Do you notice any differences between fighting straight guys and fighting gay guys?

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Spruceman (48 platinum) 25 days ago

No more than 10 minutes after making my last post, a guy want pictures of my ass. Told him I don't have a 'butt-cam' installed in my toilet. However that might be the next craze in the plumbing/.home-improvement industry. Now what does my ass have to do with wrestling? I don't get crap like that from you straight guys.

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hephaestion2014 (63) 25 days ago

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To be fair, if I'm going to knock a guy down on his ass, I want to know he'll be cushioned.

Yeah, I get what you're saying in all seriousness though.

It's not so much about sexuality but the person though. Generalizing scares me a little. I just take each person as they come. Whenever I've assumed anything I've always been wrong anyway.

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Spruceman (48 platinum) 25 days ago

Let's get real. Of the gays open enough to tell me why they don't want to take me on, it's primarily due to lack of sex appeal.

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Spruceman (48 platinum) 12/17/2017 5:17 AM

Straight, gay, whatever. The big problem is finding enough guys to wrestle/grapple with, unless you can/will pay the big bucks to go to a commercial facility, where there is the added benefit of classes..

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Spruceman (48 platinum) 12/14/2017 9:02 AM

I find the straight (mostly straight) guys (1) less likely to play cat and mouse games prior to committing to meet up; (2) more likely to want to have a go at it as soon as they arrive (3) usually more intense with holds, strikes, take downs, throws, whatever (4) care less about how you look, one's age, or about how fancy your house looks.

This is one area where I wish my fellow gay men could act more like the [mostly] straight guys would be like. Unfortunately my sample size is woefully too small to be able to project these findings to the general population at either the 1.64 or 1.96 sigma :) C'mon guys, take me on; so I have a sample size large enough to be able to draw some statistically significant conclusions

I'll take on just about any guy–gay, "straight," bi, a, post sexual–and one's looks, social and economic status, etc do not matter. Just be clean, safe, fun, and respect limits.

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Aerobicguy (5) 18 days ago

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More intense with strikes and holds as in more aggressive?

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punchorbepunched (0) 20 days ago

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on behalf of fags everywhere, I apologize for past bad behaviour of our cohorts. we can take a lesson from your observations.

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Spruceman (48 platinum) 20 days ago

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No need to apologize for anything. You need apologize for anything you might possibly have done against somebody. I noted above, the sample size is too small to draw any conclusions which could hold up to standard tests of statistical significance. It also makes no inferences how the historical mistreatment of the LGBT population could have created or exacerbated some of the type of behavior noted above

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punchorbepunched (0) 19 days ago

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I totally agree that reparations or compensation for past issues unrelated to you and a gay guy when mano a mano is inappropriate. I can't believe somebody tried to pull that on you?

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Spruceman (48 platinum) 12/14/2017 3:21 PM

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forgot an important #5 (5) More likely to show up

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socalwrest (36) 12/14/2017 3:16 PM

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I agree to this 100%. As someone who took BJJ classes, and was older than almost all in the class, it was amazing how much more open and willing to roll with you.

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CelticFire (8 gold) 11/18/2017 3:46 AM

Honestly? Not really.

I also tell any gay man I fight. I could care less what or who you put your dick into. You glove up with me, you have my respect.

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SFFight (44 platinum) 9/20/2017 11:01 PM

Oh yeah, the gay or straight has nothing to do with style, strength, skill, or aggressiveness. You find guys at all levels and abilities - gay or straight.

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MudFighterMel (0) 12/04/2017 8:56 PM

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totally agree! if you want to wrestle or fight and agree rules/limits etc then does it matter? not to me and most guys I know who like to wrestle and fight are not bothered either way it's the actual combat that matters!

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SFFight (44 platinum) 9/20/2017 10:59 PM

I am gay, and totally open to meeting guys if any persuasion. Everyone has their limits, and always adhere to whatever limits my opponent has. And my experience is that the straight guys I've meet on here have been the coolest. Where else can you find a straight guy who is perfectly fine with getting physical and invading personal space with a gay guy in a good grapple (whether it's erotic or not).

Don't judge it, celebrate it.

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Scot Grappler (4) 9/21/2017 10:50 AM

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Agree totally!

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Vanman (76 bronze) 9/20/2017 11:38 PM

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Thanks for that, but I don’t think coolest is right. Well it’s not for me anyway.

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SFFight (44 platinum) 9/21/2017 4:26 PM

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I didn't mean coolest in as a comparison I meant it as a descriptor. Not comparing them to anyone else.

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punchorbepunched (0) 9/20/2017 12:38 AM

Gay guys are more likely to engage in open hand slap to the face. Straight guys seem to not want to go there.

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Aerobicguy (5) 9/20/2017 6:23 AM

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Why do you think that is? And is that a good thing, a bad thing, or a neutral thing?

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punchorbepunched (0) 9/20/2017 6:45 AM

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As a gay guy I am biased; am always disappointed when a dude won't bitch slap with me. But as to why? Straight men who are into this sort of combat as a veiled sex act cannot admit to themselves they are actually gay and resist all temptations to "cross over" which includes bitch slapping.

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Scot Grappler (4) 9/13/2017 2:36 PM

I wrestle because I find it erotic - but when it comes to the actual fight it doesn't really matter (to me anyway) whether my opponent is sleight or gay. At the end of the match - well that is different but I will never make advanced to someone I know is not interested.

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Vanman (76 bronze) 9/15/2017 4:46 PM

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I find that I miss out on wrestling some guys because I'm straight, but that is their choice not mine.

Everyone I have wrestled from this site knows if you come to wrestle me then wrestle me. However as long as both guys are happy with the Bout does sexuality make any difference?

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Merseywrestle (20 gold) 9/11/2017 8:32 PM

To be honest if wrestling competatively there should be no difference wrestling either a straight or gay guy as the aim is to win or do your best. I have had some fantastic matches against straight guys.

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Aerobicguy (5) 9/11/2017 6:59 PM

Anyone?? No opinions?

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Aerobicguy (5) 9/05/2017 3:04 PM

Both in terms of the way they fight and in terms of the' dynamics' of the fights.

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