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nil4sin
Posted: Saturday, June 08, 2013 4:32:44 AM

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d'oh! I am yet to understand why men impersonate as women or post ladies' pics on their profile on Lush. It is specially so as Lush allows much freedom to explore one's sexuality and chat with opposite sex. I would like my friends and others to help me understand this bizarre trend among men.

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Milik_Redman
Posted: Saturday, June 08, 2013 4:52:59 AM

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nil4sin wrote:
d'oh! I am yet to understand why men impersonate as women or post ladies' pics on their profile on Lush. It is specially so as Lush allows much freedom to explore one's sexuality and chat with opposite sex. I would like my friends and others to help me understand this bizarre trend among men.


My guess, and it is only just that, is that most harbor a latent bisexual curiosity that they themselves fear to accept. By posing as a woman, they can get the attention from men they secretly desire.

Others lack self confidence and the role playing lets them explore with an alter ego.

Maybe a few think that women get better responses on their writing.

Whatever it is, really what difference does it make? We all come here to express a part of ourselves that must remain hidden in ordinary life. If there are guys who wish to do it as women, so be it.

Even should you cyber one, the words are just pixels, and the thoughts are true, even if the biology is not. If a truly straight man hooks up with one, he is no worse for the not knowing, only his fears of 'being seduced by a gay man' are bruised.

This is lush, fantasy is huge, and we are all role playing to some extent.

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nil4sin
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Posted: Saturday, June 08, 2013 6:33:54 AM

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Milik_The_Red wrote:


My guess, and it is only just that, is that most harbor a latent bisexual curiosity that they themselves fear to accept. By posing as a woman, they can get the attention from men they secretly desire.

Others lack self confidence and the role playing lets them explore with an alter ego.

Maybe a few think that women get better responses on their writing.

Whatever it is, really what difference does it make? We all come here to express a part of ourselves that must remain hidden in ordinary life. If there are guys who wish to do it as women, so be it.

Even should you cyber one, the words are just pixels, and the thoughts are true, even if the biology is not. If a truly straight man hooks up with one, he is no worse for the not knowing, only his fears of 'being seduced by a gay man' are bruised.

This is lush, fantasy is huge, and we are all role playing to some extent.


Umm I don't think it is that. Most of the men posing as women claim to be bisexual and then seek out a huge number of women to hook up with.

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Posted: Saturday, June 08, 2013 1:03:19 PM

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ByronLord wrote:


Umm I don't think it is that. Most of the men posing as women claim to be bisexual and then seek out a huge number of women to hook up with.


Or lesbians. I think it's actually more that it's easier for women to get laid than men as in that they don't really have to work for it. I put it down to simple lazyness instead of latent sexuality.

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Posted: Saturday, June 08, 2013 1:09:22 PM

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I think it's a combination of all the responses. Some men may do it to explore those desires, although it's kind of counterfeit because the men that are attracted to you may only be attracted to you because you present yourself as a woman, so that's not experimenting...it's living a lie.

On the other hand, there are men who impersonate women in order to hook up with other lesbian or bisexual women to create steamy girl on girl sex scenes. Some guys are good at pulling this off. Most aren't, and usually end up hooking up with other men pulling the same trick, so it all works itself out.



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CurlyGirly
Posted: Saturday, June 08, 2013 3:08:38 PM

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I don't get it! Like this guy CLICK HERE Why the hell would he have some woman fondling her breasts as his AV? He's a man, FFS!! It's like he wants additional page views or something. evil4

No clue! confused5 Bunch of Attention Whores if you ask me. Shhh



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Dancing_Doll
Posted: Saturday, June 08, 2013 3:36:10 PM

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There's more men on this site than women, plus a large number of women who profess that they *only* want to talk to other women, which means that a man's chances of hooking up with choice females can create a bit of a challenge. If a guy isn't up to the challenge or doesn't possess the sexual bad-assery to make girls swoon then flipping the switch to female on their profile and presenting oneself as a 19 yr old nympho lesbian may increase his odds of cyber. Of course, it's more than likely, as SWW said, that he might end up cybering another guy-posing-as-girl too, but hey - in fantasyland, an orgasm is an orgasm, I guess.




Guest
Posted: Saturday, June 08, 2013 4:21:23 PM

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Well said Doll and Milik, I don't really care if it's a man or woman. I mean this site is pure fantasy anyway, this is not a dating site. The one's that creep me out are the one's that post a pic of some sexy woman, and I get I'm'd how she is stroking her son right now... ehhhhhhh that gives me the creeps cause I then know for sure it's some man... Be who you want to be, but at-leastFugly be real enough on what you're saying..
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Posted: Saturday, June 08, 2013 4:54:25 PM

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slipperywhenwet2012 wrote:


On the other hand, there are men who impersonate women in order to hook up with other lesbian or bisexual women to create steamy girl on girl sex scenes.


Funny, I wrote a whole story about that a few years ago...didn't work out real well for the guy in the story though...

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Yeah, I have no idea why a guy would use a female avatar on his profile...you would think there was an Attention Whore contest going on or something...dontknow


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ormred
Posted: Saturday, June 08, 2013 5:07:51 PM

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ahh.. the internet.. where men are men, women are men, and kids are FBI agents
Milik_Redman
Posted: Saturday, June 08, 2013 5:27:29 PM

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DirtyMartini wrote:


Yeah, I have no idea why a guy would use a female avatar on his profile...you would think there was an Attention Whore contest going on or something...dontknow


You always manage to find the kernel amongst the chaff.

Right, all of this has convinced me to come clean. I'm not really a 49 year old bisexual male. I'm really a 22 year old bisexual female exotic dancer Shhh

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Posted: Saturday, June 08, 2013 6:38:24 PM

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Milik_The_Red wrote:


You always manage to find the kernel amongst the chaff.

Right, all of this has convinced me to come clean. I'm not really a 49 year old bisexual male. I'm really a 22 year old bisexual female exotic dancer Shhh


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Posted: Saturday, June 08, 2013 6:45:06 PM

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ormred wrote:
ahh.. the internet.. where men are men, women are men, and kids are FBI agents


lol Lapplause

Sweetaboo
Posted: Saturday, June 08, 2013 6:48:18 PM

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Why do authors use pseudonyms? Same idea, I suppose.
Scottytoohotty
Posted: Saturday, June 08, 2013 7:35:35 PM

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Guess its just weird to me. really kind of funny when you think of a guy posing as a lesbian to cyber with another girl. And most likely its another guy poseing lol. kind of makes the whole thing a wash. although I still say pretty sad .
Magical_felix
Posted: Saturday, June 08, 2013 8:20:25 PM

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I'm actually a chick. There I said it. Now y'all know my secret.



kylie_kained
Posted: Saturday, June 08, 2013 8:33:30 PM

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Lot's do it but not many get away with it for long.
















Guest
Posted: Sunday, June 09, 2013 4:43:48 AM

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I think there are two issues which don't necessarily link directly together.... men claiming to be women on LUSH, and men using a picture of a woman as their Avatar. I know there are both here on LUSH.

As for the men claiming to be women.... others have covered that pretty well.

As for men using a picture of a woman as their Avatar.... as long as they clearly state they are a MAN in their profile, no worries, right? Read profiles. But I do admit that I prefer to know the sex of the person I am talking to, or reading, at a quick glance. It just makes the interaction more honest and accurate. I talk to both men and women, but depending on the conversation or topic, how the interaction goes does differ. It is just the way it is.

I saw that one of the reasons some men use a female Avatar though is that stories written by women, or that have female Avatars get read more than the ones that have male avatars on them. I don't know if this is true or not, but knowing human nature and how we are visual creatures, I can see that (all pun intended) being the case.
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Posted: Sunday, June 09, 2013 7:23:50 AM

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kylie_kained wrote:
Lot's do it but not many get away with it for long.


I totally agree. It's easy to do a superficial job of faking the opposite gender but it becomes more transparent the more the person talks and communicates. Regardless of what you put on a profile, everyone has a certain 'vibe' as a human being that's difficult to fake over the longterm. There's certain nuances and subtleties of both genders that tend to give things away.


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Posted: Monday, June 10, 2013 9:55:16 AM

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A large majority of women on Lush are either Lesbian or bi-sexual. Men pretend to be women for one reason.. access to the profiles that say "No Men" so they can see more tits and pussy. There are many profiles that a man will never have access to, as a woman these profiles are possible. It all comes back to T&A..&P. lol





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sweet80sarah
Posted: Monday, June 10, 2013 11:17:39 AM

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Whenever I see a profile reading, in text like this, "NO MEN!!!! NO MEN !!!!! MEN ARE DISGUSTING, SO DON'T TALK 2 ME!!!! WOMEN ONLY!!!! LADIES WELCUM ANYTYME! PLZ REQUEST MEH" I find myself rolling my eyes and figuring that it's just a guy in the guise of a woman since they are so cavalier and overly militant about it. Sure, random friend requests, chat requests and all of that jazz gets pretty old, but usually, to me, it's a tell-tale sign.

Why do men do it? More access to the women of Lush, I suppose. As somebody else said, the private pictures that they otherwise wouldn't be granted access to due to the stigma that the average Joe carries around here. I won't lie -- whenever I get a random friend request by a man without an avatar or any significant information on his profile, I think "ohhhh boycoffee, it's the usual suspect, the average roleplay seeking man looking for a juicy chat". Unfair? Certainly, but it's just an automatic thought that pops into my head until I get to know that person a little better.

An amusing curiosity: I wonder how often it is that a man, under the guise of a woman, ends up talking to another man, under the guise of a woman, and they have a cyber chat with one another? Pretty hilarious to ponder, if you ask me!
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Posted: Tuesday, June 11, 2013 11:09:22 PM

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nil4sin wrote:
d'oh! I am yet to understand why men impersonate as women or post ladies' pics on their profile on Lush. It is specially so as Lush allows much freedom to explore one's sexuality and chat with opposite sex. I would like my friends and others to help me understand this bizarre trend among men.


Well - some men are bi / gay to some degree.

I even have women on my profile and I'm straight.

I have men too.

Funny - go figure - I like sensuality and sexuality. . . hot damn :)

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Posted: Wednesday, June 12, 2013 12:22:56 AM

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I Do Not Impersonate, I JUST Post Pictures Of Females. WHY?; Because I ThinkMy 2 centsThee Pictures I Posted Are Good Pictures!!! I Have A Couple Pictures Of Myself In My Image Gallery. I'll Post One Of Thee Pictures Of Myself As My Avatar In A Couple Of Days, FOR ONLY A COUPLE OF DAYS!!!
goofygus42
Posted: Thursday, June 13, 2013 11:11:04 PM

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I am not sure why some guys do it but it is sometimes fun to guess who is female and who is not.

You know those guys on the corner with signs that say "Will Work For Food"? I sit on Canal street with a sign that says "Will Do Anything For Pussy".
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Posted: Friday, June 14, 2013 10:44:17 AM

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Confession time. I have done this (posed as a woman online), but never on Lush. I want to be clear on that because it is not something I'm especially proud of and it is something I've now given up and won't repeat, especially around here.

Why? Well, I was posing as a straight woman so it wasn't about getting lesbians to chat with me. On the site where I did it, it was hard to get women's attention and there weren't many gay/bi men. Posing as a woman got me a lot of attention from men and I had some great cyber with some of them, all the while playing the woman's role while they remained ignorant of my true identity. I'm bi-curious and seeing their desires (and pics since many of them were quite free with their cockshots) did arouse me, often to orgasm.

I gave it up because, like any lie, it kept getting hard to sustain the false identity and the living a lie aspect did start to wear on my conscience as well.

So, the hypothesis about it being closeted bi-curious/bisexual guys lurking to explore those desires has some basis in truth. I do think the idea that some men do it to get attention from bi/lesbian women likely does as well.

Sorry if this offends some people, but I figure it's relevant and, to be clear again, I have never done it on here and do not intend to do so.

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Posted: Friday, June 14, 2013 12:55:54 PM

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Dancing_Doll wrote:


I totally agree. It's easy to do a superficial job of faking the opposite gender but it becomes more transparent the more the person talks and communicates. Regardless of what you put on a profile, everyone has a certain 'vibe' as a human being that's difficult to fake over the longterm. There's certain nuances and subtleties of both genders that tend to give things away.


I'd love to be a fly on the wall when they get rumbled. I guess it would go something like this.

Girl 1: "hey hun"

'Girl'2 "hey baby"

Girl 1 "Feelin so horny."

'Girl'2 "Me too. So want you to lick my pussy"

Girl1 "Ooh baby!"

'Girl'2 "Ooh you make my cock so hard!"

Girl1 "Eh?"

'Girl'2 "Oh ummm nothing."

Girl1 "You said your cock!"

'Girl'2 "Did I?"

Girl1 "Oh shit! You fucking freak!"

'Girl'2 "Oops!"


And so another beautiful friendship falls by the wayside

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Posted: Wednesday, June 19, 2013 12:22:23 PM

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Metilda wrote:


Well - some men are bi / gay to some degree.

I even have women on my profile and I'm straight.

I have men too.

Funny - go figure - I like sensuality and sexuality. . . hot damn :)





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Posted: Friday, June 21, 2013 2:54:27 AM

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Finally, I can be free and let everyone know.

Marie_SexyCD
Posted: Monday, July 08, 2013 4:59:37 AM

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What a quite unique phenomena this post uncovers. First i would never had guessed that there are men who pose as women for the reasons the responders have intimated. Secondly, as a male to female crossdresser I've never felt the inclination to pose as a woman. My gender des cription here clearly states I'm male just as my screen name contains the capitalized CD in it (though this might not be so clear to some !). The admonishment that was rendered in one comment to read profiles is surely such a common sense beginning before contacting someone that it shouldn't have to be said, yet I've encountered men (not on this site though) who only glance at pics and never bother to peruse a descriptive narrative of the person whom they soo lust after. This is an act I always perform before answering any chat or request. It seems to me that what such behavior indicates is that there are a considerable group of men who are so lonely and desperate in their need to ejaculate that the only salve that can heal their wound of consciousness resides in the falsity of the electronic stream. Even though the photos are of real women, it is not reality for it can neither be tactilely sensed nor respond in kind. I can say for myself that the 'allure' of cybersex does nothing to excite my libido nor do the still or motion images present in profiles do anything more than pique my interest in the person so displayed. A short conversation with a person is enough to reveal the veil they wish to throw upon one's senses or the genuine character that resides across the electronic connections. For those seeking true links, good luck and keep your wits about you; for those who are poseurs, beware lest ye be drawn into tomfoolery on display for the entire world.


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