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Re: Gay or Hetero?

Posted: October 14th, 2020, 8:24 am
by rainwear-experience
spitfire617 wrote: October 13th, 2020, 1:48 pm "If we can all have our own sub forum then can mine be for those who appreciate original* images of females dressed in cheap, thin, long translucent macs (NO ponchos), that have drawstring hoods, no belts and fasten with plastic style buttons (NOT poppers or zips) ;)"

That is being a little discriminatory towards Ponchos don't you think? lol lol
Hee hee, of course it is but as its MY sub forum I can choose what's included - as long as the boss agrees of course

Re: Gay or Hetero?

Posted: October 31st, 2020, 1:34 pm
by Straitjacketed
*shrug*

I'm a gay men so don't get a lot out of the standard tales of women in rainwear. As a minority in most discussion board, though, I'm pretty used to combing through the Story sections to find the stuff that does excite me. I it's always cut & dried: quite often, I'll get turned on by an evocative descriptive passage in an otherwise "heterosexual" piece of writing. I imagine that can happen the other way around, too.

Another forum I frequent (bondage) contains a large number of stories but there hasn't been any attempt to divide the board into specific sections. Rather, the story writers adopted a form of coding in the titles of their stories: they include "M/M" to signify men tying men up, F/M for women tying men, and so on. That makes it relatively easy for me to focus on content most likely to appeal to me.

Re: Gay or Hetero?

Posted: October 31st, 2020, 1:35 pm
by Straitjacketed
Straitjacketed wrote: October 31st, 2020, 1:34 pm *shrug*

I'm a gay man so don't get a lot out of the standard tales of women in rainwear. As a minority in most discussion board, though, I'm pretty used to combing through the Story sections to find the stuff that does excite me. I it isn't always cut & dried: quite often, I'll get turned on by an evocative descriptive passage in an otherwise "heterosexual" piece of writing. I imagine that can happen the other way around, too.

Another forum I frequent (bondage) contains a large number of stories but there hasn't been any attempt to divide the board into specific sections. Rather, the story writers adopted a form of coding in the titles of their stories: they include "M/M" to signify men tying men up, F/M for women tying men, and so on. That makes it relatively easy for me to focus on content most likely to appeal to me.

Re: Gay or Hetero?

Posted: October 31st, 2020, 1:35 pm
by Straitjacketed
*shrug*

I'm a gay man so don't get a lot out of the standard tales of women in rainwear. As a minority in most discussion board, though, I'm pretty used to combing through the Story sections to find the stuff that does excite me. I it isn't always cut & dried: quite often, I'll get turned on by an evocative descriptive passage in an otherwise "heterosexual" piece of writing. I imagine that can happen the other way around, too.

Another forum I frequent (bondage) contains a large number of stories but there hasn't been any attempt to divide the board into specific sections. Rather, the story writers adopted a form of coding in the titles of their stories: they include "M/M" to signify men tying men up, F/M for women tying men, and so on. That makes it relatively easy for me to focus on content most likely to appeal to me.