I am gay.
I am 100% gay. I've never had sex with a woman. I've never touched a boob. I've barely kissed a girl. Not with tongue, anyway. I've never seen a girl's "situation" in real life.
I know I'm gay like straight people know they're straight. I'm gay like bi folk know they're bi.
Did the writer of The Lisp just acknowledge bisexuality? Of course, I did. I may have made my jokes about it in the past (see post title), but that's only because I wanted the person in question to be totally gay. I acknowledge that I am selfish. There. I said it.
I accept bisexuality. I always have. In fact, despite my jokes and occasional insensitivity, I'm kind of fascinated by bisexuality. I think the issue that lays within all of us -- and by "us" I mean society -- is that the "label" of "bi" is either safe, or difficult to accept.
As fascinated as I am by it, I'm also confused, but why wouldn't I be? I'm someone whose sexuality pendulum is stuck to the right. Or is it left? Anyway...
One of the many (silly) issues in the porn world is "gay-for-pay." A couple of years ago, it was fucking hot!!! Watching straight guys do gay things is/was awesome! I imagine that it holds the same kind of fascination that straight guys get watching two women together. Years later, everyone's up in arms because they don't "get" how straight guys can fuck another guy.
Personally, I don't give a shit. If Reese Rideout can get his rocks off as fucking hot as he can, I don't care. Those straight boys like Zak, at Sean Cody, or Cade at Corbin Fisther can keep on doin' what they're doin'. It doesn't matter to me.
Superhot Race Cooper, new to the world of porn, just wrote a post at his blog about porn and bisexuality, Do You Really Care What He Likes To Fuck? Here's the crazy thing -- I've known Coop for a long time and I never knew he was bi. And after watching his scenes, you'd be hard pressed to know that this gorgeous beast has a fantasy about getting stuck with a big ol' dick while performing...the cunning-linguistics.
While I might not be so keen on the snooge part of that fantasy, I think the whole idea is pretty hot.
This leads me to believe that straight guys doing gay sex, which turned into "gay-for-pay," is an even safer way to say that someone is bi.
Just a thought...