edaciousx wrote on Jan 22, 2021, 22:47:
damn i guess everyone here really wants to have gay sex or something
What's the difference between "gay sex" and any other sex outside of the involvement of the participants? Sex is just sex.
I'll out myself. I am bisexual. I have been since puberty hit which was many decades in the past. I have had boyfriends, girlfriends, and now I have a wife. Sex for pleasure is just pleasure. The sex or genders (one is physical, the other is psychological) of those involved is wholly irrelevant. Especially when you shake off the dust of bronze age mythology and reject the fundamentalist canalization that occurs as part of the West's culture. It's just fun and enjoyable. If anything, being bisexual or pansexual gives you a broader choice of potential partners and a much more vast pool of experience to discover. I'm not throwing shade on either my gay or straight peers, I want to make that very clear. People like who they like and, so long as I am not involved, whom other people choose to have consentual sex with, form a relationship with, or settle down with is none of my goddamned business...nor any one else's business for that matter.
The funny thing is that, in the whole of human history (which stretches back for tens of thousands of years at this point), open sexuality has been the norm for a much, much
longer period of time than the rigid, culturally mandated sexuality that some people, most especially homophobes, seem to think is "normal". There are numerous examples of homosexuality and bisexuality throughout the ancient world. For a good example, I would suggest looking up the Sacred Band of Thebes.
The pearl clutchers and Faux News adherents need to mind their goddamned business and stop trying to enforce their bigotry on the rest of the world. If people want to have sex with whomever they choose in a video game, it would be no different than real life and what happens on a daily basis.
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