Different Types of Sexuality/Identifications

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    Nov 13, 2015 8:13 AM GMT
    http://www.yoursexualorientation.info/Sexual_Orientation_Myths.php

    I thought I would post a link so that many of the uneducated users on here could have the opportunity to break out of their gay/bi/straight bullshit umbrella of sexuality. I've responded to a few too many ignorant homos on here who continue demonstrating that they themselves do not deserve tolerance for liking dick, as they bash on many other smaller, less popular identifications in order to feel strong and compensate for the fact that they were probably called a faggot growing up and still haven't fully recovered. Last time I checked you can't get angry at someone rejecting your identification of being gay, when you equally reject others who identify themselves as pan-sexual, bisexual, dual sexual, leaning/varied, or even someone who is unsure of any label, etc
  • LJay

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    Nov 13, 2015 2:35 PM GMT
    That's nice.
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    Nov 13, 2015 4:22 PM GMT
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    OMG, what a mess. Please calm down. First of all you are referring to this thread

    http://www.realjock.com/gayforums/4137314

    where I had already explained pan as orientation but also

    where (and what your irritation seems to be)...

    TO23 said
    UndercoverMan saidANY sexual practice? So you're into shit play?

    Any covers a WHOLE lotta territory! That's why I think pansexuality is a crock of shit.


    Any sexual practice is referring to sexual orientation, the fact that you brought up shit play is just demonstrates that you're being juvenile.


    ...which is both a misunderstanding on your part and a careless misread on the so-called lawyer's part of what...

    RaulMoonPride said that...I have found on Wikipedia..."Pansexuality is a human sexual orientation characterized by the sentimental, romantic, sexual and aesthetical attraction independently of the gender or sex of other people and any sexual practice."


    He was in the wrong to misread "any sexual practice" as a part of an orientation when what he referred to said specifically that it was independent of the orientation. That gay men kiss does not making kissing gay, anyone can kiss. This is not complicated. Also, of course, he was being disgusting to emphasize his wrong point, as if we wouldn't have noticed him being wrong without his drawing our attention to it. So that's either a kindness or a stupidity. Judge for yourselves.

    But also you've fucked up, because you stated that "sexual practice is referring to orientation" when that is just as untrue. We might in fun call ourselves practicing homosexuals but that's just to assure we eventually get it right. Practice makes perfect, it does not make an orientation.

    Where some confusion might play by all this bullshit, is the difference between identity and orientation which, again, is not defined by practice. A str8 man can have sex with a gay man, that doesn't make him gay. A gay man can have sex with another gay man yet identify as a str8 man, that doesn't make him str8.

    Orientation is how we are oriented on the inside, to what gender--or, I suppose for the exotic among you, the inanimate object of your desire--turns us on. This is pretty simple. Same sex attraction is gay/lez. Opposite sex attraction is str8. Either is bi. Following so far? Because it's gonna get a little complicated now: neither/either could be a) asexual when the sex drive is low or b) pan/omni when not just str8, gay or bi but when combined with an attraction to--hold onto your heads, they're about to explode--trans.

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    I know, I know, this is quite shocking and needs more study. But from what we seem to know so far, some people are naturally born intersex. That we know. Then--ok, get out the smelling salts--why wouldn't some people be naturally attracted to them if they are naturally occurring? Others alter their born genders by how they feel naturally inside. Then, again, why wouldn't some others be naturally attracted to them also. Those attracted to them include the pan/omni people who are not gender specific in their attractions, whether or not they practice any specific preference which is not by itself an orientation, the preference of practice, not the orientation of attraction.

    So orientation is an attraction, not an act. Not even acting str8 which is more a matter of identifying not of orienting. It is that simple. Get over it.
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    Nov 14, 2015 12:40 AM GMT
    So what is it called when you are attracted to Men but don't like to suck cock?
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    Nov 14, 2015 12:43 AM GMT
    Alpha13 saidSo what is it called when you are attracted to Men but don't like to suck cock?


    selfish
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    Nov 14, 2015 1:22 AM GMT
    Alpha13 saidSo what is it called when you are attracted to Men but don't like to suck cock?


    suckaphobia likely caused by global warming.
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    Nov 14, 2015 2:43 AM GMT
    Alpha13 saidSo what is it called when you are attracted to Men but don't like to suck cock?

    ha a tease
  • roadbikeRob

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    Nov 14, 2015 3:16 AM GMT
    Alpha13 saidSo what is it called when you are attracted to Men but don't like to suck cock?
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  • Wendigo9

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    Nov 14, 2015 6:33 AM GMT
    #FACEPLAM

    Really? Ugh. . . why do I even bother to read this. . . gay or straight, that's all there is to humanity! We don't need to create unnecessary complications in life, just because some people crave "special" attention! Cut down on the estrogen, and keep it simple stupid people.
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    Nov 14, 2015 6:46 AM GMT
    LJay saidThat's nice.



    +1
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    Nov 14, 2015 4:31 PM GMT
    The "selfish" answer was very funny but everyone has their thing. More seriously, unless staying single or winding up with a guy who doesn't like to get blowjobs, I'd call it an open relationship or a poly one.

    Certainly if you're not into it, then you'd probably do a crappy job. My mother never knew how to cook so we ate out a lot. No reason to sit home and eat a badly prepared meal when there's take-out.

    To someone else's comment above that there's only gay or str8? Wow, really? What a super asshole thing to say.

    To me this plays into the anti-T crap spouted on this forum. I've known only two guys into it so I presume it occurs fairly rarely, certainly it occurs less than does being born gay, but my two experiences are with very long term relationships, one a 10-year partnership and the other a 50-year friendship.

    I can not discern a difference between the legitimacy of my attractions and theirs. Theirs are just as real, as natural as mine.

    I still love my partner even though I am widowed from him and I love my friend and I find disgusting those who would seek to degrade their natural attractions, their orientation.

    My partner and I considered him bi or try, we didn't even have the words omni or pan back then to more clearly define his orientation. Back then, gays were judged as harshly. So though I was gay and he was pan, we were two against the world. But my friend still with me today after all these decades, who has just come out in the past few years and so far only to me out of all our friends, he's alone in the world.

    The guy has no support, not from the str8s, not from the gays, not from the bisexuals. He's got me. He knows I get it: he doesn't have to explain himself to me. He's safe with me. He knows all our friends love and accept me as a gay man--hell, they often even include an aside for me when they're talking twat, it's so funny how they work that in so I don't feel left out--yet he's scared to death of those who know everything else about him. You don't stick with people for five decades without being somewhat tolerant of differences.

    But it's the attitudes that fester in and emanate from places like this that are so harmful. That some of you people would be so hurtful to my dear friend, that you would be so unkind as to try to make him uncomfortable with his own life, I think your kind is garbage.

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    Nov 14, 2015 8:00 PM GMT
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    Alpha13 saidSo what is it called when you are attracted to Men but don't like to suck cock?
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    So I'm supposed to be homo acting when I'm not feeling it?

    Ive fucked guys that don't like yo have their Dick's played with at all. What do you call anal only guys?
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    Nov 14, 2015 8:03 PM GMT
    Alpha13 said
    roadbikeRob said
    Alpha13 saidSo what is it called when you are attracted to Men but don't like to suck cock?
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    So I'm supposed to be homo acting when I'm not feeling it?

    Ive fucked guys that don't like yo have their Dick's played with at all. What do you call anal only guys?



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    Nov 14, 2015 9:58 PM GMT
    Alpha13 saidSo what is it called when you are attracted to Men but don't like to suck cock?



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  • wesv

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    Nov 15, 2015 8:59 AM GMT
    Wendigo9 said#FACEPLAM

    Really? Ugh. . . why do I even bother to read this. . . gay or straight, that's all there is to humanity! We don't need to create unnecessary complications in life, just because some people crave "special" attention! Cut down on the estrogen, and keep it simple stupid people.


    How funny that you mentioned "estrogen". Most people whose sexual orientation is "fluid" are females.

    Grow some balls, folks. If you're still clinging onto "I don't like girls, no actually I do, but I like guys more, I like having sex with girls, but guys are fun too--no I like girls but I don't want to date them, I only like having sex with them," you're obviously confused.
  • Wendigo9

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    Nov 26, 2015 11:55 PM GMT
    wesv said
    Wendigo9 said#FACEPLAM

    Really? Ugh. . . why do I even bother to read this. . . gay or straight, that's all there is to humanity! We don't need to create unnecessary complications in life, just because some people crave "special" attention! Cut down on the estrogen, and keep it simple stupid people.


    How funny that you mentioned "estrogen". Most people whose sexual orientation is "fluid" are females.

    Grow some balls, folks. If you're still clinging onto "I don't like girls, no actually I do, but I like guys more, I like having sex with girls, but guys are fun too--no I like girls but I don't want to date them, I only like having sex with them," you're obviously confused.


    Exactly, and meant to say lay off the estrogen, shame how real men are dying out in today's society.
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    Nov 27, 2015 12:25 AM GMT
    HappyNomad said
    Alpha13 saidSo what is it called when you are attracted to Men but don't like to suck cock?


    selfish


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    Nov 27, 2015 1:12 AM GMT
    It's funny when you really think about it. For decades people were so against homosexuality because it went against everything they knew.

    This is where I start to think that the way we define sexuality is a social construct. We've been conditioned to overlook two straight women that playfully decide to make out at a party, but immediately become suspicious of any affection between two males.

    I do believe sexuality is a lot more complex and fluid than just straight or gay. Perhaps that will become more and more prevalent within the next 20 to 30 years.
  • SilverRRCloud

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    Nov 27, 2015 6:19 AM GMT
    You come across such books and articles rather frequently these days.

    The disturbing part is how much 'I', i.e.,subject oriented per se these explanations/projections really are. The more disturbing part is how little such articles deal with interactional side of human sexuality.

    So, a dude is now, as in these days, a mostly a 'homosexual-leaning bisexual'? Good for him. Why would I or anyone else really want to know? If I hooked up with him for casual, NSA sex at one of the usual venues, the dude is as gay for me as Christmas.icon_biggrin.gif. We are having m2m sex. The fact that either he would not be objecting to having sex with a female who he finds hot and attractive is really only his business, isn't it? Why would I want to know about it? Because the tons of his personal idiosyncrasies are all crying: 'I crave attention'? Nope.

    Everyone who has made it around the block for more than once knows that people change. They fall in love, and yeah, they fall out of love, too. They marry and they divorce, too. So, if you are entering a serious, committed relationship with a dude, you may want to know a thing or two about him. Even if you know everything there is to know, you also know that he, too, can and will change over the time, and that all the knowledge you have acquired at this time may or may not be relevant. There is no warranty, whatsoever. So, you are entering this deal at your own risk. A dude who does not know this is lacking life experience.

    Which all leads me to conclude that the many classifications of human sexual orientations are a cute thing to write books about, get some publicity and dough for them, too. But in its practical, functional terms, the matter is of very limited practical importance.

    Hardly any dude out there needs my or your approval to be pansexual/bi/gay/leaning/whoever. He is running his show, and that's fine.

    Even if a dude declares his sexual orientation as being very classically str8/gay, the matter is of very limited importance to the rest of us. Yup, I am gay. Which does NOT really mean that I am interested in having sex with ANY man (gay or not) who shows up. So, how much are you being helped by your knowledge that I am gay, and what are you really going to do with it?icon_biggrin.gif

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    Nov 27, 2015 6:22 AM GMT
    Alpha13 saidSo what is it called when you are attracted to Men but don't like to suck cock?



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  • LostSailor

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    Nov 27, 2015 5:36 PM GMT
    I have nothing of use to add to this.
    I'm bisexual. I'm not confused. I like girls. I like guys.
    I'm real.
    ...and I aint alone out here.
  • wesv

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    Nov 28, 2015 7:47 AM GMT
    LostSailor saidI have nothing of use to add to this.
    I'm bisexual. I'm not confused. I like girls. I like guys.
    I'm real.
    ...and I aint alone out here.


    But not your profile.
  • LostSailor

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    Nov 28, 2015 6:36 PM GMT
    What does that mean?
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    Nov 28, 2015 11:21 PM GMT
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    Your doppelganger, perhaps?
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    Nov 29, 2015 12:13 AM GMT
    Oh...he's ANOTHER guy that demands to see a real face pic for an ANNOMOUS message board.
    Got it.