Wednesday, July 08, 2020

The Rules of Attraction


I've always been pretty good at taking tests, so no surprise I scored a perfect 6! Where do you fall?

4 comments:

Myk said...

We got the same grade!

Dov said...

Yep, I'm a strong 6. LOL!

VRC-Do You! said...

Yes...I have been a 6 forever...I never had an interest in girls/women...Even has a teenager...I am 62...My father once corned me when I was a senior-19 year old-to ask if I was gay...He assumed that since no girl had called the house and I have never gone to prom I must be gay...I answered in the negative...How dare he...He never took an interest in my life and now he wants a heart-to-heart...It was not going to happen...I just never had a desire or curiosity...I knew I was gay since elementary school...6 or 7 years of age...Never acted on it till I was 25 or so...I just didn't know how to get laid...This was the late 70's---forward...If I knew what I knew now...And had the technological and acceptance of being gay today...Watch out...I would be dead or the biggest whore...I am not a whore but do love a good man...I have to fight daily of not seeing my gay experience through today's lens for the '70s/80's/the '90s...We just didn't have the resources...I couldn't pull things on my phone/internet or run down to the hopping gay community center...We were a bit isolated back then...

Henry Holland said...

I'm an 8 on that scale, like VRC-Do You! I knew when I was a boy. Had my first crush on a guy at 6 (1966, The Gay Dark Ages), at 9 I saw a guy I had a crush on flirting with a girl and thought "I want him, not her", first had sex at 11. Tried it with a woman just to see what the fuss was about, hint: not a lot, spent the whole time fantasizing about baseball players.

I was 21 in 1981 ie the year AIDS was officially announced. I knew a couple of guys who had had 3000 or more sex partners, it was so easy to do if you were good looking like they were, the bath houses were really popular. Unfortunately, they were both dead by about 1982, so my count of 200 or so is what it is.

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