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15… terrible things to say on your bio

So little time, so many men. What we say on those three little lines is much more revealing than we know. And, boy, do plenty get it wrong. Recognise any of these howlers?

The Guyliner

Can’ t mistake my bio-logy

01. Not into fems/queens/ camp guys.

It feels like the masc4masc movement is the final frontier sometimes. It’s quite depressing. Obviously there are plenty of non-camp guys out there, and if it’s not a turn-on for you then no worries, but have you ever noticed that NOBODY ever says “No butch/ masc/manly/ bro-type dudes”. Do we need to say we’re not into these guys? Do we want men looking at our profiles to feel ashamed of who they are and start to question whether it makes them attractive or not? Spoiler: no we fucking don’t.

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