or licking a vag before you officially become bi-curious?
any amount of curiousity..
although would it be taking it a step further and seeing if you actually liked it that would make it so..
requires a registered heterosexual male to re-register as "bi-curious" as soon as reasonably practicable after the third time he envisages (whether consciously or subconsciously) feverishly gobbling cock.
I believe the maximum fine for failure to do so is £3,500.
plenty of gay & lesbian people never have hetero sex, and they are arguably less worried about conforming.
Sometimes people who identify as gay undergo gender reassignment and become gay for their new gender.
I dunno what point I'm trying to make exactly regarding bi-curiousness. I guess that attraction isn't always to a gender or sexuality but to a "sameness" so it is just as possible to be attracted to the opposite gender for the "otherness" of them. In the above example of gender re-assignment you could almost say the person is mono-curious.
Like the crux of the thing that drives their attractions isn't the gender itself. And if a hetero person says they've never had a curiosity then I think that's totally fair/ reasonable and doesn't indicate any prejudice/ narrow-mindedness or lack of imagination on their part. Just maybe a lack of understanding of what drives their libido.
Or maybe I'm talking total crapola.
imagined having heterosexual intercourse. It's pretty much the most dominant aspect of our entire culture. All the gay people I know well enough to have spoken to about it have actually tried sex with the opposite gender at some point in their lives. Usually before coming out.
"I know well enough to have spoken to about it have actually tried sex with the opposite gender at some point in their lives. Usually before coming out."
Well I know well enough, as a gay man, that plenty of us don't. But thanks for telling me what I think.
I'm gay as well.
You're telling me you've never once contemplated what it would be like to put your penis inside a vagina? It's never crossed your mind once?
I'm really really confident you're in the minority.
and you're both wrong.
It is not something I ever consider.
Whether you are gay or not you're attempting to speak for a massively broad grouping of people. All I said was that plenty of gay & lesbian people never have hetero sex.
my point wasn't to play a card. My point was I am gay and I don't fit your idea of what "all homosexual" people do and now you have just met me. It was to challenge your position not to claim authority of the subject.
is a very righteous tone. We both know what it was. Let's not dress it up.
And I think I can take from your previous reply that you have briefly contemplated sex with a woman, so you do fit in with my idea of what "all homosexual" people do actually, as defined in my original post.
The original question was how much curiosity do you have to have to be officially bi-curious.
Not that no one has ever had an absentminded thought.
Guywithnousename inferred that everyone is bi-curious and if they say they aren't then they are lying. In keeping with the thread subject I made a few suggestions to the contrary. As I don't think a passing thought makes you bi-curious.
I never claimed that people who aren't bi-curious haven't had rare passing thoughts. That was all your own inference of what I wrote.
I don't think there's much difference in terms of bi-curiosity between people who identify as heterosexual and people who identify as homosexual, so it's kind of a moot point in terms of replying to theguywithnousername. The OP clearly implied to me that being 'in no way bi-curious' would mean you've never really thought about it. I think that's what theguywithnousername is getting at. I don't think he's suggesting that everyone wants to have sex with both genders, just that having thought about both is almost universal. Which is all I was arguing. Maybe you don't think about it ever, but we live in a society where I think it's very unusual for anyone to grow up without having done so at some point in their life.
And I clearly said "All the gay people I know well enough to have spoken to..." so there's definitely no speaking for anyone else there. My boyfriend had sex with girls in his teenage years. I had sex with one girl before I came out. Most of our mutual gay friends have as well. Purely on anecdotal evidence, I can only assume it's quite common. Perfectly happy to accept my experience might well be unusual and it's not nationally common.
I don't understand what made you latch onto my comment.
You have anecdotal evidence, you read anecdotal evidence to the contrary and then decided your evidence is more valid for some reason.
And I don't know how OP clearly implied anything to you by asking an open ended question. He asked how much curiosity means you are officially bi-curious.
And besides, you do realise the OP is cat_race, right?
whilst thinking gay stuff. Probably.
So it's probably about the same as that?
My name is Butters, I'm eight years old, I'm blood type O, and I'm bicurious! And even that's okay! Because if I'm bicurious, and I'm somehow made from God, then I think your GOD must be a little bicurious himself!
before you can be considered to be 'cat_race curious'?
I think that it probably makes them human.
Although I often find you humsns quite puzzling
might just switch to chugging shaft instead
Frigging wierdos, agreed, but it's a bit lame to use 'sucking dick' as a euphemism for being gay, and it's not the first time I've seen it on here.
as a euphemism for being gay.
But there are many other ways for same sex couples to pleasure each other than just rubbing your mouth on their genitals.
It's like being on Reddit where everyone uses 'having gay tendencies' interchangably with 'sucking dick'.
into a mangina and scissoring before you're bi-curious?
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