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2012-10-11 01:54:33 PM

Cybernetic: This Looks Fun: Cythraul: This Looks Fun: Cythraul: I'm a homosexual.

You know how I know you're gay?

My assless leather chaps, riding crop, captain's hat, leather chest harness, black biker's boots, and studded leather collar?

Well I was going to say it was your Weeners, but yeah, now it's those.

Best. Filterpwn. EVER.


Yeah... I ain't even mad. I mean, it's a little embarrassing, but couldn't have been a better placement.

/Takes a bow.
 
2012-10-11 01:59:25 PM

Cythraul: Why would 'initial post' cause a filter replacement?


Because sometimes the only thing people have to say is that they have nothing to say, but want to say it in the most annoying way possible.

And if they want, they can do it wearing a t-shirt.

Anyway, let me try my "joke" again: "Well I was going to say it was your initial comment, but now I'm sure it's the assless chaps."
 
2012-10-11 02:01:28 PM

conjecture and hearsay: I like the smell of my own farts.


I fart in the bathtub and snap at the bubbles.
 
2012-10-11 02:14:14 PM

Mr. Cat Poop: I'm a crossdressing atheist panty sniffing republican and I like beastiality porn .

/One of those is not true.


I've stricken the most embarrassing one for ya.
 
2012-10-11 02:23:47 PM

EZ Writer: victrin: I took the plunge two years ago, and I've never been happier.

I made this video and posted it to facebook:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8cgDVez3KlM

Is that the music from Kingdom Hearts?

/If I'm right, does that make me gay?
//NTTAWWT


It is indeed, it's called "Dearly Beloved". It was just an appropriate way to show people that I would still be the same me (huge gamer nerd); that coming out didn't change who I am, just what they knew about me.
 
Ehh
2012-10-11 02:25:47 PM

susansto-helit: I came out as bisexual in high school. At 34, I still am. This confuses people.


So, are you Chinese or Japanese?
 
2012-10-11 02:52:27 PM

InternetSecurityGuard: I'm a lesbian.


Favorited as a ham. Keep watching for the next Fark QSO Party.
 
2012-10-11 03:02:53 PM

Espertron: I am Spartacus.


I am Spartacus
and so is my wife.
 
2012-10-11 03:12:44 PM
I admit it. I have had sex before. Like with another person, even.
 
2012-10-11 03:14:40 PM
I grew up in an area between a pretty liberal, gay friendly city (Portland) and the rural area to the west so there was a pretty interesting mix of ideologies there. I had a few close friends come out to me after high school (including my best friend) and it was hard hearing people I loved talk about the feeling of having to hide something so fundamental to their being. I really can't blame them though, I remember one openly gay kid getting death threats and harassed constantly though luckily he was on our colorguard team and those girls would've killed anyone who actually tried to harm him. And this was in the 90s--I graduated in 97. I'm actually pleasantly surprised by the progress that has been made although obviously there's still a long way to go, but that was the era of DADT and the "defense of marriage" act so acceptance actually seemed to be moving in a negative direction.

I just want my friends to be able to pursue happiness in their own lives the same way I'm "allowed" to. It disgusts me that (for one example) a dear friend from college and his partner who have been together for years can't enjoy the legal protections and recognition of marriage, yet Kim Kardashian's 72-day publicity stunt, er, marriage was "sanctioned by God" and celebrated. It hit home when that same friend posted an article on Facebook about Washington's gay marriage ballot measure with the comment "for my 18 year anniversary, I'd like to get married." And no one has ever given me a good reason why they shouldn't be allowed to marry.
 
2012-10-11 03:15:32 PM

WTFDYW: I'm married and haven't had sex for going on nine years ;-(


It is unlikely your wife has gone nine weeks without sex, much less nine years.

2KanZam: I'm a proud West Virginian who:

-Is Athiest
-Hates coal
-Supports Obama


.....brb, there's someone at the door.....


I declare shenanigans. West Virginia, and you have a door?
 
2012-10-11 03:16:42 PM

Marcintosh: I still grapple with the fact I'm a nobody, I've always been a nobody, and if I'm not somebody by now, it ain't gonna happen. Damn shame about that. We coulda had fun.


Your profile begs to differ.
 
2012-10-11 03:18:38 PM

colon_pow: If i was having a theesome with my wife and another guy, and she said, hey help me suck this dick. then i might. for her.
but otherwise... nope. not interested.


If you did help her, you'd want to do it again. I think you have the right attitude. This same-sex thing really should not be an issue to any of us in this day and age. This is one area where we older people can learn from the younger generation. They really do seem to be ripping off the old labels and just going with what seems natural.
 
2012-10-11 03:34:41 PM
Confession time. I'm not really an altar boy. I'm still bisexual, but I'm not even Catholic. I don't have any gender dysphoria issues but I like to wear a dress sometimes, it makes me look damn good. If any of you are questioning your sexuality here's a simple test: What do you think about when you're rubbing one out? Try diverting your thoughts to the other gender, you will have your answer.
 
2012-10-11 03:37:36 PM
Okay, I didn't go to work today, I stayed home in my boxers, fapped twice to a porno filmed in the 1970s, then I showered and dressed. Debating a third fap session.
 
2012-10-11 03:42:54 PM

DreamyAltarBoy: If any of you are questioning your sexuality here's a simple test: What do you think about when you're rubbing one out? Try diverting your thoughts to the other gender, you will have your answer.


No, you won't have your answer. Blowing another guy is one of the top five fantasies of men who identify as straight. Just because the think about it and rub one out while doing it doesn't mean they would ever act on it or even want to.
 
2012-10-11 03:45:32 PM

JackieRabbit: DreamyAltarBoy: If any of you are questioning your sexuality here's a simple test: What do you think about when you're rubbing one out? Try diverting your thoughts to the other gender, you will have your answer.

No, you won't have your answer. Blowing another guy is one of the top five fantasies of men who identify as straight. Just because the think about it and rub one out while doing it doesn't mean they would ever act on it or even want to.


Okay point taken. Should those with this fantasy readjust their sexual identity? I did.
 
2012-10-11 03:51:15 PM

DreamyAltarBoy: JackieRabbit: DreamyAltarBoy: If any of you are questioning your sexuality here's a simple test: What do you think about when you're rubbing one out? Try diverting your thoughts to the other gender, you will have your answer.

No, you won't have your answer. Blowing another guy is one of the top five fantasies of men who identify as straight. Just because the think about it and rub one out while doing it doesn't mean they would ever act on it or even want to.

Okay point taken. Should those with this fantasy readjust their sexual identity? I did.


Sorry, I jumped to a conclusion, before I read fully. I suppose I took a different path rather than denying myself the fulfillment of that fantasy. Let them identify straight, makes no difference to me.
 
2012-10-11 03:56:10 PM

JackieRabbit: colon_pow: If i was having a theesome with my wife and another guy, and she said, hey help me suck this dick. then i might. for her.
but otherwise... nope. not interested.

If you did help her, you'd want to do it again. I think you have the right attitude. This same-sex thing really should not be an issue to any of us in this day and age. This is one area where we older people can learn from the younger generation. They really do seem to be ripping off the old labels and just going with what seems natural.


sometimes i fantasize about the wife coming home after farking someone else and sitting on my face.

i hope nobody is reading this.
 
2012-10-11 04:04:07 PM

colon_pow:
sometimes i fantasize about the wife coming home after farking someone else and sitting on my face.

i hope nobody is reading this.


Start with eating your own creampie then you can work up to more advanced achievements.

Also I'm pretty certain I'm nobody.
 
2012-10-11 04:09:51 PM

colon_pow: JackieRabbit: colon_pow: If i was having a theesome with my wife and another guy, and she said, hey help me suck this dick. then i might. for her.
but otherwise... nope. not interested.

If you did help her, you'd want to do it again. I think you have the right attitude. This same-sex thing really should not be an issue to any of us in this day and age. This is one area where we older people can learn from the younger generation. They really do seem to be ripping off the old labels and just going with what seems natural.

sometimes i fantasize about the wife coming home after farking someone else and sitting on my face.

i hope nobody is reading this.


That's one that I think should remain a fantasy, the rest of the relationship might become strained afterward. Talking about it with her might be fun, if you know she won't squick.

Btw too personal; didn't read
 
2012-10-11 04:29:56 PM

DreamyAltarBoy: colon_pow: JackieRabbit: colon_pow: If i was having a theesome with my wife and another guy, and she said, hey help me suck this dick. then i might. for her.
but otherwise... nope. not interested.

If you did help her, you'd want to do it again. I think you have the right attitude. This same-sex thing really should not be an issue to any of us in this day and age. This is one area where we older people can learn from the younger generation. They really do seem to be ripping off the old labels and just going with what seems natural.

sometimes i fantasize about the wife coming home after farking someone else and sitting on my face.

i hope nobody is reading this.

That's one that I think should remain a fantasy, the rest of the relationship might become strained afterward. Talking about it with her might be fun, if you know she won't squick.

Btw too personal; didn't read


totally agreed.
 
2012-10-11 04:33:15 PM

fredbox: I admit it. I have had sex before. Like with another person, even.


When I was 7 or 8 years old, I thought that "gay" was the opposite of "virgin." My very conservative parents had done their best to keep me sheltered, you see. This led to a couple of very odd misunderstandings before I was corrected.
 
2012-10-11 04:35:19 PM

DreamyAltarBoy: JackieRabbit: DreamyAltarBoy: If any of you are questioning your sexuality here's a simple test: What do you think about when you're rubbing one out? Try diverting your thoughts to the other gender, you will have your answer.

No, you won't have your answer. Blowing another guy is one of the top five fantasies of men who identify as straight. Just because the think about it and rub one out while doing it doesn't mean they would ever act on it or even want to.

Okay point taken. Should those with this fantasy readjust their sexual identity? I did.


I think it takes more than a fantasy. I don't think they need to re-adjust their sexual identity based solely on sexual fantasy. What I'd like to see is the labels go away altogether. They never have done anything but cause misery, confusion and misunderstanding. I have never had romantic feelings for a man, though I did experiment because of some curiosity in my younger days and found these encounters to be quite erotic and enjoyable. For years it caused me to question myself about whether I was being honest with myself about my sexuality. In the end, I decided that I didn't need the hetero- bi- or homo- prefixes to the work sexuality. I am human and humans evolved to be somewhat flexible in their sexual predilections. So maybe we should all always re-ajust our thinking about sexuality. If we know exactly who we are and are comfortable with this, we cannot be surprised or feel threatened.
 
2012-10-11 04:45:49 PM

JackieRabbit: In the end, I decided that I didn't need the hetero- bi- or homo- prefixes to the work sexuality. I am human and humans evolved to be somewhat flexible in their sexual predilections. So maybe we should all always re-ajust our thinking about sexuality. If we know exactly who we are and are comfortable with this, we cannot be surprised or feel threatened.


You just became a favorite. I do that when someone displays wisdom.
 
2012-10-11 04:59:56 PM

DreamyAltarBoy: JackieRabbit: In the end, I decided that I didn't need the hetero- bi- or homo- prefixes to the work sexuality. I am human and humans evolved to be somewhat flexible in their sexual predilections. So maybe we should all always re-ajust our thinking about sexuality. If we know exactly who we are and are comfortable with this, we cannot be surprised or feel threatened.

You just became a favorite. I do that when someone displays wisdom.


Thanks. I just find sexual identities to be self-limiting. I have an old and dear friend form college, who is gay. He says he knew he was gay when he was four. I asked him many years ago if he had ever had sex with a woman. He answered that he had. When he was 25, he gave himself, as a birthday present, a weekend of sex with a willing woman friend. He said the did everything a man and a woman can do. I asked him if he had enjoyed the encounter and he told me that it was absolutely fantastic; he had had a ball and that it was hot as hell. So I asked him why he had never repeated the experience. His answer was "I can't do that! I'm gay!" I will never understand this kind thinking.
 
2012-10-11 05:03:11 PM
A former coworker who kind of hides her homosexuality at work asked me if I would come to her wedding (date undetermined) today. She added all kinds of qualifiers about "if you're ok with a gay wedding" and such. I told her I'd be honored to be there and was glad she'd asked. I was a little hurt that she added the qualifiers, but we do live in Fundieville, USA, so I'll give her a pass.
 
2012-10-11 05:18:14 PM
Okay, I see this is veering off into the gay marriage thing.

Why is the state involved in the marriage business at all?

Why should a marriage be restricted to only two people? There's plenty of functional poly relationships out there.

What's wrong with remaining unmarried? Personally I can't imagine a circumstance it would work for me, unless my life goal becomes making a divorce lawyer wealthy.

Advocates of gay marriage are really aiming low. If you really want rights, you should form gay corporations instead.
 
2012-10-11 05:35:46 PM

JackieRabbit: DreamyAltarBoy: JackieRabbit: In the end, I decided that I didn't need the hetero- bi- or homo- prefixes to the work sexuality. I am human and humans evolved to be somewhat flexible in their sexual predilections. So maybe we should all always re-ajust our thinking about sexuality. If we know exactly who we are and are comfortable with this, we cannot be surprised or feel threatened.

You just became a favorite. I do that when someone displays wisdom.

Thanks. I just find sexual identities to be self-limiting. I have an old and dear friend form college, who is gay. He says he knew he was gay when he was four. I asked him many years ago if he had ever had sex with a woman. He answered that he had. When he was 25, he gave himself, as a birthday present, a weekend of sex with a willing woman friend. He said the did everything a man and a woman can do. I asked him if he had enjoyed the encounter and he told me that it was absolutely fantastic; he had had a ball and that it was hot as hell. So I asked him why he had never repeated the experience. His answer was "I can't do that! I'm gay!" I will never understand this kind thinking.


I don't get that either, but I'm not inside his head. I've never "come out" because my sexuality has always been just another fact among many. Most people I meet just don't care, in fact many just assume I'm gay. They are quite surprised that I've been happily (and monagamously) married to a woman for 15yrs.
 
2012-10-11 05:46:01 PM
You're gay?

Who cares?
 
2012-10-11 05:52:01 PM
i'm a gay man trapped in a woman's body.
 
2012-10-11 06:49:03 PM

douchebag/hater: You're gay?

Who cares?


Too many people, unfortunately.
 
2012-10-11 07:04:38 PM

jack21221: Yay, my first greenlight!

I'm straight, but I consider myself an ally; I've have had several gay friends and been to like five pride festivals over the years. I just love the fact that fewer and fewer people seem to be opposed to homosexuality (and in particular, equal rights for same-sex couples). Maybe one day we'll live in a world where there doesn't need to be a "national coming out day" because nobody will need to be in the closet in the first place.


To all the kids we suspected were gay in high school and have since come out...

I'm proud of you. I hope that if any of my children are put in the same position as you in the future, that they handle themselves with as much pride and confidence as yourselves.
 
2012-10-11 08:21:26 PM
You should see me on Twitter.
 
2012-10-11 08:25:50 PM

JackieRabbit: His answer was "I can't do that! I'm gay!" I will never understand this kind thinking.


You've got two different things going on here, potentially...

But the most likely explanation is this....kinda like how I was saying earlier that I at least partially self-identify as a lesbian (gender-wise), I'm just not sexually nor emotionally attracted to guys. I've had...chances, and fantasies, and so forth. But circumstances would have to be extraordinary for me to "go there". It might feel amazing (since we're all, males and females alike, built on the same genetic blueprint), but emotionally? No desire to try.

That's why I can tell my wife with all honesty that any fantasies I have in my femme persona of wanting to be pegged or to feel penetrated don't mean that I'm gay. I don't want to be intimate that way with a genetic male. They just don't...intrigue me enough to drop trou. *shrug*
 
Oak
2012-10-12 12:42:58 AM
I don't care what you like to do with your genitals.
 
2012-10-12 01:05:12 AM
Surprise!!

We all knew you were queer.
 
2012-10-12 01:14:17 AM

I should be in the kitchen: I grew up in an area between a pretty liberal, gay friendly city (Portland) and the rural area to the west so there was a pretty interesting mix of ideologies there. I had a few close friends come out to me after high school (including my best friend) and it was hard hearing people I loved talk about the feeling of having to hide something so fundamental to their being. I really can't blame them though, I remember one openly gay kid getting death threats and harassed constantly though luckily he was on our colorguard team and those girls would've killed anyone who actually tried to harm him. And this was in the 90s--I graduated in 97. I'm actually pleasantly surprised by the progress that has been made although obviously there's still a long way to go, but that was the era of DADT and the "defense of marriage" act so acceptance actually seemed to be moving in a negative direction.

I just want my friends to be able to pursue happiness in their own lives the same way I'm "allowed" to. It disgusts me that (for one example) a dear friend from college and his partner who have been together for years can't enjoy the legal protections and recognition of marriage, yet Kim Kardashian's 72-day publicity stunt, er, marriage was "sanctioned by God" and celebrated. It hit home when that same friend posted an article on Facebook about Washington's gay marriage ballot measure with the comment "for my 18 year anniversary, I'd like to get married." And no one has ever given me a good reason why they shouldn't be allowed to marry.


How odd.

Those of us that lived during the 60's and 70's didn't threaten to kill people who were different from us.

Must be that new math. Or the fact that we actually saw a real civil rights struggle unfold before us.

/you are all a bunch of whiners
 
2012-10-12 02:10:34 AM

Slam1263:

How odd.

Those of us that lived during the 60's and 70's didn't threaten to kill people who were different from us.

Must be that new math. Or the fact that we actually saw a real civil rights struggle unfold before us.

/you are all a bunch of whiners


As each oppressed minority makes its public bid for equality reactionary forces rise up against it, often with violence. In 1968 Dr King was assassinated, in 1998 Matthew Shephard was tied to a fence and beaten to death.

This math isn't new, it is the same equation with different variables.
 
2012-10-12 03:46:12 AM
I'm not gay but I did go out today, does that count?
farm4.staticflickr.com
 
2012-10-12 03:58:16 PM

victrin: I took the plunge two years ago, and I've never been happier.

I made this video and posted it to facebook:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8cgDVez3KlM


That was lovely - thank you for posting the link.
 
2012-10-12 06:59:25 PM

Spanky McStupid: victrin: I took the plunge two years ago, and I've never been happier.

I made this video and posted it to facebook:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8cgDVez3KlM

That was lovely - thank you for posting the link.


Agreed. Well done.
 
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