Is there something in the water?  

jayloche 37M
4 posts
11/16/2005 4:18 pm

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Is there something in the water?


Am I the only one that has noticed the explosion of bimales with in the last few years?

I first really accepted being bi about 6 years ago, and at the time there was little to no bimales around...at least no in my little corner of the net.

One of the clearest examples that things have changed, at least to me, is porn. Just a few years ago finding mmf porn was nearly impossible, and trust me when it comes time to finding porn, I know how to get the job done , If you did find something it was normally something from the eights with two guys trying ever so hard to look like Freddie Mercury playing with each others dick while the girl sat on the side and watched..So sad.

But how things have changed! A search now, only a handful of years later, will find entire sites dedicated to giving you mmf porn. Granted all of the sites show the same pics of the same dozen porn artist,but it's progress....isn't it?

Now I'm not going to even think of complaining about any of this, the more the merrier and all that, but what changed? We (or at least us Americans) are living in an increasingly conservative age and we're all getting ever so slightly more gay (to all the bi guys who I just offended, I know, you're just curious, only do it with a woman there, and it isn't gay because it's oral or you're not taking anal).

I don't know why it's suddenly OK to be bi..maybe it's just a trend, maybe it's suddenly cool to brag about sucking another guys dick or maybe a we're at a point where men are finally coming to terms that it's OK for them to admit to that desire.

In the end I don't know why men ( and a few very hot and kinky woman...who should contact me ) have started opening there minds, and ass to something new.

itsallfun1957 59M

11/16/2005 6:29 pm

This is my spin. For some of us who are not in this for quantity but quality, my belief is that overtime we/I have come to accept my sensuality/sexuality. I do not place gender as a goal but an experience that involves mind, body, and soul. As for the comercial acknowledgement of an increasing population of bi-sexual folk, whether it is a trend or a revolution, there are some benefits. For the most part it is a state of being.>>>itsallfun1957


jandtee 53M

12/1/2005 1:01 pm

Here is my take on the whole bi sexual scene.. The internet has allowed many of us to "come out".. We are not gay, we are the guys who like & do both.. And yes, it has surprized me that there are so many bi males... I host groups often & for the most part it usually winds up with 70% bi guys!!! I had my 1st guy encounter when I was in college. Got out of college, got married, had children & then about 2 years ago, these bi feelings re-surficed.. Not untill I got on AdultFriendFinder did I persue my desires & fantacies.. It has been great!!! I have enjoyed sex like never before!!! I am commmited in my marriage, but am being full filled by my bi sexual encounters... Jay, I appreciate your honest & forthright approach to this subject...Sure hope other guys respond...Thanks again, Jay


rm_matt520208 64M/52F
2 posts
12/4/2005 10:32 pm

Just like jandtee, I had my first male male encounter as a teen. I have been married three times. I have 6 children, 3 natural and 3 step. (they are all mine) I raised them since they were small. I recently acted upon my feelings two yrs ago and want more. I have a little experience. I am willing to try anything. I am really interested in anal both receiving and giving. I am retired military and civilian, clean D/D free. Fairly new to the bi lifestyle, having had 6 experiences, 2 JO and 4 oral. I enjoy hiking, camping, fishing kayaking, museums (science, history, art). I am looking for a friend and a sex buddy.


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