I think every man is bi.

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  1. JohnA

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    Given the opportunity, behind closed doors, or in secrecy, I think all men want to experience being with another man. I'm expecting a lash out of straight men to say no way.... but under the right circumstances, I believe it's true. EVERY man has thought about it. Just like EVERY man has masterbated.
    And I'm not saying full-out sex. Not anal. But at least touching another guy's "member" to experience what it feels like. I'm a straight guy and I admit it.
     
  2. arliss

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    I agree
     
  3. ManlyBanisters

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    I think you should respect other people's sexuality and not colour it by your own experiences and desires.
     
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    I think there is a difference between curiosity and being bisexual
     
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    I'm positive you are wrong.
     
  6. JohnA

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    I respect EVERYONE'S opinions, Manly. don't colour it with you own experiences and desires.
     
  7. ManlyBanisters

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    Respecting people's opinions and respecting their sexuality is not the same thing.
     
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    That is a pretty general statement...every man is bi. I believe there are individuals on both ends of the scale and just like a bell shaped curve...there are those that identify as being gay, other identify as being bi, there are those that would like to experiment, others that do not want to experiment and varying degrees in between. With that said, I am interested in hearing other's opinions...John stated his opinion, now lets share with him our opinions without attacking him!!!
     
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    Ass sniffing doesn't count Arliss. :rolleyes::biggrin1:
     
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    LOL!!!!
     
  11. JohnA

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    I don't want to argue with you sweetie. Your bio says you're 10% gay. Is that like being a little bit pregnant? Peace.
     
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    Thanks, Rico.... I said "I think" and that is my opinion. I certainly didn't mean to stir up any controversy on here. Peace, buddy.
     
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    People don't take kindly to strangers, and by your post count I see that you are new here...good luck.

    So I guess you think that all Gay men are bi too.
     
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    bro..it is my humble opinion that you stated it the right way...you stated "I think" meaning in my opinion. While he may have few posts, it is John's opinion...lets not attack him for it.
     
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    Good point, well taken.
     
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    Again, thanks Rico. Damn. I never would have done it if this thing gets out of hand. Everyone has their own opinions. ...and that's a good thing.
     
  17. earllogjam

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    Every man is certainly capable of the act but whether he would enjoy it is another story. The brain is an awfully large sex organ and what it believes is sexy motivates all other sexual responses.

    I have a feeling that it varies culture to culture, societal convention to convention. It might be different if you lived in Ancient Sparta, Rome, or was a samurai, pirate or life prisoner. Perhaps if the stigma and guilt were removed there might be more sex between men but certainly not all would partake.
     
  18. ManlyBanisters

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    If you don't want to argue with me stop hitting reply - it's real easy. But seeing as you did:

    You said 'I think every man is bi' - I said 'I think you should respect other people's sexuality' - maybe I would have been better phrasing it 'I think one should respect other people's sexuality...' because you seem to have taken it rather personally. So far we have both stated an opinion. You, in your first post, say you are a straight guy while claiming to believe all men are bisexual. I appreciate your opinion that you believe every man (and you do appear to be excluding women) is at least curious - you choose to call that 'bi' - others do not. You are certainly entitled to it, I happen to disagree particularly with the way it is phrased. My initial comment was really intended to mean that just because you believe the curiosity you speak about to be a. universal and b. an indication of bisexuality does not make it so. For some people bisexuality means something deeply complex and is about far more than being curious about sex with, or being attracted to, members of the same sex.

    Going OT for a moment: The 'little bit pregnant' comment was fasicious and completely unnecessary. You appear to be trying to make it personal by questioning my %'s - Just FYI, I have posted here before that my %'s are as they are because I am essentially bisexual but have more experience with men and am currently in a relationship with a man. There is a system here whereby people can represent their sexuality in %'s and everybody has a slightly different take on what it means - some people, like yourself, choose not to declare a percent. There are many threads discussing this generally and with members being specific about their own % choices - considering your opinion you may find them interesting reading.
     
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    Some people think that all African Americans are less capable than White Americans.

    Some people think that women are less capable in the workplace than men.


    Just because you think something does not make it any more true (thankfully).

    No group of individuals can ever be any ONE thing.
     
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    Not to point out anything, but sometimes curiosity doesn't really lead you in any direction, especially when you are target for the "guest" team.
     
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