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I read a few of your articles. I’m a straight guy with a submissive side. I’ve fantasized about bottoming to a strong Dominant black man since I was a teen and watched interracial hetero anal porn. I wanted to know what it felt like to be the girl in the vids. I’m much older now and I’m putting serious thought into trying a D/s LTR with a gay Dom, provided I can find one who is interested in me. I’m not into casual sex at all. Exploring submission on more than one level really interests me. I also like the idea of commitment and putting the needs of your partner above your own. Kinda like the 1950s type of marriage. Commit yourself to your partner and then learn how to make things work with him. Do you think a straight guy can make a good bottom and sub for a gay Dom? I don’t want to do it if it’s not good for the Dom.
Hi sub slut,
I know a few straight male subs who get dominated by gay men and get off purely on the experience of submission, but I can’t say I know them very well. But yes, anecdotally, it’s possible to have this kind of setup. Your biggest challenge will be learning how to bottom if you’ve never taken anything up your ass. My last post will be helpful to you.
I want to pose a question. Why is it necessary to define your sexual orientation here? The definition of gay is being a man who is attracted, sexually or romantically, to men, and that is literally what you are describing, so I encourage you to at least be open to the possibility that you may not be 100% straight. I am not negating or discrediting your identity, but I’d hate for you to miss out on all the great sex with men that fall outside this particular Dom/sub scene because you think it’s off-limits to a straight man.
I understand that you being straight may be a necessary component of this idealized fetish setup, and that’s fine. You can call yourself whatever you want. It really doesn’t matter, and I’m not one to get hung up on labels — labels annoy me and I’m not always so sure about my own. But you’re a straight man who wants to get fucked in the ass, dominated, and ordered around by a Black male dominant who is with you in a long-term, committed, monogamous relationship — one that feels to you like a “1950s type of marriage.”
At that moment — when his cock is slamming in your stretched, sloppy hole and you’re taking it and moaning because it feels so fucking good and you can’t believe he’s pulling out all ten inches and slamming them back in your hungry little pussy — you’re having gay sex. Very gay sex.
And that fact will not remove your power, your worth, or your ability to do awesome stuff, sexually and otherwise. That fact doesn’t take away the legitimacy of your kinky desires, the intensity of your fantasies, or the authenticity of your kink. If you enjoy sex with women, it won’t take away from that, either.
The only thing that experience does sort of chip away at is your self-description as an exclusively straight man, and even this is up for debate. In my best gay sex, I, too, am a bent-over bitch fag, but I’ve also had girl crushes and fantasies about women. Does that make me straight? If I were to carry out these fantasies — if I were to be crawling on a floor, collared, choked on her leash — I’ll have entered her world and become a person engaging in heterosexual sex. That doesn’t discredit my identity as a gay man because identity isn’t a cage — it doesn’t hinge on the sex you have. But that erotic, hour-long encounter, and the desire for that hour, and this moment in which I’m thinking about that encounter, make me entertain the notion that maybe not 100% gay. You should do the same from your end.
Speaking more practically, you will have an easier time finding the Black dom you’re seeking if you look in gay spaces, digital and otherwise. I’d encourage you to set up a profile on all-male sex websites like Scruff and Recon, where you will, at the very least, be perceived as gay by other users. You have to be okay with that.
The guy you’re looking for will be hunting where he knows he can find a willing sub, and that’s not at a straight bar or on a straight dating website. He’s going to be looking at gay sites. The men he’s seeking may call themselves straight as part of the fantasy or even with total seriousness, but in his sling, they will call themselves Daddy’s Bitch.
Good luck hunting, and if you’re ever tempted to explore the playground of kinks and identities that fall outside rigid heterosexuality, I encourage you, like Satan, to give in to temptation.
I totally disagree with you, Alex. Many straight identifying men have sex with men, and this does not change their heterosexuality. You should read the book Not Gay by Jane Ward, and articles published by Hector Carillo and Tony Silva concerning Heterofelxibility.