Have you ever thought what if Homosexuality isn’t real? Like seriously think about it. What if what society calls gay, lesibian, etc. is really just a gift that we have to see others and love them for who they are… Not what they are!!! Thoughts, comments, opinions??? They’d be greatly appreciated!!!
So I was coming home from work, racing through traffic because I really had to poo (Wasn’t expecting that were you lol 😄). Anyhow, I finally make it and I’m on the toilet and I get on Facebook on my phone. That’s just what we tend to while pooping now a days. As I scrolling down my timeline, i see one of those little ad things. This one in particular was talking about men’s health and I read a number of things. Just to share a few (well really the only few that I read) I read about 15 Things You Didn’t Know About Your Penis, What Your Orgasm Says About You, and Better Sex For Her (not the exact title but I feel that you get my drift).
I can honestly say reading this material enlightened me so much. It was all so… FASCINATING… I learned that smoking can actually decrease your penis size by a whole centimeter, different sex positions that are great for her and him, there are two types of penises (a shower and a grower), and bunch of other stuff. However, this was all great info for a heterosexual man, but what about the gay men out here. I want to know different positions and how they work for pleasing him and myself. After all, the vagina and they anus are totally different. I DARE someone to tell me anything different.
So my journey on the internet began trying to find Gay Sex Tips. By default, I went to google. It may be weird that I was so shocked, but I was disturbed to see all the HIV this, STD that, and use condoms for this and that for safe sex. However, when I type in great sex tips for men, I can get a list full of stuff and it saying ABSOLUTELY NOTHING, about safe sex. This is where my problem developed.
For all my people who have Beyoncé’s newest self-titled album, go listen to Flawless. At first you here the song Bow Down and right before Flawless comes on, there is a long gap where a woman (Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie) says, “Because I am female, I am expected to aspire to marriage… But why do we teach girls to aspire to marriage and we don’t teach boys the same”.
Now don’t get me wrong, I understand that HIV is common in the gay society, but it is common in drug dealers and any heterosexual couples have it just as well. Like Adichie says (except my version this time) Because I am gay, i am expected to wrap up and have safe sex because I can potentially catch HIV and other STD’s… But why teach the gay community about these dangers and we don’t teach heterosexuals the same. It’s offensive to me that everytime I try and go look at gay things, the first thing that pops up is HIV concerns, as if it’s “The Gay Man’s Disease”. NEWSFLASH for that @$$… Heterosexuals, drug dealers, new born babies, and even cats (except in their case it’s AIDS, but it’s practically the same) yet, it’s so focused on the gay community. With that being said, I still never found my sex tips.
So I am here for every gay, straight, bi, lesbian, tranny, black, white, mixed, Hispanic, and etc to inform all of you to go have sex and be comfortable with it. Of course, use protection if you’re unsure cause you never know what he or SHE is doing on the side. But just go at it and have fun, ESPECIALLY my LGBT community. Don’t let the media and society scare you from having a healthy, fun-filled, pleasurable, love making experience because they think it’s the so called “Gay Mans Disease”… And that is…. My Gay Sex Tip😊☺️😉😘💋💖💗💞