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What attracts feminine men to poetry?
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>>21030279
What attracts feminine men to marmalade?
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>>21030279
>What attracts feminine men to poetry?
Bein gey
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>>21030279
What attracts feminine men to marmalade?
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>>21030279
Homos, like women, are inherently superficial, and so the emotive, sensual aspect of poetry appeals to their aesthetic interests.
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>>21030279
What attracts feminine men to marmalade?
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>>21030330
feminine men =/= homos
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>>21030279
Is this an AI pic?
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>>21030352
Dick is on his mind 24/7
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>>21030279
On the contrary, what man can understand art without something of the feminine in him?
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>>21030362
No, it's Swinburne.
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>>21030401
You're fucking with me
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>>21030465
It's literally just a basic 19th century portrait.
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>>21030352
Swindburne was a homo. So which effeminate male poets were getting pussy, pray tell?



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