aww don’t worry about being ignorant! asking questions is a good way to avoid seeming ignorant in the future because you learn stuff
anyway, it’s like people say: being queer is kind of a spectrum
so if a dude has sex a girl ONE TIME in their life and has sex with/is in a relationship with dudes 99 percent of the time, and they identify as gay, far be it from me to protest that. they’re probably gay, and just because they wanted to experiment, it doesn’t rob them of that title or anything. plus you have to take into account whether the sex was mutually enjoyed, and whether or not it just happened because they were confused about their own interests at the time, and all that jazz
if someone’s interested in both genders, they’re probably more bisexual, but again, it’s a little hard to use labels sometimes! like i like girls, but sometimes i find guys to be cute—just not in a “i want to make out with them” way, you know? so it’s almost a borderline attraction, but not quite. i don’t know what to call that, and i know a lot of people don’t know what “homoromantic asexual” would be, so i just call myself “gay” because it’s easier and i more or less identify with the term.
basically, the subject in question shouldn’t worry too much about labeling sexuality, and neither should you! sexualities change; they’re fluid, or people can spend a long period of time in denial or simply not realizing what group of people they’re actually interested in. it doesn’t mean their feelings are any less valid at the time.
if they think of themselves as gay, or queer, or whatever, then that’s just what they are.
i mean unless you have a heterosexual dudebro who says they “identify as gay”. if they’ve never been in a relationship with a person of the same gender but just emulate the culture, then no, they’re not gay.
sorry i ended up rambling! i hope that cleared things up a little.
The webcam is set to shoot only one frame in every minute, so the chances of catching this were nearly impossible, but there it is!
A friend’s instant reaction: “god that is so cluttered it’s hard to make out anything but her pointy nipples”
im not sure whats sadder: the fact that the word “force” is used three times in the title or the fact that the artist has never seen a naked woman