The dilemma I am a year-old man and I had, until last year, identified as a straight man. We were good mates then, but nothing more. We are both architects and I went to see some of his latest work. He offered me a drink and we ended up getting drunk. He is slightly older and also identifies as heterosexual.
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Having never been a boy, I had no idea about all the weird shit boys do to get off. That is, until I met my husband and he told me a hilarious story about why he loved climbing the pole at school. But one day when I climbed something weird happened. It felt really good. Like, so good I would make sure to climb that pole every morning and every lunch. A week later, while out for drinks with my girlfriends, who also had teen boys, I asked if that was normal.
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Some forums can only be seen by registered members. I am a regular poster here, but I decided to post this anonymously because I've mentioned who I am on my normal account and this is of a somewhat personal nature. Forgive me if I'm rambling a bit. Earlier today I was taking a box of Christmas decorations out to the garage and when I entered, I discovered my 11 year old son and his friend with their pants down, performing mutual masturbation on each other. Everyone was embarrassed and surprised, but I tried not to show it and told them to come meet me in the living room, giving them a chance to get decent and calm down a little bit.
Sleepovers are a huge part of social culture in high school. Late nights with lots of snacks listening to your favorite songs are when deep conversations happen and lifelong friendships are formed. But things get a little tricky when you're gay and your bestie just happens to be a member of the opposite sex. When one gay teen asked if he could sleep over at his best friend's house , her mother gave him an answer he definitely wasn't expecting.