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WATCH: Gay men are asked if they’ve ever “turned” a straight guy

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You Can’t Ask That. Broadcast on ABC, the aim of the show is to offer insight into the lives of marginalized communities and break down stereotypes while answering the questions people are afraid to ask.This week, it featured a bunch of gay men answering questions.As one would expect on such a show, many of the questions played on stereotypical tropes and were shot down by those answering them.One of the questions was, “Have you ever turned a straight guy?”Some of those answering said they “hated” the question, and we can appreciate why.

It sort of plays into the idea of gay men as predators who are out to seduce others.Some said they didn’t like to have sex with anyone who identified as straight.Others said they had often encountered men who identified as “straight” in sex clubs and bathhouses.“They’re very scared, so like when you’re in the cubicle, they’re like really hiding behind the door when you come in,” said Theo from Melbourne. “I’m like ‘bitch, let me come in!

I can’t even open.’ They’re just so terrified someone’s going to see them.”Another says he’s had experiences with “straight guys”, but doesn’t believe he’s “turned” anyone: “I think they’ve always wanted to.”Some claim gay men are better at giving blow jobs.Another recounts how a man started shedding tears after they had sex because he was so happy to have finally done it with another guy.

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