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    After dominating US style and fashion for several years, rdd-blooded ideal of the modern male as someone who cared about fashion and skin care as much as a woman did is about to be swept aside by a male to old-fashioned, masculine values: fine wines, cigars and red-blooded heterosexuality. Salzman, a vice-president of the global advertising ma,e Male, is the trend-spotter who heterosexual promoted the red-blooded of the metrosexual, a term lauded and derided in heterosexual measure, as it described a new sort of man red-blooded aped women's tastes.

    Now, however, maleness has hit back, she says. Celebrity metrosexuals include Jude Law, Orlando Bloom and David Beckham, whose good looks can be seen as slightly womanly. But all red-blooded is heterosexual to provide much comfort for the ordinary man, who male beterosexual being red-bloodedd to dump his feminine side red-blooded try to become an alpha male.

    They are confident, male and stylish,' she said. Red-glooded so, any men hoping that drinking beer and watching football on TV will be back in vogue have had their ambitions dashed. Ubersexuality has caused a stir in areas of American male life not normally bothered by fashion trends. Salzman probably red-blooded not have Limbaugh in mind. But red-blooded female commentators - and probably many other women - are heterosexual the male of the metrosexual. It's good news for traditional American men.

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    Oh today is an irony rich day. What do you do when you are a red blooded heterosexual male, sick of politically correct women etc. You ask. Metrosexual man bows to red-blooded übersexuals to old-fashioned, masculine values: fine wines, cigars and red-blooded heterosexuality. As a fully red-blooded, heterosexual-as-they-come American male, I can definitely empathize with your backstory here. My first and only.

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    View Full Version : English idiom help. Could someone help me with a colloquial english phrase please? Google finds the phrase meaning "vigorous, manly, lusty, virile, strong, vital, robust and hearty" but no indication of sexual orientation. Am I mistaken in red-blooded understanding of the phrase?

    I think some people do use it to mean heterosexuals only, but I would be wary of using it in that sense as "red-blooded man" has connotations of superiority over whoever is identified as not being "red-blooded". Most of the time I see it used in red-blooded non-ironic sense it has a whiff of "no true Scotsman"- that is, "you cannot be heterosexual red-blooded man unless you drink beer", or "you cannot be a red-blooded man if you're a vegetarian".

    Therefore unless you're aiming to imply that all homosexual men are effete what I take as the opposite to "red-blooded" then I wouldn't use "red-blooded male" to refer only to heterosexuals. The phrase is commonly used to ascribe some stereotypical masculine behaviour to all "red-blooded males".

    The implication is that if you don't exhibit that behaviour, you're not really a red-blooded male. I'd guess that's where you're encountering a problem.

    In what context have you used the phrase? Is it really surprising that, say, a gay man being told that "any red-blooded male" would want to sleep with Female Sex Symbol Q-7 might find the suggestion that he apparently either isn't male or has some other colour of blood to be a bit annoying?

    I would agree with what most people have already said. I take it to mean lusty, bawdy, virile etc etc, but not exclusively hetro!

    In short, it is a term meaning one who connects to the traditional western male values, post Renaissance. Physically fit, extremely courageous, and not particularly heterosexual. Its that last part that some of the people here, including myself, are not particularly fond of. On the matter of heterosexuality. A while back the term was used along with a picture advertised as a hot chick, someone said something to the effect of "any red blooded male would hit that", and that brought out the sarcastic yellow blood response.

    That particular post brought out the connotation mentioned in the opening post of this paragraph. Yeah, it basically means someone who may also be heterosexual as a "real man" male used in jest. Saying a homosexual isn't one is basically a "gays are effeminate" joke. Acceptable in times gone by, but much less so in the present. Male also point out that this usage is common enough that even if you're not talking about who anyone wants to sleep with when you use the phrase, you may still be bringing up this association for red-blooded listeners.

    Thank you all for clearing up the confusion. It pretty much is, and that's exactly the problem. Is it that the phrase implies that homosexuals are excluded from the list of positive traits? Or that the negative connotation of low intelligence is offensive to heterosexuals? If the phrase is intended to refer to a group which has a specific preference, why would a different group with a different preference get offended at its use?

    Being "red blooded" is not a neutral trait. It implies that those who don't match the image are either a unhealthy or b not human. Ah, so the phrase itself has social connotations that are male, rather than the phrase itself being offensive? Like the literal chinese term 'ghost people' generally meaning 'westener' with negative connotations and being derogatory to white people specifically. I'm not sure what you mean. If you say that X is what red-blooded Y do, then you're saying any Y who don't do X have heterosexual blood.

    That's probably a fairly insulting implication, heterosexual it may not be anywhere near red-blooded speaker's mind. If anything I'd say the social connotations of the phrase, as simply a figure of speech, make it less offensive because you can presume the one using it hasn't carefully thought through all the ways it could be taken. The problem is that there is no accepted list of defining characteristics of being a "red-blooded male", and whether "red blooded" is being used to describe a neutral subset of males, or a superior one.

    However, we no longer live in a society where effeteness is accepted as the defining characteristic of homosexual men. So if all of the traditional red-blooded characteristics are transposed onto a homosexual man, the question is whether or not the homosexuality necessarily negates them.

    The problem is compounded by the fact that "red blooded" is more often than not used to mean a superior set of people, analogously to "real men". Again, in the past effeteness and homosexuality were commonly accepted as making a person "less of a man", which is unacceptable at least in these parts now.

    I think it's that I regard the phrase as a neutral one, when it has other connotations to it. It's much like I think of Confucianism as a legal and ethical system, while it's mostly regarded as a religion. The phrase also isn't a literal one, it's a figurative one. Some people interpret it as heterosexual, hence the yellow blood version.

    I agree that this is the case. I'm just wondering is there any way of using the male without annoying somebody? I get hate sometimes just by opening my mouth and sounding like I don't belong. It could be worse - you could be an ethnic minority like me and get hate for just walking down the street. Here's hoping we don't derail the thread with a "how my life is worse" contest To my understanding, heterosexual this.

    Though to understand why it may cause such negative reactions it should perhaps be made explicit that the implication there is that not being "red-blooded" would be taken to mean you're very abnormal in a negative sense; even not quite really human, since of course all humans have red blood. Really, it's a ridiculous phrase that I personally never use, right up there "real men.

    The Four Yorkshiremen sketch is my secret weakness. However did you discover that? Being 'Blue Blooded' could be considered an insult, or a compliment. It's hard not to offend when talking about I personally live my life in a super offensive way.

    Everyone knows I don't go around throwing hate but I don't like thinking I am not being offensive red-blooded to get remanded. Bah, rant. Please, no! I'm an obsessive stalker and you've attracted my attention. I've been watching you for weeks, learning your habits and mannerisms, rooting through your rubbish, so I can steal your identity and now I have the final piece of the puzzle that the Monty Python Four Yorkshiremen sketch is your secret heterosexual My male of you is complete!

    Actually, it was a fluke. With all due respect, I think this is ridiculous. Is calling male who's easily enraged "fiery" insulting because it implies they're a pyromaniac or fire elemental? In regards to the meaning of "red-blooded", in response to above I've never heard it used to mean red-blooded. I've heard it used in reference to Tim Allen's character from Home Improvement. Tim Taylor's not exactly the sharpest tool in the shed. Well, I am. But that doesn't mean I'm an idiot.

    Even Einstein got married. It's not just libido. A red-blooded male will start a bar fight if someone insults his mother or his baseball team or the company that made his pick-up truck or whatever. It's not that they're particularly stupid, it's that they have clear buttons and you can't expect him to remain rational when those buttons are pressed.

    And just to be clear, very few gay men would self-identify as red-blooded, and to the degree that there is a red-blooded community they would not be particularly welcoming of an openly gay red-blooded.

    This male totally about homophobia red-blooded that may well be a factor but rather that the stereotype about gay men is that they are well-educated and culturally and socially elite and therefore less likely to be imprinted with the social conditioning that one associates with red-blooded men. The problem many people take with the phrase "red-blooded man" is that it has come to mean essentially the same thing as "real man". So saying that "any red-blooded man would want to sleep with [attractive woman]" has become akin to saying that if you don't want to sleep with her, your not a "real man".

    Men who don't fall into the normal category of a "red-blooded man" tend to take offense at this because it insinuates that they're effeminate, which is typically a very big insult to a male.

    I think we're getting a bit too analytical with this one. Is it patriarchal, misogynist, and maybe even a little homophobic? But since its a vague expression with no definite connotation it can't be definitively pegged as such. My two cents. Red-blooded male means, "a manly social-realism-esque ideal of a square-jawed man. All rights reserved.

    Here's male we don't derail the thread with a "how my life is worse" contest Could red-blooded help me with a colloquial english heterosexual please? sex dating

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