i know some women who watch gay male porn. those same women have said that the men in gay porn are more vocally responsive to stimulation than the men straight porn and in real life. ie the men in gay porn moan and groan throughout the sex act and not just at the end when they bus a nut. also, i guess the men in gay porn might pay a bit more attention to their appearance more often than the dudes in straight porn.Originally posted by LEONARD REMIX RROY:
I wonder if gay male sex scenes turn straight women on as much as two women turn men on?
Women should edit a gay male sex scene in a porno video and not tell their male, then watch his reaction when he see two men go at it. Maybe the selfish threesome wanting male will then get a reality check.
I guess i'm a square because, one woman is enough for me, I have no desire for two in my bed.
however, i know other women and men who like to vocalize how repulsed they are by male/male makeout scenes on tv and they comment on how "nasty" it is. however, i have noticed that younger women have very little to say about female/female sex scenes in porn and on tv while older women tend to express repulsion by the images.
i figure that most people just say shit is nasty or distasteful because society has decreed that the act is socially unacceptable and people like to be accepted by society. however, it occured to me yesterday while watching this crazy ass independent film called "chuck and buck" yesterday, that there is nothing inherently repugnant about gay sex. it is what is. our emotional reactions to it are learned beahaviors.
i've never been bust in the boodie in jail. i was never molested by a man during childhood. gay men used to hit on me frequently when i was younger, but i never really felt threatened. i have no negative associations with gay sex. i'm just not interested. if anything i think them mothafucas is brave than a mothafuc for pursuing their lifestyle. so many of their families disown them. so many are victims of violence. so many are homeless and hustling. so many are depressed, ashamed and have low-esteem. i think to do what you love despite personal hardships is admirable. they don't need any additional negativity from me.
however, lesbians and straight women who male-bash, that's a different story. i ain't down with male-bashing.
[ December 04, 2002, 10:00 AM: Message edited by: kenspank ]