Friday, February 20, 2009

Question of the Day









With the Gay world littered with hot bodies, man meat and porn supreme (nothing's wrong with a little dirty, dirty), we can easily get caught up in the warp sense of perfection. But when it comes to the man of our dreams, I have to ask...

What do we REALLY look for in boyfriend?

11 comments:

thegayte-keeper said...

I think we look for too many things rather the ONE important thing...

Son of Baldwin said...

Intelligence. Kindness. Honesty. Ability to commit to a monogamous relationship. Financial independence.

Everything else is frosting.

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YvesPaul said...

Fun, reliability, support, honesty.

Good looks and sexual compatibility helps.

Ian a.k.a. Darktomahawk said...

I second everything Son Of Baldwin and Lamont indicated. I'll add to that a man with a good sense of humor. In these difficult days, a good laugh can improve any negative situation, a least for a little bit.

Keith Jones said...

Honesty
intelligence
aware of current events
open to new ideas

Reggie said...

I don't look for ANYTHING from a boyfriend, he has to be a man.....:)

bunnilove said...

COURAGE! The courage to take chances and realize that life is unpredictable, and when you find someone who's great, someone who does it for you, you realize how lucky you are.

The courage to know that you deserve love. The courage to know that the things in our life are exactly that: THINGS. And that PEOPLE do not fall into the category of things, "should I stay in a bad relationship because I've invested so much money and have so much stuff to show for it, or should I go and really start living and loving, start being loved...?"

That takes courage...

Jonathan Pizarro said...

mental stability would be a nice start ;)

ka-os said...

I never realised it until I found it, but someone who can tolerate my control freakery. Ying and yang et cetera.

Still, he teaches psychology/sociology, so nutjobs like me offer ample material...