You can fuck the same sex as much as you want and still be straight

And anyone insisting otherwise is incredibly toxic.

I’m a guy and sometimes I enjoy hooking up with other guys. I have zero attraction to the parts of them that are socially considered masculine, but I also don’t have any disgust towards them either. I’m indifferent. To me it’s just an easy way to get off.

If I ever mention this online I’m told I must be bisexual. Either I’m in denial or I’m experiencing internalized homophobia/biphobia. Maybe that’s the case for some people, but personally I would be happy to identify as bisexual if I actually felt any attraction towards men. I just don’t, and I don’t like that I have to take on a label that doesn’t align with how I genuinely feel.

I’ve also heard I could identify as heteroromantic bisexual, but I don’t like this either. I don’t find men sexually attractive. Stop forcing me take on a label when I don’t have the internal experience or external struggle that LGBT people have to deal with. I don’t experience that struggle, and I don’t want to pretend like I do.

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  1. What’s more lady-like THEN BEING INSIDE A WOMAN. Think about it, moron. You are next to her eggs and emotions when you are up in there, which is extremely feminine. You could even potentially absorb estrogen through your penis, and that will lower your net worth. Extremely feminine, gay, and also counter-productive.

    **It is gay to have sex with vaginas.**

    Now the straightest thing you can do is call up one of your closest bros/business partners. Meet in a location that is isolated, preferably outdoors for reasons soon to be made clear. Strip down naked except for your socks, face each other, and start **slapping your cocks together**. There is a myth that if the balls touch its gay. This has been disproven by A.S.S. (association of sigma-male scientists).

    Actually, your balls slapping together falls under the laws of thermodynamics, and your masculine energy is *cycled between your bodies*, your balls being the connector.

    This increases your masculine hustle, and also forms a stronger bond with your now brother. Do it outdoors to establish dominance in nature. Also, **hold eye contact**, whoever breaks first is now **below** in male rank to the other, but there is still mutual respect. I mean, you just got naked in a field and slapped your junk together, you ***better*** hope to respect each other.

    Socks stay on, it anchors your masculine energy. This is what super straight people do. The gays? Inside vaginas. Don’t believe what the liberal media tells you on CNN. Stay away from evolutionary cock-pockets. Embrace the Dong Cycle.

  2. And anyone insisting otherwise is incredibly toxic.

    I’m a guy and sometimes I enjoy hooking up with other guys. I have zero attraction to the parts of them that are socially considered masculine, but I also don’t have any disgust towards them either. I’m indifferent. To me it’s just an easy way to get off.

    If I ever mention this online I’m told I must be bisexual. Either I’m in denial or I’m experiencing internalized homophobia/biphobia. Maybe that’s the case for some people, but personally I would be happy to identify as bisexual if I actually felt any attraction towards men. I just don’t, and I don’t like that I have to take on a label that doesn’t align with how I genuinely feel.

    I’ve also heard I could identify as heteroromantic bisexual, but I don’t like this either. I don’t find men sexually attractive. Stop forcing me take on a label when I don’t have the internal experience or external struggle that LGBT people have to deal with. I don’t experience that struggle, and I don’t want to pretend like I do.

  3. It was really give their “budgets” on a dresser knocking on the motionless city. you will get to shake it like I’m a rats eat the will shit fury of my opps? (Opps, woo)

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