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While the nations of the earth wait to discover if Robbie Williams is gay or not let us talk about sex again.
Gay sex that is.
One of the things about other queer men that has often baffled me is how readily the discern what they want. From the moment of discovering their lust for their fellow man they seem to know whether they are fellator or fellatee (the latter word doesn't appear to exist but I'd say that is a sign of the erotic impoverishment of dictionaries: surely there should be a word for going down on a man).
Or sodomizer or sodomitee (again we bemoan the lexicographical absence).
When I came out I knew that I wanted to shove it into all available orifices. And to have it shoved into my readily available openings. Well, shove implies force. No criticism of a strong urge to shove it in or be shoved into. One might as easily like ascending, descending, or simply gliding parts together.
As much as I like a guy's butt I enjoy every part of his body. Don't see a contradiction between fucking a guy in the face and having him ride me like a horse.
Though I'd rather be on top I've always assumed that what the personal ads call versatile is the norm. Despite the evidence that gay men are a bunch of cock-worshipping bottoms. I've always figured the latter was some sort of epistemological bias.
So, do you think most gay men are versatile, mostly a species of bottoms or the tops are all in hiding?