What I've learned so far is that straight men are terrified of being looked at by *** men, even though they look at women in the same way all the time without regard for their comfort.
Actually, no, I haven't learned that at all, because the straight guys I know are much more secure in themselves than whatever representative of military men Alma has conjured up to support his position.
If straight men in the military are freaked out by the idea of knowing that they are serving with *** men (which apparently they already do know), then they need to grow up. 'S all I have to say about that.
So your argument is that the women who are freaked out about being sexually checked out at work, in the showers by men or in any other place needs to grow up?
You talk in large, convoluted circles. It takes multiple people forever to figure out what your point or position is, because you treat it as if it were a riddle or a secret. Then once they finally peg it down, you chide them for having wasted so much time-- a lot less time than you spend raveling these messy mysteries in the first place. But for you, it's all a game! Haha, those mortal fools!
Oh, really, please tell me what's so convoluted and circular about: "My argument is that not everyone who is against open sexuality in the military are bigots."
I've stated that multiple times......
Little did you realize (though I've said it to you outright?) that I only talk to you for my own amusement. So essentially, at best, you think you're the mastermind of this cat and mouse game, when in reality you're like the Wile E Coyote to my Roadrunner. More likely, you just don't know how to have a discussion like a mature adult.
lol, I never stated that I was in a cat and mouse game. That's another false argument that you created. You obviously felt like the mouse and decided to retaliate with "No YOU ARE!!!"... If I'm having fun with you and you're having fun with me, how is one over the other?
Not all women are the same size either, genius. A small man has to deal with whatever discomfort he feels given that he lives in a world where he is constantly surrounded by men who are larger than he-- men who's of likeliness to cornhole him are among the least of his worries (again, unless he's in prison). If as a smaller man, you can deal with the constant, far greater threat of being in a physical altercation with a larger man, then showering with teh gheys should really be pretty far from your list of concerns.
Your observation is that the difference between a small and large man is in many cases the same as the difference between the average man and woman. Are you really too stupid to realize then that the difference is double between a larger man and the average woman? That in many cases, there's a difference of 100 lbs rather than 50? Does that in any way help you to understand the distinction between a man's fear of showering with men and a woman's?
Way to miss the point Mr. Wile E. Coyote. So, please address the point. The point is that it doesn't matter the size of the person next to you if there isn't a threat. Women are creating a threat that doesn't exist based off of prejudice. Just because someone is bigger than you doesn't mean that they are more likely to attack you. That person can have no interest in attacking you. What makes you think a male has any interest in the female next to him?
As a straight female, I am sexually attracted to straight men. Not ALL straight men. So yes, I can have a sexual interest in something, but not find all of that something attractive. (the "something" in question here are straight males)
Maybe that wasn't written clearly. That "something" is the same in both scenarios. I wasn't talking in a general sense. No one is attracted to all men or women... give me some credit...
In other words, I can't have a sexual interest in Beyonce and not be attracted to her. That doesn't make sense.