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Best New Gay Movies On Netflix Streaming

550w_another_gay_sequel_1Beyond the Walls: “Smitten with each other at first sight, pianist Paulo and bass player Ilir move in together — but their passionate relationship soon devolves into a tempestuous ride of crime, addiction and betrayal in this powerful drama.”

Blue is the Warmest Color: “Determined to fall in love, 15-year-old Adele is focused on boys. But it’s a blue-haired girl she meets on the street who really piques her interest. Soon, Adele is exploring her desire for girls as she negotiates her way to becoming a woman.”

Call Me Kuchu: “This powerful film follows David Kato, the first openly homosexual man in Uganda, as he fights the nation’s looming anti-gay laws. When he’s murdered soon after a major victory, it leaves those who looked to him for inspiration searching for answers.”

Capote: “The toast of New York City society after penning Breakfast at Tiffany’s, flamboyant writer Truman Capote finds himself in a dance with the devil while researching the Clutter family murders for his masterwork In Cold Blood.

A Gay (But Straight) Porn Star’s Guide to Proper Blowjobs

Too few share details of performing a proper blowjob, or the horror stories (or the legendary tales), that result from practice. It’s only appropriate to give my two cents because I’m one of the guys who can offer tips on both ends of the dick-sucking spectrum.

I lost my virginity before I received my first blow job. And for having been quite open in my sexual exploitations and adventures, I’ve only just learned the magic of “road head.” What a way to bring in the New Year it was!

I have always been a fan of using my mouth, and have used it more than I have my own cock. But, another slightly humorous fact, I’m not the biggest fan of head. I love a great BJ just as much as the next guy, but I’ve only come twice. And the bad ones have more than outblown out the good ones.

There are just as many techniques as there are people to perform them because we all try something a little different, from the overly enthusiastic Face Fuck to the Lazy Lick.

Every guy is different in how he wants it: Some of us are so sensitive on the head of our cocks that it borders on painful and kills the experience. Others, if you were to lick it twice, would erupt like Old Faithful. And the Kung-fu twist, like you’re trying to open a jar of pickles, may not be the best experience for anyone.

Please, love our dick and it’ll love you too.

I have a constant epic battle with my own cock. I’m horny all the time, and I can be hard in moment’s notice. However I sometimes have no feeling, or am too sensitive, and I happen to be quite ticklish in most of the area surrounding the playground in my pants.

I cannot express this turmoil enough. With me, you have to own my dick. You can’t be light with it, but while I need you to use force with it, you can’t overdo it or else disaster strikes.

Easier said than done. All I can tell ya is listen to your partner.

And if your ears aren’t working, here are two queues that will help you give good head and determine when the good head goes bad.

If he’s not hard, or is losing his hard on, back off. No cock gets softer before it cums.

If it’s hurting your mouth, it’s hurting his dick.

Bisexualities – More than one way to live our lives with happiness and joy.

At long last our world is becoming more accepting of the Gay, Lesbian Bisexual and Transgender people living in our society. Increasing numbers of bisexuals who are married to a heterosexual spouse are coming out of the closet ready to really start living their lives authentically as the person they were born as. The lack of role models for success has resulted in a difficult journey for many, but in the end many of us are finding pathways to success. There have also emerged a trend of guys opening escort agencies similar to those of girls like but instead they have male escort. It’s a positive step in gay world. It is important to understand that if you put ten bisexuals in a room and ask them to tell you what it means to be bisexual you may very well get ten different answers. This is why I am so fond of saying my bisexual identity is nothing more than a conversation starter because to know who I really am you need to pull up a chair and chat a spell. Our stories are an important part of who we are and I believe we all have an important story to share.

As an overly simplistic example of the variety of ways bisexuals live their life let’s look at sequential and concurrent bisexuals. In simplest terms a sequential bisexual falls in love with the person and not the gender. Sequential bisexuals often have to deal with erasure because while they are with a partner of one gender their attraction to the other gender becomes invisible. This results in others trying to define us , “you must be straight if you are with an opposite gender partner” they say or “ I knew it, you were gay all along when with a same gender partner” others will say.

Sequential bisexuals know all about the consequences of the erasure that this mistaken rush to judgment creates. While invisibility occurs passively when no one can see who we are erasure of our bisexuality is a far more hideous consequence because it is done to us. Our bisexual identity is erased simply by someone else’s mistaken belief that who we are with at a given moment defines who we are. The false stereotypes are perhaps the biggest challenge facing sequential bisexuals because by their very definition bisexuals are very happy with their current partner no matter what their gender. This doesn’t change the fact they are bisexual one bit.

Concurrent bisexuals face additional challenges and stereotypes. Concurrent bisexuals discover at some point no one gender will satisfy them. Concurrent bisexuals need the best of both genders in their life at the same time. It is the concurrent bisexual who traditionally has faced some of the greatest impact from stereotypes and negative remarks about bisexuality. We are labeled as promiscuous or selfish or we never grew up. The list of hurtful remarks as a result of false stereotypes is endless. As a result of the constant barrage of hateful remarks many of us became exhausted and surrendered to societies expectations. In my case as well as countless others it was simply easier to deny who we are just to fit societal expectations. Sequential bisexuals have even been known distance themselves from concurrent bisexuals by feeding into the stereotypes and saying we give bisexuals a bad name. We really need to understand that our stories are varied and very individual. Even labeling us as sequential or concurrent bisexual is to do a huge disservice as our relationships and needs are varied and complicated way beyond simple binary definitions. As I am fond of saying a bisexual is who I am not what I do.