Apparition saidSo many hot guys on here have claimed to be virgins (as far as gay sex of any type goes). If you have had time to deal with coming out (and that is over with for the most part), and still not had any kind of sex - yet have a profile saying you would be up for it (ie. you are unhappy with celibacy):
What would it take to get you some experience? Do people have to ask YOU? Are you shy? Do you need to be married or some such? I havent seen anyone on here too ugly to get some kind of action, so what does your handsome prince need to know/say/do to sweep you off your feet.
Perhaps this is a rare instance that I'll speak about myself, and I'll try to be as vague and brief as much as possible (perhaps I could write more about it though at a later point)...
I've never been one to be shy despite the fact that I'm a recluse. In fact if I did find someone attractive, I don't mind voicing it to that person. If I wanted to be friends with a person too, I would also be open with that as well. One thing I've noticed about some of the shy people on Realjock, is that some are very reflexive (lack autonomy) and have admitted to agreeing to whatever sexual experience is offered to them, to the point they actually become sexually promiscuous. My lack of sexual activity then, actually reflects a strong independence of mind, which I find to be very masculine, liberating and affirming. I actively desire less and accept less, and it is something I actually want.
And to sort of respond to another poster, perhaps to him and many others, good sex requires extensive experience, but one of the reasons why I don't have it as well, is that I could fully visualized it to completion, and thus what is realized in the mind never has to be actualized. I don't think I'll ever have a problem knowing what to do. I already know that I am a stud and I don't have to partake in sex to know that. And having had sex on my mind so frequently and so vividly in the past (to a degree that may out do many people here), I have come to realize how unnecessary it actually is and learned how to sublimate those desires into intellectual activity.
So I could do without sex, and I could do without love. But understand that while I don't desire such things, I do have certain goals that I want accomplished. I think it was Plato that once stated that those who fully conquer themselves can conquer the world. So this lack of sexuality and the hundred of other things I detach and deprive myself from, reflects a mastery of self, a feat so rare that I believe it will lay the foundation for me to actualize very grandiose goals, as much as I would have other-wised actualized sexual ones.