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Anyone know this porn star's name(s) ?
I recently saw this porn-star again as the bound boy in B.U.B. video "Playmates". His photo is here the first one seen as hes on the cross-thing: https://www.boundupboys.com/home/?page_id=4295 and simply named "Cody"
If someone can tell me his full stage name(s) I'd appreciate it.
RE: Should I come out as bi or gay?
As others have said, experimenting/putting yourself out there is your best shot at figuring it out as well as reflecting a bit on what your experiences made you feel.
In my case I'm definitely a homoromantic homosexual male. However for some 10 years I agonized over if I'm actually bisexual or not because I never had a sexual encounter with girls even though I knew I could appreciate the female figure.
The clincher moment for me (even though I've had oral sex several times with males) was when I took a shower with my best friend's girlfriend. I had joked we should shower together after swimming because I felt I was gay and she surprisingly agreed. I looked at her and she was very beautiful but my body didn't react in the slightest.
Perhaps thats a poor example but that experience allowed me to completely affirm that I both love and would sleep with men at least 99% of the time. I still allow for the fact that it is possible that there may be a woman out there I'd go for since I've seen some masculine looking ones that I would check out at the very least.
RE: Can you be straight and still like gay porn?
can you be a muslin and eat pork? totally contradictory with each other
And yet it happens. Just like how christianity or catholicism or whatever tout in their book about acceptance or blah blah or doing something mundane like eating crustaceans makes you eligible for getting hit to death by stone throwing.
That aside, as I understand it there are two facets to a person's sexuality.
Romance and Sex.
That is, a person can have romantic interests that are separate from who they would choose to have sex with.
Honestly if everyone was able to think of it this way we'd all probably have more sex with less taboo. Guys could fuck whoever they felt they wanted to fuck and then go flirt with the person they potentially want to marry.
RE: Who was the first to know about your sexuality?
No one..there is no rule that you should really come out as gay out and out
I agree with you assuming that the reason you may choose not to come out is purely & truly because you could care less if people knew.
That aside, I think the first person to know was a girl-friend I had in middle school, 6th grade I think.
RE: What counts as 'being out'?
My impression of "being out" is that the person is completely comfortable in their sexuality and is open enough to admit to their sexuality when asked in an appropriate (and safe) social situation. They are also out to at least their immediate family.
If I use myself as an example, I'd say I'm out. My parents know and all my friends know. However, I don't go out of the way to share my sexuality because its not exactly something you just throw out into conversation. When people talk about who they're attracted to or such topics that is where I freely state my interests. Unless of course someone in this group stated they have strong feelings against homosexuals, in which case I keep my silence because even if I like who I am there is no sense in inviting an idiot to start harassing me.
Anyone know this guy's name?
I've seen this guy work for several different studios but I only just now came across his image again.
If anyone can provide his stage name(s) I'd appreciate it, links to any of his vids would be awesome too. I'm aware he is in a vid on a torrent here but I don't want to waste share data on a wide-cast-net just to find out.
RE: Is it okay to say "Whites only" on tinder/grindr profile?
Lets see… people are more or less free to say whatever the hell they want on social media. So if they want to point out that they only want white dick and risk being framed as a racist or something that is perfectly okay in terms of their freedoms. Being direct is better than to lead people on and if you're the type that likes a specific ethnicity more than others then you will naturally choose to pursue them in a in-person situation anyways.
In the frame of "okay" in terms of what it means socially, then the answer is no, its not okay. Homosexuals are already persecuted by the societies they live in, its ironic that we go out of our way to do even more to one another.
My approach is what everyone else already does on apps like that, if I'm not interested in someone I don't reply. If they're insistent then instead of simply ignoring them I politely explain that I'm not interested. It seems like the hardest thing for gay guys to do on these apps is to actually say "no". Its something about not hurting anyone's feelings but to me it seems to be much worse to unintentionally lead someone on because you couldn't just say what you're really thinking.