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To find out what else was gay, I looked to popular-culture, where I saw gay men mostly adhering to a fairly one-dimensional set of stereotypes: fashionable, witty, effeminate. Historically, gay stereotypes have been even less kind. Both found the accuracy of these new tropes difficult to prove, but explored their complex and often contradictory origins.
The audacity! But while we wait for this vital research to be conducted, there are other factors at play to consider. We know that gay men tend to gravitate towards urban areas, where walking is the default travel method. Confidence coach Lisa Phillips says that a fear of homophobia in strangers could make gay men walk quickly.
Sam, a year-old gay man from London, agrees with this. Though Phillips also says that feeling confident can increase walking speed. Psychologist Ian MacRae agrees that walking speed and style can be affected by either positive or negative emotions, but also says that gay men are statistically predisposed to walking fast.
So already younger men in cities are the fastest walkers—perhaps gays just have an edge on that? Strutting, or walking at a rapid pace, can be a way of displaying homosexuality in safe spaces. Regardless of whether gay men really do walk fast, there are psychological reasons why many of us want to embrace the idea that we do. When stereotypes are positive, people can be particularly keen to adopt them.
But while I still definitely am might be, it turns out that categorizing people, while indulging in a little bit of narcissism, is actually fairly normal behavior, particularly online. People who speak or respond quickly, for example, are often considered wittier than slow speakers.
For instance, gay men from cities like me might use this trope to subtly position themselves as superior to suburban and rural people, who they associate with being behind the times and irrelevant. A desire to be physically quick may be an embodiment of this, with the stereotype then filtering into our cultural lexicon.
The only thing we should never tolerate within our community is bootcut jeans. But while it might seem like a fairly superficial stereotype, the potential reasons why gay men might be keen to embody velocity are anything but shallow.
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