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    Homosexual experiences?

    Anyone here ever have any sort of homosexual experience? Anyone willing to admit to anything?

    I'll give my (albeit tame, and boring) story:

    In college, a lot of people assumed I was gay. I guess the big reason was that I played clarinet (still do), so if you're in band (I was), and played a non-brass instrument, there was at least a better than average shot that you might, in fact, be gay.

    Anyway, we're out rehearsing one day, and this guy named Gary asked me if I wanted to go to the movies. He came across like he just wanted to be my friend. I was a freshman, and he was like a Junior or something. He was also in the band fraternity, so it seemed logical that he might be looking at me as a prospective candidate. Or at least, he was just a really nice guy that wanted to befriend me, since I didn't know anyone in the band. Plus, he also played clarinet, so I knew him at least somewhat.

    So, we went to the movies. I don't even remember what we saw, but he kept dangling his arm further and further down the armrest and just conveniently laying his hand on my knee. Despite slinking down in the chair further and further, his hand kept dipping down. I think he eventually got the message, and he figured out I wasn't gay.

    I was pretty embarrassed about it. Obviously, my "date" with Gary didn't do much to convince others in the band that I wasn't gay.


    Oh, and I had another roommate at Band Camp one time ask me if I wanted to masturbate. Some backstory... I had met this guy because my band director in high school hooked me up with him - I needed help learning how to be a drum major, and he offered to help me. I went to a small school, and I was only the second drum major they'd ever had, so this guy went to a larger school nearby. I was quite welcoming of his advice, and he seemed like a really nice guy. At band camp that summer, his roommate, and my roommate both decided they wanted to share a room, so I happily agreed to share a room with this guy, since I'd previously known him.

    We were laying in the room that night (in separate beds), and he says to me, "If you want to masturbate, I won't mind". "No, I'm ok", I told him back. Then he proceeded to tell me that his penis was long enough, that he didn't even need to use his hands, that he could just put it between his legs, and somehow rock it back and forth, and get off that way. "That's nice", I told him.

    Several years later, I met him again. Turns out, he was working in the Wal-Mart pharmacy department at the corporate office. I invited him to play in the community band I was in (he was a really good horn player, and we needed some more horns). He invited me over to his house for something, I can't even remember what, and while we were there, he was showing me pictures of gay guys he had on his AOL account - of people he'd been chatting with. Nice. I guess that was his not so subtle way of testing to see if I was gay or not.

    So, anyway, those are my stories.

 

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    When I've got enough points, your custom title is gonna be Gay Pornstar...

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    I thought Tom Cruise was pretty hot in The Last Samurai.

    Other than that, no. But hey, at least you know you can attract gay guys!

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    Nope, nothing here. My brother's gay so I imagine he's had enough for the both of us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Insert Username Here
    I thought Tom Cruise was pretty hot in The Last Samurai.

    Other than that, no. But hey, at least you know you can attract gay guys!

    There was a photo shoot in People magazine, I think, of Halle Berry and Pierce Brosnan, right when their Bond movie came out.

    I wasn't sure who I wanted to have sex with more - Piere or Halle. God, those are beautiful people!

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    Pierce was hot but now he's got this beard thing and it looks terrible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Underpants Gnome
    Pierce was hot but now he's got this beard thing and it looks terrible.
    I agree. Totally hideous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by der_kluge
    Anyone here ever have any sort of homosexual experience?
    Yes. And no, it did not happen in a bar with the intention of getting some guy turned on. And no, I won't be sharing any more details than that.

    I am, however, in a monogamous relationship with a man that I hope to be with for the rest of my days. So I guess you could call me a non-practicing bisexual.
    A mature person is one who does not think only in absolutes, who is able to be objective even when deeply stirred emotionally, who has learned that there is both good and bad in all people and in all things, and who walks humbly and deals charitably with the circumstances of life, knowing that in this world no one is all knowing and therefore all of us need both love and charity.

    - Eleanor Roosevelt



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    i was one of those gay haters when i was in school.

    wasn't until AIDS really started to hit the headlines that i did a soul search on my true feelings about homosexuality.

    i ain't gay. but i can say i honestly don't hate them anymore either.

    lost several gay friends to AIDS in the 80's.

    and another couple since.

    part of the reason i went into TB (tuberculosis) research.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wyn McTwitch
    I am, however, in a monogamous relationship with a man that I hope to be with for the rest of my days. So I guess you could call me a non-practicing bisexual.
    How the heck does that work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by der_kluge
    How the heck does that work?
    Platonic Life Partner

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    Quote Originally Posted by diaglo
    part of the reason i went into TB (tuberculosis) research.
    You know you're totally into TB (Teflon Billy) research, you fag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hobo sapiens
    You know you're totally into TB (Teflon Billy) research, you fag.
    Teflon Billy is one hot dude!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by der_kluge
    How the heck does that work?
    I'm not sure what you mean ...

    I'm engaged to be married to a man. I love him for who he is, not the fact that he has a penis. If he was the same person with a vagina, I would still want to be with him (her?) for the rest of my life.

    But. Because I am commited to him does not mean that other people cease to be attractive. I am still attracted to men and women, same as I was before I met him.

    Does that clear it up?
    A mature person is one who does not think only in absolutes, who is able to be objective even when deeply stirred emotionally, who has learned that there is both good and bad in all people and in all things, and who walks humbly and deals charitably with the circumstances of life, knowing that in this world no one is all knowing and therefore all of us need both love and charity.

    - Eleanor Roosevelt



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    I'm sorry - is it common knowledge that I'm female?

    I am. Female.
    A mature person is one who does not think only in absolutes, who is able to be objective even when deeply stirred emotionally, who has learned that there is both good and bad in all people and in all things, and who walks humbly and deals charitably with the circumstances of life, knowing that in this world no one is all knowing and therefore all of us need both love and charity.

    - Eleanor Roosevelt



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