View Poll Results: Have you ever experimented with a member of the same sex? This could be as innocent as kissing
Yes 28 33.73%
No 55 66.27%
Voters: 83. You may not vote on this poll

spinoff of first time, anyone experiment?

Good lord. I was sitting here wondering for the longest time why someone would ask this question before I realized that it said SAME sex. Duh.

Yeah. I'm sleep deprived. Sure hope I read the questions on my quiz tomorrow better than I read that.....
If the circumstances were right, I'd like to know what it's like to kiss a girl. I'm happily married to a guy though, and if there was any chance that satisfying my curiousity would hurt him in any way, I would NOT go through with it.
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It was fun, friendly, and a lot like making love to myself. I just find I prefer guys. College is such a blur :hyper:hyper.gif
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Originally Posted by curls&swirls
Ha! Two of my best friends got really drunk last weekend at a party and ended up making out with each other SEVERAL times just for the hell of it. I was driving back from the party that night, and I look back in my rearview mirror, and they're making out and groping in my backseat. They *swear* they don't remember anything about that night, but now I know never to drink with them...
Girls kiss much softer than guys do. There's just something about it that was so nice.
Originally Posted by aya9877
You must never have kissed a guy who knows how a girl wants to be kissed.

My vote was for "no." I never have kissed another guy and have no desire to.
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I didn't reply to the poll because I don't consider anything I've done with women experiments. I'm intimate with woment for the same reasons I'm intimate with men - attraction, desire, affection. Nothing experimantal about it.


Yes I've done it. No it wasn't just kissing.Yes I'd do it again.
To Trenell, MizKerri and geeky:
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I should add that what Geeky said is also true for me. Except for maybe the first time...I wouldn't say that was an experiment either though, just sort of a confirmation of my thoughts/feelings about women previous to anything actually happening.
Girls kiss much softer than guys do. There's just something about it that was so nice.
Originally Posted by aya9877
You must never have kissed a guy who knows how a girl wants to be kissed.

My vote was for "no." I never have kissed another guy and have no desire to.
Originally Posted by Mephisto
Meph,

I am not saying men are rough kissers or anything like that, but honestly you cannot relate to what I am saying being a guy. Please don't try and say that you can. It's just different. I'm not saying men can't kiss gently. Or anything like that.

There is just something different. Its soft, different than gentle. It's hard to put into words, maybe someone else can. If you can kiss as soft as the two girls I kissed, I'd be VERY worried. Maybe it's totally psychological, but Im telling you it was different.

As for any posters who say what they did was not 'experimenting' I think that is symantics. I think anyones first time, whether hetero or bi or homo, is experimentation. If its something new that you are trying out, I think its experimenting.
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I am not saying men are rough kissers or anything like that, but honestly you cannot relate to what I am saying being a guy. Please don't try and say that you can. It's just different. I'm not saying men can't kiss gently. Or anything like that.

There is just something different. Its soft, different than gentle. It's hard to put into words, maybe someone else can. If you can kiss as soft as the two girls I kissed, I'd be VERY worried. Maybe it's totally psychological, but Im telling you it was different.
Originally Posted by aya9877
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As for any posters who say what they did was not 'experimenting' I think that is symantics. I think anyones first time, whether hetero or bi or homo, is experimentation. If its something new that you are trying out, I think its experimenting.
Originally Posted by aya9877
Well, if you put it that way, I experimented once. After that I was just conducting independent research to confirm my initial findings
To Trenell, MizKerri and geeky:
I pray none of you ever has to live in a communist state.

Geeky is my hero. She's the true badass. The badass who doesn't even need to be a badass. There aren't enough O's in cool to describe her.
No not yet. I guess I don't see it as something "sexual" if I kissed another girl. I wouldn't be opposed to it - for some reason, it just seems like a normal thing to do with a really close friend. I like to hug, cuddle, sleep in the same bed with... all of the above with my girlfriends. I know that I couldn't ever be in a long, lasting relationship with another girl and so I don't consider myself bisexual. I guess I understand what geeky said about how it wouldn't be really "experimenting", just a seeking of affection and human touch.

Hmmm... weird. I'm not sure if that makes sense or not.
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Originally Posted by Aya9877
I've never kissed another girl. I'm just not interested in women sexually.

One of my coworkers/casual friends seemed interested in me. She kept bringing up the topic of lesbians and bi-women. She even wanted to go see the "Kissing Jessica Stein" movie. I told her I wasn't interested in seeing that movie because the subject was of no interest to me.

I would have been willing to see the movie but not with someone who seemed a little obsessed with the topic.
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