Fudgepackers don't have "bros".
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Exactly this. But the men are your bros
How about gay orgies in male locker rooms?
Also not a thing, sorry.
A blowjob you give to your bro
Blowjobs you give to your bro
A blowjob you give to your bro for the laughs
how often do you give your male "friends" a blowjob for the laughs?
Women aren't as sexual as men
just cause you're more sexual doesn't mean you'll fuck anything. also women are far more likely to engage in same sex stuff. for men they don't do it for "fun", cause for most men, other men are sexually not attractive at all so it's not fun to suck a dick. it's as appealing as licking a piece of shit to us.
Actually, Kinsey did a study which showed that around 60% of young men experiment but the number for women was only about 20%-30%.
i'm not aware of that study but believe it or not but i happen to be a social scientist and the numbers are fairly consistent.your claim that men are more sexual is quite obviously visible, if you ask for desired frequency of general sexual interaction and also in the frequency of their consumption of pornography. it is quite evident, that men on average do have more sex and do consume more pornography indicating an overall stronger drive on average. however when it comes to same sex experimentation, the number for men doesn't even reach half the numbers of women. women are 3 to 4 times more likely than men to even desire experimentation, let alone actully have same sex experience.i mean kinsey... dude. his study is over 50 years old. i mean obviously that doesn't say it's wrong but surely the huge critique it got for using small sample size, his methods of sample selection and evenif you look for example at clear cut homosexual vs heterosexual disposition, then you'll see that ever so slightly more men than women identify as clearly homosexual.however there's a huge contrast between people who identify as bisexual, it's quite the opposite. while roughly 3% men and women identify as homosexual, only 2.5% of men identify as bisexual, it's 8.5% of women.such data you can find for example in the pairfam dataset, which is europes most reputable dataset with actual cohort data as well as anchor person and partner as well as children surveys. the kinsey study has big methodological issues. i wouldn't quote that. it has been a pioneering work in which it's value lies but it's results aren't representative at all.