I’VE HEARD IT OVER A 1,000 TIMES. IT’S ALMOST A SHAME YOU DON’T KNOW IT, BUT YOU CURIOUS STRAIGHT OR BI GUYS ARE FAR MORE NUMEROUS THAN YOU’D THINK, AND SO IS THAT FANTASY YOU HAVE. YOU KNOW: THE ONE THAT YOU’VE TOSSED UP IN YOUR MIND HUNDREDS OF TIMES, BUT JUST HAVEN’T HAD THE BALLS TO ACT UPON IT YET.
WELL DON’T BLAME YOURSELF; WE LIVE IN A WORLD THAT DOESN’T ALLOW PEOPLE TO BE WHO THEY REALLY ARE. SOCIETY PRESSURES YOU TO CONFORM, AND TO NEVER EXPERIMENT. MOST ESPECIALLY ON THOSE THOUGHTS YOU’VE ALWAYS HAD IN THE BACK OF YOUR MIND. BUT IT’S YOUR LIFE, AND YOU ONLY GET TO LIVE IT ONCE. SO WHY NOT LIVE IT TO THE FULLEST? WHEN YOU’RE ALONE WITH ME, FOR ONCE, YOU DON’T HAVE TO LET FEAR HOLD YOU BACK FROM DOING WHAT YOU’VE ALWAYS WANTED TO TRY. EVEN IF YOU ONLY DO IT JUST ONCE, I CAN HELP YOU LIVE THAT FANTASY.
YOU CAN REST ASSURED KNOWING THAT WITH ME,YOU WILL NEVER BE JUDGED. I’M FOREVER PATIENT, AND A PERFECT TEACHER – GREAT AT HELPING TO PUT YOU AT EASE, AS WELL.
When you’re alone with me, for once, you don’t you don’t have to let fear hold you back from doing what you’ve always wanted to try. Even if you only do it just once, I can help you live that fantasy. You can rest assured knowing that with me, You will never be judged. I’m forever patient, and a perfect teacher. Great at helping to put you at ease as well. Anon
It might be what pop culture implies about being gay. (bisexual don’t exist in pop culture.) While the stereotypes about gay men are largely done with, there’s still a belief in some essential difference.
This is actually kinda funny to me. From puberty to college, I had a number of male sexual partners. Guys my own age. Athletes mostly. But no oral or anal, just a lot of circle jerks, hand jobs, and frot. Most of them are straight. A few are openly bi. Hell, if we didn’t get laid after a date (a.k.a. 99% of teenage dates), we’d relieve each other’s blue balls. Jon
i agree. we have evolved to the point where sexual categories of this sort just don’t cut it anymore. we are complex sexual creatures. to try to reduce our sexual selves to some kind of 19th century taxonomy just doesn’t make sense in a digital age when our individual and collective horizon is so broad and we’re constantly taking in new experiences, sexual tourism, if you will. (if only it were so deep, but, that’s the future, hopefully.) anyway, thanks for this post. this is a topic that needs much discussion, much informed debate and much thought. btw: love your site, a queer alterna-oasis in a cookie cutter land of gay consumerism. thanks. Steve