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    "Homosexual experience" does not HAVE to include full on sex, dudes.

    Also, male dogs will often hump anything that will stand still long enough, male or female, dog or other species. If they can mount it, they will hump it. If you have a male dog that has never humped something non-female dog, than you should probably check to see if it is still breathing. The same can probably be said for any other non-monogamous creature that is horny.
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    Or what? Or you'll leave as soon as someone returns your rudeness and delete all your posts? I'm so scared.

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    Quote Originally Posted by _Lost_ View Post
    "Homosexual experience" does not HAVE to include full on sex, dudes.

    Also, male dogs will often hump anything that will stand still long enough, male or female, dog or other species. If they can mount it, they will hump it. If you have a male dog that has never humped something non-female dog, than you should probably check to see if it is still breathing. The same can probably be said for any other non-monogamous creature that is horny.
    Sooooo...I'm pretty fucking dumb but let me see if I can understand your idiocy. A homosexual experience does not have to include full on sex. Hmmm. Odd, I thought that's what differntiated actually performing or committing the act from friggin hallucinating. That being said...I have had brain surgery experience, I have astronaut experience, I have experience building several roads and oh yes, I have cured cancer and experienced the fountain of fucking youth.

    I have met homosexuals so I guess that counts as a homosexual experience. I have also met politicians so I also have political experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MOTO13 View Post
    Sooooo...I'm pretty fucking dumb but let me see if I can understand your idiocy. A homosexual experience does not have to include full on sex. Hmmm. Odd, I thought that's what differntiated actually performing or committing the act from friggin hallucinating. That being said...I have had brain surgery experience, I have astronaut experience, I have experience building several roads and oh yes, I have cured cancer and experienced the fountain of fucking youth.

    I have met homosexuals so I guess that counts as a homosexual experience. I have also met politicians so I also have political experience.
    U dum? Jacking a guy off, or jacking off to a guy's picture/porn, is not full-on sex, but is totally a homosexual experience. And yeah, I've had quite a few guys I've known take confidence in knowing I'm gay, and tell me that they've been with a guy before, but haven't told anyone. Many of them had girlfriends when they told me this, and were quite embarrassed.

    The Kinsey report was conducted in the '40s (google it if you're interested in the details), and I'd venture to guess that percentage has only climbed since then. The stigma from society will keep men from telling others about it, but that doesn't mean they don't do it and keep it to themselves.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Llamas View Post
    U dum? Jacking a guy off, or jacking off to a guy's picture/porn, is not full-on sex, but is totally a homosexual experience. And yeah, I've had quite a few guy's I've known take confidence in knowing I'm gay, and telling me that they've been with a guy before, but haven't told anyone. Many of them had girlfriends when they told me this, and were quite embarrassed.

    The Kinsey report was conducted in the '40s (google it if you're interested in the details), and I'd venture to guess that percentage has only climbed since then. The stigma from society will keep men from telling others about it, but that doesn't mean they don't do it and keep it to themselves.
    lol...whatever.

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