Many 'Straight' Men Have Gay Sex

Nearly 10% of Self-Proclaimed 'Straight' Men Only Have Sex With Men Sept. 18, 2006 -- Nearly one in 10 men who say they're straight have sex only with other men, a New York City survey finds. Full Story

“STOP THE HATE”

Since: Mar 09

amorica

#3233 May 12, 2009
flyboy wrote:
<quoted text>Fudge packing. You sound like a fifth grader. What do we call vaginal sex, p**sy boinking?
The vagina is where all types of fluids and bacteria come from. The vagina and a** have around the same amount of bacteria. And anal sex is not harmful if done responsibly.
When I was young, I didnt think of anal sex. When I was 12, I heard about it, I didnt really have much of a reaction. It isnt a big deal.
"Fudge packing" is WHAT lots of adults call it, to be polite. Ass %ucking is vulgar.
Vaginal sex is called "NORMAL." the end
flyboy

Richmond, VA

#3235 May 12, 2009
Patti Foster wrote:
<quoted text>
"Fudge packing" is WHAT lots of adults call it, to be polite. Ass %ucking is vulgar.
Vaginal sex is called "NORMAL." the end
Yeah, and all those adults are immature as well. Doesnt make it any better.

A** f**king is vulgar? Hmmm, funny. Its vaginal sex that is the cause of most AIDS in the world. And vaginal sex and anal sex are about equal in bacteria.

Vaginal sex is called vaginal sex. Its cool. Some people like it, some people dont. Normal is subjective.

What isnt subjective is the fact you are sort of clueless.
flyboy

Richmond, VA

#3236 May 21, 2009
Drew wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm a straight looking guy, I love C O C k in my young boy H ole
You seem to know exactly what I like to hear.
flyboy

Richmond, VA

#3237 May 21, 2009
About 80+% of the men I have had sex with identify as straight. What fun times I had with them.
And let me tell you, the homophobes know how to get down for sure. The biggest homophobes=the biggest c**k loving wh*res.

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#3238 May 21, 2009
flyboy wrote:
About 80+% of the men I have had sex with identify as straight. What fun times I had with them.
And let me tell you, the homophobes know how to get down for sure. The biggest homophobes=the biggest c**k loving wh*res.
I identify as straight, am married for 17 years. My wife and I have had 3somes (MMF) where I had sex with the other male on each occasion. Of course this was totally a blast, and my wife loved it as well. But again I am not attracted to men and would have a difficult time kissing one, I don't see guys that way and want to have sex, strange eh? I don't worry about it, it doesn't affect my life in any negative way, and there are positives in regards to my relationship with my wife. There are so many shades to sexuality it's hardly worth worrying about really. Tolerance of others personal feelings is much more important.
Kristian

Homer Glen, IL

#3239 May 21, 2009
When I was younger I always knew I wanted to be married, and knew I wanted to have children. I have always been sexual attracted to woman but i liked being with men. I identified as bisexual from high school till about my 2nd year of college. I dated men for years and when I told people I liked both woman and men and they dident believe me and told me i was gay or straight no in between. And then my junior year of college i met the love of my life and we have three beautiful children, and have been married for 10 years. Now when i think back to when i was having sex with men i dont know how i did it. I am not attracted to men at all. I am straight and have had sex with men. I guess i just liked to experiment when i was younger. So straight men do have sex with other men.

“Son of Abraham”

Since: Aug 07

Natural Deviant

#3240 May 22, 2009
MyNameIsMO wrote:
<quoted text>
I identify as straight, am married for 17 years. My wife and I have had 3somes (MMF) where I had sex with the other male on each occasion. Of course this was totally a blast, and my wife loved it as well. But again I am not attracted to men and would have a difficult time kissing one, I don't see guys that way and want to have sex, strange eh? I don't worry about it, it doesn't affect my life in any negative way, and there are positives in regards to my relationship with my wife. There are so many shades to sexuality it's hardly worth worrying about really. Tolerance of others personal feelings is much more important.
Kristian wrote:
When I was younger I always knew I wanted to be married, and knew I wanted to have children. I have always been sexual attracted to woman but i liked being with men. I identified as bisexual from high school till about my 2nd year of college. I dated men for years and when I told people I liked both woman and men and they dident believe me and told me i was gay or straight no in between. And then my junior year of college i met the love of my life and we have three beautiful children, and have been married for 10 years. Now when i think back to when i was having sex with men i dont know how i did it. I am not attracted to men at all. I am straight and have had sex with men. I guess i just liked to experiment when i was younger. So straight men do have sex with other men.
More and more I hear, "I'm straight but I have sex with other men". It's like saying, "I'm a vegetarian but I eat meat". IMO, straight guys can get one free-pass for "experimentation purposed" but if you go back for seconds you're not 100% straight. It takes a real man to fess up and admit he's not 100% straight.

btw, I've had sex with "straight" men and, no, you guys won't kiss. You'll get f*cked no problem but no kissing...
Cody

United States

#3241 May 22, 2009
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Sunnyvale, CA

#3242 May 22, 2009
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phil collin

Chicago, IL

#3243 May 22, 2009
i love sex
bnm

Mount Sherman, KY

#3244 May 22, 2009
i a se
Jim

Mount Sherman, KY

#3247 May 22, 2009
suck of a dog
Gee Dad

Los Angeles, CA

#3248 May 22, 2009
TampaBob wrote:
<quoted text>
Ok, then perhaps you should ask Ellen DeGeneres how she feels about Anne Heche!
As it applies to sex, as a gay man i'm sick and tired of folks only seeing a dick-in-an-**** when they think of Gay men (just talking about my perspective here).
There is a big difference between LOVE and SEXUAL INTIMACY. I truely believe that we have the capacity to "love" many people in our lives - but in very clear degrees.
I LOVE my son, but i'm not IN LOVE with him.
I LOVE my exwife, but i came to understand that i was never really IN LOVE with her.
I AM IN LOVE with my partner of 10 years. Our bond is one I thought i could never really have in my life, and i don't take it for granted.
Could i engage in sex with a woman right now if i so choose? Yep. Can i become sexually aroused by seeing a beautiful sexy woman? Yep.
Could i promise to love her and no other the way i love my partner? NO WAY IN HELL.
Please, bisexuality is about sexual contact and sexual intimacy.
Its FINE if you are bisexual. Hell, as i said before - i'm bisexual in that i am fully capable of having and enjoying sex with either men or women.
THE DIFFERENCE is about TRUE LOVE AND COMMITTMENT! I have never met a bisexual person who said "Yep, i can love a man or a woman with equal ease, devotion and committment."
Sorry, you can have sex with EITHER gender, but belive that deep in one's heart they KNOW the GENDER of the person they want to spend the rest of their life with - and that's either MALE or FEMALE.
I think the responsible thing would have been to have made the decision or steo to be a gay male long before having a child. Very unfair for him to now have to deal with your two very different lives that you have lived!
An Educated Guess

Los Angeles, CA

#3249 May 22, 2009
the milky one wrote:
What about a "strap on?" I recently bought one, as I was enticed from reading something on this forum. The first time we tried it, my husband said he had the best orgasm of his life! We use it regularly now. It turns me on to watch the whole thing in our bedroom mirror....and now I'm wanting to see if he'd get off with another man. That would be so hot for me to watch! I always seem to want to push the envelope just a little further:-)
Something tells me you're a little hard on the eyes and the hubby is about the same! If using a strap-on on your husband isn't a big deal, then why wouldn't I be surprised to hear that you keep this little practice very quiet around friends and family!

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#3250 May 22, 2009
McMike wrote:
<quoted text>
<quoted text>
More and more I hear, "I'm straight but I have sex with other men". It's like saying, "I'm a vegetarian but I eat meat". IMO, straight guys can get one free-pass for "experimentation purposed" but if you go back for seconds you're not 100% straight. It takes a real man to fess up and admit he's not 100% straight.
btw, I've had sex with "straight" men and, no, you guys won't kiss. You'll get f*cked no problem but no kissing...
If I was attracted to men to the point of wanting to cuddle and kiss then I would identify myself as Bisexual. If you think that 2 male to male experiences would make me bisexual then that s fine too. I would say that I am not 100% straight.
Does the same rule apply in reverse? If a gay man has sex with a woman more than twice then he is not gay but bi?
My "desires" regarding sex with another man are centric around my watching him having sex with my wife, the rest is just gravy (sorry for the pun).
If this makes me bisexual by some definition, fine.
I think that most people on here that are acting homophobic are probably single and just play with themselves, if they do this more than twice does this make them A-sexual?

My wife claims to be bisexual, I have seen her kiss another girl, but since we have been together I have not seen her have sex with another woman, but I believe her when she says she is Bi.
Xerxes

Bloomington, IN

#3251 May 22, 2009
I am not gay or bi - but I'd love to suck a pretty shemale's c**k while my woman watches and masturbates (she'd love it, too).
L-dog

Guelph, Canada

#3252 May 22, 2009
An Educated Guess wrote:
<quoted text>
Something tells me you're a little hard on the eyes and the hubby is about the same! If using a strap-on on your husband isn't a big deal, then why wouldn't I be surprised to hear that you keep this little practice very quiet around friends and family!
So what "little practices" do you blab to your friends and family? Do you tell your parents what goes on in the bedroom? I certainly won't be telling mine.
flyboy

Richmond, VA

#3253 May 22, 2009
MyNameIsMO wrote:
<quoted text>
I identify as straight, am married for 17 years. My wife and I have had 3somes (MMF) where I had sex with the other male on each occasion. Of course this was totally a blast, and my wife loved it as well. But again I am not attracted to men and would have a difficult time kissing one, I don't see guys that way and want to have sex, strange eh? I don't worry about it, it doesn't affect my life in any negative way, and there are positives in regards to my relationship with my wife. There are so many shades to sexuality it's hardly worth worrying about really. Tolerance of others personal feelings is much more important.
Thats great! Like I always say, labels are for clothes. Sexual orientation and sexual behavior are not 100% connected. Life is all about going out and having fun and living it to the fullest and doing what makes you happy, and people should not be pressured to fit a box. Sex is a fun great thing, why not explore it?
flyboy

Richmond, VA

#3254 May 22, 2009
Kristian wrote:
When I was younger I always knew I wanted to be married, and knew I wanted to have children. I have always been sexual attracted to woman but i liked being with men. I identified as bisexual from high school till about my 2nd year of college. I dated men for years and when I told people I liked both woman and men and they dident believe me and told me i was gay or straight no in between. And then my junior year of college i met the love of my life and we have three beautiful children, and have been married for 10 years. Now when i think back to when i was having sex with men i dont know how i did it. I am not attracted to men at all. I am straight and have had sex with men. I guess i just liked to experiment when i was younger. So straight men do have sex with other men.
You did it because most people are bisexual to some degree. And I am happy you are happy and found the love of your life. But, and dont be offended when I say this, your sexuality doesnt just eliminate itself. If you liked sex with men before, or were attracted to guys before, that doesnt just go away. It might be dormant and subconscious in a way, but it doesnt just go away.
flyboy

Richmond, VA

#3255 May 22, 2009
An Educated Guess wrote:
<quoted text>
Something tells me you're a little hard on the eyes and the hubby is about the same! If using a strap-on on your husband isn't a big deal, then why wouldn't I be surprised to hear that you keep this little practice very quiet around friends and family!
It isnt a big deal. Its all about exploring your body, pushing the sexual boundaries, and switching traditional gender roles. Its fun. No problem at all.

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