Category - Golden Rain
The rule in which any male wears an earring in his right ear is deemed gay or homosexual. the leftright dichotomy has led to great misunderstanding. For one thing, the earlobe in which a man wears his earring did not ever indicate if he was or was not gay. What it indicates is whether he is the active or passive partner in anal sex (i.). The reaction to harry styless semi-sheer gucci met gala outfit this year was mixed, but onlookers agreed on one thing his single pearl earring was the accessory of the night. One-sided and off-balance, the single dangly earring is back. Elmos fire, bob dylan at live aid, and george michael pretty much everywhere. i wanna get a ear pierce, but some of my friends say that a single earring on left side is gay, while some think the right side, could you guys please. A lot of guys ask this in reference to one side being gay and the other being straight. The only gay ear is the one that prefers the company of other men. Dont have one of those? Then theres nothing to worry about. The right ear or gay ear is the ear that most homosexuals tend to get pierced more often than the left ear, hence when somebody who is heterosexual is getting their right ear pierced he is getting the gay ear pierced. Straight men should avoid getting this ear pierced if they wish to carry onward their straightness. what do you mean in which ear should a straight guy wear an earring? You should wear an earring in both ears, like all girls and women have and nowadays all of the men do! Thats todays fashion! Or you love it to look like youve arrived in a tim. At one point in american history, there was supposedly an encoded message about sexuality contained a mans choice of the left or right side, but today, having an earring on either side means only that you have a hole in your ear. that piercing means youre gay growing up i was always told piercing your left ear meant you were gay? Is this the same for you? Other piercings such as nose piercings, labret piercings and. i dont think there is a definitive answer to the ear question - there was always much confusion over which side. 0d 0d and, when i was in my late teens an earring in either ear for a guy was deemed gay. 0d 0d the hanky business never really took off in the uk although i vaguely remember a fad for tiny teddy-bears in the back pocket of jeans to signify whether you were a cuddler or cuddlee.