Hi are you willing to join me a upcoming sex party? We are looking for a man who is willing to explore his dirty and kinky dark side ? would
love if you drop me your email or send me some email! if you are interested email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
OK, posing this question to any self-identified lesbians out there:
More and more of my lesbian friends have been having sex with men. If that wasn't disturbing enough, they INSIST that this doesn't make them BISEXUAL. One friend said it was just easier for her to find casual, NSA sex with men vs. women (less drama, etc). Without getting too graphic, my other friend was saying that she started having sex with men because it was easier ... "anatomically" (i.e. no strap on is needed). Despite the fact that this phallocentric view of intercourse flies in the face of my feminist ideals, my question isn't about sex, but rather identification: Should having sex with men prevent you from identifying as a lesbian?
To the self-identified gay men out there: Have any of you heard of something similar happening in the gay male community (ie, gay men having sex with women, but not considering themselves bisexual).