How would you classify a guy who

Trillian Trillian
is not attracted to men but gets turned on by cock and the idea of sucking them and being penetrated? (and not being sucked by a guy or being the active partner)
Answers (private voting - your screen name will NOT appear in the results):
Bicurious
58  (21%)
Bisexual
33  (12%)
Heteroflexible
12  (4%)
Open minded and kinky
148  (54%)
Other
23  (8%)
Total votes: 274
Poll is closed
07/20/2011
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Ansley Ansley
Pretty sure hubs doesn't find guys to be romantically attractive and he definitely loves me to death (and my body) so I chose open minded and kinky. This is something we talk about frequently and have actually done one time (recently).

I am not romantically attracted to women but if I saw a hot chick and the circumstances were right, I'd be open to bringing her home to play with. It wouldn't be a hard threesome, more like him watching us play. Just as I would watch him play with a guy.
07/20/2011
Miss Nessa Miss Nessa
Open minded and kinky
07/20/2011
RonLee RonLee
Still learning just what it is that he likes.
07/20/2011
~LaUr3n~ ~LaUr3n~
"gets turned on by cock and the idea of sucking them and being penetrated?"

I consider that homosexual, unless he likes having sex with women too. Those parts are on a guy, so he is attracted to them.
07/20/2011
Kayla Kayla
I think they can be whatever they want! Cocks are pretty darn awesome; I'd take one over a vagina any day. If the said person is uncomfortable doing anything with men, then a strap-on harness and a realistic dildo on a female may make his night. If the person wants to play with a male-bodied person, go for it, but at the same time, remember that there are alternatives (harness, realistic dildos, etc.), and "bending" gender rules can be fun.
07/20/2011
LostBoy988 LostBoy988
Heteroflexible if anything due to his interest in play.
07/20/2011
JessCee JessCee
Quote:
Originally posted by ~LaUr3n~
"gets turned on by cock and the idea of sucking them and being penetrated?"

I consider that homosexual, unless he likes having sex with women too. Those parts are on a guy, so he is attracted to them.
This is exactly what I was thinking...
07/20/2011
Antipova Antipova
Doesn't matter what I would classify them as---how they classify themselves is what matters. The definitions I hear tossed around are that men who like transexuals are still commonly straight---as in, they are attracted to feminine body types and female secondary sex characteristics, but they just also happen to think cocks are awesome.

But when you start dabbling around these regions, it's all pretty fluid. Someone can call him/herself whatever he/she thinks fits.

I wouldn't be squicked out in the slightest if I had a male partner who felt the way you described, as long as he liked/desired my (100% female) body too.
07/20/2011
Sir Sir
I chose "other," because it isn't my place to classify anyone. They classify themselves as whatever they want to classify themselves as.
07/20/2011
SiNn SiNn
Quote:
Originally posted by Trillian
is not attracted to men but gets turned on by cock and the idea of sucking them and being penetrated? (and not being sucked by a guy or being the active partner)
bicourious or denying ur true bisexual nature really dunno dunno the guy
07/20/2011
clp clp
Quote:
Originally posted by Sir
I chose "other," because it isn't my place to classify anyone. They classify themselves as whatever they want to classify themselves as.
I'm with Sir. The terms should be used to reflect the self and how one internalizes their sexuality, not a bin for someone else to toss objects in. The facts on the surface can mean very very little with whats underneath.

And yet...

If I had a male friend that came to me and said 'I'M NOT GAY, but I do this and this and this....', I'd probably first open the discussion with bisexuality.
07/20/2011
Airen Wolf Airen Wolf
Quote:
Originally posted by Trillian
is not attracted to men but gets turned on by cock and the idea of sucking them and being penetrated? (and not being sucked by a guy or being the active partner)
I think that would fall under open minded and kinky leading into bi-curious. It really depends on how the guy, himself, would classify his attraction. I have two partners who are decidedly hetero but still get off on fantasies where they are being forced to suck cock or being taken forcefully....it's a power trade fantasy not a desire to be with a guy. A strap on and a realistic dildo seems to fill that fantasy nicely!
07/21/2011
Tasty Latina Tasty Latina
Quote:
Originally posted by Trillian
is not attracted to men but gets turned on by cock and the idea of sucking them and being penetrated? (and not being sucked by a guy or being the active partner)
Very comfortable with his sexuality, open minded, kinky and most important; my kind of guy... you have my respect.
07/23/2011
systematicweasel systematicweasel
A very comfortable person, possibly still discovering himself ^_^
07/23/2011
RonLee RonLee
Quote:
Originally posted by systematicweasel
A very comfortable person, possibly still discovering himself ^_^
I agree.
However perhaps the bigger question is why would you need to "classify a guy who" enjoys or engages in any kind of legal adult activities. Many of us are full of contradictions that defy label or classification. And I'm OK with that.
07/23/2011
thebest thebest
Not all guys have cocks and not all women don't. If he doesn't like men then he's straight, who cares about the genitals.
07/24/2011
P'Gell P'Gell
I wouldn't classify him myself. But, if pressed probably (as Airen said) somewhere between kinky/open and bicurious.

Kayla had some good ideas for a guy who was curious about cock but didn't want to really have sex with an other man. Or maybe he does want to go all the way with an other man. I say, be who you are, and be happy with it. You can usually find someone to play with, no matter what you like to do.

Discovering your sexuality and opening your life and your mind is a fascinating thing!

But, please be careful and use safer sex.
07/27/2011
Istanbull Istanbull
Forget the labels. Labels are where homophodia and heterophodia comes from.
07/29/2011
El-Jaro El-Jaro
Steve Martin 1970's voice:
"Wild and crazy guy!"

I wouldn't spend too much time classifying other people. Attaching a definition to something/someone just sets the stage poorly for when it/they do something unexpected.

What Sir and bievan say!
07/29/2011
kjkitty kjkitty
I hate labels -.- I'm never sure what to "classify" myself as either. And usually what I say I "am" people take the wrong way and over or under estimate my experience. It's a pain.
07/29/2011
Ansley Ansley
Quote:
Originally posted by El-Jaro
Steve Martin 1970's voice:
"Wild and crazy guy!"

I wouldn't spend too much time classifying other people. Attaching a definition to something/someone just sets the stage poorly for when it/they do something unexpected. ... More
Well said.
07/29/2011
JRabbits JRabbits
Quote:
Originally posted by SiNn
bicourious or denying ur true bisexual nature really dunno dunno the guy
I agree with SiNn.
08/21/2011
BellaSucette BellaSucette
I put other. Idk how I would label that. I'm not so worried about labels though. I think that the person should experiment if they want to and come up with their own label, if they want one, or if they choose to ignore it, then that's their choice. It's all about personal choice, really. I don't think it's for someone else to decide.
08/22/2011
Rawhide Rawhide
Liking men and liking cock are two different things. Based on the description it's possible that he could fulfill his desires with a woman who straps it on.
09/09/2011
cheetahpita cheetahpita
I'd go with bisexual (or at least bicurious, if he's never done it before), though I do agree with everyone who said that the guy should choose his own labels based on how he feels.
09/10/2011
RosesThorns RosesThorns
Thats an interesting question... I would say open minded
09/14/2011
nori nori
truth be told; I think emotional attraction is just as important as sexual attraction, when it comes to a person's sexual identity.
10/31/2011
Sweet-Justice Sweet-Justice
Bicurious boarder lining on Bisexual. I think if your turned on by cock, chances are your turned on by what its attached to.
10/31/2011
PassionCpl PassionCpl
I'd just classify him as a guy
11/01/2011
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