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Response to ismnotwasm (Original post)

Wed Jan 21, 2015, 10:46 AM

5. It may explain why many women are attracted to slash fiction

"Gay porn, in fact, was so goddamn simple that it approached a type of Zen beauty. I mean, this was guys taking on guys, in every shape and form imaginable, for the most part in good humor and absent-minded lust. They may have stuck to roles of “tops” and “bottoms,” but in the dressing room, we all seemed equals, on the same team. Everyone laughed at me for being a straight guy shooting gay porn. Some tried to entice me to jump in front of the camera for kicks. But we all laughed about it. We all seemed like friends. The sadness and the degradation I had come to associate with my job, with videotaped sex for money, was suddenly absent."

Why is guy-girl stuff pervaded by anger and resentment when guy-guy stuff isn't?

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