That is so true... a few pages ago someone was trying to insult me by calling me Gay, I am not, but I donít consider it any kind of insult, just incorrect information.<quoted text>
I accuse them so that they can take a look at their own life and do a little self-reflection. So my calling someone "gay" has nothing to do with insults.
If you take it as an insult, that just shows your own, personal insecurities. You allegedly, straight men HATE to be called gay or mistaken for being gay. It's probably one of your greatest weaknesses.
How can you be so insecure if you are comfortable in your own heterosexuality?
Their mistake is that they are so insecure in themselves that they consider it a deadly insult, and assume incorrectly that everyone else is as weak and as insecure as they are themselves.