[sexy fun or a social no no?]
In a Gay Man's Life, after getting over the guilt from the your family & the dogma from the church, you finally stop listening to others and start doing things for yourself. Your finally on your terms. Your attractive, stylish, and you never looked better.
You go to a party, and everyone is jocking you. You meet some sexy guys, and all you want to do is take them home... and why not, your grown, and there is nothing wrong with being Sexually Adventurous! It is so hot to just take a random guy in the bathroom and just do him right there. What about those threesomes, foursomes...even the orgies, everyone is protected, do your thing! Why not take sexually erotic photos to show off that round ass and huge dick. If you got it, show it! Your Grown & Sexy, and life is all about the adventure, all about experiencing life.
Being Sexually Adventurous is fun right?
Until one day there is a rumor that your a ho, or worse you have HIV.
Have you ever talked to your friends and told them about a hot escapade, only to tell you that your a slut.
Have you ever taken a photo of yourself in a sexual position online, only for someone to think that your easy.
Have you ever been to a sex party, only for people to find out, and say you have a STD.
While you can be as Sexual Adventurous as you want, you also have a Social Responsibility to yourself.
Our world has a stigma on sex, and its not cool. There is nothing wrong with sex, and nothing wrong with experimenting with it. But the truth of the matter is, people will look at you in negative light socially. Sometimes you have to carry yourself respectfully so that people can see past the "sex" and see the great human being that you are.
I have seen so many of my friends, who are Amazing, Intelligent, Motivated men with great careers, just totally get the bad flack from there personal sexual escapades. So where is the happy medium? You want to be a socially responsible person by carrying yourself in a dignified manner, but you want to get in where you fit in as well.
How do you balance the two?