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    (Original post by Jonsmith98)
    Yea, that's somtimes an issue, although in my experiance gay jokes are thrown about a lot as a cheep way to get laughs, but it doesn't immediatly indacte someone as a die hard homophobic and more often than not when you do come out to someone the jokes and derogitory terms are halted with immediate effect.

    However Im studying at a collage with a large diversity and basically hang out in the gayest corner of our collage (Yes we actually put up our own flag:
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    So my observations may be a bit biased
    The collage I'm at is incredibly hostile to gay people, I can't go anywhere without fear of being called a sissy little ****** ***** or something to that effect
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    I'd say a fair few people who go to clubs (not all) regardless of if they're straight or gay have the intention of receiving pleasure whenever they do go. I think if you do go to a gay club, people there would appreciate honesty because at one point they had to come out. Maybe just be straight up and tell them you're trying to find you're sexuality...and they may want to help you discover it. Don't go further than what you're comfortable with, make sure the person knows that you're experimenting and always make sure you're seeking/giving consent.

    Hope this helps OP
    Thank for your help, you've really made me more comfortable about the situation, I'm just worried about being taken advantage of considering I'm only 5ft 1
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    you're a boy-sexual
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    Thank for your help, you've really made me more comfortable about the situation, I'm just worried about being taken advantage of considering I'm only 5ft 1
    I think gay people are some of the most understanding and friendly people you'll ever meet. They're not ones to judge. Just remember, you don't have to do anything you don't want to do. If at any point you feel uncomfortable, leave.
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    (Original post by BubbleBoobies)
    you're a boy-sexual
    I'm not a boy, I'm at collage x
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    No, because there's no hyphen in 'bisexual'.

    Ahem.

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    I know I still like girls (slept with approx. 200) but it felt too good. Can you help me? Is this a phase? Will it pass?
    Your genitals will never know nor care about the gender of the person doing nice things to them. You mind obviously does...

    ... does it see a problem?

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    Do you think they will let me experiment (hand jobs) with them?
    Pick the right bar / club, and yes, there will be a sex on the premises space where more than that happens.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I know I still like girls (slept with approx. 200) but it felt too good. Can you help me? Is this a phase? Will it pass? Or am I bi-sexual?
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    Approx. yeah, I've had chlamydia 4 times now :2euk48l:
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    I'm not turned on by gay porn but his grip was more pleasurable than a female to me
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    The collage I'm at is incredibly hostile to gay people, I can't go anywhere without fear of being called a sissy little ****** ***** or something to that effect
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    I wouldn't say it appeals per se but I jerk off to it all the time
    So you're in college, but you've slept with 200 girls and had chlamydia 4 times?, and you're not turned on by gay porn but jerk off to it all the time? You trolling bro?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I think gay people are some of the most understanding and friendly people you'll ever meet. They're not ones to judge. Just remember, you don't have to do anything you don't want to do. If at any point you feel uncomfortable, leave.
    Thanks, I think that's true, I'll try and find my nearest gay club this weekend
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    So you're in college, but you've slept with 200 girls and had chlamydia 4 times?, and you're not turned on by gay porn but jerk off to it all the time? You trolling bro?
    I said approx. 200
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    No, because there's no hyphen in 'bisexual'.

    Ahem.



    Your genitals will never know nor care about the gender of the person doing nice things to them. You mind obviously does...

    ... does it see a problem?



    Pick the right bar / club, and yes, there will be a sex on the premises space where more than that happens.
    What if somebody wants to something with anus/butthole?
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    I said approx. 200
    Still doesn't make it anymore believable...
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Thank for your help, you've really made me more comfortable about the situation, I'm just worried about being taken advantage of considering I'm only 5ft 1
    5 foot 1 and you've slept with 200 girls?
    If you're not a troll then fair play fella.
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    (Original post by Drummerz)
    Still doesn't make it anymore believable...
    Are you calling me a liar matey?
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    The collage I'm at is incredibly hostile to gay people, I can't go anywhere without fear of being called a sissy little ****** ***** or something to that effect
    Damn, I remember when I used to be at a christian secondary school, and yeah that definitely wasn't a fun experience. Are you planning on going to university? If so, join up to the LGBT society (yes believe it or not you don't have to be gay to join a LGBT society) and then you'll get a chance to feel free to discuss things openly with people and not feel boxed in. Our society at collage meets every week, and we have a room where we just chill out over lunch as big group. Its great fun and you can be as involved as you like.

    In reference to a person that was talking about people being open and willing to help people experiment in clubs and stuff. I would personally say that yeah, its definitely an option, but be careful with how the wording is done.

    Obviously Ice break a bit, get to know the person your talking to and let them get to know you a bit and then mention that your unsure of your sexuality and then lead onto experimentation. Being subtle is important, because if someone walked up-to me and said, "Hey im straight but want to try it" Id defiantly back away from the whole situation. So yeah, as they said Honesty is key. I wouldn't want to find out a week later that the guy was just using me as a strip of litmus paper, but if someone was upfront about it, then sure id be more inclined to go with it.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    What if somebody wants to something with anus/butthole?
    You say 'no'...

    ... unless you want to say 'yes'.
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    5 foot 1 and you've slept with 200 girls?
    If you're not a troll then fair play fella.
    Yeah I'm 5ft 1 but with raised heels I'm 5ft 6 at least, plus standing on tip toes at the club, I'm a confident 6ft
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    You say 'no'...

    ... unless you want to say 'yes'.
    I feel like saying 'yes' but my butthole is full of winnets and I'm not very confident about its appearance
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    (Original post by Jonsmith98)
    Damn, I remember when I used to be at a christian secondary school, and yeah that definitely wasn't a fun experience. Are you planning on going to university? If so, join up to the LGBT society (yes believe it or not you don't have to be gay to join a LGBT society) and then you'll get a chance to feel free to discuss things openly with people and not feel boxed in. Our society at collage meets every week, and we have a room where we just chill out over lunch as big group. Its great fun and you can be as involved as you like.

    In reference to a person that was talking about people being open and willing to help people experiment in clubs and stuff. I would personally say that yeah, its definitely an option, but be careful with how the wording is done.

    Obviously Ice break a bit, get to know the person your talking to and let them get to know you a bit and then mention that your unsure of your sexuality and then lead onto experimentation. Being subtle is important, because if someone walked up-to me and said, "Hey im straight but want to try it" Id defiantly back away from the whole situation. So yeah, as they said Honesty is key. I wouldn't want to find out a week later that the guy was just using me as a strip of litmus paper, but if someone was upfront about it, then sure id be more inclined to go with it.
    I feel like that's something I'd want to do, but I'm not very confident and feel very shy around other people. Thanks for all your help John Smith! x
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    You've slept with 200 girls :puke: wtf... You sound like max 20 as well.
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    Hi there, this a very sensitive topic for me. Recently, my friend invited me to his house for an evening of Fifa and Call of Duty, something that I was really into at the time. Something struck me as odd during our phone call, he jokingly added at the end of the conversation, 'Bring some lube mate', I laughed in response. It was just so out of character, he was always that friend who would get uncomfortable about his sexuality. I put it down as a joke, and even decided to buy some as a joke, so I picked some up on the way. When I came into his room I produced the lube from my pocket and said 'there's your lube you c***!' as friends often do. He laughed, I laughed. About an hour into Call of Duty he said 'I need a w**k me mate', and I thought to myself 'So do I'. We remembered the lube, at first I thought we were gonna use it separately and achieve climax alone. That's how it started, both of us j*****g off back to back, but then his hand reach around my back and onto my c**k, I won't lie it felt amazing and I c**e right on his hand. Immediately he took has back round and said 'that's gross mate'. He went to the bathroom to wash it and when he came back we went to sleep.

    I know I still like girls (slept with approx. 200) but it felt too good. Can you help me? Is this a phase? Will it pass? Or am I bi-sexual?
    Hey! it happened to me more or less the same... Until that day I thought I was str8 but then one day me and my best friend just met to study (!) and we started talking about girls and we just got horny... 2 minutes later we started jerking off each other and then we did oral sex... I was so confused and the next weeks I stopped talking to him.. but I understood I was bisexual... and he was too.. some time later we met again and it was really weird but we talked about that and then we ended up having sex..It is awkward, I know! Now, when we want to, we just have sex whenever we want... and I keep having sex with girls also... But he is certainly my sex mate...
    Im not a relationship kind of boy but if I was this could be a problem...
    Also, how old are u?
    I hope my similar experience helps u... Any doubt just ask me
 
 
 
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