The Taiwanse "girl role guy role" couple?

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Postby rousseau » 18 Apr 2008, 03:44

Mother Theresa wrote:
TomHill wrote:
Mother Theresa wrote:
Dr. McCoy wrote:In porno, it's always simulated lesbian sex.


When does simulated sex become actual sex?


He said it is simulated lesbian sex. He means they ain't true gay. They are just actresses playing the part of lesbians.


Ah, I see. Just thesbians.

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Postby Battery9 » 18 Apr 2008, 07:59

Chewycorns wrote:
Dr. McCoy wrote:Lesbians tend to beat around the bush.


Yeah, they tend to beat where they eat.



Hahahahah......I guess where this thread is going can answer that 'why do tomboys act like jerky guys' question! They have no other role-models!!! :D
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The Taiwanse "girl role guy role" couple?

Postby Dangergyrl » 18 Feb 2010, 19:42

I don't know what else to all it but has everyone seen this. The teen to 20 something girl couple one dresses like a guy hat short hair manly clothes the other like a very feminine girl and they hang together, but I don't think they are lesbians? Anybody notice how common this is...a fad? :eh:
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Re: The Taiwanse "girl role guy role" couple?

Postby Paul Muskinbak » 18 Feb 2010, 21:10

I know the male half of one of the couples you describe, she is a lesbian.

I believe that her family don't know that the 'friend' she lives with is her partner.
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Re: The Taiwanse "girl role guy role" couple?

Postby Chris » 18 Feb 2010, 21:14

I've met three couples who fit this description here in Taiwan, and they are all lesbian couples.
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Re: The Taiwanse "girl role guy role" couple?

Postby douglas@taichungpaws.org » 18 Feb 2010, 21:53

Does it matter? What is a guy role and what is a girl role? Guys should have a job while girls should stay home and clean house? Why is this question important to you? Are you offended by people who are different than you? or are you curious about how you fit into that role? It sounds like you want us "readers" to criticise this situation, but I think the best answer to your question is to "live and let live".
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Re: The Taiwanse "girl role guy role" couple?

Postby Chris » 18 Feb 2010, 22:07

To me, the OP's question sounds like genuine curiosity, looking for insight into a cultural/social phenomenon that's different in Taiwan than at home, wherever that may be. No harm in that.
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Re: The Taiwanse "girl role guy role" couple?

Postby Dangergyrl » 18 Feb 2010, 22:19

To me, the OP's question sounds like genuine curiosity, looking for insight into a cultural/social phenomenon that's different in Taiwan than at home, wherever that may be. No harm in that.


That was all I meant because it seems like something new here and I see it very often. Most lesbian couples don't show their "role" in such a manner.
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Re: The Taiwanse "girl role guy role" couple?

Postby headhonchoII » 18 Feb 2010, 22:30

Lesbians, common sight in Taiwan.
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Re: The Taiwanse "girl role guy role" couple?

Postby tomthorne » 18 Feb 2010, 22:31

I can't find the thread where this was discussed before, but I seem to remember sandman making the pertinent point that often the person people think is a girl trying to look like a boy is actually a genuine Taiwanese teenage boy.

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