"I agree with Gigneil. When something like 1/3 of men are brought to orgasm at some point in their lives by another male, and something like 1/2 of all men dabble in m2m fun (again, at least once in their lives), it suggests that perhaps many people are bi-sexual or bi-curious (pan-sexual or omni-sexual, if you will), rather than strictly straight or gay. I argue sexuality is a spectrum, or continuum, rather than a binary toggle. Few things in life are black & white."
LOL! Hey, Neil! You sound like the Professor on "Gilligan's Island" giving one of his lectures to the castaways!
Skipper: "That was great, Professor, but can you translate that into English?"
"Few things in life are black & white."
Beg to differ! Why, today, I am wearing a GORGEOUS Mexx white cotton
button up casual shirt, with a high collar.....it's stunning. My dress pants are midnight black, straight legged. My shoes are Italian black hard leather, and
let me tell YOU, the look is F A B U L O U S! So summery casual, yet tres
masculine sexy. *Big Wink*
Besides that, the first season of "Gilligan's Island" (CBS 1964-1967) was filmed in B & W.
*SIGH* Well, it's time for my second morning Cafe Americano and my biscotti.
And by the way, why do you feel it's so imperative you get across the fact you're straight? I thought you were a much more secure guy than that.
I mean, really, why would you give, pardon my language, a rats ass how people perceive you.
I posted my I don't understand why Gay/Not Gay remains an issue for many people.