topic here so bear with me.
Spending sometime online frequenting chat rooms, looking for fun, I have noticed that many 'bisexual girls' are Guys, duh, I here you say, obvious. I have stumbled upon (I say stumbled, it actually stands up 8 foot tall and smacks you in the face!) something interesting, I was chatting to a straight girl the other day who was looking for a man to chat to (I was a man just to clarify!), we were having a great conversation, about where we live, culture, etc, and we got on really well. I never lead the conversation in any sexual direction, and neither did she, after about 30 minutes, she just blurted out that she was actually a he, and because I was such a genuine guy that he could not keep up the pretense. Yeah right I said, he replied hang on I will show you, logged off as the female, only for another pm to pop up from a guy moments later, saying 'hi, I am a dude!'. Thing is, he then told me he was straight, only interested in girls, but wanted to feel the power of being a girl in the Female power dominated arena of an adult chatroom!
This all leads me to many questions. But I believe these questions have no right or wrong answer, I have vaguely answered them in mind own head, and will put my thoughts here. I would love to know other peoples views on my thoughts and also your own views:
Does it matter when talking to someone in a chatroom if they are not the gender they are portraying?Well, I guess it depends on the situation, I am a great believer that a situation can change depending on how you perceive it, and different situations are perceived in different ways, when looking for advice on a subject, it doesn't matter what gender that advice comes from, so the thought process doesn't involve picture the person giving the advice the focus is on listening to the advice processing it and verifying that it is logical. However when in a more creative situation, and listening to what someone is doing, or feeling, then it becomes a more visual imagined experience based around the person you are talking to, this is where a problem could possibly arise.
- Would you portray yourself as the opposite gender?
Simple answer, no. Most of us know that there is significantly more men in adult chat rooms than there are women, add to that the amount of guys acting as women, (however my latest discovery might even that up!) and in my mind there has to be more men pretending to be women to talk to bisexual or lesbian girls, than to talk to men like my above example. if I was to do that, then I would enter the realm of a man getting a man off talking about girl on girl experiences, some may like this, but its not for me.
- What about the 'honest' person in the deal?
- What are your thoughts in summary on the subject?
This post has been edited by Jamwaar: Tue Jun 21, 2011 08:54 AM