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« on: April 17, 2017, 05:09:39 AM »

I have posed this question to guys before.
If you see two men naked in a room having sex,
which one is definitely the homosexual?
The bottom or the top?
Sure, to want to take it up the ass requires some sort of interest, but it does not require an erection, whereas the guy doing fucking must actually get a hardon looking at and touching the other guy.  He must have the desire.
The other guy could close his eyes and have a little bitty flaccid penis the whole time.
Maybe I'm wrong but I don't think a straight man could get it up to fuck another guy in
the ass.  If he can, he is lying about being straight.
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« Reply #1 on: April 17, 2017, 05:28:47 AM »

Not nexessarily. Close your eyes, can you tell the difference of who's mouth or hands are on you? I think the answer runs through nuances and different attitudes.

I have been with one or two women who were not gay, and not bi. But they came during our encounter. Perhaps the physical requirements for a man makes my experience moot.
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« Reply #2 on: April 17, 2017, 01:51:56 PM »

Perv, old pal, I think you are maybe insufficiently nuanced in your thinking. Try thinking more along the lines of the full spectrum of passive acceptance of inducements to gay sex in the middle of the spectrum, all the way out to very active seduction of pretty boys by flaming gays. That is only half the spectrum. The other half is the homophobic spectrum, from neutral to hysterical rejection of the whole idea of gay sex. The whole thing from one end to the other is the full spectrum from pro- to anti-.

One's position on the spectrum is a state of mind which can vary considerably, depending on circumstances: an environment where the only available sex is gay sex (ships at sea for weeks at a time, prison, boys' boarding school); social compatibility of potential partners; one's own susceptibility/suggestibility/submissiveness versus potential partner's powers of manipulation; everyone's level of horniness and need for sexual outlet... I could go on and on.

The human psyche is extremely malleable and pliable. We normally live in a highly controlled, heavily regulated social culture, and that limits our thinking considerably.

I am not inclined to the J. B. Watson theory of conditioning and behaviorism, that people can be conditioned almost without limit--at least not as far as he took it, but maybe my own thinking is too constrained in this regard.

Sex is, or certainly can and should be pleasurable. We like to have fun, socialize and enjoy each others' company. If hetero is available and that's what you crave, by all means have at it. If homo, for whatever reason, is at the top of the pile of possibilities, the main reason for abstaining is, imho, more a matter of cultural conditioning than innate instinct.

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« Reply #3 on: April 17, 2017, 04:01:08 PM »

The things you think about on Easter Sunday.  I think we are being trolled.
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