Is there a hot straight man at your gym that you have been keeping your eye on? Does he seem to work out around the same time that you do everyday? When you glance at him, does your heart skip a beat, causing you to get all worked up? But what can you do about it? And how do you handle things if you sense he might be a little curious about you.
A brief history of gay signaling, from hanky codes to that 'what gay guys are actually like' video
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How to Pick Up a Straight Man at the Gym
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The handkerchief code also known as the hanky code , the bandana code , and flagging  is a system of color-coded cloth handkerchief or bandanas for non-verbally communicating one's interests in sexual activities and fetishes. The color of the handkerchief identifies a particular activity, and the pocket it is worn in left or right identifies the wearer's preferred role in that activity. For example, a dark blue handkerchief indicates an interest in anal sex , and wearing it in the left pocket indicates a preference for being the insertive partner. The wearing of colored bandanas around the neck as a practical accessory was common in the mid- and late-nineteenth century among cowboys , steam railroad engineers , and miners in the Western United States.