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Am I the only gay guy that doesn't buy the "straight guy sees the light" bullshit?

 
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I'd give this a 1 *


butt that would look like a sphincter
to you and you'd probably hit it !
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Re: Am I the only gay guy that doesn't buy the "straight guy sees the light" bullshit?
Does homosexuality go against the natural, religious, and scientific perspectives? Also understand not to inflate the importance of the scientific perspective, as it is derived from the observations of the natural perspective.
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Re: Am I the only gay guy that doesn't buy the "straight guy sees the light" bullshit?
OK. So I'm 40 years old, and I came out when I was 16, which means I came out when being openly gay was socially marginalizing, if not downright dangerous to your physical person. This threat came almost exclusively from straight men, and it was the social norm. Since then, this new attitude towards homosexuals has arisen in many quarters, and I must say it has made life easier for me in many key respects. However, in spite of this, I can't say I entirely buy this overnight epiphany that straight men have allegedly had regarding gays, especially gay MEN.

Homosexuals have treated like social lepers, if not as downright evil incarnate for the past 2000 years. Don't you think it's odd that straight men SUDDENLY got over it? I'm personally pretty skeptical, and don't think this is a change in behavior due to moral conviction, but rather to the fact that it's been made fashionable by the mass media to be cool to gays. Also, straight women have never cared the way straight men do, and since they have so much clout today I think straight men have just caved in to being cool, so their girlfriends don't get mad at them.

Am I the only gay guy that thinks this? It feels phony to me. I just don't believe them.
 Quoting: riffraffrocks


You can't make everyone like you man. Some people will always be averse to homosexuality. As long as they aren't using violence against you I would just go on with life and not care about what other people are really thinking. Tolerance does not equal acceptance, nor should it.
 Quoting: OKCconspiradude


Tolerance doesn't equal acceptance. Fine! That's honest. It also means that gay men should stop acting like straight men are there buds, because that will never be the case. You can train a lion to tolerate a lamb in its cage, but it doesn't change the fact that it's a lion. Frankly, straight men have demonstrated themselves to be too cruel over the ages to be reformed. Gay men better remember that...
 Quoting: riffraffrocks


It sounds like you are threatened by your own projections.

Not every gay man is like you.

Your own personal relationships depend on how you act and what you do.

Some people are just more naturally liked than others.

All you are doing is spreading your own form of paranoia.
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Answer this for yourself and you will see the light.
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So would you rather I call you a fag OP?
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Re: Am I the only gay guy that doesn't buy the "straight guy sees the light" bullshit?
It is fashionable for a woman to have a "gay friend".. and yes, it is the media.

The media and the "gay agenda" (which seems to be supported by crazy old straight men, not the so-called "homosexual" community).

If you can demasculinize men, teach them to take their aggression out on football teams or other socially engineered effigy.. you control them. They become docile.
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Re: Am I the only gay guy that doesn't buy the "straight guy sees the light" bullshit?
OK. So I'm 40 years old, and I came out when I was 16, which means I came out when being openly gay was socially marginalizing, if not downright dangerous to your physical person. This threat came almost exclusively from straight men, and it was the social norm. Since then, this new attitude towards homosexuals has arisen in many quarters, and I must say it has made life easier for me in many key respects. However, in spite of this, I can't say I entirely buy this overnight epiphany that straight men have allegedly had regarding gays, especially gay MEN.

Homosexuals have been treated like social lepers, if not as downright evil incarnate for the past 2000 years. Don't you think it's odd that straight men SUDDENLY got over it? I'm personally pretty skeptical, and don't think this is a change in behavior due to moral conviction, but rather to the fact that it's been made fashionable by the mass media to be cool to gays. Also, straight women have never cared the way straight men do, and since they have so much clout today I think straight men have just caved in to being cool, so their girlfriends don't get mad at them.

Am I the only gay guy that thinks this? It feels phony to me. I just don't believe them.
 Quoting: riffraffrocks

So you don't believe them - so what?

Do you respect straight men? Should you? If you do, how do straight men know you mean it? What if straight men don't believe you mean it - should you be tested? How sincere are you? Who should decide?

You know what I think? I think you're a rapist. Not because you're gay. But because you want to delve into people's souls - and judge them. You don't want tolerance, and you don't even want acceptance. You have dreams of total emotional love for every aspect of your being, and the social destruction of those who don't give you exactly what you want. AND you want to be the one with the power to judge the sincerity of other peoples acceptance of you.

You are sick - literally psychologocally ill - to want such a thing. Your desire IS illness. It has NOTHING to do with homosexuality. Homosexuality is merely the cover you are using for a totalitarian obsession so intense, you would actually try to grasp another's very soul, and judge it's sincerity in praising your wonderfulness. This is Caligula shit.

Get help.
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Sheesh, calm down.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18958614

Oh I assure you, I'm calm.

Fuck you.

Clear?
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OK. So I'm 40 years old, and I came out when I was 16, which means I came out when being openly gay was socially marginalizing, if not downright dangerous to your physical person. This threat came almost exclusively from straight men, and it was the social norm. Since then, this new attitude towards homosexuals has arisen in many quarters, and I must say it has made life easier for me in many key respects. However, in spite of this, I can't say I entirely buy this overnight epiphany that straight men have allegedly had regarding gays, especially gay MEN.

Homosexuals have been treated like social lepers, if not as downright evil incarnate for the past 2000 years. Don't you think it's odd that straight men SUDDENLY got over it? I'm personally pretty skeptical, and don't think this is a change in behavior due to moral conviction, but rather to the fact that it's been made fashionable by the mass media to be cool to gays. Also, straight women have never cared the way straight men do, and since they have so much clout today I think straight men have just caved in to being cool, so their girlfriends don't get mad at them.

Am I the only gay guy that thinks this? It feels phony to me. I just don't believe them.
 Quoting: riffraffrocks

So you don't believe them - so what?

Do you respect straight men? Should you? If you do, how do straight men know you mean it? What if straight men don't believe you mean it - should you be tested? How sincere are you? Who should decide?

You know what I think? I think you're a rapist. Not because you're gay. But because you want to delve into people's souls - and judge them. You don't want tolerance, and you don't even want acceptance. You have dreams of total emotional love for every aspect of your being, and the social destruction of those who don't give you exactly what you want. AND you want to be the one with the power to judge the sincerity of other peoples acceptance of you.

You are sick - literally psychologocally ill - to want such a thing. Your desire IS illness. It has NOTHING to do with homosexuality. Homosexuality is merely the cover you are using for a totalitarian obsession so intense, you would actually try to grasp another's very soul, and judge it's sincerity in praising your wonderfulness. This is Caligula shit.

Get help.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1610534


Sheesh, calm down.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18958614

Oh I assure you, I'm calm.

Fuck you.

Clear?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1610534


Yeah you seem pretty angry, pissed off.
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Re: Am I the only gay guy that doesn't buy the "straight guy sees the light" bullshit?
Every behaviour is learned, it's taught. If you had never seen your mother kiss your father and you never had a grandmother who demanded a kiss on the cheek every time she came over to visit, you would grow up never knowing there was such a thing. If every time you got kissed by your grandmother she immediately proceeded to slap you across the face you would associate the act with hate and violence instead of love and tenderness.

Years ago when a fag walked by your father would say, "Look at that dirty queer," in a disgusted tone. On TV if they were portrayed at all, they were portrayed as vile degenerates, perverts, kidnappers, molesters.

Today your dad is mostly silent and on TV the queer is the brave hero of the story. You're right that nobody has seen the light, because that's not what it is. It's not about seeing the light. It's a matter of an induced change of perception. Society has been re-educated so to speak. Well, not all of us, most of us.
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I never saw homosexuals as a child and yet I had those feelings within me and thought I was the only one.
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Unless a child has been molested he or she does not think about sex. A child is a brain that is forming, who are just that a child growing up learning as they go! If you say you like dolls, well I liked toy guns and toy cars, but I am heterosexual female.
Don't come off that you knew as a child, unless you were told you were or molested.
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Every behaviour is learned, it's taught. If you had never seen your mother kiss your father and you never had a grandmother who demanded a kiss on the cheek every time she came over to visit, you would grow up never knowing there was such a thing. If every time you got kissed by your grandmother she immediately proceeded to slap you across the face you would associate the act with hate and violence instead of love and tenderness.

Years ago when a fag walked by your father would say, "Look at that dirty queer," in a disgusted tone. On TV if they were portrayed at all, they were portrayed as vile degenerates, perverts, kidnappers, molesters.

Today your dad is mostly silent and on TV the queer is the brave hero of the story. You're right that nobody has seen the light, because that's not what it is. It's not about seeing the light. It's a matter of an induced change of perception. Society has been re-educated so to speak. Well, not all of us, most of us.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27409139


I never saw homosexuals as a child and yet I had those feelings within me and thought I was the only one.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26551418


Unless a child has been molested he or she does not think about sex. A child is a brain that is forming, who are just that a child growing up learning as they go! If you say you like dolls, well I liked toy guns and toy cars, but I am heterosexual female.
Don't come off that you knew as a child, unless you were told you were or molested.
 Quoting: Daughter


Agreed. Generally until 8-10, next to no thoughts exist. In 10-14, some do, but barely enough. It's 14-16 that starts to think about sex in any real way, usually.

I'm gay and first developed crushes around 12-14, and real attractions around 14-16, and my first time was 16-17.

Ages 1-12 was pure innocence.

If that poster means Ages 12+ as still 'childhood', which it is in a way, then I'd agree with them. Otherwise, I agree with you.
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Since I was about 40 I started having more "straight" guy friends than gay ones. Don't know how it happened but it did. The a funny thing started happening. My "straight buddies" and I would go out for a drink or two - then back to one of our houses and he usually mad the first move! A quick kiss, or a grope, or an excuse to get into my spa but doesn't have a swim suit & since we'er both guys, who cares? Once in the spa, a hand, a touch, an erection and we're off and running.

And it almost invariably leads to sex! They want to "try" it - they're curious, they've always wondered, etc. Next thing you know they're swinging on my cock or they've got their ass in the air asking me to fuck them!

I mean it wasn't one or two. I was like a dozen in a year. I never said or did anything that even would or coud have conveyed any interest to them on my part, because I figured they were 'straight" and felt we were friends and nothing more. I did find a couple attractive, but no more so than you might think someone you met or know is pretty or handsome. But that was the extent of it, I swear!

The number of "straight" guys who seem to want to try gay sex is astounding! And most of them want to play the "passive" or "feminine" role in bed when they do try it. (Suits me fine because I much prefer the top or active role, myself.)

Most of these guys I've stayed friends with. A couple finally came out. a couple are still married and cheating on their wives, and three I know are dating men as well as women now. Oh, and one or two stop by once in a while for a booty call at my house. To tell the truth, I've had more sex with my "straight male friends" than I ever managed to have with my gay buddies. So far none of them have freaked out about it. Most have wanted a repeat in the middle of the night or early the next morning, (and they got one.) And somehow we're still friends. I do NOT understand what is happening. I've never wanted to seduce straight men. I always figured they had their preference and I had mine and never the twain would meet. Seems I was wrong somehow.

I stopped trying to analyze it and have just accepted it as being the way things are right nwo. Maybe it will change. May it won't. The only slightly "scary" think is one of these guys thinks he may be in love with me. He says he's found feelings and emotions in bed with me that he only dreamed of finding with his ex wife. How do you respond to that? And not responding to it seems at the very least rude and worse, even insensitive to his feelings
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Since I was about 40 I started having more "straight" guy friends than gay ones. Don't know how it happened but it did. The a funny thing started happening. My "straight buddies" and I would go out for a drink or two - then back to one of our houses and he usually mad the first move! A quick kiss, or a grope, or an excuse to get into my spa but doesn't have a swim suit & since we'er both guys, who cares? Once in the spa, a hand, a touch, an erection and we're off and running.

And it almost invariably leads to sex! They want to "try" it - they're curious, they've always wondered, etc. Next thing you know they're swinging on my cock or they've got their ass in the air asking me to fuck them!

I mean it wasn't one or two. I was like a dozen in a year. I never said or did anything that even would or coud have conveyed any interest to them on my part, because I figured they were 'straight" and felt we were friends and nothing more. I did find a couple attractive, but no more so than you might think someone you met or know is pretty or handsome. But that was the extent of it, I swear!

The number of "straight" guys who seem to want to try gay sex is astounding! And most of them want to play the "passive" or "feminine" role in bed when they do try it. (Suits me fine because I much prefer the top or active role, myself.)

Most of these guys I've stayed friends with. A couple finally came out. a couple are still married and cheating on their wives, and three I know are dating men as well as women now. Oh, and one or two stop by once in a while for a booty call at my house. To tell the truth, I've had more sex with my "straight male friends" than I ever managed to have with my gay buddies. So far none of them have freaked out about it. Most have wanted a repeat in the middle of the night or early the next morning, (and they got one.) And somehow we're still friends. I do NOT understand what is happening. I've never wanted to seduce straight men. I always figured they had their preference and I had mine and never the twain would meet. Seems I was wrong somehow.

I stopped trying to analyze it and have just accepted it as being the way things are right nwo. Maybe it will change. May it won't. The only slightly "scary" think is one of these guys thinks he may be in love with me. He says he's found feelings and emotions in bed with me that he only dreamed of finding with his ex wife. How do you respond to that? And not responding to it seems at the very least rude and worse, even insensitive to his feelings
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Not responding is one of (but not the very) worst things you could do. Be honest but compassionate, is all.
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OK. So I'm 40 years old, and I came out when I was 16, which means I came out when being openly gay was socially marginalizing, if not downright dangerous to your physical person. This threat came almost exclusively from straight men, and it was the social norm. Since then, this new attitude towards homosexuals has arisen in many quarters, and I must say it has made life easier for me in many key respects. However, in spite of this, I can't say I entirely buy this overnight epiphany that straight men have allegedly had regarding gays, especially gay MEN.

Homosexuals have been treated like social lepers, if not as downright evil incarnate for the past 2000 years. Don't you think it's odd that straight men SUDDENLY got over it? I'm personally pretty skeptical, and don't think this is a change in behavior due to moral conviction, but rather to the fact that it's been made fashionable by the mass media to be cool to gays. Also, straight women have never cared the way straight men do, and since they have so much clout today I think straight men have just caved in to being cool, so their girlfriends don't get mad at them.

Am I the only gay guy that thinks this? It feels phony to me. I just don't believe them.
 Quoting: riffraffrocks


It is "phoney".
The left is using gays to destroy moral values like family,
etc.
This is why the left controlled media are pushing
"gay rights" as much as possible.
But don't worry, when the left takes over completly,
after killing all of the collaborators who helped
bring about a glorious communist world(after all you can't
trust a traitor)they will turn their attention to gays.
Because they will not want you to weaken their
communist society the way they used you to weaken ours.
Just check out what happens when the commies take over.
Jews, and any other religion, gays and lesbians, and of course libertarians will either be enslaved or killed.
Has happened under every collectivist system, from
Nazi germany to communist china and russia.
Now the gay rights supporters are really behind you
(sorry) because they have been indoctrinated, they don't really feel that way, but they think they should.
Enjoy this gay liberation as much as you can, because
when the people behind it(every socialist country in
the world) take over completly you and other gays
wull be on the end of a bayonette.
Feel better?
You can ignore the consequences of
your actions, but you cannot ignore
the RESULTS of the consequences of your actions

Ayn Rand
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I`m being honest.I believe that if everyone would just say what`s on there minds rather than doing themselves a disservice and keeping there true feelings bottled up, things would be tremendously easier in life.
 Quoting: objective viewer


Nothing in the thread says I'm bitching about the increasing tolerance of gays. I'm only question how sincere straight men are that's all. And I don't think they're sincere at all precisely because deep down they find it "fucking repulsive". I'd rather everyone just be honest about this stuff, and stop being so politically correct (ESPECIALLY GAY MEN). Thanks for the honest reply.
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They are not "repulsed" by it. They want to be fisted in the ass, stupid bitch!
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Maybe in Brazil the men like to be fisted,but i assure you that`s not the case in N. AMERICA.
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I can ASSure you that is the case EVERYWHERE.
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Since I was about 40 I started having more "straight" guy friends than gay ones. Don't know how it happened but it did. The a funny thing started happening. My "straight buddies" and I would go out for a drink or two - then back to one of our houses and he usually mad the first move! A quick kiss, or a grope, or an excuse to get into my spa but doesn't have a swim suit & since we'er both guys, who cares? Once in the spa, a hand, a touch, an erection and we're off and running.

And it almost invariably leads to sex! They want to "try" it - they're curious, they've always wondered, etc. Next thing you know they're swinging on my cock or they've got their ass in the air asking me to fuck them!

I mean it wasn't one or two. I was like a dozen in a year. I never said or did anything that even would or coud have conveyed any interest to them on my part, because I figured they were 'straight" and felt we were friends and nothing more. I did find a couple attractive, but no more so than you might think someone you met or know is pretty or handsome. But that was the extent of it, I swear!

The number of "straight" guys who seem to want to try gay sex is astounding! And most of them want to play the "passive" or "feminine" role in bed when they do try it. (Suits me fine because I much prefer the top or active role, myself.)

Most of these guys I've stayed friends with. A couple finally came out. a couple are still married and cheating on their wives, and three I know are dating men as well as women now. Oh, and one or two stop by once in a while for a booty call at my house. To tell the truth, I've had more sex with my "straight male friends" than I ever managed to have with my gay buddies. So far none of them have freaked out about it. Most have wanted a repeat in the middle of the night or early the next morning, (and they got one.) And somehow we're still friends. I do NOT understand what is happening. I've never wanted to seduce straight men. I always figured they had their preference and I had mine and never the twain would meet. Seems I was wrong somehow.

I stopped trying to analyze it and have just accepted it as being the way things are right nwo. Maybe it will change. May it won't. The only slightly "scary" think is one of these guys thinks he may be in love with me. He says he's found feelings and emotions in bed with me that he only dreamed of finding with his ex wife. How do you respond to that? And not responding to it seems at the very least rude and worse, even insensitive to his feelings
 Quoting: MarkinAZ


Didn't I say it??

They want to be fisted in the ass but are too afraid to ask!!

TRUST ME!!!
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So would you rather I call you a fag OP?
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Why don't you do what comes natural (and we all know what that is).
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Answer this for yourself and you will see the light.
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????????????
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Die in a fire, you queer fuck. You love having crap smeared on your cock, FFS.

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Re: Am I the only gay guy that doesn't buy the "straight guy sees the light" bullshit?
Since I was about 40 I started having more "straight" guy friends than gay ones. Don't know how it happened but it did. The a funny thing started happening. My "straight buddies" and I would go out for a drink or two - then back to one of our houses and he usually mad the first move! A quick kiss, or a grope, or an excuse to get into my spa but doesn't have a swim suit & since we'er both guys, who cares? Once in the spa, a hand, a touch, an erection and we're off and running.

And it almost invariably leads to sex! They want to "try" it - they're curious, they've always wondered, etc. Next thing you know they're swinging on my cock or they've got their ass in the air asking me to fuck them!

I mean it wasn't one or two. I was like a dozen in a year. I never said or did anything that even would or coud have conveyed any interest to them on my part, because I figured they were 'straight" and felt we were friends and nothing more. I did find a couple attractive, but no more so than you might think someone you met or know is pretty or handsome. But that was the extent of it, I swear!

The number of "straight" guys who seem to want to try gay sex is astounding! And most of them want to play the "passive" or "feminine" role in bed when they do try it. (Suits me fine because I much prefer the top or active role, myself.)

Most of these guys I've stayed friends with. A couple finally came out. a couple are still married and cheating on their wives, and three I know are dating men as well as women now. Oh, and one or two stop by once in a while for a booty call at my house. To tell the truth, I've had more sex with my "straight male friends" than I ever managed to have with my gay buddies. So far none of them have freaked out about it. Most have wanted a repeat in the middle of the night or early the next morning, (and they got one.) And somehow we're still friends. I do NOT understand what is happening. I've never wanted to seduce straight men. I always figured they had their preference and I had mine and never the twain would meet. Seems I was wrong somehow.

I stopped trying to analyze it and have just accepted it as being the way things are right nwo. Maybe it will change. May it won't. The only slightly "scary" think is one of these guys thinks he may be in love with me. He says he's found feelings and emotions in bed with me that he only dreamed of finding with his ex wife. How do you respond to that? And not responding to it seems at the very least rude and worse, even insensitive to his feelings
 Quoting: MarkinAZ


Interesting reply, and thoughtful. I wonder what your secret is?
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Since I was about 40 I started having more "straight" guy friends than gay ones. Don't know how it happened but it did. The a funny thing started happening. My "straight buddies" and I would go out for a drink or two - then back to one of our houses and he usually mad the first move! A quick kiss, or a grope, or an excuse to get into my spa but doesn't have a swim suit & since we'er both guys, who cares? Once in the spa, a hand, a touch, an erection and we're off and running.

And it almost invariably leads to sex! They want to "try" it - they're curious, they've always wondered, etc. Next thing you know they're swinging on my cock or they've got their ass in the air asking me to fuck them!

I mean it wasn't one or two. I was like a dozen in a year. I never said or did anything that even would or coud have conveyed any interest to them on my part, because I figured they were 'straight" and felt we were friends and nothing more. I did find a couple attractive, but no more so than you might think someone you met or know is pretty or handsome. But that was the extent of it, I swear!

The number of "straight" guys who seem to want to try gay sex is astounding! And most of them want to play the "passive" or "feminine" role in bed when they do try it. (Suits me fine because I much prefer the top or active role, myself.)

Most of these guys I've stayed friends with. A couple finally came out. a couple are still married and cheating on their wives, and three I know are dating men as well as women now. Oh, and one or two stop by once in a while for a booty call at my house. To tell the truth, I've had more sex with my "straight male friends" than I ever managed to have with my gay buddies. So far none of them have freaked out about it. Most have wanted a repeat in the middle of the night or early the next morning, (and they got one.) And somehow we're still friends. I do NOT understand what is happening. I've never wanted to seduce straight men. I always figured they had their preference and I had mine and never the twain would meet. Seems I was wrong somehow.

I stopped trying to analyze it and have just accepted it as being the way things are right nwo. Maybe it will change. May it won't. The only slightly "scary" think is one of these guys thinks he may be in love with me. He says he's found feelings and emotions in bed with me that he only dreamed of finding with his ex wife. How do you respond to that? And not responding to it seems at the very least rude and worse, even insensitive to his feelings
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Not responding is one of (but not the very) worst things you could do. Be honest but compassionate, is all.
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I'm so sorry! I haven't been on this page for a week or so. Again, I wonder what your secret is. Are all straight men lying about their revulsion towards gay sex, or are you just finding a stream of bisexuals?
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Since I was about 40 I started having more "straight" guy friends than gay ones. Don't know how it happened but it did. The a funny thing started happening. My "straight buddies" and I would go out for a drink or two - then back to one of our houses and he usually mad the first move! A quick kiss, or a grope, or an excuse to get into my spa but doesn't have a swim suit & since we'er both guys, who cares? Once in the spa, a hand, a touch, an erection and we're off and running.

And it almost invariably leads to sex! They want to "try" it - they're curious, they've always wondered, etc. Next thing you know they're swinging on my cock or they've got their ass in the air asking me to fuck them!

I mean it wasn't one or two. I was like a dozen in a year. I never said or did anything that even would or coud have conveyed any interest to them on my part, because I figured they were 'straight" and felt we were friends and nothing more. I did find a couple attractive, but no more so than you might think someone you met or know is pretty or handsome. But that was the extent of it, I swear!

The number of "straight" guys who seem to want to try gay sex is astounding! And most of them want to play the "passive" or "feminine" role in bed when they do try it. (Suits me fine because I much prefer the top or active role, myself.)

Most of these guys I've stayed friends with. A couple finally came out. a couple are still married and cheating on their wives, and three I know are dating men as well as women now. Oh, and one or two stop by once in a while for a booty call at my house. To tell the truth, I've had more sex with my "straight male friends" than I ever managed to have with my gay buddies. So far none of them have freaked out about it. Most have wanted a repeat in the middle of the night or early the next morning, (and they got one.) And somehow we're still friends. I do NOT understand what is happening. I've never wanted to seduce straight men. I always figured they had their preference and I had mine and never the twain would meet. Seems I was wrong somehow.

I stopped trying to analyze it and have just accepted it as being the way things are right nwo. Maybe it will change. May it won't. The only slightly "scary" think is one of these guys thinks he may be in love with me. He says he's found feelings and emotions in bed with me that he only dreamed of finding with his ex wife. How do you respond to that? And not responding to it seems at the very least rude and worse, even insensitive to his feelings
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Yea...some men are so into satisfying their sexual needs that they will try to put themselves into situations where they can get it, even if it's with a male. I'm female and one of my straight male friends told me that he had done that when he was younger. He's totally into women, though.
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Since I was about 40 I started having more "straight" guy friends than gay ones. Don't know how it happened but it did. The a funny thing started happening. My "straight buddies" and I would go out for a drink or two - then back to one of our houses and he usually mad the first move! A quick kiss, or a grope, or an excuse to get into my spa but doesn't have a swim suit & since we'er both guys, who cares? Once in the spa, a hand, a touch, an erection and we're off and running.

And it almost invariably leads to sex! They want to "try" it - they're curious, they've always wondered, etc. Next thing you know they're swinging on my cock or they've got their ass in the air asking me to fuck them!

I mean it wasn't one or two. I was like a dozen in a year. I never said or did anything that even would or coud have conveyed any interest to them on my part, because I figured they were 'straight" and felt we were friends and nothing more. I did find a couple attractive, but no more so than you might think someone you met or know is pretty or handsome. But that was the extent of it, I swear!

The number of "straight" guys who seem to want to try gay sex is astounding! And most of them want to play the "passive" or "feminine" role in bed when they do try it. (Suits me fine because I much prefer the top or active role, myself.)

Most of these guys I've stayed friends with. A couple finally came out. a couple are still married and cheating on their wives, and three I know are dating men as well as women now. Oh, and one or two stop by once in a while for a booty call at my house. To tell the truth, I've had more sex with my "straight male friends" than I ever managed to have with my gay buddies. So far none of them have freaked out about it. Most have wanted a repeat in the middle of the night or early the next morning, (and they got one.) And somehow we're still friends. I do NOT understand what is happening. I've never wanted to seduce straight men. I always figured they had their preference and I had mine and never the twain would meet. Seems I was wrong somehow.

I stopped trying to analyze it and have just accepted it as being the way things are right nwo. Maybe it will change. May it won't. The only slightly "scary" think is one of these guys thinks he may be in love with me. He says he's found feelings and emotions in bed with me that he only dreamed of finding with his ex wife. How do you respond to that? And not responding to it seems at the very least rude and worse, even insensitive to his feelings
 Quoting: MarkinAZ


Yea...some men are so into satisfying their sexual needs that they will try to put themselves into situations where they can get it, even if it's with a male. I'm female and one of my straight male friends told me that he had done that when he was younger. He's totally into women, though.
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hahahahaha omg what a bunch of queers in this fucking thread... clearly those guys were not straight my friend. clearly they were gay and you must be quiet a noticably gay person. I can tell a gay from a mile away. A friendship has borders and as soon as those borders are crossed, you are gay, regardless if it's a one time thing. Gay people are not born gay. Gayness is a curiousity, that is the forbidden fruit
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Re: Am I the only gay guy that doesn't buy the "straight guy sees the light" bullshit?
Since I was about 40 I started having more "straight" guy friends than gay ones. Don't know how it happened but it did. The a funny thing started happening. My "straight buddies" and I would go out for a drink or two - then back to one of our houses and he usually mad the first move! A quick kiss, or a grope, or an excuse to get into my spa but doesn't have a swim suit & since we'er both guys, who cares? Once in the spa, a hand, a touch, an erection and we're off and running.

And it almost invariably leads to sex! They want to "try" it - they're curious, they've always wondered, etc. Next thing you know they're swinging on my cock or they've got their ass in the air asking me to fuck them!

I mean it wasn't one or two. I was like a dozen in a year. I never said or did anything that even would or coud have conveyed any interest to them on my part, because I figured they were 'straight" and felt we were friends and nothing more. I did find a couple attractive, but no more so than you might think someone you met or know is pretty or handsome. But that was the extent of it, I swear!

The number of "straight" guys who seem to want to try gay sex is astounding! And most of them want to play the "passive" or "feminine" role in bed when they do try it. (Suits me fine because I much prefer the top or active role, myself.)

Most of these guys I've stayed friends with. A couple finally came out. a couple are still married and cheating on their wives, and three I know are dating men as well as women now. Oh, and one or two stop by once in a while for a booty call at my house. To tell the truth, I've had more sex with my "straight male friends" than I ever managed to have with my gay buddies. So far none of them have freaked out about it. Most have wanted a repeat in the middle of the night or early the next morning, (and they got one.) And somehow we're still friends. I do NOT understand what is happening. I've never wanted to seduce straight men. I always figured they had their preference and I had mine and never the twain would meet. Seems I was wrong somehow.

I stopped trying to analyze it and have just accepted it as being the way things are right nwo. Maybe it will change. May it won't. The only slightly "scary" think is one of these guys thinks he may be in love with me. He says he's found feelings and emotions in bed with me that he only dreamed of finding with his ex wife. How do you respond to that? And not responding to it seems at the very least rude and worse, even insensitive to his feelings
 Quoting: MarkinAZ


Yea...some men are so into satisfying their sexual needs that they will try to put themselves into situations where they can get it, even if it's with a male. I'm female and one of my straight male friends told me that he had done that when he was younger. He's totally into women, though.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 7880169


hahahahaha omg what a bunch of queers in this fucking thread... clearly those guys were not straight my friend. clearly they were gay and you must be quiet a noticably gay person. I can tell a gay from a mile away. A friendship has borders and as soon as those borders are crossed, you are gay, regardless if it's a one time thing. Gay people are not born gay. Gayness is a curiousity, that is the forbidden fruit
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and by the way... you are right about some fags having sex with other fags because they lack sex in general

but i would MUCH rather pay $80 for a whore rather than stick my penis in a MAN

that is a mental disorder as many people have stated..
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smell my finger.
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Re: Am I the only gay guy that doesn't buy the "straight guy sees the light" bullshit?
Since I was about 40 I started having more "straight" guy friends than gay ones. Don't know how it happened but it did. The a funny thing started happening. My "straight buddies" and I would go out for a drink or two - then back to one of our houses and he usually mad the first move! A quick kiss, or a grope, or an excuse to get into my spa but doesn't have a swim suit & since we'er both guys, who cares? Once in the spa, a hand, a touch, an erection and we're off and running.

And it almost invariably leads to sex! They want to "try" it - they're curious, they've always wondered, etc. Next thing you know they're swinging on my cock or they've got their ass in the air asking me to fuck them!

I mean it wasn't one or two. I was like a dozen in a year. I never said or did anything that even would or coud have conveyed any interest to them on my part, because I figured they were 'straight" and felt we were friends and nothing more. I did find a couple attractive, but no more so than you might think someone you met or know is pretty or handsome. But that was the extent of it, I swear!

The number of "straight" guys who seem to want to try gay sex is astounding! And most of them want to play the "passive" or "feminine" role in bed when they do try it. (Suits me fine because I much prefer the top or active role, myself.)

Most of these guys I've stayed friends with. A couple finally came out. a couple are still married and cheating on their wives, and three I know are dating men as well as women now. Oh, and one or two stop by once in a while for a booty call at my house. To tell the truth, I've had more sex with my "straight male friends" than I ever managed to have with my gay buddies. So far none of them have freaked out about it. Most have wanted a repeat in the middle of the night or early the next morning, (and they got one.) And somehow we're still friends. I do NOT understand what is happening. I've never wanted to seduce straight men. I always figured they had their preference and I had mine and never the twain would meet. Seems I was wrong somehow.

I stopped trying to analyze it and have just accepted it as being the way things are right nwo. Maybe it will change. May it won't. The only slightly "scary" think is one of these guys thinks he may be in love with me. He says he's found feelings and emotions in bed with me that he only dreamed of finding with his ex wife. How do you respond to that? And not responding to it seems at the very least rude and worse, even insensitive to his feelings
 Quoting: MarkinAZ


Yea...some men are so into satisfying their sexual needs that they will try to put themselves into situations where they can get it, even if it's with a male. I'm female and one of my straight male friends told me that he had done that when he was younger. He's totally into women, though.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 7880169


hahahahaha omg what a bunch of queers in this fucking thread... clearly those guys were not straight my friend. clearly they were gay and you must be quiet a noticably gay person. I can tell a gay from a mile away. A friendship has borders and as soon as those borders are crossed, you are gay, regardless if it's a one time thing. Gay people are not born gay. Gayness is a curiousity, that is the forbidden fruit
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No, I'm not gay at all. Neither is he. I'm probably the only person he's ever told about it. I think he was just using other men to satisfy he's sexual urges.

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