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 loveisatemple
Joined: 3/28/2014
Msg: 76
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It is really boring to keep engaging this but I will once more because of your need to needle me, and "prove yourself right" in what has to be an argument with you. I'm sure you'll come back because you have to have the last word, which is quite pathetic.

Interesting how YOU bumped this thread from years ago and say I am the one copping an attitude when you claimed : 1 I was scared, nice assumption, please go on attack for no reason or basis 2 Never had any relationships of any substance, like you know me 3 Needed you to sort me out and define me, which is something any thinking person does not do about another person's identity 4 I think I am really unique, again, have no idea what or where that came from or what it means 5 Am afraid of bi, gay labels, maybe you are projecting 6 My friends who are bi, are wrong about their identity but you as a self proclaimed 100 percent straight man knows better than they, what their definition is 7 other baffling accusations, assumptions I have no idea wtf they mean 8 You cannot just have any sort of discussion without becoming a dogmatic patronizer who makes assumptions and thinks he knows all, why, when I bet you know no one bi, gay have no experience whatsoever, but claim yourself as a higher authority based on nothing...It wouldn't matter, if you had any sensitivity . Some people just accept what others are saying about these identity issues without turning it into an argument.

I am sure men have a great difficulty admitting not being 100 percent straight, it is still taboo and people like you contribute to that. Like oooh, such a big deal to reside somewhere along the grey area. Maybe it is, if you grew up in a small minded place and have no mind of your own. It's like having a drop of Black blood, "you are Black". One shouldn't see in grey, only black and white. It is not your place to define others, only they know themselves enough to do so. You are not only not all knowing, but reveal yourself to be quite ignorant and tedious in your attempts to "argue and win" in what is only a fricken discussion.

Get over yourself. You do this BS a lot, telling people your view is "the truth" and attempt to invalidate other people's povs, unless they align with yours.

You are wrong. Your perspectives are just yours. I know you're attached to them, but the feck cares when half the time you have no idea what you're talking about and are just trying to validate your opinions because they're yours.
 norwegianguy123
Joined: 10/27/2014
Msg: 77
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Posted: 1/26/2015 9:15:36 PM

^^^^Ya know, you’re being a bit of a d!ck. It’s not your place to identify someone’s sexuality to them and argue about it.

I'm arguing the definition of hetero/homo/bi. They are arguing it just as much as I. Am I wrong in my argument -- if so, how so? And how is the other person not being a d!ck?

If someone describes themselves as being left-handed, but they don't want to "call themselves that" -- that's Fine. I'm not arguing that. If someone can be non-platonically attracted to both genders, they don't have to call themselves Bi, either. I'm not tell ANYONE what label *to go by*. Repeat: I am not telling ANYONE what label *to go by*.

If someone who is left-handed doesn't want to "call themselves that", because, say, social stigmas, stereotypes about this and that they've experienced about being a "lefty" -- that's fine (odd, but okay, fine). However, if they want to say they Are Not Left-Handed -- that's different. Then they're Expecting definitions to change Around Them.

So if someone doesn't want to go by "gay", and instead wants to go by "SSA" -- fine. However, if they say "I am NOT gay/homosexual" -- while they are only non-platonically attracted to the same sex -- sorry, you are. There's nothing wrong with it. In fact, if anything, They're the ones who have issues about the term, not I. My argument comes from not changing definitions to suit one's Cowardice. Whether it's a left-handed person, someone who's bi-sexual, someone who's not asexual but claims to be so -- etc etc.

You’ve done it now, repeatedly, even after she explained her feelings. How about letting it go.

How about you say the same to her?

I am sure men have a great difficulty admitting not being 100 percent straight, it is still taboo and people like you contribute to that.

No, it's not taboo. And yes, many straight men And women have a difficult time admitting it. People like me? I'm not bashing gays/bis. I'm calling people out who make False Claims, and calling it what it is (that's kind of what forums are for).

You refuse to hit the issue head on, except to go on and play victim to what I'm calling it out for: One doesn't change simple definitions just because it's Personal to them. It doesn't change the definition of heterosexual, heterosexual, or bisexual.

Because something's very personal to them and their sexuality is askew, but they do enjoy/partake in sexual experiences, doesn't mean they're asexual -- even if they cry and stammer that they are. That doesn't fit the definition of a-sexual. Asexual = non-sexual. A=non.

If someone is non-platonically Attracted to both genders, they are bi-sexual. They are both homosexual and heterosexual. That's all. Whether we're talking about you, me, the guy down the road, etc -- stick to what I'm saying that you disagree with, and tell me why. Not because of "experiences" -- that's moot.

I can understand not wanting to be Identified by that Term and just merely leaving it at that. It may give the impression by society to assume one has a strong sex drive, or favors both genders equally in the same fashion, etc. I understand. But if it's non-platonic attraction to both genders, that's simply what the Very Broad term of bi-sexual means. That's it. You can cry to your bi-sexual friends who don't like that, etc. That's not going to change it. If you want to go to a more Specific Term than just hetero/homo/bi -- Great! There's other terms too, one can prefer to use. Just make sure it's accurate -- not for a sense of acceptance, if you're going to argue with others. :)
 loveisatemple
Joined: 3/28/2014
Msg: 78
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Posted: 1/26/2015 11:20:24 PM
As usual, you skirt your obnoxiousness and ignorance, the claim you can define better than anyone, what their sexuality or identity is, or that you know anything about the topic, know anyone who has identified as bi, gay, other and that 3 rigid categories in your limited knowledge and experience emcompasses Everybody. Stay ignorant. I don't need to bother taking you seriously. When called out on your false assumptions, you just make more.

"No, it's not taboo. And yes, many straight men And women have a difficult time admitting it. People like me? I'm not bashing gays/bis. I'm calling people out who make False Claims, and calling it what it is (that's kind of what forums are for)."

Who made "false claims"? You tried to assume I was this, that, or the other, not knowing me but deciding I was trying to be unique, was scared, was inexperienced, etc. all for the sake of your bs stances.

When corrected, you just kept rolling with an inflexible pov, because you are a dogmatic little f*ck. You said I cannot call myself straight, though that is my experience and not for you to determine A or B and I pointed to the grey area, which is that many men do not appeal to me, or being with a man isn't necessarily the crux of my existence. I may have alluded to energy or spirituality and you scoffed because you are all about the earthbound, the genitalia, whatever....

"You refuse to hit the issue head on, except to go on and play victim to what I'm calling it out for: One doesn't change simple definitions just because it's Personal to them. It doesn't change the definition of heterosexual, heterosexual, or bisexual. "

No, I discussed everything I wanted to but that went over your head and you decided I was lying, for your made up reasons. I am unused to people like you who cannot tolerate differences. I grew up in a liberal place where a lot of people came to avoid people like you who attempt to define them, based on their own prejudice and lack of experience and knowledge.

But, I know I am wasting my breath on somebody who thinks others are "making false claims" (what idiocy, what is the motive for that, in this scenario).. So, you think people lie.

Interesting, I am sure if you had any non 100 percent hetero experiences or thoughts(that makes you bi!) you would never admit it, because in many parts of the world, it is taboo, and your claim it isn't, is more of your bs justifying posture.

"If someone is non-platonically Attracted to both genders, they are bi-sexual. They are both homosexual and heterosexual. That's all. Whether we're talking about you, me, the guy down the road, etc -- stick to what I'm saying that you disagree with, and tell me why. Not because of "experiences" -- that's moot. "

Thank you Captain Obvious. Is that what has your fur up? Your rudimentary awareness of the "2 poles of sexuality"?

" You can cry to your bi-sexual friends who don't like that, etc. That's not going to change it. If you want to go to a more Specific Term than just hetero/homo/bi -- Great! There's other terms too, one can prefer to use. Just make sure it's accurate -- not for a sense of acceptance, if you're going to argue with others. :)"

Again, you think people are lying to you, but you know the "real truth".

Unlike you, I know of many bis who define themselves as gay, for different reasons, one was the community was important, or they just had that preference.

It is not for ME, to say, no you are bi, because you once dated a man or woman.

Identity IS self defined, not by a tribunal of judges who grew up in the midwest or bumf*ckEgypt.

I know 2 women who lived as gay women in their 20s, came out, then in their 30s dated straight men, married, had families. They don't call themselves bi, either. Some in that exact scenario, do call themselves bi.

I had a lot of co workers who were gay, always knew they were, and a few might have had an opposite sex bf or gf. They do not call themselves bi.

2 women, a couple, call themselves gay, but had dated men in college. One had a male movie star she had on her wall and said she'd go straight for him, but she never called herself bi. I don't think the term offends her or all others, though it offends some, just that they identify with one side more.

Ime, people tend to choose gay or straight vs bi, though I did know a few people, like friends of an ex, who said they were bi, and even said they prefer one gender for relationships, the other for hookups, and that if they were in a straight relationship, the other side needed to be expressed at some point. Another bi identified person said didn't matter to her who she loved at any point in her life, but hoped it would last forever. Etc.

Obviously, these people knew themselves, and went with what self definition seemed truest, and sometimes that even changed, decades later. I guess sexuality and identity can be complex, for some people. But, it is self defined.

Apparently, people think bis or gays are just weirdos and feel the need to provide a label for them, than hear what they say. It isn't a scarlet letter.

It isn't always easy for them to self identify. Identity or sexuality isn't always black and white, though many, including I, always thought of it as so until one questions it. If one searches one's assumptions, it is clear what is favored in society at large and how deep that goes. If one knew any gays or bis, one would understand they are no different from others, but that can be hard to accept, for some people.
 calguy14
Joined: 8/17/2014
Msg: 79
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Posted: 1/27/2015 12:54:04 AM
David Bowie was married to a woman,had swx with both genders,now straight and married for many years. Lou Reed.Sexuality is fluid for some,who knows,maybe for everybody under the right circumstances.
Where did Walt's go?:)
 Vannili
Joined: 7/8/2008
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Posted: 1/27/2015 4:55:30 AM
MSG #1 :
According to Dr. Edgar Cayce ,there is no such thing as soul mate, and I believe his explanation. My belief is each of us already form in our consciousness the kind of person whom we want to spend our life one on one ,through our observation on people. I have so many friends, male and mostly female that we always bond, pot luck/party or going to some places, you may say we have great feelings to each other. what I observe is we are respectful ,giving and laugh a lot. But I don't call that we are soul mates.
I would like to share you my story, when I was young I was an expat , working and moonlighting to send money home for family, On my day off I clean houses, tourist guide and in the evening I dance in a club where those American service men from these huge ships hangouts. to make a story short, I was fighting with this girl {I can't remember the reason} verbal combatant , I geared myself like Manny Pacqiaow ready to give her a punch, This American guy sitting in a booth, said stop several times to me in a nice way, I guessed he was bothered drinking his beer by loud voices or my raining saliva is reaching him. He stand up and grab me and kiss me on the mouth for a long time, until I calm down. I was a topic of gossiped in the community > hah that is the girl kissed by AMERICANO. The truth is we don't hang out with American service men . we women think that only prostitutes hang out with them.... from that night I decided I will marry an American man by hook or by crook. Yes I married an American man 2 x divorce, it lasted 18 years until he passed away. I don't think he was my soul mate or maybe he was my soul mate who am I to argue with you.
We work it to have a good marriage that is all I can say. In this day , I still go for Americano for a partner.
 norwegianguy123
Joined: 10/27/2014
Msg: 81
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Posted: 1/27/2015 10:49:24 AM

Who made "false claims"? You tried to assume I was this, that, or the other, not knowing me but deciding I was trying to be unique, was scared, was inexperienced, etc. all for the sake of your bs stances.

It's as simple as this: You claim that you are Attracted (non-platonically) to people of both genders, yet, you are saying you are Not bi-sexual. YOU were identifying yourself, not I. I am arguing that a particular Word does apply to you, by it's definition.... and that No, one doesn't change the definition for everyone else to avoid "labeling".

Here's an example that people are Cowards about: Atheist. A-theist. Like a-bacterial = non-bacterial, it's not the same as anti-bacterial. It's a word dependent on another.

A-theist = non-theist. So, for ANY reason, if one does not fit the definition of a Theist, they are Atheist. It's an "on/off" situation. People don't like that. They freak out. Why? The social stigma.

So if someone's not anti-theist, I can understand they not wanting to go by "atheist" -- fine. Say "non-theist" or "not theist" or "agnostic" when that fits. But they're still atheist, though, and that's the point. They're just choosing to use another term. That's not the cowardice.

However, if they want to Re-Define the term "a-theist" to NOT mean merely "non-theist", they're digging themselves a hole. It'd be like someone trying to Re-Define "a-bacterial" NOT to mean merely "non bacterial", or Re-Define "a-sexual" NOT as "not sexual" -- for a sense of belonging, etc.

These are extremely General terms. Just because a general term doesn't pinpoint someone, or in society in its current times give someone the wrong impression -- Doesn't Mean it doesn't apply and one doesn't fall into it. THAT is where the logical mistake, out of emotion, is being made.

like friends of an ex, who said they were bi, and even said they prefer one gender for relationships, the other for hookups, and that if they were in a straight relationship, the other side needed to be expressed at some point.

Yes, degrees of excitement or in what way of one gender over another is meaningless about "homo/hetero/bi". All it means is -- Are you (non-platonically) Attracted to the a certain gender? That's IT. What you're jumping the gun on is that one's sexuality can easily be More Complex than that. I AGREE! I mean, attracted on the non-platonic level -- there can be a LOT MORE there under the hood, right? Of course. The problem is, that's not what those definitions are aiming to do. They're General as hell, they're Not TRYING to describe any sub-categories or pinpoint how one is. Classify oneself in a more specific category -- fine. But if one has (any flavors of) non-platonic attraction to folks of both genders, they're bi. That's just the definition, and it's a simple (and general one). Again, I'm not arguing that you have to wear that on a name-tag.
 basilisk123
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Posted: 1/27/2015 12:20:32 PM
Um, I don't know what I would do if I all of a sudden felt like a dude was my soulmate(whatever that is).
I am more open to accepting things and people because it is in my nature, but to find out that you, as a guy, love another guy would be pretty shocking if you thought you were 100% straight your entire life.

In the world of anime, it happens all the time. "I don't like guys, I like you." is a pretty common line in anime and manga dealing with the subject of this. Were as the only major movie I heard about with this subject in american media is "Broke back mountain" (which I never seen because I heard it was a sad movie).
The thought of me doing a dude is very cringe worthy, but the love aspect is normal enough.

BL(boys love) manga is actually a big deal over there with a huge female market. Kinda weird.
 Tarnished_Knight
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Posted: 1/27/2015 1:55:16 PM
If, by soul-mate, you mean someone with whom I have a deep abiding affinity for, then perhaps I accept this "soul-mate" talk, but with a grain of salt.

However, even if it were true, this I know: my "soul-mate" would not be another male, former male, or wanna-be male. Put bluntly, my "soul-mate" would not have any hint of y chromosome in her genome.

TK
[my XY only mingles intimately with XX]
 VolkanoKing
Joined: 8/1/2014
Msg: 84
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Posted: 1/27/2015 2:06:30 PM
"BL(boys love) manga is actually a big deal over there with a huge female market. Kinda weird."

I've heard of this. There are some women who are into "slash porn"...When Harry Potter was all the rage there was LOADS of it.. "shipping" fiction written between Harry and many of his male teachers. Women gobbled it up. Not sure what the appeal is, maybe it's the same as guys watching lesbians go at it, but women seem to particularly enjoy the build up, soap opera part of the story along with the sex. Maybe it seems cute, safe, fun to read about. Sexy to some.
 basilisk123
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Posted: 1/27/2015 5:53:42 PM
I was kinda scared to look up something called "slash porn". lol
It made sense after I wiki'ed it. I see now. It is basically porn with an actual story, it just happens to feature Male/Male.

Ya, I think it is a fetish deal. To each their own, there is a lot worse things out their than gay/lesbian fetishes.
 south_city
Joined: 10/12/2013
Msg: 86
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Posted: 1/28/2015 8:20:33 AM
If this did happen, I would make sure my feelings towards him are genuine before taking any possible action. Having said that, it is highly unlikely my "soul mate" would be a man.
 nocrapzone
Joined: 1/10/2015
Msg: 87
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Posted: 1/28/2015 10:20:06 AM
The Japanese do have different tastes. Bukkake, anyone?
 nocrapzone
Joined: 1/10/2015
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Posted: 1/28/2015 10:20:53 AM
Or octupi "servicing " 8 women at once.
 basilisk123
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Posted: 1/29/2015 7:21:01 PM
The Japanese do have different tastes. Bukkake, anyone?-nocrapzone

You have no idea...

There is a japanese restaurant that makes "cannibal cake"

A cake shaped like a young woman that bleeds and has edible internal organs...
yeah...
yeah...
...
kinda grossed out thinking about it.
I will just stick to the school girls with souls of japanese battleships anime. That is way better type of weird.
 deetristate
Joined: 12/4/2014
Msg: 90
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Posted: 1/29/2015 7:40:53 PM
Reading the OP again, it all sounds kind of Tom Ripleyish to me. Misinterpreting friendship. Almost an imperative these days.
 CTRLvector
Joined: 9/21/2014
Msg: 91
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Posted: 1/29/2015 8:02:50 PM
Uh, im not wired that way so I can't be attracted to men. I mean sure, I've had some sexy friends - peters for example was a dude in the Army and he had strippers buying him cloths and stuff. Which was funny, because that's kind of backwards - but I taught him how to lift, and it was on after that. I mean women were diving in front of him. He had chiseled face, blue eyes, was 6'-0 - wasn't fat, wasn't skinny, had natural muscle even before he started lifting with me.

Anyway the point is - even if he was gay I would be really put off. I would be disgusted by the thought of any type of sexual contact with him. And we were great friends, hell we played WoW together and tore it up lol in PvP. We also beat down some cholo's together who made the mistake of getting pissed off at the wrong gents outside of a strip club - probably pissed about losing all their drug dealing meth money on busted roast beef - and Davis (hilarious friend who was kind of fat) made the mistake of saying "what do you want, some dick?" which was a bad thing to say considering they could have been packing, but it was a really good bonding experience because we bloodied them, and busted out 2 of their windows as they tried to drive off.

The point is he was a bit of a soul-mate I would say, but we weren't gay, we were just brothers in arms. And that's where we left it. I mean we joked about going gay for each other, but gay,fart,lewd,disgusting, jokes are what keep you sane. So yeah, no, your wiring is different if you can be attracted to any man.
 deetristate
Joined: 12/4/2014
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Posted: 2/4/2015 7:38:25 PM
The "cool" thing would have been to go all in these days.
 dragonbytes
Joined: 12/25/2014
Msg: 93
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Posted: 2/4/2015 8:01:27 PM
It all depends, is the guy wealthy, does he know how to take care of a guy like me?

I am old fashioned, treat me to nice dinners, wine and dine me, take me on a world wide tour, let me know he will really work at winning me over. Don't try and feel me up on the first date, be respectful.

He gets extra points if he is at least at least 5'10" with a muscular built, love them big muscular biceps and broad shoulders.

Now if offers to buy me a new Tesla Model X, he is my kind of soulmate.
 mike11091
Joined: 8/25/2013
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Posted: 2/5/2015 12:39:20 PM

The point is he was a bit of a soul-mate I would say, but we weren't gay, we were just brothers in arms. And that's where we left it. I mean we joked about going gay for each other, but gay,fart,lewd,disgusting, jokes are what keep you sane. So yeah, no, your wiring is different if you can be attracted to any man.


I happen to totally agree with this.

I've had what I believe is called "bromance", in which I have a very close, completely hetero, male friend. And the situation was oddly similar to Vector's. (minus the wow). He attracted women like moths to a flame, but this was during a time in my life when I had considerably less respect for women than I do now.

I've had similar friendships with women, oddly enough. Strictly platonic, bromance type friendships. And, I'm not sure why, but people assume the same things: that you MUST be sleeping together.

Is it some sort of requirement that I stick my willy in anything that slightly resembles a personal bond?

If that's true: watch out, whiskey.
 norwegianguy123
Joined: 10/27/2014
Msg: 95
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Posted: 2/5/2015 6:33:10 PM

I've had similar friendships with women, oddly enough. Strictly platonic, bromance type friendships. And, I'm not sure why, but people assume the same things: that you MUST be sleeping together.

If you're single & she's single... or you hang out 1-on-1 and for some reason her SO is usually not around -- yeah. If she's what anyone could guess would be at least moderately attractive to him -- he's wanting her, and they have a connection, hanging out 1-on-1? Yeah, he wants to bang her. Because there is a difference there. An observer (especially one who knows you) is going to give the benefit of the doubt that you're not sexually attracted to the good male friend where chemistry isn't going to bleed into sexuality.

Is it some sort of requirement that I stick my willy in anything that slightly resembles a personal bond?

No, actually... I think it's that many guys will stick their willy in pretty much anything reasonably attractive when both parties are single. :) Hence, if there's chemistry had clearly visible to others, folks are going to assume he's at least wanting to stick a fork in her (even if he doesn't expect to and is 100% fine not doing so).

I mean, replace a guy & gal doing that where there's lots of banter, kino, chemistry, etc -- and replace the gal with a pretty ugly woman (in comparison to him; he would NOT find remotely attractive physically). Is that going to change how they flow? Absolutely. Just sayin'.
 mike11091
Joined: 8/25/2013
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Posted: 2/5/2015 7:40:41 PM

I mean, replace a guy & gal doing that where there's lots of banter, kino, chemistry, etc -- and replace the gal with a pretty ugly woman (in comparison to him; he would NOT find remotely attractive physically). Is that going to change how they flow? Absolutely. Just sayin'.


I agree that this is a common occurrence, however, not the only possibility.

Personally, I've had lady friends for years that I don't have any attraction to. Similar to how I view my guy friends, I just don't think of them that way. The attraction piece isn't even on the table, so their looks don't matter. That was the point behind asking the rhetorical question "is it some sort of requirement that I stick my willy in anything that slightly resembles a personal bond?". So, yeah, you could probably replace some of my friends with uglier (in some cases, I'm not sure that's possible) versions and I'd still feel the same about them because attraction just doesn't play into my thought processes (regarding people I consider friends).


An observer (especially one who knows you) is going to give the benefit of the doubt that you're not sexually attracted to the good male friend


Not typically. Sure, people who know you will give you the benefit of the doubt, but TYPICALLY, people assume gay when they see two dudes that are close friends. My current GF thought I was gay with one of my friends because he practically lives at my house. That's simply observing the frequency of his visits. She's not the first to make that assumption, either, as he and I have been friends for about 6 years and over that time, we have defended our heterosexuality on numerous occasions. We have determined that it must be because we dress well...
 tgif111
Joined: 10/24/2014
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Posted: 2/12/2015 5:39:12 AM

you have found your soul mate and you are in love. AND this new friend/ soul mate feels the same way about you. Keep in mind, you have identified as 100% straight for your whole life. What would you do?


I would come to realization that I was wrong all my life and that I am actually a homosexual which you now are.

live with it.
 tgif111
Joined: 10/24/2014
Msg: 98
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Posted: 2/12/2015 5:39:53 AM

I was kinda scared to look up something called "slash porn"


it's original name was "snuff porn" where an actress who thought she was making a porn movie was actually murdered at the end. this was during the Charles Manson era in the late 60's-early 70's.
 basilisk123
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Posted: 2/12/2015 6:01:22 AM
^^^That was my thought when VK first mentioned the term, "slash"
I was very relieved that it was just male/male porn with story, and no sort of creepy violent stuff.

You see it alot in manga and anime, that is just the western equivalent.
 calguy14
Joined: 8/17/2014
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Posted: 2/12/2015 8:25:25 AM
I think this might happen some times between guys,one is secretly gay and worships the alpha.And wants to worship. :)
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