Today is National Coming Out Day. This is to commemorate the first March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay rights. I have just learned that one of my great nieces is lesbian. It's so wonderful that the reaction of the family upon seeing a picture of her with her first (open) girlfriend was to remark how beautiful they both are. I've often said here that human sexuality is a fluid thing. There is no flat line between heterosexual and homosexual.
I was in my mid-20s before I engaged in what would be considered a homosexual act. Oh, long before that, I'd jacked off with my brother and our buddies, our hands stroking one another's cocks.
I'd had plenty of jack off buds, and attended a lot of circle jerks in the military.
But, this was different. Way different. I met an honest-to-God farm boy. What I expected was to be no more than mutual masturbation
changed when he went down on me.
Then he swiveled around and put his hard cock in my face. I don't know what possessed me, but I reciprocated. And realized I liked it.
I had a few male relationship in between several hetero relationships. Moving back and forth between men and women. Then I met my (current) wife. As she has said a few times, "Sex is sex. It doesn't matter what gender you're with, if you find it pleasurable, there's no reason to feel guilty or ashamed of that."
Today, we should take the fluidity of human sexuality to heart. If you self-identify as straight, having a jack off buddy
or attending a jack off group
really means only one thing: Your sexuality is fluid.
Enjoy yourself without guilt.