Shagging around.

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  1. black_hung

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    I read an article recently about sexual addiction and a quote from it said "straight men think about sex all the time and gay men have sex all the time". I thought that statement had an element of truth. My experience is that my straight friends/work colleagues don't get nearly as much sex as me. Being not a very promiscurous guy I would say I fuck on average 8- 10 guys month. I would also say I do turn down many offers of sex. My straight ffriends are lucky if they get laid with over 24 females in a year.
    They are exceptions to the rule,I know a few straight guys who could fuck for England. I also know of a particular guy who has sex with over 300 men he's 26 and he's only come out in the last 18 months. Making up for lost time?
    Personally I think all men think alike when it comes to sex. It's not a matter whether you are gay or straight. If you have a dick you want to fuck many people.
    I wouldn't like it any other way.:D
     
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  3. BobLeeSwagger

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    Are these 10 different guys every month? Because if you don't think that's promiscuous...
     
  4. GoneA

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    well, i'm willingly to vouch that it would be weird if they were the same "8-10".
     
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    Straight men would have a HELL of a lot more sex with various women if they had the opportunity.
    Gay and bi men have endless opportunities at the bars, baths, adult book stores and theaters, and sex clubs.
     
  6. rawbone8

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    You are so right.

    Yeah, FUCK. Those women.

    They are like brakes on a guy's lifestyle. :D
     
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    For most guys, yup. Most guys are only limited by their wife's demands.
     
  8. D_Salmaine Sharpshlong

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    Though I'm not sure that "demands" is the word it would choose.
     
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    There was a documentary on Channel 4 last night about sexual addiction called "Sex addict" (funnily enough!)

    It followed a man and his wife as they went through councilling for his addiction.

    As it turned out,this guy had been cheating on his wife many times, masturbating several times a day, calling sex lines for dates, and constantly looking at pornography.

    Naturally as they were both there for counsilling, it was clear to see that the wife was willing to forgive the infidelity, but it was the lying that hurt her most.

    The councillor asked him to take a lie detector test to see if he ws telling the truth to the both of them. When he asked if it was compulsory, that was of course when the wife broke down.

    The worst part was when he admitted that he used a telephone sex line on their honeymoon!

    (Didn't see how it finished, so anyone who did can fill in the rest!!!)
     
  10. rawbone8

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    someone told me the derivation of the word husband comes from "house bound"
     
  11. madame_zora

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    Yikes, that's scary Rawbone. I doubt there'd be much monogamy at all if women didn't insist on it. I really don't understand it personally.
     
  12. Dr Rock

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    actually it derives from old norse and translates roughly to modern english as "master of a house." the hus part is obvious, and the second syllable comes from bondi which basically meant "landowner." the original word probably had nothing to do with marriage at all, but as the social structure changed and marriage became a binding contract authenticated by the church, it was probably adopted as such out of convenience.
     
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    Thanks for that, Dr. R
    Wait 'till I find my know it all pal :cool:
     
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