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There are people many out there say they'd "go gay" for.

Well, the opposite is also true. That was the basis of today's burning question from Redditor carelesscrab, who asked the online community: Gay people of Reddit, you know how straight people say "I'd go gay for him/her", who's your "I'd go straight for him/her"-person?

"As a lesbian..."

As a lesbian, Oscar Isaac confuses me. He's so goddamn attractive. Do I want to be friends with him or sleep with him??? Either way I'm gonna keep watching all his work.

LynnisaMystery

"Ben Wyatt."

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Ben Wyatt. Not necessarily Adam Scott, although of course he's quite beautiful, but definitely Ben Wyatt

WhippetingWhippet

"Chris Hemsworth..."

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Chris Hemsworth all the way. But then again the man is attractive to everyone so it's not saying much

e220044

"Fassbender."

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Fassbender. Seeing Shame gave me some notion of what it might be like to enjoy the male anatomy in a sexual way and I think I could be into it ... maybe?

cowboyprincess12345

That's Jameela Jamil to you!

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Tahani Al-Jamil from the Good Place.

HomoGreekorious

"Not sure if..."

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Tom Holland. Not sure if it's because he was Spiderman or if it's because he actually seems like a genuinely nice person, but this is the only man in my entire lesbian life that I've looked at and said "You know what? He's REALLY cute!" like how I do with women. Now if only I could look at his face without thinking that he has something in his mouth all the time...

skyoctorock

"I'm not saying..."

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I'm not saying I'd go straight for Hozier but if he showed up at my door naked I wouldn't turn him away.

Lyn1987

We get it.

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Oh definitely David Tennant.

CokeOceans

We get this one, too.

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Deborah Ann Woll 100%, she made me look at her instead of all the gay bait in true blood that's something.

"Lesbian here."

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Lesbian here. I would absolutely marry John Mulaney and my gf knows it

ThatsALottaBees

No doubt.

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Natalie Dormer, no doubt.

MaurosCrew

"Not only is he really attractive..."

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Jason Momoa. Not only is he really attractive, he's also a super chill dude (I've met him a couple times).

Scortor

So many of us.

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Rachel Weisz in The Mummy.

NaruKami4

"My girlfriend and I..."

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My girlfriend and I have discussed that, if given the chance, either or both of us would sleep with Donald Glover, and it wouldn't count as cheating.

whyamisointeresting

"They didn't even..."

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Gal Gadot. They didn't even sexualize her in Wonder Woman and I was distracted by how gorgeous she is.

LethalDamage

"Margot Robbie."

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Margot Robbie, I'd go straight for that sexy darling, ever since Wolf of Wall Street, I've been smitten!

shootthemoon4

"Many lesbians..."

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Many lesbians i know had their lesbian awakening through Legolas in lord of the rings because he was such a pretty boy with long hair. and many lesbians i know still love him today, including me.

pissurpants

"She's so nice..."

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Jodie Whittaker. She's so nice and honestly pretty damn cute.

ChinchillaCheater

"She's everything..."

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Morena Baccarin. She's everything I want in a man, but in a woman.

Leucurus

"I'm a bi guy..."

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I'm a bi guy, but after seeing Brie Larson lift 400 lbs with her hips and collapse with a cookie in her mouth I'd give up dick forever for her.

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