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“Gotta Love Poppycock”

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Jan 5, 2007
 
Just curious if you guy's that are gay do you switch at taking it . Or is one the giver and the other the taker.

Since: Dec 06

Indio, CA

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Jan 5, 2007
 
poppycock wrote:
Just curious if you guy's that are gay do you switch at taking it . Or is one the giver and the other the taker.
This must be one of those anal sex question. Somehow it doesn't seem like the proper venue to get so explicit about sexual issues, but in the interest of science the answer is that gay men do just about anything it is physically possible for a straight couple to do. Anal sex is not universally practiced. Some men ONLY give, some men ONLY take. Some switch. Oral sex is probably the most popular practice and in that instance, most gay men engage in it but there are a few will ONLY receive oral sex and a few who will ONLY give oral sex. Some gay men engage in both oral and anal sex, and some gay men will engage in neither. Some will NEVER kiss a man. Some only like self-masterbation or mutual masterbation but nothing else. Some gay men are virtually asexual; they love men, love being around them, but just have no desire to have a physical relationship. These same variations are found in straight men. The older one gets, the less important sex becomes and it's not unusual for older gay men to stop having sex completely. Those are facts that make people ask, "Well, if you're not having sex, how can you be gay?" The question is appropriate to straight people also. And the answer is that it's all about sexual orientation. Even celebate people have a gay, straight or bisexual orientation. They just don't act on it. It's not a confounding thing to understand. The Roman Catholic Church and a great many priests and nun, as do the Buddahist, and other religious groups who are celebate throughout their lifetimes. Yet they are abundantly aware of their sexual orientation. They simply don't act on it for religious reasons. So, sexual orientation for both gays and straight has a variety of ways in which it is expressed. Sometimes it means it isn't acted on at all.
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Jan 5, 2007
 
OO - Openly Okie wrote:
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This must be one of those anal sex question. Somehow it doesn't seem like the proper venue to get so explicit about sexual issues, but in the interest of science the answer is that gay men do just about anything it is physically possible for a straight couple to do. Anal sex is not universally practiced. Some men ONLY give, some men ONLY take. Some switch. Oral sex is probably the most popular practice and in that instance, most gay men engage in it but there are a few will ONLY receive oral sex and a few who will ONLY give oral sex. Some gay men engage in both oral and anal sex, and some gay men will engage in neither. Some will NEVER kiss a man. Some only like self-masterbation or mutual masterbation but nothing else. Some gay men are virtually asexual; they love men, love being around them, but just have no desire to have a physical relationship. These same variations are found in straight men. The older one gets, the less important sex becomes and it's not unusual for older gay men to stop having sex completely. Those are facts that make people ask, "Well, if you're not having sex, how can you be gay?" The question is appropriate to straight people also. And the answer is that it's all about sexual orientation. Even celebate people have a gay, straight or bisexual orientation. They just don't act on it. It's not a confounding thing to understand. The Roman Catholic Church and a great many priests and nun, as do the Buddahist, and other religious groups who are celebate throughout their lifetimes. Yet they are abundantly aware of their sexual orientation. They simply don't act on it for religious reasons. So, sexual orientation for both gays and straight has a variety of ways in which it is expressed. Sometimes it means it isn't acted on at all.
So, why should there be discriminatory benefits and subsidies for those who engage in such acts, against the collective will of the American People?

Why should the celebate have to pay for the discriminatory benefits and subsidies you demand?
Sopot

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Jan 5, 2007
 
OO - Openly Okie wrote:
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This must be one of those anal sex question. Somehow it doesn't seem like the proper venue to get so explicit about sexual issues, but in the interest of science the answer is that gay men do just about anything it is physically possible for a straight couple to do. Anal sex is not universally practiced. Some men ONLY give, some men ONLY take. Some switch. Oral sex is probably the most popular practice and in that instance, most gay men engage in it but there are a few will ONLY receive oral sex and a few who will ONLY give oral sex. Some gay men engage in both oral and anal sex, and some gay men will engage in neither. Some will NEVER kiss a man. Some only like self-masterbation or mutual masterbation but nothing else. Some gay men are virtually asexual; they love men, love being around them, but just have no desire to have a physical relationship. These same variations are found in straight men. The older one gets, the less important sex becomes and it's not unusual for older gay men to stop having sex completely. Those are facts that make people ask, "Well, if you're not having sex, how can you be gay?" The question is appropriate to straight people also. And the answer is that it's all about sexual orientation. Even celebate people have a gay, straight or bisexual orientation. They just don't act on it. It's not a confounding thing to understand. The Roman Catholic Church and a great many priests and nun, as do the Buddahist, and other religious groups who are celebate throughout their lifetimes. Yet they are abundantly aware of their sexual orientation. They simply don't act on it for religious reasons. So, sexual orientation for both gays and straight has a variety of ways in which it is expressed. Sometimes it means it isn't acted on at all.
So why on earth should discriminatory benefits and subsidies be provided for such behavior against the collective will of Americans?

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Jan 5, 2007
 
Sopot wrote:
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So, why should there be discriminatory benefits and subsidies for those who engage in such acts, against the collective will of the American People?
Why should the celebate have to pay for the discriminatory benefits and subsidies you demand?
Are you aware that Sopot is one of the most popular gay resorts in Poland?

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Since: Dec 06

Westland , MI

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Jan 5, 2007
 
After Burner wrote:
<quoted text>This is another beauty and will be added to the "HOW TO BE GAY MANUAL". Wow! mental illnes on display.
What is your problem and why are you here?
Sopot

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Jan 5, 2007
 
OO - Openly Okie wrote:
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This must be one of those anal sex question. Somehow it doesn't seem like the proper venue to get so explicit about sexual issues, but in the interest of science the answer is that gay men do just about anything it is physically possible for a straight couple to do. Anal sex is not universally practiced. Some men ONLY give, some men ONLY take. Some switch. Oral sex is probably the most popular practice and in that instance, most gay men engage in it but there are a few will ONLY receive oral sex and a few who will ONLY give oral sex. Some gay men engage in both oral and anal sex, and some gay men will engage in neither. Some will NEVER kiss a man. Some only like self-masterbation or mutual masterbation but nothing else. Some gay men are virtually asexual; they love men, love being around them, but just have no desire to have a physical relationship. These same variations are found in straight men. The older one gets, the less important sex becomes and it's not unusual for older gay men to stop having sex completely. Those are facts that make people ask, "Well, if you're not having sex, how can you be gay?" The question is appropriate to straight people also. And the answer is that it's all about sexual orientation. Even celebate people have a gay, straight or bisexual orientation. They just don't act on it. It's not a confounding thing to understand. The Roman Catholic Church and a great many priests and nun, as do the Buddahist, and other religious groups who are celebate throughout their lifetimes. Yet they are abundantly aware of their sexual orientation. They simply don't act on it for religious reasons. So, sexual orientation for both gays and straight has a variety of ways in which it is expressed. Sometimes it means it isn't acted on at all.
So why on earth should discriminatory benefits and subsidies be provided for such behavior against the collective will of Americans?
June VanDerMark

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Jan 5, 2007
 
After Burner wrote:
<quoted text>This is another beauty and will be added to the "HOW TO BE GAY MANUAL". Wow! mental illnes on display.
I thought Okie explained that very well. Thank you Okie. That was very enlightening to me and it doesn't seem that it is much different for many heterosexuals.

Of course there are people who believe that sex should never happen at all.

I know of a man of strict religious principals who married a woman and on their wedding night told her that he thought that sex was nasty. They were married for several years and never had sex. She finally left him.

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Jan 5, 2007
 
Sopot wrote:
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So, why should there be discriminatory benefits and subsidies for those who engage in such acts, against the collective will of the American People?
Why should the celebate have to pay for the discriminatory benefits and subsidies you demand?
You've REALLY popped your cork.

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Since: Dec 06

Peoria, Arizona

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Jan 5, 2007
 
Sopot wrote:
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So why on earth should discriminatory benefits and subsidies be provided for such behavior against the collective will of Americans?
What "discriminatory benefits and subsidies" are you referring to?

In what way do these benefits discriminate?

What are they subsidizing?
Pete 7186

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Jan 5, 2007
 
Sopot wrote:
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So, why should there be discriminatory benefits and subsidies for those who engage in such acts, against the collective will of the American People?
Why should the celebate have to pay for the discriminatory benefits and subsidies you demand?
Why should the majority be allowed to tyrannize the minority?
I'm sick and tired individuals like you who flaunt your so called values all over the place and then like the hypocrites that all of you are, attempt to deny anyone else a place at the table.
Why should single individuals have to pay taxes for the overcrowded school system your children may be attending? Why should single individuals have to pay taxes to subsidize those with large families that use more resources than a single person does?
Why should a single person have to subsidize married couples who get tax breaks, for which single individuals usually don't qualify for?
Just Visiting

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Jan 6, 2007
 
Why should the celebate have to pay for teh discriminatory benefits already given the heterosexual couples who choose to marry?
Sopot wrote:
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So, why should there be discriminatory benefits and subsidies for those who engage in such acts, against the collective will of the American People?
Why should the celebate have to pay for the discriminatory benefits and subsidies you demand?

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Since: Dec 06

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Jan 6, 2007
 
Just Visiting wrote:
Why should the celebate have to pay for teh discriminatory benefits already given the heterosexual couples who choose to marry?<quoted text>
Too bad you'll never get an answer from these people, they'll just come back with the same thing over, and over, and over, and over, and over, and over, and over, and over, and over, and over, and over. The use the same nonsensicle discriminatory wording each and every time. Never anything new. I think it comes from either being brainwashed or reparative therapy or both.
Lola from NC

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Jan 6, 2007
 
Mark From Caledonia MI wrote:
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Too bad you'll never get an answer from these people, they'll just come back with the same thing over, and over, and over, and over, and over, and over, and over, and over, and over, and over, and over. The use the same nonsensicle discriminatory wording each and every time. Never anything new. I think it comes from either being brainwashed or reparative therapy or both.
Mark, Have been meaning to tell you that you are to be admired for taking care of your partner's mother the way you are doing. So many would have just put her in a home and forgot about her. I know that has to be hard on you both, watching her slowly die. You and your partner are to be commended.

Don't know about your sex life (as it is none of my business nor anyone else's:) but in this instance you are most definitely a giver.

Take care of yourself....we don't want you to try for the fourth heart attack:)

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Jan 8, 2007
 
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Mark, Have been meaning to tell you that you are to be admired for taking care of your partner's mother the way you are doing. So many would have just put her in a home and forgot about her. I know that has to be hard on you both, watching her slowly die. You and your partner are to be commended.
Don't know about your sex life (as it is none of my business nor anyone else's:) but in this instance you are most definitely a giver.
Take care of yourself....we don't want you to try for the fourth heart attack:)
Thank you Lola. It's strange that people would lump all gay people into one catogory and say we are all just living our lives for ourselves. Not true, we also live for our families and friends, as do most people. People like you remind me that there is still good out there and a certain amount of understanding for something they are not themselves.(Gay)

I've already had four heart attacks, five stint implants and 19 angiograms. I've been in the hospital 24 times in less than four years. But, I'm still alive with as much fervor, if not more, than before the heart attacks. Strange thing is, I've been a vegetarian for almost 30 years. I grew up a gymnast and was being trained for the 1980 Olympics. How's that for history? Not one person in my family has heart disease. I think I was born with heart disease, and with all the hate and bigotry in our lives, I think it just got the better of me.

We are seeing my mother in law progressivly get worse, due to the lack of oxygen to her brain, she is less lucid. Hospice is here three times a week, a nurse is here 2 times a week, and a counselor is here weekly to help with all the things we just can't do. The bathing thing, I am not comfortable with. That should be left to a woman.lol They know more about that sort of thing than I do. But enough rambling, you all have a wonderful day.
Lola from NC

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Jan 8, 2007
 
Mark From Caledonia MI wrote:
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Thank you Lola. It's strange that people would lump all gay people into one catogory and say we are all just living our lives for ourselves. Not true, we also live for our families and friends, as do most people. People like you remind me that there is still good out there and a certain amount of understanding for something they are not themselves.(Gay)
I've already had four heart attacks, five stint implants and 19 angiograms. I've been in the hospital 24 times in less than four years. But, I'm still alive with as much fervor, if not more, than before the heart attacks. Strange thing is, I've been a vegetarian for almost 30 years. I grew up a gymnast and was being trained for the 1980 Olympics. How's that for history? Not one person in my family has heart disease. I think I was born with heart disease, and with all the hate and bigotry in our lives, I think it just got the better of me.
We are seeing my mother in law progressivly get worse, due to the lack of oxygen to her brain, she is less lucid. Hospice is here three times a week, a nurse is here 2 times a week, and a counselor is here weekly to help with all the things we just can't do. The bathing thing, I am not comfortable with. That should be left to a woman.lol They know more about that sort of thing than I do. But enough rambling, you all have a wonderful day.
Wow, a vegterian, great shape, no history in your family....you are right, you must have been born with some form of heart disease. You sound like you take good care of your self. Now if only we could not let some of the jerks on here and in real life get to us. Training for the 1980 Olympics...I am impressed.

Hospice is a wonderful organization. It is toward the top of the list of charities we contribute to.

I wouldn't be comfortable with the bathing thing either. It takes special people to be nurses, and I am not one of them. LOL

You have a great day too.

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Jan 8, 2007
 
Taking care of my parents as they passed on, one after the other, was significantly difficult and emotionally challenging, and sparked a pretty deep depression that was lasting.

The only thing I've ever encountered that could be substantially worse than losing one's parents while still young is losing a child in the same way.

It sucks.
PETEY

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Jan 8, 2007
 
I LOVE MEN!

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Jan 8, 2007
 
Sopot wrote:
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So, why should there be discriminatory benefits and subsidies for those who engage in such acts, against the collective will of the American People?
Why should the celebate have to pay for the discriminatory benefits and subsidies you demand?
For the same reason that they are paying for your benefits and subsidies.
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Jan 9, 2007
 
is anyone a gay male in here?

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