An episode of the MTV reality series “Catfish: The TV Show” featured Aaron, a gay man who had pretended to be a woman online to seduce a straight guy into explicit online conversation.
When the hoax was revealed, Aaron said by way of explanation, “I don’t even want to be gay to be honest.”And finally, Suler offers that some men pretending to be women online might be trans and “drawn to virtual gender-switching” (although, I’d like to note that if a trans person identifies as female then it’s not actually gender- when they present as female online).
Sometimes horror stories about them can make for fun discussion, but don't ever bring your ex into the conversation if it's not called for.
Let me give a sincere thank you to all the Indian men who have protected me, defended me and literally kicked the ass of guys harassing me. You'll never realize your error if no one is willing to patiently teach you. Overtime I see their English improve, their mind open and their intelligence about culture expand.
I have very solid experience in how you behave when an American woman replies via social media (for the record, I know a lot of Indian guys in person, so rest assured I also know all the variables of your IRL personalities). So is every American woman who you think is worthless enough to engage in casual sex with you.
But an American women just revealed a truth about Indian men that’s a real embarrassment.
An Indian guy recently asked “Why do Americans girls disconnect the chat immediately if I tell them that I'm an Indian? ” on Quora and the responses is got are for all the men in this country to read.