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Type: Personal
Straight 81% 30 Votes
Gay 3% 1 Votes
Bi (or Bi curious) 14% 5 Votes
Other 3% 1 Votes

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37 Votes Total

Mar 15, 2014

Poll Replies (10)

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Jay G (65) I strongly believe sexuality is far more complicated than those who would put us neatly into boxes believe. I marked myself "bi" because a pretty face sucking my cock is a pretty face, and an ass is an ass despite taboos that would tell me otherwise.

I have no attraction to masculine features or muscle men or being fucked myself, so i don't easily fall into the "gay" box, either, and really resent those who believe that everyone falls into one of those 5 or 6 sexual boxes that the media tells us we are born to be in.

Bottom line (no pun intended): I am far more complicated sexually than that and I think most of us would agree if we were honest with ourselves.

03-15-14  03:28am

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jberryl69 (12) ^ I agree with w/Jay. But still I answered #1.

Back in the 70's I picked up a young girl at a party, played kissy face for awhile then realized this "girl" had stubble. I was rather, and immediately, turned off and dismissed "her". I wasn't pissed or anything because I did recognize that it was my mind, not his, that was the hurdle. It was okay with my mind until my mind realized that it wasn't the gender it was suppose to be and I couldn't exactly blame him for my mind's predisposition.

I also participated in some sexual play were there was at least one girl and me & another guy (though most times it was 2 girls and me) but the guy held no attraction during the play.

Yet there was a single occurrence where I was attracted to a guy enough to wonder what it might be like, but it was never acted on and dismissed rather quickly from my thoughts. I guess that was the extent of my bi-curious. All of this in the 70's.

G-damn, wouldn't it be great to be able to relive the 70's. Being there with what I know now. Whew!

03-15-14  07:52am

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pat362 (369) I have no problem saying that this guy or that guy is good looking but I have no desire to sexually interact with anyone that has a penis and I do not want to see any men interact sexually with each other. I wouldn't even want to d a threesome if the other person was a guy but then again I have no desire to do a threesome if the other person is a girl but I could be persuaded to try the later. For those reason I would say that I am as straight as they come.
03-15-14  07:53am

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Monahan (42) REPLY TO #1 - Jay G :

I, too, see this question being oversimplified. To me it's a matter of personal libido.

There are some guys who I will say are attractive in a physical sense but don't do anything at all that does, or could, "turn me on" at all. There are some ladies who many feel are very attractive but are not appealing at all to me...and vice versa.

Another totally different way of looking at it, would I be interested in paying for gay ot bisexual porn? Not a chance. Am I attracted to hermaphrodite porn? Nope.

All that said, by defining gay/straight, etc. as what "turns me on," I'm definitely straight.

03-15-14  09:17am

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Drooler (220) I'm straight. Period. Just being honest.
03-15-14  12:35pm

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graymane (31) What I find interesting about this poll inquiry is that although its tackled much of the obvious "conscious" things a straight male would ask himself, as well as "handle" in those circumstances..... not surprisingly, !00% have made it clear they wouldn't engage in nor have any interest in physically carrying out any phase of a gay encounter.

But what seems to be slid under the rug is the idea of approaching this same collection of data on a "subconscious" level: ...... DREAMS.
Have any of us here experienced a full-blown (pun intended) act of Homosexual activity with his same gender in the course of a dream?

I'm seeing a lot of red faces out there!
C'mon, be honest!
OK, guys, the ball is in your court.

03-15-14  06:30pm

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turboshaft (24) With regards to whom I've had sex with, I'd consider myself straight. But then I also hate sports, enjoyed Brokeback Mountain, and am not viscerally enraged by two men kissing in public, or really doing anything else for that matter.

The question reminds me of Gore Vidal, who on being perpetually asked about his orientation wrote that there is "no such thing as being gay, only gay sexual acts." Gore refusing to call himself gay may be more of a result of the era in which he grew up and became a published writer than anything else.

There's an enlightening paragraph from that article that explains my own irritation with our cultural obsession with labels and definitions: "The word homosexual, said Vidal, was invented in the 1890s and heterosexual in the 1930s: 'To create categories is the enslavement of the categorized because the aim of every state is total control over the people who live in it. What better way is there than to categorize according to sex, about which people have so many hang-ups?'"

I do think it mostly is just another bullshit social construct to control and divide people. Why else would we care about such things as "What makes a real man?" if not to simply invent arbitrary rules to further discriminate against people. Taken to its extreme it convinces idiots to decree that a man can't have anal sex with a woman because it's "gay," but watching two women have sex is somehow the height of male heterosexuality. It's that sort of boneheaded logic that's made the issue all the more unimportant to me.

03-15-14  07:58pm

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Cybertoad (104)
Been around through the so called sexual revolution. And all that, never had any interest in being a BrokeBack Mountain Movie. I saw that movie and was uncomfortable, mostly because they were too. But the sexuality part for me seemed outta place. I have had men approach me over the years, when I was younger, and would laugh it off politely but never had interest. Just not who I am , I am straight, I love tight pink pussy and thats all I gotta say about that .

03-16-14  08:08am

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Capn (28) Wot CT sed!

Cap'n. ;0)

03-16-14  04:01pm

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Jay G (65) REPLY TO #4 - Monahan :

I think that's it: "What turns me on" and sometimes that is complex.
03-16-14  04:29pm

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