Gay Men Dos and Donts, Raw & Unedited

So I haven’t spoken to Masi in a long while, I woke up sick and about to give up on life, the flue and fashion, wondering what I’m going to wear to the doctor today…there came Masi *death*


What happened to being stylish, wearing the right gear for the right occasion, what happened to decency?Why are gays dressing trashy now @ThabyLed:
I dare you the bank balances aren’t too friendly at the moment, it’s winter and trench coats aren’t the usual R120 Mr Price skinny jeans. Lmao, good question though. @Masi_Tee:
Exactly. And besides that. Like a lot of gay abuse the 2cm shorts hey. Those are meant for holiday resorts, pool parties, boat cruises etc. Not for clubs or the malls @ThabyLed:
And they tend to forget we all aren’t lean enough for shorts, yes they may look brilliant on super skinny girls but when they’re on a super skinny MALE, damn, you’d swear they’re super-dried biltong. @Masi_Tee:
Exactly. And babe gays need to know the difference between EVERYDAY clothing and special OCCASSION clothing. What they’re doing basically. Is like you waking up and rocking a 3piece suit, cufflinks, waistcoats and ties and all and go to the nearest supermarket and buy bread, and go visit friends in that suit and party in it. See my point? @ThabyLed:
My point EXACTLY!!!!!!!!!!!!!
After you did your photo shoot I showed those pics to my friend. And we both agreed on something. There’s nothing as refreshing as seeing a gay guy looking stylish and DECENT. Be gay yes, and be over imaginative but always look DECENT. And in that way, straight guys will wanna be like you and actually appreciate YOU as a person. Because you’re not looking like a 2nd hand g-string @ThabyLed:
I’ve seen people rocking up in night-time clothing for cocktail parties held on broad daylights, thing is they wanna outdo girls and that’s highly impossible. I mean girls are lean, smooth and their genes are nothing like ours, why friggin COMPETE? @ThabyLed:
Death by second hand g-string… You’re on point about that, I’ve seen your dress sense as well, it’s not that we want to be ‘liked’ by straight men or anything, but you really can’t expect to be dressed in girl’s clothing and expect for people to not outcast you. I have a lot of straight male friends who know exactly who I am, my family knows, the community knows, but I do not rub it in their faces by trading vests for tank tops, shirts for skirts, no, I AM STILL A MAN!!!!!!!! @ThabyLed:
I blame the Bonang’s and Rihanna’s for making trash look fab and misleading their fag-base @ThabyLed
Oops I meant FAN
Then followed fags with ‘a touch’ of their own to those outfits, yet again trying to ‘outdo’ the actual girls. @Masi_Tee:
Exactly my babe. Look at Chuck Bass for example. He rocks ‘slut shorts’ like nobody’s business but in the right manner. The only time I wear a bright colored Golfer tee is when I’m wearing short shorts, and I’ll put on a nice pair of shades, and cool boat shoes, and I’ll be at a summer house party somewhere sipping cocktails with my girls and enjoying life, and that to me is GAY FABOLOUSity. And the moment they say “let’s go out” I jump in go look decent for the public. I mean if I can afford two good outfits in one night, why not @Masi_Tee:
I also blame YDE =))
See? That’s what living fabulous is all about, and yet again it’s not a matter of affording babe, if you understand ‘STYLE’ and don’t follow ‘FASHION’ it’ll forever be in you to keep up with looking good at a low cost. If I can’t afford the latest trendy boots why buy them? Instead I can settle for the loafers or rather lace-ups that I rock mercilessly! Thabiso seeing Masi in a blazer and shorts doesn’t mean it’s gonna be a good look for Thabiso either. Cloning is another factor in this. @Masi_Tee:
YES that’s so true ke hey and one thing about me, I don’t buy price or trends. And my typa affordability doesn’t mean 5000 shoes NO. And manyani people must rather go for what suits them. And everytime I see a group of gays, I never see the difference between them and a group of girls wearing leopard print dresses because they’re all copy cats. And we both know how unattractive though leopard print girls are. @ThabyLed:
It’s sad really, I mean look at Chuck Bass and Kanye West, top notch. @Masi_Tee:
Exactly. And then there’s vintage -_____-. Hayi people are doing it wrong nje. And its sad @ThabyLed:
Same shit they did with colour-blocking? I mean the whole concept of it was a total mess… X_X my dear Lord! @Masi_Tee:
Duuuuuuude. Mess yomhlaba. =)) a lot of people in SA messed it up hey @ThabyLed:
How do you mix colours of different pellets? 😦 why didn’t they just research

P.S: Tomorrow we tackle well groomed men.

-Touch Of Suave


5 Responses to “Gay Men Dos and Donts, Raw & Unedited”

  1. @officialthabo1 Says:

    Pheww!! Thanks am just a normal dresser guy… I hate over doing things because I get uncomfortable around people

  2. Jude StClaire Says:

    Very interesting blog/conversation. I don’t know much about fashion,but I know to dress the way I feel. One gets tired of trying to please the public and conform to social expectations,and goes his own way. So what if I have a fetish for heels,and I’m a size 10 masculine-built male? If I’m more comfortable in shorts or love wearing vintage? Who exactly am I dressing for? You can only please so many people,so rather focus on the one person that matters: YOU.

    And there are different variations of homosexuality,as well as comfort. I’ve learnt never to judge a more “feminine” homosexual because I don’t know what they feeling,but accept that is who they are. People will forever remain in the closet if we always label and criticise, instead of supporting, one another.

    I like what yal have here though. It could really motivate a lot of people if it wasn’t analysing homosexuals in a prejudice way.

  3. @ St Claire from what I’m seeing this is about two gay men sharing similar qualities and taste, they have much rather stated this story is raw and unedited, not sugarcoated. If heels work for you go ahead man.

  4. @officialthabo1 that’s entirely upto you and yeah if you’re comfortable in it then let it be. I just wanna see you going out and about or having a laid back Sunday shopping.

    @JudeStClaire yes, you do have a point right there, and everyone is entitled to their own opinion, as @Mahlatsy_M has stated, @Masi_Tee and I do share close to identical taste in style, fashion, they gay industry at large and most things in between. We do stand by what we have conversed about this morning and thanks for the compliment you’ve passed through, gladly appreciated..

    ..I also see where you’re coming from with the point you stand firm on the ground for, embrace the inner you, if heels work for your rock hard body and size 10 feet, I say rock them ON. :-*

  5. sewela lehapana Says:

    Wena thabiso how cum I dnt see my colour blockin pic on ur blog?ur dead I tel u.

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