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Submissive straight guys

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March 9, 2015

Anyone ever have sexual tension with a straight friend. and when you get stoned/drunk...they're a big bottom bitch? Why/how does that happen? Its happened to me with three guys.

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Title Submissive straight guys
Upvotes 8
Comments 3
Date 09 March 2015 04:45 AM UTC (5 years ago)
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[–]omnipedia2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

Everyone's a little bisexual- most people suppress it, some people embrace it. Others ignore it. The inhibition are lowered by alcohol, though and if you're discrete and not going to be perceived as gay they may trust you.

[–]GC0W302 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

People choose their publicly/"semi-privately" declared sexual orientation based on what makes them happiest. If that lines up with their internal narrative, they'll be honest.

If it doesn't line up, then they'll lie, or just choose non-disclosure.

If you enjoy sex with men, but don't enjoy romantic love with men then you may very well choose to say you're 'straight'.

You might also just say you're straight if you live in a town where you believe you'll NEVER find a good man, and intend to thus stick to women for the rest of your life.

You can be out about "bi but no longer dating men" if you want to your friends, but not at work... but rumors travel slowest when as few people as possible know the truth.

After 14 years of not being able to land a single guy without going online and driving over an hour... I see little upside to telling anyone I think of myself as bisexual.

The downside to word getting out could include job loss, limited ability to change employers within my trade, losing access to certain family/social activities....

I am closeted at work. I tell most of my friends who aren't really acquaintances, but frankly I'm not sure I would out myself [even to my friends] again if I wasn't already quasi-out.

When I was with my [now ex] wife, I was out to her. That made her coming home from work one day and discovering that the porn I'd been whacking to was Russian twinks way less awkward than it would have been otherwise.

[–]GC0W300 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

OP, out of curiosity, what do you mean they become a big bottom bitch.

These guys have a half-dozen beers and two joints, and then they're begging for your member?

Or does the submissive here mean they want you to chain them to a bedpost and make them clean the floor?

How was this shit playing out?

On edit:

I'm going to repeat a Patrice O'Neal line: Don't tell on pussy.

If you tell ANYONE about this, things could go ridiculously sideways for you in seconds. Keep down-low down-low.

You can kill a man, but you can't kill an idea.

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