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Originally posted by NJHairLuv NJHairLuv wrote:

Originally posted by 305bgirl 305bgirl wrote:

I know this sounds crazy but it seems like most gay Black men that I encounter have names like Daquan, Tyquan, Rashaad, Davonte, Trashon, etc. Am I tripping or is this prevalent around your parts too? It's like they have a certain ring to them. It's to the point where I hear a name and think off bat that there is a 75% chance that bruh is gay.

In my area, yes.
I am around a lot of gay men for business purposes and I swear that there is a disproportionate # of them here with names that sound like that Kimoraye, Jaquarius, Lamonte', etc and other names that force you to pucker up your lips/make your lips quiver when pronouncing them. Sometimes, I dont know if they are birth names or aliases b/c I cant imagine a mom selecting that for her son. Also, when I see American men with 2 last names hyphened, I wonder...such as John Davidson-Smith, etc b/c as time passes, the ones that I know with those names eventually come out. My friend is making a documentary on made up/non-traditional names and I am going to ask him about his findings on this. He is gay with an extra, unnecessary consonant in his first nameStern Smile



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Originally posted by keepgrowing keepgrowing wrote:

we still speculating about kerry rhodes?
 
and Mr. Cee?
 
 
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Originally posted by Random Thoughts Random Thoughts wrote:

Any common denominators?

Lee Daniels


Jason Collins


Keith Boykin


John Amaechi


Don Lemon


Daryl Stevens


Jonathan Capehart


Christopher Breaux


Shaun Thompson


And if we're speculating

Emmitt Perry


Eric Bishop


Calvin Lebrun


Kerry Rhodes


Shaffer Smith


Edward Murphy





Yes, actuallyLOL Lee, Darryl, Jason, and Shaun (also names that end in Shaun/Sean) are also common ones that I encounter. 
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Originally posted by NJHairLuv NJHairLuv wrote:

Originally posted by 305bgirl 305bgirl wrote:

I know this sounds crazy but it seems like most gay Black men that I encounter have names like Daquan, Tyquan, Rashaad, Davonte, Trashon, etc. Am I tripping or is this prevalent around your parts too? It's like they have a certain ring to them. It's to the point where I hear a name and think off bat that there is a 75% chance that bruh is gay.

In my area, yes.
I am around a lot of gay men for business purposes and I swear that there is a disproportionate # of them here with names that sound like that Kimoraye, Jaquarius, Lamonte', etc and other names that force you to pucker up your lips/make your lips quiver when pronouncing them. Sometimes, I dont know if they are birth names or aliases b/c I cant imagine a mom selecting that for her son. Also, when I see American men with 2 last names hyphened, I wonder...such as John Davidson-Smith, etc b/c as time passes, the ones that I know with those names eventually come out. My friend is making a documentary on made up/non-traditional names and I am going to ask him about his findings on this. He is gay with an extra, unnecessary consonant in his first nameStern Smile
LOLSee! I ain't crazy. This is the sh#t I have been experiencing. 
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Originally posted by NJHairLuv NJHairLuv wrote:

Originally posted by 305bgirl 305bgirl wrote:

I know this sounds crazy but it seems like most gay Black men that I encounter have names like Daquan, Tyquan, Rashaad, Davonte, Trashon, etc. Am I tripping or is this prevalent around your parts too? It's like they have a certain ring to them. It's to the point where I hear a name and think off bat that there is a 75% chance that bruh is gay.

In my area, yes.
I am around a lot of gay men for business purposes and I swear that there is a disproportionate # of them here with names that sound like that Kimoraye, Jaquarius, Lamonte', etc and other names that force you to pucker up your lips/make your lips quiver when pronouncing them. Sometimes, I dont know if they are birth names or aliases b/c I cant imagine a mom selecting that for her son. Also, when I see American men with 2 last names hyphened, I wonder...such as John Davidson-Smith, etc b/c as time passes, the ones that I know with those names eventually come out. My friend is making a documentary on made up/non-traditional names and I am going to ask him about his findings on this. He is gay with an extra, unnecessary consonant in his first nameStern Smile

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i havent noticed this coincidence 
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I know its not PC but certain names do sound a bit gay. I think my mind is just linking those two things based on people I've met. There is probably no real correlation. The names in the OP fit and are ugly imo.
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My thing is gay nicknames. Like they call Marcus, "baby" or Antoine is "toiney". Keith's nickname is "keekee"

Sorry if I've offended anyone. In my experience.
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Originally posted by 305bgirl 305bgirl wrote:

[QUOTE=Random Thoughts]



their lips be like this when they say the stereotypical name. that is when i know.


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