stankilyanalytical asked: Its always been a guilty opinion of mine that bisexuality doesn't really exist for men. Obviously i know that that opinion is obsolete but in all of my experience with gay male friends and family members i have never found a truly, to his core, bisexual man. And i have always wanted to meet a man who is. I guess to settle something in myself? Idk. Being a lesbian i see a lot more "true", for lack of a better word, bisexual men then women. What are your thoughts?
I’m not sure what you expect me to say. I can’t speak for anyone but myself. I won’t even attempt to speak for gay men. I’m physically/sexually attracted to men and women. It’s normal.
I think hyper masculine conditioning causes boys and men to look at themselves and other men in disgust and to disguise that disgust as masculinity. And hiding that disgust manifests itself (just one example) through attacks on men who express femininity. It also manifests in the super aggressiveness that men display towards women. It comes from believing that we as men should display that aggressiveness because its masculine and women love masculine men. It’s stupid.
I think something along the same lines also apply to women who tend to buy into those same notions as well. I know of a lot of women that I’ve come into contact with lately that buy into that “if he says he’s bisexual he’s really just on the DL”. No. I know what I like and want lol. I’m not confused.
Look there are over 14 billion people on this planet. 14,000,000,000. And I’m supposed to believe that I’ve got to be pigeonholed into these narrow over simplified definitions of what a man should or shouldn’t be? what a man should or shouldn’t like? I’m far too complex a person for that. I am my own man and I decide what that should be and if people are down with that great and if they aren’t they can kick rocks.
What was expected.
What we got.
just as good
I was watching Annie Clark play “Birth in Reverse”, but all I saw was Derp in Reverse and I couldn’t breathe for a good five minutes. (x)