Thursday, December 1, 2016

Changing the World

I have been listening recently to the rantings of homophobes and to people within the Church arguing against gay marriage.  It strikes me that none these arguments will ever be solved until people as a whole can see enhanced masculinity for what it is, something that is totally distinct from heterosexual sex and procreative marriage.
  Mansex is about two guys identifying with each other in every aspect of their being, which is necessarily male and sexual.  To share and play on this level needs to be recognized by all as a value in itself.  

It needs to be recognized by every level of society that every man has a right to have adult and consensual sex with other men.  Relationships that superficially resemble those of heterosexual marriage, strong male friendships, can be built on the mansex experience, certainly, but, fundamentally it is a mistake to think out homosexuality in parallel with heterosexuality and marriage between a man and a woman.
  In the whole field of inter-male eroticism there is no question of procreation and this makes a universe of a difference.  Homophobes and those who condemn gay marriage do not see this and probably do not want to see it.


  1. First, let me enjoy your return to your blog.

    then, "To share and play on this level needs to be recognized by all as a value in itself." so true, and of this statement, I love most the word VALUE! for sure gaylove and sexual love among men have great values!

  2. You hit that nail right on the head: Homophobes ... do not want to see it.
    But, every person should also have the right, as an adult, to have consensual sex with whomever (s)he chooses. Science has proven and, thankfully, the younger generation is beginning to embrace more and more the concept of our fluid sexuality. We can only hope that they are the ones who will change the attitudes.
    I believe that if man-man sex was more accepted, breaking us out of the stereo-type of monogamy there would be way fewer divorces in the world. Why? Because spouses argue most about two things: Money and sex. Remove the issue of sex and the divorce rate would lessen.

  3. Just stopping by to wish you a very merry and blessed Christmas!

  4. Just stopping by to wish you all the best in the new year.