|Gay, straight or bisexual?|
The short answer, "No." Oh I've heard all the arguments about the "shades" of sexuality but in my experience you're either gay or you're not.
Now how can I make this definitive statement? What are my qualifications? Have I done a study? Well….yes. I'm basing my opinion on my own experience as a 100% gay man.
While I like women and have my share of women friends, I have absolutely no sexual attraction to a woman. Nada. None. Zilch. Zip.
Now, are there those gay men who have sex with women? Sure. Absolutely.
I myself have done a very unscientific and casual survey of gay men who have married, and have had children and have had sex with women. I've asked them "Did you enjoy it?" The answer invariably was "It was all right." "It." Never, once did I receive an answer "It was fabulous!" Or "I'm giving up men for women!" Nope. Never happened.
Now of course I know I'm probably going to trigger a fair number of responses from those who say "You don't know what you're talking about." or "How do you know?" Folks, I know. There are few things in this world that I'm sure of but this is one of them.
I remember one time I cornered a friend of mine who was married and had five kids. His name was Phil and the time was New Year's Day 1978, in the crowded basement of the 247 gay bar in center city Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. I asked him "Phil, are you gay or bisexual?" He said (note that he was somewhat inebriated so he had to be telling the truth) "I'm a homosexual Ron." I asked him "Do you mind me asking how you had kids?" He said "What do you mean?" I asked him "How did you get 'it' in her?" He said "Ron, I went into the bathroom with a magazine and masturbated until I got hard right to the point of climax and put my d-ck in her."
I apologize for being so blunt folks but I am trying to accurately represent our conversation. Now I know this isn't every "bisexual's" experience but it was enough for me. His answers confirmed my already made conclusions.
Now I await the for comments telling me how wrong I am. But folks, you know I'm right.