Before we launch into this diatribe of "Who has bigger jingle balls, gay or straight men?" let me first set the record straight.
- If you're looking for a thesis exploring the proportional differences of the male penis in gay men vs. straight men ... look somewhere else.
- I am pleading the Fifth Amendment and refusing to discuss the rights, wrongs, and in the middles of gay rights or biblical views on homosexuality.
- If you take offense to anything I say, just remember this article doesn't have to become your truth. Although there are some fab little gems in it (boy did I just flame or what!)
That being said, let's roar full steam ahead (no pun intended) and discover why gay men's "jingle balls" rule! Straight guys don't get offended or feel threatened by this topic. I'm not here to make you feel small, even though a fair share of you seem to think that's your inalienable right to make gay men feel less than. Let's draw a truce for the next few paragraphs and see what we might learn about one another. Fair enough? Ok, onto the list! 3 Ways Gay Men Help A Lady's Love Life
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Top 5 Reasons My Gay Jingle Balls Are Bigger Than Yours!
1. Gay men embrace their femininity.
Now before you start pounding your chests and puffing out your tail feathers Mr. Macho and agreeing with what I just said, understand this! Gay men don't just embrace our feminine because we like our tails played with. Nope, there's so much more to us than the sexual sickdome you straight guys envision in your mind about what gay men are all about and do in bed. Can Women Be Trusted to Uncage Their Sexuality?
We actually embrace our tender, gentle-hearted, nurturing feminine energy and use it to release ourselves into acceptance of self. Yes it's true, there are macho leather daddies, tough cowboys, hot men in uniform that are gay, but underneath it all, it took a lot of embracing the feminine energy to "come out" and be in the truth of our homosexuality. That takes big jingle balls!
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