What's your opinion on this?
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Can't tell whether they're the hipster on the left or the hipster on the right
So /lgbt/, weirdest/most perverted thing you've caught your partner doing?
> Be me
> Coming home early from work because I had overtime to cut.
> Figure I'll surprise the bf and we'll have some fun. We've both been too busy lately and I wanna have sex.
> Come into our apartment.
> Don't see or hear him.
> Notice bathroom door is shut, light on.
> He's probably gonna take a shower.
> Get naked, plan on surprising him.
> Hear shower turn on.
> Wait a few seconds for him to get in.
> Open door silently.
> Sneak in. Pull back curtain.
> He's standing there fucking a cantaloupe.
> I literally have no response for this.
> Just stair awkwardly at eachother.
> he keeps fucking the melon.
> I just turn around and leave.
> We never talk about it.
> Fucked later.
> Still dating.
He actually gave it a couple thrusts before I went down on him later. Pretty much the best tasting oral I've had in ages. He offered to let me fuck one ( he bought several just in case he fucked it up once or twice. ) . I declined however. It apparently felt pretty good.
Bisexuals, how do the attributes you find attractive in men differ from those you find attractive in women?
I like boyish girls and girly boys. But I'm pretty flexible to people farther in either direction on that spectrum. Big tits and asses or big muscles have never been that much of a turn on for me, I don't really like hot people, I like cute people.
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Isn't the "born this way" slogan severely counter-productive?
I think it's very unlikely that sexuality is fully determined at birth, and much more probable that it's a fluid thing which can be in some way or another be affected by environment or upbringing or X factors. But it seems the only way hetero society is willing to accept us is if our differences are genetic and not a "choice," because that would be bad for some reason.
Why is the LGBT community pushing for this point of view, this "please let us in, we're just like you" rhetoric? What happened to the radical queers of the 70s and 80s who were looking to challenge all concepts of normalized sexuality? And really, isn't it stupid that we're afraid of admitting that sexuality can change and isn't fixed at birth? Is it because then people will be afraid that we could "turn" children gay?
Society needs to get to the point where it accepts that fucking whoever you want, however you want, being whatever you are, is not their business no matter if it's genetically determined or not. "Choice" shouldn't be bad. By pushing this whole idea of "born this way" we're whitewashing the movement into two gay guys living in the suburbs with an adopted Vietnamese kid and leaving everyone else behind.
A lot of it is determined at birth. We're bathed in hormones in the womb, too much or too little of something can cause homosexuality or transgenderedness. Scan a homosexual's brain and it looks different from a straight person's.
Yeah, fair enough, but don't all the differences in sexual attitudes throughout history and culture show that human sexuality has a social component as well? And in any case, I think this overt focus on whether sexuality is genetic or "natural" or not is unhealthy.
Honestly I think this is also why there's such a weirdly disbelieving attitude toward bisexuals even within the LGBT community, where they think they don't really exist and need to "pick" a side. The whole idea that you're born with a fixed sexuality makes people think you can't be born to like both.
I'm Bi-sexual and I completely disagree with the "Born-gay" notion. It makes no logical sense you will say how come people continue to be gay yet all the shit they suffer, ask any martyr of the christian faith the same thing because they believe whole heartily in their decision and convictions, I would say it's rather a choice just like choosing a religion it's just whatever peeks your fancy and you like or prefer defiantly not born that way.
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