I read the new London newspaper last night, and enjoyed the story about straight girls dating gay girls for the first time. Particularly the advice to straight girls to cut out the preening, pouting and coy girly voice stuff. It just don’t impress. This makes me jealous. Why? Because for a variety of reasons I’ve ended up in a rare minority of guys who generally (though there are some pleasant exceptions) don’t dig that behaviour either. But there’s no way you can say that to a girl. If only for the reason that this behaviour is presumably based on the commonsense assumption that all straight men are the same! (Except for those straight men who have sex with other men, and who don’t think of themselves as gay for example?!). Don’t ask me. I’m just an amateur social scientist.