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The Straight Girl's Guide to Gay Sex: VIDEO

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Graham Gremore illustrates the top five questions he gets from women about gay sex.

Watch (work-unfriendly language), AFTER THE JUMP...

Previously by Gremore...
You Can't Be Gay Unless You Have a Job: VIDEO [tlrd]

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  1. "Spare me all this BS !"

    Well, that's what the enema is for, JACK! Who wants boy sh.t sliding out, or exploding if you're old "bottom"?

    "And to the guy who said girls dont like bisexual men...that's just dumb."

    No, darlin', that's just Jason. He's as crazy as a Rick.

    Posted by: Derrick from Philly | Feb 6, 2013 4:02:59 PM


  2. Whatever rocks your boat is fine by me but I'm still amazed at how many men categorize themselves as top or bottom. Again, if you've a preference then more power to you. But me, I just don't get it. It feels great to give and feels great to receive in my opinion. I've often inquired of my bottom and top friends why they take on their role/position and do they ever feel that they are denying their partner the same pleasure. Wow, I could write a book about the answers I've received. I hate the fact that the pool to choose from is shallow enough as it is to only then find that so many guys aren't willing to "share".

    Posted by: Casey | Feb 6, 2013 4:36:27 PM


  3. I'd say at least half of all women allow themselves to be anally penetrated by their husbands or boyfriends. Anal sex is as much hetero as it is homo.

    As for me, I don't base my sexuality on my anus.

    Posted by: jason | Feb 6, 2013 5:04:40 PM


  4. I'm 24 and I've had four long-term relationships since coming out at 16 and multiple shorter things. I think I've had anal sex about 30 times in my life at most. I enjoy it but it's not something you just spontaneously jump into in my experience.

    Posted by: Carey | Feb 6, 2013 5:14:35 PM


  5. To MGC:
    Don't call Stefan "disengenuous" for bringing up valid points. He was just trying to make the point that to many people, "a hole is a hole," and they are treated similarly. Cleanliness is undertake whether it is vaginal or anal intercourse -- you don't see women having sex on their period, for example, and many prefer to use douches or sprays prior to intercourse, so therefore Stefan's point about penetration. Yes, anal sex without a condom is more likely to transmit HIV than vaginal sex (but the 20 times greater is just an ESTIMATE) because the rectal wall is thinner than the vaginal wall. It is not IMPOSSIBLE to sanitize the rectum - in fact there is a lot of research regarding topical rectal applications ("microbicide") to prevent HIV transmission. The rectum is not "much too delicate for penetration," as you say, as plenty of people safely have anal intercourse without complications. Finally, while bareback sex generally involves more risk than protected sex, if the two participants are each disease free, than they do not "court disease and death" each time, as you say. Plenty of committed couples choose to have bareback sex, and do it safely. Other partners test themselves prior to anal bareback sex to gauge their risk. Try not to be so judgmental next time.

    Posted by: DRJONES | Feb 6, 2013 5:33:54 PM


  6. Poop is indeed a major hassle. Please eat a sensible diet, stay regular, know what your body is trying to tell you and clean out if you are not sure. Questions about gay sex are not impertinent, but the implications are potentially many. Fors examples, that's it's horridly messy (no), or wildly better than str8 sex (probably). In other words, the question reveals something about what's on the mind of the questioner.

    Posted by: anon | Feb 6, 2013 8:03:19 PM


  7. 1)Yes 2) by taking a good sh*t 3) I'm the bottom. 4) the fun ones are. 5) See #2.

    Trying to educate random b*tches asking intrusive and/or hostile questions, to convince them gay men aren't any sluttier, sh*ttier, or ass-lickier than anyone else, comes across defensive and not credible. And being mommy's good boy with a good answer, looking for approval, tends to bring out the bully in your questioner. If someone can successfully embarrass you into that posture, just by asking a personal question with a hostile or prurient edge, the interaction is only going to go downhill from there.

    Posted by: Hank | Feb 6, 2013 8:26:55 PM


  8. Anal sex is "sex." The rest if foreplay

    Posted by: chirs | Feb 6, 2013 10:47:17 PM


  9. @Mike: "A top is typically a bottom that's tired of waiting..."

    this gave me serious giggles.

    TO ALL TOPS the state of DELAWARE is currently looking for any tops willing to neutralize the BOTTOM epidemic that has taken this sexually aggravated state. RESCUE US!

    Posted by: Patrick | Feb 6, 2013 11:51:10 PM


  10. @CHIRS:

    For most, "sex" starts with intimate touching. For some it even begins in their head.

    But one doesn't expect any less wonkier words from someone unable to properly spell their own name.

    Posted by: El | Feb 7, 2013 12:04:38 AM


  11. Plenty of gay men do not enjoy anal sex. If you like to top or bottom, fine, but stop projecting and assuming that everyone's into it.

    There is nothing "gay" about anal sex. Women--even lesbians--and, yes, even straight guys all have buttholes, and plenty of them enjoy anal.

    Posted by: dh | Feb 7, 2013 1:27:36 AM


  12. Hi Molly, I think everyone's answered your Q's, and quite well too. I appreciate that you were sincere in not wanting to cause offence and, most importantly, you asked your questions in an appropriate forum and in a polite way. So kudos to you :)

    I've had girls ask similar questions to you, but in a pub in front of friends and strangers! And as the only gay in the village, my sex life was suddenly thrust front and centre. Not fun :(

    Posted by: Elegir | Feb 7, 2013 3:47:36 AM


  13. @ Molly: Jason (and a guy named Rick, although they are probably the same person) are known around here for their extemely f*cked up misogynistic theories and comments, so it's best you just ignore them.

    Posted by: Lee | Feb 7, 2013 5:11:48 AM


  14. wow... kind of surprised at the defensiveness & denial of the folks that don't engage in anal sex regularly.

    Tell yourselves whatever you want... most gay men (that are having sex) are having some kind of anal sex, maybe not exclusively, but that's a reality.

    And the guy claiming a lot of gay porn doesn't include anal sex... c'mon, buddy.

    Posted by: Pete N SFO | Feb 7, 2013 10:38:40 AM


  15. "In reality, the anus evolved solely to excrete fecal material, making it impossible to sanitize and much too delicate for penetration."

    This person has never seen gay porn.... I don't think delicate comes into mind. Yes, an anus was made for a number two, but a vagina is a very dirty place too.

    Posted by: Kurtis Edwards | Feb 7, 2013 10:00:51 PM


  16. What a waste of time. Was the second half any better than the first?

    Posted by: Jerry6 | Feb 7, 2013 11:34:07 PM


  17. @MGC:

    " In reality, the anus evolved solely to excrete fecal material"

    In whose reality? I'm guessing your high school biology curriculum was heavily influenced by creationists? Or have you just never watched the Discovery Channel? Please learn some basic science before you start making claims about what the human body "evolved" to do and not do.

    Posted by: Dan B | Feb 8, 2013 2:25:33 AM


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  19. @MCG: if that were so then why, in this evolutionary process, did evolution endow the anus with erogenous nerve endings?

    Posted by: DannyEastVillage | Feb 9, 2013 12:24:37 PM


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