Within weeks I had my answer, with a lesbian couple no less! Linda and Amy, two what would be considered fem lesbians agreed to room in my humble north ridge apartment. I should take my time here to add that it worked out beautifully. No tension, no drama between us. After about a month an a half of living together we all became quite comfortable, even to the point where they didn't mind the awkward boners as they made out on the couch...occasionally the table...and in front of the fire place of course.
Now, I'm a firm believer that orientation is not always a choice, but I do also believe that you can be curious enough to choose to be one way or another. I don't know how it was for these two lovely ladies but there it was that one day while they were making out on the couch as was their right. That a conversation started up on the pro's and cons of women bodies vs men's bodies. Not long into the conversation we begun discussing various sexual techniques, and I will admit I have learned A LOT from those two women that I still use to this day. Tongue technique's, finger positioning, and the ever so important rhythm balance. We were talking, and eventually I found myself between the two of them. Trying out some of their suggestions. I have no doubt it was some sort of game with them, "training" a straight man on how to properly please a woman. However, as the night progressed I noticed a distinct difference in the two of them. At the end of the night it was decided that I should move into their bedroom and continue my "lessons" which like any sane straight man I happily obliged. The next four months were among the most awesome and informative of my life. Linda and Amy are no longer togehter now, linda married an electrician named Robert and Amy was heading to japan with an English teacher named Alexander. Moral of the story, never be certain of your sexuality, and never...EVER...think you know all there is to know. Your fingers can bend in more ways than you'd believe.
Also, look for the erotic story on this soon, figured I write a more mundane blog to explain why I am, Lesbian Trained.