there is wayyyy too much shaming in the world.
the straights love to shame the gays,
but still want to purchase expensive clothing from gay designers.
the gays shame other gays for damn near everything,
but the weirdest is the act of bottoming.
being a fox (bottom) can bethe ultimate shameful act especially if you’re masc.
who stars on “the walking dead: beyond“,
says “fuck alla dat” because bottoming is acting very masculine.
he gave an interview with “attitude magazine“ in the uk and well…
Said Tortorella of bottoming stigma: “I think that’s just a problem with the a**hole in general, and deeming certain body parts as dirty or filthy. I think that is a deep-rooted issue with the body in general, whether you’re male-bodied or female-bodied.”
“But I think specifically for men to be put in this ‘sub-position’ is not masculine, when anyone who’s bottomed ever knows you need to man the f**k up to get the job done,” added Tortorella. “So I don’t think there’s anything more masculine than bottoming, let’s be honest.”
the judgment on being a fox is weird bro.
some folks knock takin’ dick…
… but who is gonna get fucked?
it takes two to tango.
i feel like it’s not a masculine or feminine thing either.
there are gay males that give dick and are fem.
Are vixens more masculine because they like anal sex?
what about when they strap up a straight male?
does that define his masculinty?
it helps that our g-spots are inside our cheeks as well.
masculinity isn’t about how you like to fuck or get fucked.
some straight males are feminine af and act like girls outside the bedroom lowkey.
i’ve noticed gay males who claim that bottoming is feminine tend to be feminine,
whether dl or not,
have no issue giving a fox the penis whether he is masc or fem.
i think folks are making it deeper than it needs to be.
lowkey: it takes a lot of work to be a fox tbh.
we gotta make sure we are clean,
strave before sex,
can take dick,
suck the soul out a dick,
and keep our walls from collapsing inward.
we need to be respected just for alla dat alone.