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|Anyone know any good free Gay erotic Story sites?|
im looking for a site that features stories about young boys and there gay sex experiments im 14 and tim more into stories about boys my age and younger and i also want to be an auther
|Im not recommending it until you become 18. You are too young.|
|Where i can i read young avergers comics for free?|
and a side note does it make me a little gay being a boy and likeing wiccan in this comic more then the othere superhores featered
|here you go enjoy.|
|A serious relationship & gay sex at a young age...?|
im 14 1/2 btw..
im gay, and im with my very first boyfriend of 4 months, he is as well gay but he's 13.. were both openly gay, and probably the only young openly gay couple at our jr high. he's in 7th grade, and im in 8th grade, he's suppose to 8th and im suppose to be in 9th. we've known each other for about 10 years already, since just about the age i was 4. we both went to the same elementary and he's just about my bestfriend. when i told him i was gay, and that i've been liking him for awhile now, he said the same and we started dating this year. our parents do not know about our relationship except my boyfriend's mom, she's really supportive and she really likes me, and so does my boyfriend's younger brother, he doesn't want to tell his dad because he thinks it would let his dad down, and disappoint him. my parents do not know because there both very homo-phobic, and do not think the homosexual way of life is right. therefor i have not told them, i've told some of my cousins, and my two sisters, that are very supportive. those are just some facts, but about our relationship.. me do the usual stuff like kiss, hold hands, makeout, hug, cuddle, fall asleep together. i can say i have fallen in love with this boy, and he's in love with me. our relationship got pretty serious during the month and half, when we started getting sexually active, i spent the night at this dads (parents are divorced & separated) and we just hung out like regular bestfriends, played video games, watch tv, hang out with some friends down the street at the park, went out to go eat with his parents, and then later into the night, we were laying down on his bed watching some random comedy movie we rented, and since i don't like movies i was just texting my friends and what not, and i was really bored so, i just got up on him and started kissing him, i can tell he wanted to since he didn't say anything and we were just making out for the longest we have ever madeout, we both started getting horny cause of all the rubbing and stuff (we were wearing boxers and a teeshirt) he started grabbing at my package, and a little after 20 minutes we gave eachother head, it was pretty intense and felt really good, we showered together, and then went to the bed. that was the first real serious night we've ever had with another person. after 3 weeks later, i spent the night at his moms house, we did just about the same thing we did every night, and then the sexual thing happened again, but this time we took all of our clothes off, i know for a fact that i am std free, and that he is as well (i went with him everywhere, doctor appointments, dentist, even the grocery store and getting hair cuts sometimes) and well we didn't plan on actually having sex, but we did that night... i wasn't the one getting penetrated but he was, and i didn't use a condom because again it happened then and there not planned or anything, i wasnt worried cause were both std free and never have messed around with another person, and we obviously coudlnt get pregnant. the next weekend, the same thing happened but at his dads but i was the one getting penetrated this time, no condom was used again unfortunately... but im fine and nothing seems to be wrong, we don't really plan on having any sexual intercourse, i just happens. wel the question is, are we taking this relationship a little to serious at this age? please dont be rude..
|That sounds amazing =)|
Hey dude, you don't need to worry about what anyone thinks, because all that matters is that you love each other, and he seems to make you very happy, so other people's opinions don't really matter. Don't let other people tell you what's right and wrong.
I think you have a really cute, awesome relationship. I'm even a little bit envious. I'm 16 and I've never had the opportunity to have a relationship like that. Count yourself lucky and enjoy it.
Are you worried about the sex? Don't be scared to do it, because as you said - it just came naturally. When it comes naturally like that - it's OK. I would recommend you use a condom anyway. =)
|I am looking for a book with a gay character. Preferably Young Adult. Below are some I have looked up.?|
Books I want opinions on are:
Out of the Pocket
THE GOD BOX
So hard to say
is he or isn't he
M or F?
David Inside Out
A Secret Edge
Feel free to tell me others that you have liked that are not on the list also
|David Gerrold's books Jumping off the planet, and Bouncing on the Moon. I also found a list of gay books on Amazon that were recommended.|
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|Am I right or the ex-gay man?|
Let me give you a brief explanation about me first. A couple of months ago I came out to my mother. My dad didn't really care but he didn't like it, and my mom went crazy, mad, depresses and pretty much every bad emotion. She thought I was ill, so she talked to me about taking me to a therapist I told her the idea was crazy, so she said that I could at least go to an ex-gay ministry for her. The ministry is Exodus International by the way. Now the reason why I didn't refuse to go was because one thing I know is that to better understand your argument, you must know your opponents argument. So I decided to go to see what this group of people had to say, and I sure heard many things. It turned out they know people don't choose to be gay, but are made gay by life experiences. Their most common explanation is that if a boy doesn't have a father, he most likely become gay.
SO let me get on with my question. I tried drawing a connection to all the men in the ministry to see why they think the gay life is bad and is to blame for them having a bad life. Most of them tell me that the gay life is just a bunch of sex, drugs, parties, clubs, sex clubs, and relationship that are just about sex and last no longer than two months. However, I realized that it wasn't them being gay why they are screwed up, but it's their choices. They chose have sex with men who they just met at a club,they chose do drugs, they chose to go to those sex clubs, so I'm confident to say that, they ****** them selves up. I have said that when they say the "gay lifestyle is bad," if what they really meant to say "my lifestyle was bad." Not every gay guy in the world lives the same life, not every gay guy chooses to do stupid things, and not every gay guy does drugs. I told them my opinion about what they tell me but they don;t take me seriously because I'm 16, bisexual, and haven;t lived the gay life to see how sinful it is. They say I seem stubborn and arrogant which I can completely understand since everything they say, the whole room agrees with them except me.
So by what I have said, do you think it's their own fault why they feel pathetic, sad, and lonely, or do you think it's actually the "gay lifestyle" to blame? Feel free to write some other stuff like your own experience, statement or whatever else you got to say.
I'm going to say this, I do think that most gay guys are a bunch of sluts when they are young. I'm sorry if this is insulting to some of you but from what I have seen in school, and heard from my friends who have a lot of gay friends, it seems like it's true. I know that there does come a time when they start to mature though, and I'm also aware that they are some young gay men who aren't a bunch horny guys.
These men at the ministry aren't bad though. I think they just don't seem to understand that it was their choices which is to blame and not being gay.
|I think you have it exactly right.|
There is no such thing as THE "gay lifestyle". The idea that all gay men are a bunch of sex-obsessed, drug-using, promiscuous party animals who can't maintain a long-term relationship is a stereotype that dates back from at least the 1960's when almost every gay man was closeted, and the only place to meet other gay men was in gay bars which could be raided by the police at any time. Being in a long-term relationship was difficult or impossible because everyone was terrified of being outed and losing their job, their family, and so on if they were found out.
Then came the "Sexual Revolution" for both straights and gay people, and the "Gay Liberation" movement of the late 60's and 1970's and all of a sudden, after decades of anti-gay hatred and repression, gay men finally felt free to loosen up and have some fun.
What the "ex-gay" guys don't realize is that during the 1970's (before the AIDS epidemic hit in the 1980's), EVERYONE -- straight and gay -- was having no-strings-attached sex, partying, going to discos, and so on. But somehow that's the image that a lot of people specifically have about the "gay lifestyle" even to this day, 30 or 40 years later. Its an outdated image, to say the least -- but one that at least some gay men feel drawn to. There are probably WAY more straight people living the same promiscuous, drug-and-alcohol-fueled, party life -- but you never hear anyone pointing to them and saying "the straight life is bad".
The "ex-gays" at the ministry made their choices in life, and now they regret it. That's fine. Their mistake is in blaming their homosexuality for "making" them be that way, instead of taking adult responsibility for the choices THEY made to drink, do drugs, have promiscuous sex, and so on.
|The San Diego Padres, are celebrating "Out in San Diego," Gay Pride, tomorrow?|
and the day they chose to have it on, is Kids Floppy Hat day, where adolescent prepubecint t boys and girls, are invited to the ballpark for a free floppy hat. The Gay community will be there in numbers, and many people are going to protest this, I don't thing that any 'sexual' groups, should have been celebrated on a day, when minor guyren are attending..They don't have Italian day, Muslim Day, Religious days,..Any day special, and many of the macho guys who go to the game and drink beer, are gearing up tommorow. I personally, am not going to go, I don't want to participate, in young guys being exposed to a radical group of people, hugging, kissing, etc, in front of them..no more than I want to see anyone sucking face at the ball park..so what do you think? I am not being mean,. but this isn't right. I feel this is all about money for the Padres.
|I agree. There is no Hetero Pride. That's rediculous.|
I don't have any problem with gays but you are right, nobody, especially sports teams should be promoting sexuality at a game. That's just crazy.
Also in Atlanta they have held religious promotions "Faith Night". I was not accepting of that either. I think having promotions for religion and gender preference are unacceptable. No sports teams should be promoting "groups" unless it is like guyren groups or things like college night or whatever.
I have close gay friends and I am faith-based but I don't agree at all with this being promoted in public. It's just not right! And they would agree too.
|Why being gay or bisexual considered a sin?|
I am not exactly sure, whether I'm gay or I'm bisexual, but I really like boys and girls at the same time, but I kind of get attracted more to boys. But, I also love girls and I love hanging out with them and I am also attracted to pretty girls, so I know that half or more than half of me, is gay.
I'm 16 and I am an Egyptian living in Egypt and it is so difficult to survive here this way.
I was thinking about travelling abroad, to the US/Canada/UK to go to college there, because I have read and heard about that it's easier for me to live there, however, I chatted with a gay boy and he told me in the US, life is difficult too there. I know that life in general, anywhere in the world is going to be difficult but it's more and more difficult for people like me.
I have never told anyone except my mum that I am bisexual, because she found out about me, searching about gay people and stuff, so she began to wonder, and she came to me and talked to me. I was so embarrassed, so scared, I was 13 or younger when that happened.
So to escape from the interrogation, I told her that I'm bisexual, but she has always hated homosexuals and she has always mentioned it several times infront of me but that was before I told her I was bisexual.
My mum has lived almost all of her life outside of Egypt, but she is Egyptian, also, she's not religious at all, she's not veiled and her father was an ambassador so she travelled a lot, to France, Belgium, Italy, UK and Kenya. She only came to live in Egypt when she got married to my father. I'm telling you this because she's open-minded and I realised after I told her, (or was forced to tell her that I'm bisexual) that she doesn't hate gay people/bisexuals as she used to before. My father is the complete opposite, he found out too, through the computer, gay history, and he told me, but I told him that I was just curious, that's all. I was playing dumb, but he was not convinced and from that day, he always embarrasses me and mocks me, like for example we were listening to an Arabic song, a woman was singing the song and we were in the car, so I told him I love this song and I love this singer. So he shouts infront of my mum and my sister, you love her! how do you love her and he says something really embarrassing in Arabic but I can't find the right words in English to say it, anyway he meant that how do I love this FEMALE singer and I am gay!
I have got many many stories to recite, and I was planning on writing a book about my life, or more like the life of gay people living in this place called ''the third world'' or the middle east. How they suffer, and all they get from normal people is ''blind'' hatred.
I do not hate my father, but he hates gay people and I think that he is ashamed that he has got a gay/bisexual son..whatever he thinks I am, but I am really hopeless and wanted to talk to anyone and wanted someone to help me or just say something nice to me, because I'm in desperate need of it.
Also, should I travel abroad and go to college in somewhere I can live peacefully and BE FREE and above all, be myself and stop pretending I'm someone else.
So, should I leave this country, that does not in any way welcome gay people, and head to a place where at least I can live normally and to live peacefully on my own.. or what ?
Sorry, it's too long. Thank you so much.
|Ignorant, thoughtless people consider it a sin.|
But love is not a sin.
Anyway, if you study in the United States, go to a school either on the East Coast (Washington DC and north, like New York City, Boston, Philadelphia), the West Coast (like San Francisco / Berkeley, Los Angeles, Seattle), or large cities like Chicago. Those tend to be gay-friendly areas.
If you study anywhere in western Europe (including the South of England, like London, Cambridge and Oxford) or Canada, you should be fine and happy.
I think you should get out of Egypt if you wish to pursue life as gay or bisexual without fear.
|Are people born gay, raised gay, or can it be genetic?|
I'm not sure, many people think that people who are homosexual are born that way, but how can that be? Genetic jeans? I don't think so, because when a baby is born, it has a free soul and doesn't know anything.
I think that homosexuals are raised the way they are.
ex: A little 4 year old boy's father died and only has a mother to raise him. The mother is a very feminine fashion model, has sisters to care for the boy when the mother is away and the mother has many women friends that she invites. So the young boy grows up with these feminine women for his whole entire life and raised by these people — can he turn gay this way?
Or can it be genetic?
ex: A man and his male partner want a baby; the man gets a sergeant mother to deliver the baby until it delivered.
There is this little "fact" people made up that messes with my question: With every awkward silence, a gay baby is born — Agree or disagree?
|Discover Magazine has shown that "Two of the most convincing studies have proved conclusively that sexual orientation in men has a genetic cause."|
New Scientist has shown that "geneticists may have explained how genes apparently linked to male homosexuality survive" and "Mothers' genetic skew linked to gay sons."
LiveScience has shown that "The arrangement of a mother's genes could affect the sexual orientation of her son, according to a new study."
Scientific American has shown that "Having Older Brothers Increases a Man's Odds of Being Gay."
WebMD has shown that magnetic resonance imaging studies reveal key differences in the brains of gay and straight men and women that could add to the understanding of the biology of homosexuality.
|Gay songs on your Ipod/playlist?|
Everyone's got at least one gay song that are one of their guilty pleasures. For men, listening any girlie songs is a "gay/camp song" to me, or soppy love songs. Songs which even i am too embarressed to admit to.
I have nearly 500 songs on my playlist, and oh dear, i've counted my gay songs and i have 136 of them, which i've listed down below, in all their cringeworthy gayness. There are hardly any i can admit to at work/friends etc.
Tell us the songs on your ipod/playlist that you think are gay.
Here's my list:
2 Unlimited - No Limits
A-ha - Take on me
Ace of Base - I Saw the Sign
Aneka - Japanese Boy
Any Donna Lewis song and i have 9 of them.
Aqua - Barbie Girl
Aqua - Dr. Jones
Aqua - Turn Back Time
Bonnie Tyler - I Need A Hero
Bonnie Tyler - Total Eclipse
Book of Love - Boy
Book Of Love - Modigliani (Lost In Your Eyes)
Boy George and Culture Club - Karma Chameleon
Bros - I Owe You Nothing
Bros - When Will I Be Famous
Bryan Adams - Everything I Do I Do It For You
Cameo - Word Up
Cameo - Back and Forth
Cheeky Girls - Cheeky Song
Christina Aquilera - Dirrty
Corona - Baby I Need Your Love
Corona - Rhythm Of The Night
Cyndi Lauper - Girls Just Wanna Have Fun
Cyndi Lauper - Girls Just Want to Have Fun (Hey Now Remix)
Cyndi Lauper - I Drove All Night
Cyndi Lauper - Time After Time
Dancing DJ's vs Roxette - Fading Like A Flower
Dead or alive - You Spin Me Right Round
Dee Lite - Groove Is In The Heart
Den Harrow - A Taste of Love
Den Harrow - Bad boy (italo dance)
Depeche Mode - Just Can't Get Enough
Dirty Dancing Soundtrack - I've Had The Time Of My Life
Dj Cammy - Sexy Eyes (Fer Emma)
Dollar - Oh L'Amour
Any Donna Lewis song and i have 9 of them
Duran Duran - Wild Boys
Eiffel 65 - I'm Blue
Electronic - Getting Away With It
Enya - Orinoco Flow
Erasure - A Little Respect
Eurovision 1984 - UK - Belle And The Devotions - Love Games
Eurovision 1997 - Italy - Jalisse - Fiumi di parole
Eurovision 2006 - UK - Daz Sampson - Teenage Life
Flashdance - She's A Maniac
Frankie Goes To Hollywood - Relax
Grace - Its Not Over Yet
Gwen Stefani - Crash
Gwen Stefani- What Are You Waiting For
Haddaway - What is Love
Heart - If Looks Could Kill
Human League - Love Action
Human League - Together In Electric Dreams
Janet Jackson - Escapade
Janet Jackson - Nasty Boys
Jefferson Starship - Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now
Kate Bush - Running Up The Hill
Katrina and the Waves - Walking on Sunshine
Kylie Minogue & Jason Donovan - Especially For You
Kylie Minogue - Can't Get You Out Of My Head
Kylie Minogue - I Believe In You
Kylie Minogue - I Should Be So Lucky
Kylie Minogue - Loco Motion
Kylie Minogue - Your Disco Needs You
Luther Vandross & Janet Jackson - The Best Things In Life Are Free
Madonna - Hung Up
Madonna - Get Into The Groove
Madonna - Like A Virgin
Madonna - Material Girl
Madonna - Ray of Light
Madonna - Sorry
Martika - Toy Soldiers
Missy Elliott - Get Your Freak On
Nearly every Pet Shop Boys song and i have 8.
Nelly Furtado - Maneater
Nena - 99 Red Balloons
Neneh Cherry -Buffalo Stance
Outhere Brothers - Boom boom boom
Outhere Brothers - Don't Stop Wiggle Wiggle (Dirty Version)
Outkast - Hey Ya
Patrice Rushen - Forget Me Nots
Paul Young - Everytime You Go Away
Paul Young - Wherever I Lay My Hat
Paula Abdul - Forever Your Girl
Paula Abdul - Opposites Attract
Paula Abdul - Vibeology
Paula Abdul - Straight Up
Peter Cetera - Glory of Love
Pointer Sisters - I'm So Excited
Prefab Sprout - The King Of Rock 'N' Roll
Quad City DJs - Come On and Ride It
Queen - Breakthru
Queen - these are the days of our lives
REM - Shiny Happy People
Republica - Ready To Go
Right Said Fred - Don't Talk Just Kiss
Right Said Fred - I'm Too Sexy
S-Express - Theme From S'Express
Samantha Fox - Touch Me
Simply Red - Holding Back The Years
Sinead O' Connor - Nothing Compares To You
Shakespeare's Sister - Stay
Sinita - So Macho
Sophie Hawkins - Damn, I Wish I Was Your Lover
Swing Out Sisters - Breakout
TATU- All the things She Said
T'Pau - China In Your Hands
T'Pau - Heart and Soul
T'Pau - You Give Up
Take That - Never Forget
Taylor Dayne - Prove Your Love
The B-52s - Love Shack
The Darkness - I Belive In A Thing Called Love
Three Doors Down - Here Without You
Tina Turner & Rod Stewart - It Takes Two
Together (Randy Savage & Miss Elizabeth)
Toni Basil - Hey Mickey
United Nations - Do It Yourself
Wham! - I'm Your Man
Whigfield - Think of you
While thinking of your gay-tastic songs, please rate my list as either, NOT GAY, A LITTLE GAY, GAY, VERY GAY or SUPER GAY! I won't be offended at all, thanks!
|Wow! That's a Big Gay List. Particularly given the number of Kylie Minogue and Paula Abdul selections. Big Gay Al and RuPaul would be proud!|
My iPod is mostly full of hard-to-find old-school funk classics. But my one real concession to gay downloads might be "The Jingling" by LL Cool J. I also have "Posse's on Broadway" by Sir Mix-a-Lot.
I know. I'm sort of lame when it comes to gay-tastic iPod selections. But my CD collection is another matter. I have Rick Springfield's greatest hits buried in my collection somewhere.....