reply to post by gimme_some_truth
It isn't a single incident. I could name you several choices I had.
* I fell deeply in love with a girl before kindergarten. I met her at swim lessons, and I pursued her all the way through Jr. High School.
* I was camping out with a kid in about 4th grade, and he propositioned me. I can't say exactly what he asked, but at the time I didn't know what
it meant, so I made him explain. Apparently him and his older brother did it regularly, and I considered giving it shot, but I thought I might get in
trouble, and I didn't trust him all that much. If it had been a better friend, I might have tried it.
* Later in 7th grade, I won a "Slippery When Wet" poster at a carnival game, and I went home and for the first time, I realized my willy was
I didn't realize it worked that way, so I had to go ask what the hell had just happened, LOL! I asked my good friend's
older brother, and I got a crash course in masturbation.
* In High School I became uber-masculine, and I would've beat someone up for even suggesting I was gay.
* A few years back my tastes became a little more sophisticated and exploratorive and I've learned to appreciate some group participation. Usually
that means an additional male or two with a female, but sometimes it means me and several females.
* Even more recently, after a lot of drinking and daring conversation, a friend of mine admitted to enjoying transsexuals. (A very masculine, elite
football player friend of mine.) I became curious, so I had to try it out as well.
* I learned a lot about what actually turns me on or off about a person, and it isn't the genitalia as much as the things I like. For instance, I
love long soft hair, soft skin, sweet smell, smooth thighs, firm buttocks, lean stomach, and I like someone to either be very assertive or very
submissive, I don't like it if they are just luke-warm or agreeable. I also love the way certain parts on certain women look, but other times it can
How would I know all of those things about myself if I was biologically programmed for one particular attraction?
Sex in the Western World is so uptight that most people don't get a chance to explore and they often take their first attraction, first experience,
or peer pressure to decide their sexuality. In years past, that meant the majority of people learned to be hetero, these days a large number of
people are being pressured by peers and pop culture to be homo. Neither is correct. And it isn't biology. Biology is only concerned with
procreation. Anything beyond procreation, including hetero sex for fun is nothing more than a pleasurable activity, I.E. fetish.