Is it just me or are quite a few professional FG players.... slightly gay?


#1

First off, there’s nothing wrong with being gay. Nobody should take insult from this and I certainly don’t mean any.<div><br></div><div>But I just saw a video of Zhi and Xian lying in bed together in Kuwait and it struck me as really… odd… at least in my culture. I paused for a second and it struck me that quite a few famous gamers are… not the most… masculine of all.</div><div><br></div><div>Ricky Ortiz I believe is either openly gay or has an outrageous fashion sense. Filipino Champ seems to walk the fine line as far as fashion goes… Mike Ross always struck me as slightly effeminate and Gootecks I don’t know.</div><div><br></div><div>Daigo is inscrutable to me since the Japanese have completely different gender-related standards of behavior.</div><div><br></div><div>Still… I don’t mean to insult anyone but… </div><div><br></div><div>is it just me who thinks that these guys could be gay?</div>


#2

Why does it matter to you<br>


#3

yes it is true many top FG players are gay<br><br>its fortunate for the closeted sycophantic fans, if you ever want to hang out with a famous SF player, just offer to jerk him off! show him your FIGHT STICK skills!<br>


#4

Daigo’s daily routine involves washing old man balls. I doubt there is a shred of humanity left in his soul. That is the essence of a true top player and also why Japan bombed Pearl Harbor. Those communal bathhouses son.


#5

I’m more surprised at the fact it took you this long to realize this shit.


#6

Also Sherry is actually a man in a wig but please don’t reveal it.<br>


#7

A lot of the MK community is actually bi or gay. I don’t see the problem though. <br>


#8

When they are a bunch of smelly men gathering to play video games every week some of them eventually convert.


#9

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<div class=“QuoteAuthor”><a href="/profile/58315/Verstande">Verstande</a> said:</div>
<div class=“QuoteText”>A lot of the MK community is actually bi or gay. I don’t see the problem though. <br></div>
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Me neither, but I think EVO should impose a dress code. That Kitana cosplayer at EVO 2012…<br><img src=“http://i46.tinypic.com/11lq15e.gif”><br>


#10

<font face=“Arial, Verdana” size=“2”><span style=“line-height: normal;”>It’s because they don’t use Burt’s Bees lip balm.</span></font><div style=“font-family: Arial, Verdana; font-size: 10pt; font-style: normal; font-variant: normal; font-weight: normal; line-height: normal;”><br></div><div><font face=“Arial, Verdana” size=“2”><span style=“line-height: normal;”>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ITbkhP0xVic</span></font><br></div>


#11

You see a lot of tension between the old school cats and new heads.  Basically, the fighting game community orginated as a way of who would be on top during casual homosexual encounters (IE, casuals).  I mean, fighting games would have never taken off without the landromat scene.  You’d have your lonely college types with no clean underwear, so they’d go commando to the local mat and play fighters to kill time.  It didn’t take long for a kind of dress code to establish itself, head and wrist bands and the essential short shorts.  See, back in the day, machines would have these stools, and it was very easy to position yourself in a way that the tip of your penis poked out. This signaled to any challengers “hey, you beat me, you can put it in…lose…and you’re my bitch”.  Since penetrating is obviously better than being penetrated,  a marvelous fighting spirit was born in those cramped landromats and their pungent bathrooms.  This is also why some many people are obsessed with asserting their dominance.  <br>Even nowadays the biggest fighting game tournaments are thinly veiled orgies.  People on SRK love to “complain” about the stench of cocks in the air.  And the “money matches” that happen afterwards in the hotel rooms are often just as popular as the actual event itself. <br>The culture of shame is still very much prevalent though, and it makes me sad.  I can’t help but cringe at all the theatrics that go into tier discussion and balance from those who simply want to get railed as hard as possible.  I mean, their pride won’t let them just come out and lose, even though they want to be humiliated and made subservient… so they come up with all kinds of charts and match ups to justify losing 6 out of 10 times. <br>


#12

@Kromo<br>Good sir, can you please clarify:<br>“Since penetrating is obviously better than being penetrated…” vs. “those who simply want to get railed as hard as possible … want to be
humiliated and made subservient.”<br><br>Please include the term “‘bottom’-tier hero.”  Thank you.<br>


#13

Anywhere there is a large collection of men you will find gays.<br><br>They know what they like.<br><br><br>


#14

@chubbyfingerz<div>“is it just me?”</div><div><br></div><div><br></div><div>you’re gay?</div>


#15

Stop playing those gayass games then. How gay are you watching all this gay stuff all gat dang gay day?!<br><br>Team:Kuroda wants a girlfriend. (Please send money for biodegradeable shampoos)<br>


#16

lmfao did a mod really move this rather than close it hahha.<br>


#17

I am much man.<br><br>–Jay Snyder<br>Viscant@aol.com<br>


#18

<blockquote class=“UserQuote”>
<div class=“QuoteAuthor”><a href="/profile/1815/Kromo">Kromo</a> wrote: <a href="/discussion/comment/8001526#Comment_8001526" class=“QuoteLink”><span class=“ArrowLink”>»</span></a></div>
<div class=“QuoteText”>You see a lot of tension between the old school cats and new heads.  Basically, the fighting game community orginated as a way of who would be on top during casual homosexual encounters (IE, casuals).  I mean, fighting games would have never taken off without the landromat scene.  You’d have your lonely college types with no clean underwear, so they’d go commando to the local mat and play fighters to kill time.  It didn’t take long for a kind of dress code to establish itself, head and wrist bands and the essential short shorts.  See, back in the day, machines would have these stools, and it was very easy to position yourself in a way that the tip of your penis poked out. This signaled to any challengers “hey, you beat me, you can put it in…lose…and you’re my bitch”.  Since penetrating is obviously better than being penetrated,  a marvelous fighting spirit was born in those cramped landromats and their pungent bathrooms.  This is also why some many people are obsessed with asserting their dominance.  <br /><br>
Even nowadays the biggest fighting game tournaments are thinly veiled orgies.  People on SRK love to “complain” about the stench of cocks in the air.  And the “money matches” that happen afterwards in the hotel rooms are often just as popular as the actual event itself. <br /><br>
The culture of shame is still very much prevalent though, and it makes me sad.  I can’t help but cringe at all the theatrics that go into tier discussion and balance from those who simply want to get railed as hard as possible.  I mean, their pride won’t let them just come out and lose, even though they want to be humiliated and made subservient… so they come up with all kinds of charts and match ups to justify losing 6 out of 10 times.</div>
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Post of the Month<br><br>MLK doin the stanky legg.<br>


#19

Go to one of those glovegirl/kayo topics

Tons of dudes here prefer trannies to real girls and won’t admit that it is gay

Yellow fever runs so high here that dudes will deal with dick


#20

Yeah, well, you can blame that yellow fever on rcaido.