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Where does this come from? Internalized homophobia, perceptions of masculinity, or our childhood fantasies of fucking the quarterback? Probably some compendium of all three. Gay and bi men are sensitive to our brothers in the closet because most of us were there at one point. We remember the fear of getting caught, the curiosity and confusion, the threat of exposure, the furtive glances. What makes you an otter? I heard gay guys have different labels like that.
Many straight men will visit a gay bar, but gay-heavy gyms are different. During a recent tattoo appointment, my artist and I were talking about our gyms. I felt like a piece of meat in the lion cage. Today I would totally wear that T-shirt, and sometimes younger men look at me — in coffee shops, at theme parks, in pharmacies — and then immediately look down.
They know, and I know. You know the look. Everyone needs their journey. My father did when I was younger, my best friend from high school has hugged me, but the rest shake hands. Hugging is intimate, something you reserve for sons and fathers, family members and best girlfriends.
When a straight man hugs me, I raise my eyebrows. Closeted self-loathing is the not-so-secret formula behind the most vehement antigay politicians — so much so that when I meet someone with major beef with us, I pull out my phone to see if I recognize his headless, faceless profile on Grindr. Let me explain. One of my friends, a self-proclaimed straight man, was fascinated by the fact that I was a fisting bottom.
Rather than probe me for more information pun intended , he turned my nontraditional sex practice into a repeat joke. Fisters know there are endless fisting jokes to be made, and most of us have heard them all. He took advantage of every single one. Pretty soon it was obvious what was going on: He was aroused. No one was laughing and he was still trying to turn it into a joke. Our truths become apparent in how we try to hide them. It puts you in the role of confidante. As Kinsey and other sexologists have revealed, sexuality is fluid and exists on a scale. Your high school football coach puts a hand on your shoulder as he sends you into the game.
You watch it with your buddies, then you happen to be jacking off together. I lead him to where most of us started — Xtube. If he wants a more specific and sincere recommendation, I send him to my personal favorite — Treasure Island Media cum dumps, anon lo, group orgies, oh my! Guys open to same-sex experiences know better and will sometimes ask which way you lean.
Desire — that dark animal lifting its head. All Rights Reserved. Give curious straight guys some love. Here are 17 s your straight friend is gay-curious. He frequents the gay gym. His favorites music playlist includes Britney Spears and Depeche Mode.
You can get away with one or the other. Not both. He gets nervous and awkward around you and presumably other gay men. He likes talking to you but will not set foot in a gay bar. Too risky. What if someone saw him walk in? He gives you that look. He hugs you. He records every episode of RuPaul. He has a repeat sex joke that he uses with you. He repeatedly tries to talk one-on-one about sex stuff, your relationships, jockstraps, whatever , but never with others present.
He cozies up to you. He asks what kind of porn you watch.STR8 friends needed
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