working in the fashion industry- there are a LOT of gay men and straight women- we DO work and play well together, don't we?!"

    Yes, we do! And being someone who has been in the beauty industry for the past 26 years, most of the people I work with are women, so I totally relate to what you shared. I also work with some really awesome men (straigh and gay) who we work and play together famously too!

    "not that H isn't fun- he just doesn't like to look at women's shoes!"

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA....funny you mentioned shoes, because whenever the ladies I work with are picking out a new pair of shoes in the store I work at, they will always ask my opinion.

    Thanks so much for stopping by and sharing on this post, Viv!

    So enjoyed!

    Hope you're having a FABU weekend!

    X

  1. nitebyrd said...:

    I like your view of this, Ron. I do think that because the sexual aspect of the relationship isn't there but a gay man is still a man, women tend to find the friendship very rewarding.

    That you wrote about this is timely, for me, because I was reading an article about the same thing that made a "gay male friend" sound like the latest must have fashion accessory. I took umbrage to to it. You have a friend - gay, straight, bi - because you LIKE that person. Not because that person is helpful in picking out blouses!

  1. Ron said...:

    Good Morning Nitebyrd~

    "I do think that because the sexual aspect of the relationship isn't there but a gay man is still a man, women tend to find the friendship very rewarding."

    Me too, because it's the same way for the gay man - very rewarding.

    "I was reading an article about the same thing that made a "gay male friend" sound like the latest must have fashion accessory."

    "You have a friend - gay, straight, bi - because you LIKE that person. Not because that person is helpful in picking out blouses!"

    (((((( Nitebyrd ))))))

    Thanks for stopping by and sharing on this post. Sis!

    Always enjoyed!

    Hope you having a super Monday....X

  1. Spadoman said...:

    You know, I might be missing something, because I don't check into the sexual preferences of people. Really, in person I might because I know the person, but not on the blogs. For that matter, I sometimes wonder if people are really who and what they say they are on the internet. Someone with a male moniker might be female and vice versa, and they may or may not be gay/lesbian.
    Bottom line, I don't care. I don't start every paragraph with "I am hetero" or "I am gay"
    Anyway, I think most folks think sex and sex acts when talking about straight or gay or lesbian. Not everyone has sex and no one has sex with everyone they know!
    As a married man in his 60's, I find many women stay away (on the blogs) because I'm married. Some might stereotype as well because I am a Veteran.
    I have learned not to judge and i work hard at it.
    There is no reason that this is my first comment on your blog, after all, I have seen you at Mel's for more than a year and we've never communicated. Soanyway, just sayin'

    Peace.

  1. I think you are SPOT on correct in your assessment. I know I feel MUCH more comfortable and I am much more OPEN with my gay male friends, because there is absolutely NO possibility of any sexual tension!

    And, besides you guys are THE BEST to go shopping with!!

  1. Ron said...:

    Greetings Spadoman~

    Welcome! Hey...it's so great to see you. Yes, I see you over at Mel's and often find myself REALLY enjoying your comments, so thank you for stopping by.

    "I don't check into the sexual preferences of people. Really, in person I might because I know the person, but not on the blogs."

    Me neither, and quite frankly I don't care what someone’s’ sexual preferences is (in person or on blogs). However, there IS a uniqueness in the way many straight women and many gay men relate to one anothe. And that's really the point of this post....to share that uniqueness.

    Again, I thank you for stopping by and sharing on the post, Spadoman!

    How cool to finally meet you!

    Have a great evening!

    X

  1. Ron said...:

    Hello Meleah~

    "And, besides you guys are THE BEST to go shopping with!!"

    Especially during a one-day sale in the SHOE department!

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAAHA!

    Thanks for stopping by, girl! Hope you're enjoying those new PJ'S!

    X

  1. Barbara said...:

    Hi Ronnie,

    That is a subject worthy of long discussions over a glass of vino :)
    I know that if we lived in the Philly area, we would have been often talking or visiting each other. Don't forget bringing a buddy :) because I can't always leave my better half at home!

    I say that the woman has a friend that is both very man and very close to his feelings, and her gay friend a woman to share his feelings with.

    Great deal :)
    xo

  1. Ron said...:

    Bonjour Barbara~

    Yes, my dear...if we both lived in the Philly area OR France area, we would definitely be talking and visiting one another.

    *and Didier would be taking pictures of us!

    HA!

    "I say that the woman has a friend that is both very man and very close to his feelings, and her gay friend a woman to share his feelings with."

    BRAVA! Excellent deal!

    Thanks so much for stopping by, my friend!

    Always a delight!

    (((( Barb )))))

    xo

  1. Jen said...:

    I can't believe how many posts of yours that I've missed. This whole blog challenge has been the ruin of my blogging.
    I think you are right that a lot of gay men are just more sensitive to what is going on emotionally. And, let's face it. We women dig that. Thanks for being around.

  1. Ron said...:

    Hiya Jen~

    No worries, my friend. I totally understand you're being busy with the blog challenge and I think it's GREAT! I enjoy seeing you whenever you stop by.

    Awww....thanks for being around too. I so enjoy our friendship!

    Have a great weekend!

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