They have a whiskey and they look in your direction. You can see their eyes registering your face then traveling downwards, their gaze lingering on the red handkerchief folded square and neat in your ripped jeans, in your left back pocket. Flagging, or the hanky code, has been around for some time, some say since the gold rush. Since the s, the hanky code has been picked up from folks all over the gender spectrum. Some queer people femme flag — using nail color in place of handkerchiefs.
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A brief history of gay signaling, from hanky codes to that 'what gay guys are actually like' video
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Maybe you've seen the recent video that purports to show "what actually happens when gay guys see other gay guys and straight people aren't around. Upon recognizing one another's gayness, and realizing they're in a space utterly devoid of heterosexuality, the three men launch into some light runway…. The underlying tension of the scene stems from the idea that these men are only free—or perhaps safe —to unleash their purest gay selves in the company of others like them. Halperin writes in How to be Gay. Because masculinity is the only "natural and authentic identity" in a patriarchal society, expressing one's femininity is viewed as a performance on top of that state of being. A feminine "performance" can prove dangerous for men, regardless of sexuality, just as failing to sufficiently "perform" femininity can prove dangerous for women.
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Fetishes fascinate me. How does a person with an erotic paraphilia a condition characterized by abnormal sexual desires, typically involving extreme or dangerous activities discover these desires? When does a man realize that he derives sexual stimulation and satisfaction from getting smashed in the balls? Was it a bad bounce on the playground? An unfortunate ricochet on the tennis court?
Hal Fischer took the language of the instruction manual and applied it to the jocks and leathermen of gay San Francisco in the 70s. He explains the code. As well as deciphering the codes of hankies, key chains and earrings, Gay Semiotics guides us through archetypes, street fashions and various BDSM practices.