Does it mean "curious". The reason I ask is that I'm married and we have been having sex with another married couple (guess that makes us "swingers"). It was good that neither of us were homophobic and had no problems when we touched (even intimately) each other whilst having sex with the girls. I was talking on Skype with the other guy and he said how excited his wife was when having sex with me (us). He then wnet on to say "with your cock, I'm not surprised". I thought it best to say something nice about his equipment so he didn't feel I was more special or better than he. Before I knew it, we were both complimenting each other's dick. Next, we were saying that (if female) how we would find each others cock attractive. Then we got onto if we were gay or Bi-sexual we would like to play with each others dick. To cut a long story short...... Now we've progressed to me and him considering having a "one-off" playtime with each other - without the girls. Just me and him stroking and maybe sucking each other (but who knows what else might happen - lol). Is "non-homophobic" another way of saying "Ask me. I just might"