The Bonafide Literary Show is live on Sunday nights at 9:30 EST if you don’t have anything else to do. If you give a damn about books, you should definitely tune in. If you are disappointed it’s not about sex, hold your jizz. I got you soon. Listen to his episode from the other night. It was a bit hectic at times, but there was still some good information shared and varying perspectives.
Want to get on the show? You need to be a published author with a bio. Drop an email to bonafide literary show at gmail dot com so we can talk. Next week we get back to the schedule here on the blog with another letter to The Eroticist. Send yours sex or sexuality issues to The Eroticists Advice at g mail dot com. Ciao!
I’m black. I’m a woman. Why am I not afraid of “down-low” men? Why don’t the implications of men having sex with men (MSM) make me fear for my sexual health? Why would I ever accept a bisexual man? Why? Because if it’s good enough for a woman, it’s good enough for a man to have sex with the same sex and not be for certain homosexual.
Bisexuality does exist, in women and in men. When two men have sex, does that mean that either of them are less of a man, less masculine because he enjoys male-to-male sex? No. He may also enjoy sex with a woman. He may also prefer sex with a woman over a man. This can be. It is happening now… and there’s nothing wrong with it.
See, MSM is only a problem, a threat to society, when safer sex is not applied. But you know what? The same is true whenever a man or woman has sex, whether same sex relations or opposite. What is the big deal? You fear the thought of your man bending over to take a dick? You don’t have to watch it.
What if the man you are with confesses that he has enjoyed or thinks about sex with other men very often? Would you leave? Would your lives be over? No. They wouldn’t be. Would the kids look at him differently? It all depends on how you raise them, but who has judged you for who you like to have sex with? No one has turned the kids against you.
There are thousands of men with curiosities about sex with a man. They fear themselves. They fear judgement. They fear what they desire is wrong. They feel the only way a man can be a true man, a real man, they mustn’t submit to any desires to be sexual with another who has the same parts as they do, not in a real relationship, not one where you claim the other, not one where you go out in public together as a couple, not one where all your family knows what type of sex you have, not one where your friends assume you are the one getting penetration. This is the true problem we should be looking at with bisexual men, down-low men, men having sex with men: the secrets they feel they must keep which are destroying them and the ones they love because they have been programmed to feel that there are only two ways to live, straight or gay.
HIV/AIDS is real. It is a real problem for everyone. EVERYONE. People lie. People sneak around. Why are we stigmatizing men who aren’t straight and who don’t have sex with only women? The stigma should be for everyone. Ifdown-low men had people in their lives who were rational, if they felt that they could be open about their sexuality like women are, there would probably be less men lying about their same sex relations and taking deadly risks.
No. I never said lying is right, but sometimes it is necessary. Sometimes people make you feel like all you can do is lie. When all you can do is lie, you need to find out where your truth begins. Sex with the same sex is still sex. It’s still copulation. It’s still an act of satisfaction. Men and women having sex with each other, in relationships at all levels, should be truthful with each other.
The type of sex a man engages in doesn’t define him concretely no more than how he feels he can define himself. If he has no confidence that he can claim his sexuality, he won’t.
What women fear most about bisexual men, men having sex with men, other than the risk of deadly disease, is being cheated on. A bisexual person can be faithful. Heterosexual men fail the faithfulness test everyday. What does sexuality have to do with anything? Loyalty and true-ness are grounded in one’s character, not their sexuality.
Bisexuality is fluid. Our flag blends shades of pink, purple, and blue. Bisexual orientation is different for each person, women… and men. A commitment is a promise. Bisexuals make and keep promises too.
We commit to who we feel is worthy. Same as any other sexuality. Make yourself worthy. Not just because you are a woman, not because you have his kids, not because you provide a better image standing beside him in public, but because you add value to his life.
How do you find out his value of you? Become intimate with him mentally. Keep your insecurities to the side, and let’s fuck!
Good wood is for whomever can handle it.
Bisexual Pride Event
June 26, Thursday night, I will be a part of a live show as a special guest representing bisexuals at Maxim’s in Seattle via Skype. Keep up with future updates about this performance by following me on Twitter and Facebook, @ladramaprincess and La Drama Princess Author Erotica (friend page). I do respond if you send me a message.
Check for my latest, “Swinging Submission” (the full novel) on LaDramaPrincess.com and sites like Amazon, Monday, May 12th. Suck me later, errh, thank me later.
“Ohhhh daddy, lick me. Put your tongue in my puddle.” I moan, my head falling back over my shoulders, my elbows propping me up on the pillows. He’s on the floor betwixt my legs. I’m on the bed. My assis hanging over the bed. Better for him to hit it deeply when he drives his fat cock in me.
“Ow, ow, owwwww, don’t stop kissing me. Play with my clit with your tongue. Uh, uh, uhhhhhh!” I screech, my body sheeny with sweat landing on the pillows heavily, my limbs feeling as if they are disenegrating into jelly.
Tune in to hear me, baby. I want you to soak your underwear with me. Or will you drive it deep while you listen to me? Mmmmm.