1. Where do you draw the line between a straight guy who wants to be serviced and not return it vs a gay guy who is just very selfish in bed? (I noticed some ads on here by gay guys offering favors to straight guys whose girlfiends would not perform said favors.)
For example: suppose a "straight" guy wants an rj from a gay guy since his girlfriend won't do it, but he is not willing to give you one. Would you say he is very selfish in bed, and be offended he asked? Would you say it is understandable since he is straight? Or would you not care either way and just go based on his appearance? Have you ever told another gay you are straight just because you did not want to return a rj?
My next question does not have to do with selfishness, but tastes:
Where is the line drawn between a straight guy and a bisexual guy? How many gay acts must he do with someone he says he is not attracted to, just for the feel, before he can no longer call himself straight? I've noticed some of your ads say you only "top" or only "bottom". I don't know, but turning down the opportunity to f or be f'd does not sound very gay to me. What if a guy loves to look at women and do every possible sexual act with her with the lights on, but the only thing he'd do with a gay man is accept a bj with the lights off? Does that make him bi, or straight, or just "prefers women"? What should he say on his match profile if he is being honest?
I have this theory: Since women are pickier than men (insist on men paying unless they are over 6 feet tall, and won't date a guy under 5'8", etc), I think a lot of guys straight guys losing at the competition and who've discovered peanut butter is not that good are turning to the gay community for release. It is all about supply and demand.
3. But with all the "tops" who won't give head, "bottoms" who won't accept it, and guys who only like the feel but not the view, What do the words "gay", "bi", and "straight" really mean? In your opinion, judging from the ads on here, what percent do you think are truly gay, and what percent to you think are just frustrated straights?
Please fill me in. It's for my sociology project.