GymGnostic: Clothesless Being

Where the esoteric knowledge of naked human existence is explored.

April 9, 2013 7:08 pm

GENDER NEUTRAL PRONOUN SURVEY NEEDED FOR A RESEARCH PAPER!!!

ittybittyhobbits:

Please please please send this around and take this survey!!! It’s a linguistic based survey on gender neutral pronouns and it’s two parts. Part 1 is multiple mainly and part 2 is three essays.

Part 1
http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/
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Part 2
http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/
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(Source: justadjudicator, via bialogue-group)

April 18, 2012 12:03 pm

It’s desire, not religion

lollandlass:

My sexual orientation is not a religion. You cannot believe or disbelieve in it. It exists like the seasons, the tides, the stars, and the ground. You may as well discuss believing in the sun rising in the west.

People who think there are only one or two sexual orientations are the Flat Earth Society of sexuality. You were never right. You will never be right. Kindly catch up to the rest of us.

#bisexual #pansexual #pansexuality #asexual #asexuality #demisexual #polysexual #omnisexual #queer


Words  that have escaped me …

April 17, 2012 6:02 am
This was originally tagged as bisexual.. which will be difficult for some to comprehend.  Because as it goes with ‘invisible differences,’ bisexuality is the most invisible.  It must be seen over time, and is often lost in a snapshot. Is the focus of such a photo bisexual, and how do we know?  Or do the men become bisexual because our gaze is open to such?

This was originally tagged as bisexual.. which will be difficult for some to comprehend.  Because as it goes with ‘invisible differences,’ bisexuality is the most invisible.  It must be seen over time, and is often lost in a snapshot. Is the focus of such a photo bisexual, and how do we know?  Or do the men become bisexual because our gaze is open to such?

April 16, 2012 11:29 am

best conversation with my dance teacher

  • Teacher: Hey Cassidy. Your bisexuality is showing.
  • conformist-rebellion: 0_o
  • Teacher: So. If you hd to have sex with anyone in this room who would it be?
  • ~~~~~~~~~
  • GymGnostic: you end the dialoge there?!? conformist-rebellion, you're teasing us! do tell, who??
April 15, 2012 6:04 pm
inbetween: considerations from following bisexual blogs

Take a break from the fun images and give this a read

inbetween:

i follow a handful of bisexual blogs and from time to time i see asks in which people are confused or questioning or they say something like “i think i may be bisexual, but i’ve never been in a relationship with this gender or that gender, so how can i be so sure.”

when i was in the process of accepting/discovering/etc. my sexuality i told a friend that i had realized that there’s a big difference between thinking you might like something and actually liking something. meaning it’s about coming to terms with something that’s always been there and weighing the outcome of that realization.

if you even feel a flicker of attraction for the same gender (or opposite) and the thought lingers or stirs something within you - you don’t really have to let the thought marinate until you’ve experienced the same gender (or opposite). there’s no need to justify to anyone your level of attraction for this gender or that.

speaking of justification: my favorite thing is when some people doubt the validity of bisexuality. as if you need to have dated this many men or this many women to be a “real bisexual” - or if you haven’t dated either gender or only one gender than you aren’t really bisexual. it’s the same thing as asking, “well how do you know you’re gay if you haven’t been with this gender or that gender?”

when i was in that phase of exploration, i asked myself the same things and i finally started to question those common bisexual stereotypes and realized that even though stereotypes are based on some truth they don’t apply to every individual.

i considered the thought of myself actually being homosexual, but i thought of the guys i had dated and my feelings toward them and i personally couldn’t discredit that even though i had the same feelings toward women.

i’m not “greedy”, “confused”, “disloyal”, or a “cheater” - if i were in a relationship with a woman, for example, and i left them for a man it doesn’t mean they didn’t satisfy me or fulfill me because they weren’t the gender i needed/wanted at that particular time - it just means that something didn’t workout between us. (and it also doesn’t mean that i’m not a “real bisexual” or i’m actually heterosexual or i’m actually homosexual.)

April 14, 2012 12:03 pm

How far along are we as a society re. sexuality?

amanda-says-x:

Is it weird that I feel validated because a survey had bisexual listed for me to pick instead of just gay or straight?


  • GymGnostic answered: Not weird to feel vindicated; rather, fucked up that our society is too slowly acknowledging our full selves? & cuz the Q/A is needed at all.