Public Nudity in the USA

Americans in the USA feel very uncomfortable when confronted with Nudity in public.

Despite the changed views on many aspects, Nudity is still a touchy matter with Americans of all ages. Many other activities that were once considered immoral are now accepted by the public like masturbation, premarital sex, and homosexuality.

We are very sophisticated today on many other topics but not Nudity. Commercial TV avoids nude scenes (prime time), nursing mothers must hide their breasts while feeding in public, and some universities removed from their art history classrooms reproductions of some nude paintings because professors insisted on being uncomfortable and even offended by it.

Public Nudity is illegal in most states in the USA today, but if it was legal would you go naked in public??

Why do women tend to be more bisexually oriented than men?

From personal observation in north American culture, it seems that women tend towards homosexuality/ bisexuality more than men.

Anybody that has ever seen an adult movie must have noticed that the vast majority of adult titles contain at least one scene where two or more women have some form of sex. Actually, if one judges solely by observing adult movies, one would get the impression that all human females are at least bisexual and very few men are bisexual or homosexual. Of course, I’m talking about adult movies that are targeted at heterosexual males (which make up the majority of adult titles for now).

Also, from personal observation of people that I’ve been in contact with, it seems that women tend to accept sexual contact with other women more easily than men accepting sexual contact with other men. In my personal circle of friends, I’ve seen quite a few times where women kiss each other on the lips. And I’m talking about women that are going out with guys. Yet, I’ve never seen two guys that are going out with women kiss each other on the lips. I’ve found it fairly easy so far to dare two women into kissing/fondling each other. I’ve never been able to get two men to come even close to doing that.

Why is that?

Is it because of the fundamental physical differences in male and female sexual practices? Or is it caused by the mental difference?

Being a heterosexual male, I cannot even try to imagine kissing another man on the lips, let alone actually do it.

Physically, when a woman has sex with another woman, it’s not that different from having sex with a man. Some activities will be missing, but no real foreign activities are introduced. When a woman is having sex with a man, the insertion of something into her body is a normal part of sex. So if a woman has sex with another woman, the insertion of fingers or toys is similar to having sex with a man.

But for a man to have sex with another man, a new completely foreign activity must be introduced to one of the participants. One of the men (normally) must accept the insertion of something into their body, which is not something that happens when having sex with a woman.

On the other hand, north American culture seems to be more accepting of female bisexuality than male bisexuality.

So, is it something physical, mental, or social that creates this difference between men and women’s acceptance of same sex contact?

Doing it all Over, by Al Steiner

The first good story that I’ve read on the internet.

Back in 1999, my first encounter in internet erotica was through The site was small at the time and there were few authors.

Lucky for me, the first story that I decided to read at the time was “Doing it all Over” by “Al Steiner“.

I was hooked and reeled in from the first paragraph.

It’s the story of a paramedic that is leading a boring, miserable life. On one of his shifts he’s asked to take an old, dying of cancer, Chinese man to the hospital. With his last few breaths, the old man asks our protagonist what his best wish was, and the answer is one most of us can relate to. He wishes to be 15 years-old again, but knowing what he now knows as an adult. Of course, strangely enough, our hero wakes up the next day in his old bedroom, in the body of his fifteen-year-old self, back in 1982.

From that point, the author takes us on a very interesting trip as our protagonist lives his teen years all over again, dealing with his past tribulations and handling them differently this time around. The author weaves a very compelling tale. Crafted with skill and a story-telling talent that few authors have.

Read the story. I’m sure that you won’t regret spending the few days that it may take you to read it.

While reading the story, I found myself reflecting on my own past life and thinking about what I would do if I had the chance to do it all over again. It’s a very powerful self exploration exercise. What would I change in my own life? All the bad experiences? Some of the good ones? If I changed all the bad experiences would I still be me? The bad experiences helped change me considerably. Would I like the new me if I didn’t live through the worst experiences of my life?

Things to ponder. What do you think? would you like to change a lot about your life?