I am absolutely, NOT, straight (or str8 acting). I am absolutely, NOT, a bisexual, a gay, a man who has sex with other men. I am absolutely, NOT, a poof, a queer nor a fucking homo. So what the fuck am I ? I am the warrior that makes the sun shine…
There are men who say they are 100% gay, there are equally men who say they are 100% gay. I am an old man. I have spend my adult life being a warrior. I have on occasions been very brave and asked somewhat very difficult question.
I think I may have actually meet 1 man who absolutely convinced me that he was 100% gay, but I am still waiting for a str8 man to convince me, that that the opposite is possible. I think it was probably in 1975, that I meet a man who got the closest. Even he agreed that he was probably only 99.99%, but after a bit of one or t’other it was definitely slightly less. It was the first time that I ever seen red underpants. You probably won’t believe me, but I still have’ em
Eventually, 99% of men will experience a spiritual and or sexual relationship with another man. For many their first experience will set a direction for their spiritual and or sexual future. Most men will only ever to it once, or twice, while for others it becomes part of their lives, for the rest of their, lives.
Please leave a reply below to tell us about your experiences.
My fantasy is to fully loose my mansex virginity. I am a 41 year old divorced bi curious man interested in taking/being a male lover. I’ve never been in a gay bar but like the prospects of being able to check out other guys and see what type of guys might approach me without the … Read more41 year old divorced bi curious man
hello Mr Cox, I think being bisexual can often be quite a lonely journey. That is the sad, sad, truth. Even though I have a fantastic wife, she can never fully understand me, though she tries her best. I love her more than words can say. Crazy as it sounds, Every time I read that website “cumm.co.uk“, I can feel it.
Being bisexual, nothing like being wrapped in the big strong arms of a Man who doesn’t question or judge, just understands and gives willingly of himself. Sometimes, often really, I think that it can be more intimate than any sexual act. I’ve been working off and on for the past year or so on “my story”. Far more of it is about confusion, pain, and loneliness than anything else. As cliche as it sounds, it really is a journey of self-discovery. I feel that slowly but surely I am figuring out who I am, what I really need, and how to best mesh that with what my loved ones (and life in general), need from me. For the longest time I thought I was walking a tightrope trying to accomplish this, and only recently realised it’s ME that made it a tightrope, and it’s only ME that can widen it, turn it into a path, a road, a highway. I’ll get there! It won’t be easy, but I Will Never Give Up.
If a man enjoys both men and women he is by nature bisexual bi/ Jay
one main reason why I do not love this site is because your assuming someone is gay or straight by what they tell you. If a man enjoys both men and women he is by nature is bisexual . Anyway you slice it, the definition means what it means. No one is going around arguing about how an oak tree should be called something else so why change a simple term that means something very specific. homosexual means you like the same sex, hetero means you like the opposite, and bi means both, its very black and white. I myself could never physically be with a woman, because I am what you would call a homosexual, I also know men who have tried with other men and it didn’t work, that would be heterosexuality, and there are reasons for it lol. I just think that its a bit uneducated to say ” well, im gay but I like to have a go at it with women every now and then” or ” well im a str8 man who likes men on the weekends” when you do it is your own choice, how much you do it is your own choice, but the fact that you do it at all is your desire and that is a part of your sexuality, as much as that might bother some people. the main reason men go and have sex with other men and then say they are straight is because first of all….we buy it and support it, and second, because anything else but the bi or gay label sounds better to them, its their way of escaping the word because they think it means something negative and they don’t want to deal with the burdens and adversity that come along with it. in other words…they are scared of what it means to be a bisexual man. I am only offended because too many people are slapping labels on themselves that do not fit and its like a white guy in 10th grade walking around acting like he is black or like he invented hip hop culture. I can say I am asian till I am blue in the face, but it will never change the fact that I am italian. lol peace. JAY!
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According to a new study out of Durham University on the changing social habits of heterosexual males. Published in the journal of Men and Masculinities in March, the study revealed that 98 percent of the study’s participants — all white, college-age male athletes — have shared a bed with another guy.
In addition, 93 percent also reported having spooned or cuddled with another man. Study co-author and sociologist Mark McCormack, of Durham University, says the study’s results exemplify changing conceptions of masculinity in contemporary culture. As homophobia decreases, McCormack says, straight men are acting “much softer” than those from older generations — something he and Eric Anderson, of the University of Winchester, set out to examine. The two sociologists conducted in-depth interviews with 40 young male athletes — a sample they chose because of the group’s likelihood to be in closer physical contact with one another and because of the notion that athletes embody what it means to be traditionally masculine.
McCormack told HuffPost he was surprised by how uneventful and mundane participants viewed their behaviours. “They don’t realize this is something that older men would find shocking,” he said. “It’s older generationsthat think men cuddling is taboo.” Matt, one of the men interviewed for the study, explained his viewpoint on cuddling with his male friend Connor. The researchers noted the response in their study: I feel comfortable with Connor and we spend a lot of time together. I happily rest my head on Connor’s shoulder when lying on the couch or hold him in bed. But he’s not the only one. The way I see it, is that we are all very good and close mates. We have a bromance where we are very comfortable around each other. The history of homosocial relationships, or heterosexual male friendships, is deeply complex and steeped in social stigmas, myth, rejection and aggression, the authors explain in their research. But stigmas and traditional roles are going out the window as younger generations are becoming more open and accepting.
“The social taboo against cuddling has been because for two men to get close was traditionally seen as ‘gay’. Men wanted to avoid being the target of homophobic abuse, so they would be macho to distance themselves from any perception of homosexuality,” McCormack told HuffPost. “But there is a generational effect here: Older men who grew up in the 1980s may still feel the need to present a very straight version of themselves, but more positive attitudes toward homosexuality in contemporary culture mean that younger men are simply less concerned about how other people view their behaviors.” McCormack says Anderson, who expanded on the study, found similar behaviors across country lines, though American men were found to engage in those behaviors less frequently. “British men are more advanced than American men in doing this, but these behaviors are still occurring, and we predict that increasing numbers of American men will engage in them as they realize the benefits of doing so,” McCormack said. McCormack acknowledges that anti-gay sentiment is still around but that many guys don’t seem to mind expressing themselves however they want. “Homophobia hasn’t disappeared, but straight men today are not expected to be homophobic like they were in the 1980s and 1990s,” he said.
“This enables them to be [engaged] in softer gendered behaviors — they can cuddle and hug, wear fashionable clothes, care about looking good, and openly declare love for their friends.”
It does not matter one fucking iota, whether your gay, bi or str8. The only thing that really matters in this life is that your able to stand up, pull your pants down as a celebration of masculinity and shout, very very very loudly…
I am a good man, I am a fucking good man. I haven’t got a bad bone in my body i have no malice, no bad ideas. i only want to do, to say, to be, to radiate, to celebrate all that is fucking “me”.
As good men we must present ourselves and our orgasms to the universe as both sexual and spiritual.
At the same time we must remain conscious that our spirituality expands and will one day make contact with the entire universe. While our sexual self is limited, our spiritual capacity is utterly vast. Sexually we reach only a few people, while our feelings and especially our thoughts(spirituality) are capable of reaching all. Connecting our spiritual and sexual thoughts is far more powerful and embraces infinitely more, it is also more subtle and has greater possibilities, allowing us to do dream any dream that we want.
One day, however, after numerous incarnations and immense spiritual work, our spiritual will activate our sexual instantaneously.
Hi, Mr Cox, before I read your blog I thought I was straight, but now I’m not so sure as I really do want to stroke and suck the cocks pictured. Trouble is I’m too afraid to set up a meeting with a dude. Also I’m married and don’t want to fuck myself up with … Read morestr8 @ 48 ?
Years ago when I was 28 years old had my first homosexual experience with a friend. I could not determine my feelings toward this guy. At first I did not know he had the same feelings towards me. He was very handsome and well built as I was. He had made the first move very … Read moreheterosexual man
Founded in 1994 by sexuality campaigner Tuppy Owens, The Sexual Freedom Awards(formerly know as the Erotic Awards) is an annual British event that honours achievement in the sexuality and erotica industries. The awards ceremony is an annual event in London that was originally held at the “Sex Maniacs Ball” but now is a fully fledged award night it its own right. They raise funds for the “Outsiders Club”, a charity that helps disabled people find partners. They are now accepting nominations for the 2016 awards, click here for more details.
Previous winners have included
Lifetime Achievement of the Year 1994: Derek Jarman
Painter, theatre designer and controversial film-maker. One of the fathers of international “New Queer Cinema”, Jarman’s sexuality had always been a significant part of his work, but after his diagnosis as HIV it became its principal, determining factor. Upon graduation from King’s in 1963, Jarman took up his place at the Slade. Arriving at a time of great liberation, it was here that he truly came to terms with his sexuality and allowed it to be expressed in his art. He died on 19th February 1994 from AIDS-related complications. He had been a darling of the sex world.
1998 Writer of the Year William Levy. William Levy (born January 10, 1939), also known as the Talmudic Wizard of Amsterdam, is an American writer, editor and former radio personality, and the author of such works as The Virgin Sperm Dancer, Wet Dreams, Certain Radio Speeches of Ezra Pound and Natural Jewboy.
2015 Sex Worker of the Year Seani Love – JOINT WINNER! : Seani Love runs the School of Erotic Mysteries, an organisation dedicated to demystifying sexual practices, spreading wisdom about embodied consent and boundaries, and making sex safer and more beautiful for everyone through its many wonderful and diverse specialist teachers. With a background in sex magick, BDSM and ritual, Seani works closely with the healing and consciousness-expanding potential of certain kinds of sexual exploration. He has a special interest in the darker realms, such as shadow integration, which is best explored using shamanic sexual practices that lead to places of power and love.
2013 Photographerof the Year– Predrag Pajdic A London-based artist, art historian and curator. He is the founder and editor of the art photography blog “The Pandorian,” and his work has been shown internationally and at solo and group exhibitions worldwide. He also writes about and lectures on contemporary art, photography, and fashion. Have a look at his website is art is amazing
Every moment a taste of that beauty in our mouths, another stashed in a pocket. Impossible to say what: no cypress so handsome, no sunlight, a lonely hiddenness. Other pleasure gathers a crowd, starts a fight, lots of noise there. But soul beauty stays quiet..his amazing whereabouts unknown inside my heart. Rumi
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Explore the pleasures of anal eroticism, including how to contact the “male G spot.” Learn the art of giving a rosebud massage, penetrating gracefully, and pleasuring the prostate. Click here to buy the class : Anal Massage on a Man
97 minutes of explicit video with Chester Mainard. Click here to buy the class : Anal Massage on a Man. Explore the pleasures of anal eroticism, including how to contact the “male G spot.” Learn the art of giving a rosebud massage, penetrating gracefully, and pleasuring the prostate. Click here to buy the class : Anal Massage on a Man