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||Ernest Samuel Llime
Everyone is awake and somebody, it may have been you, has turned on the light
and your girlfriend's twin brother is revealed lying on the same bed your
girlfriend is in. There is a space where your body had just been, and you are
trying not to notice that his hair is the same color, style and length as hers;
that his mouth is full and fleshy and the exact shape as hers, and ....
O.K., everybody got the idea, right?
So, now, the aftermath; we will leave the bedroom scene for the one that is
playing in your mind. Did a guy just give you a blow job? One part of your mind
knows that is what has happened, but another one is covering it up - Maybe it
was just a birthday prank and it was really her that did it. You remember all
kinds of little things you did that may have made her upset but you know she
wouldn't go this far to revenge herself.
You know, even assuming that was the truth, you have to admit that you couldn't
tell the difference and that you enjoyed it immensely at the time. If you knew
that it was a guy, you would NOT enjoy it at all, it would be torture, and
besides, it would never get that far. So, is this, God forbid - going to turn
you into a faggot? You didn't know so you cannot be guilty. Anyway, it could not
be a guy right? A guy wouldn't know how to give such great head! Really?!?
All right, we can beat this dead horse a little bit longer, but I think it is
useless; it'll stay dead. Let us instead postulate this:
If you are the kind of guy who loves to fuck, on the bed, on the living room
carpet, on the ceramic tiled kitchen floor, you on top, you on the bottom, from
the front, from behind, sideways and on top of the running washing machine, with
the lights on or off, and you love to receive and/or bestow oral sex and any
other kind of kinks that you and your partner can consent to, I would like to
postulate that you are bi-sexual no matter what you consider yourself. All the
baggage that comes with living in a society and by necessity and education
absorbing its culture, morals and so on, would not make a difference if the
sexual act was performed purely as such; Yeah baby, lets do it!
Personally, I consider myself a heterosexual and have never had any same sex
experiences, but in my mind I sometimes feel limited by the thought that I am
incapable of having sex with a man. After all, at least for me, sex is also a
bonding experience, a growing closer to someone and showing a side of you that
they would otherwise never witness.
A couple of last thoughts: What if you are gay and the whole scenario was
reversed? Meaning the blow job came from the sister? What if you are a woman -
straight or gay?
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