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If you are struggling with thoughts of suicide, please please call this line.  

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I love you all.  Please stay safe.  :-)

~kev

Anonymous
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to describe Kev: best guy ever

Awwww… *blush*… I’m just here to help.  :-)

Thanks!

~kev

Anonymous
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Hello Kevin! First of all, thanks for answering all these questions. My question is: Don't you think being bisexual is much more harder than being gay? Basically i am torn and i feel something towards both genders. It really sucks. I wish i was either born female or straight, even though i love being male. maybe this way things would turn out much better for my heart and my soul. what do you think?

My bisexual friends have heard me say many, many, many times that I don’t know how bisexual people do it.  You love both genders… how do you pick one?  

I suppose that quite a few bisexual people lean more towards one gender over the other… so maybe focus on that?  But really, I don’t know how you could do it.  

My passion for men is intense.  I could only imagine the trouble I would have if I also liked women just as passionately.  I don’t know how I would handle that.

So the best idea I could come up with is to go with how you are leaning.  If you truly aren’t leaning… flip a coin?  I mean, I really have no idea how you make that choice.

I can only offer this… go with what your heart tells you.  I know that sounds so cryptic and fantastic, but look at it this way.  Your body is telling you that it’s all about PEOPLE over GENDER.  So then maybe by following your heart… meeting the person of your dreams… maybe that will be the answer you need to move that direction.  I guess I’m saying this… don’t worry about picking… keep focused on finding the person that you feel completes you.  If you do that, the choice will be made for you.

The only caveat is this… whatever you do… always be honest with your partner.  I know a lot of bisexual men who will get married only to cheat later using the reason “my wife doesn’t have a cock” as justification.  I hate that I still need to say that you should be honest with your partner… but a lot of people struggle with this.  

And I applaud the men who have worked it out with their wives/husbands.  Some actually have wives/husbands that are ok with their men playing around with other men/women once in awhile.  They communicated and it works for them.  So if you get it in your head that you can cheat because your wife isn’t the same as a man… or your man doesn’t have a vagina… snap out of it.  Cheating isn’t worth it.

That would be my only warning… but I do think that the choice will be something that will land in your lap when the right person comes along.  That’s what I would say.  :-)

I hope that helps!

~kev

Anonymous
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Do you watch Glee? Can you recommend some gay related tv shows or movies?

I always recommend Shelter.  That’s my favorite gay movie of all time.

Hunting Season is a good show online.  It’s really cute and very telling of gay culture.  Each episode is about 10 minutes long.  Check it out.

Will and Grace had a lot of gayness to it that I really loved.  I still love that show even tho it’s off the air.

There’s many more but I’m not wide awake just yet. Haha… ummm… I’ll have to keep thinking…

~kev

Anonymous
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How could you describe yourself with three words? Affable? Discreet? Self-sufficient? Steadfast? Meticulous? Or neither of them?

Self-sufficient.  Confident.  Caring.

I suppose.  lol…  I could choose like a bunch actually… lol… 

~kev

Anonymous
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my boyfriend and I are completely crazy about each other. I love him so much and I know he loves me the same. he is my first in every way, but I am not his. when ever I think of his previous relationships or hookups I start to get upset thinking about him with other men. I know they were all before I was with him, but I still cant help it. is this a normal way to feel? And is it crazy to ask him how many men he has been in a relationship with or how many he has had sex with?

Danger! Danger! Danger!  Don’t go down this path.  Please.

Is it normal to feel this way? Sure.  Is it going to get you anywhere?  Absolutely not.  It truly won’t.  Why do you want to know this information?

Chris was with someone before me.  I was with a few guys before him.  Why are we no longer with those people?  Well, it wasn’t meant to be with them.  It was meant to be with us.  And that’s how you need to see it.

The only time I think it is important to talk about the past is if there is a problem with health or something… a reason warranted to bring the past to the present… but the reason he is no longer with those guys is because he chose YOU.  

Granted, you feel this way partly in that he is your first… and that is PERFECTLY understandable… but it will only give you answers you really don’t want to hear… and given that you say that you’ve already been upset when thinking about it… actually talking to him about it will be worse.

If I thought you could hear it all without being upset, then I would say you should go for it… but that doesn’t sound like it would be the case with you given what you’ve said.

I’m all for communication and making sure that couples are happily speaking their minds…but you should be very careful here.  You may get really upset with his honesty and start an argument where there is none right now.

If you don’t think you can get past these feelings… you need to share that with him.  But that’s only if you truly feel that this is a roadblock to your relationship that you cannot get around.

I’m going to tell you tho… different people have gone through different experiences which have led them to this point in their lives.  Clearly none of the other men lasted… and he wants to be with you.  Focus on that fact.  If you feel that maybe you will be the “next ex” then bring up those fears and concerns with him.  

I just can’t stress enough how careful you need to be here.  If you get upset with just THINKING about it… a full on conversation may send you over the top.  And there’s no reason to think that he won’t be fully honest if you ask… so you may well get more than you bargain for.  Personally, I would rather not know the details before I came into his life.  That’s a before time… a chapter ahead of my time with my guy… and that’s ok, you know?

I totally get how you’re feeling… but I just think you may get more than you truly want in this situation… and it could put a wedge between the two of you.

Let me know what you decide to do.  I’m here to help.  :-)

~kev

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Wow.  He absolutely has my support on this.  Use that recipe!  :-)
Great submission.  Thank you so much!
~kev

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Wow.  I completely agree.  Amazingly fantastically awesomely real.  :-D

Wow.  He absolutely has my support on this.  Use that recipe!  :-)

Great submission.  Thank you so much!

~kev

Anonymous
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So this is a little off topic than being gay, or anything like that but I need some advice. I recently decided to move to another city, because I think it's what's best for me in my life right now. And ever since I told my two best friends, I'm finding myself feeling very distanced from them. I just don't know what to do. You'd think they'd want to spend a bit more time with me now that they know I'm leaving (not to sound selfish). I'd love to hear your opinion Kev, thanks! :)

Well, a couple of things could be going on here.  There’s a chance they may be upset if you didn’t tell them you were thinking about going before you made the choice to leave.  Friends can feel slighted when you do that.  I can’t tell from your message if that was the case or not, so I thought I’d throw it in there in case they weren’t involved.

What if they did know prior to you making a choice?  Well, then I would say that it’s most likely them pulling away so as not to be hurt by you leaving.  Another city, from what you’ve said, makes it sound like it’s going to be pretty far away.  So there may be a chance that they are pulling away because they don’t want the final day to be so painful.  

I’ve pulled away from friends when I knew they were going away.  I can’t say it was always the best decision, but sometimes it’s hard to deal with those emotions.  Maybe they don’t want to be upset… and seeing you just reminds them that soon you will be gone.  

And they could also be supporting each other.  It’s really hard to say.

That’s the best thought I can come up with on your situation.  They may not know how to tell you to stay… and may be struggling with saying anything because they do also want what’s best for you.

I know it’s hard not to take personal, but know that they may very well be protecting their hearts in this situation.  I know there were times that was the case for me.  I was so upset that I didn’t want the person to leave… that I just couldn’t be near them.  :-/

That’s what I think.  I’d love to hear others thoughts on this matter… if anyone wants to chime in.  

Thank you for the question.  It’s definitely worth thinking about.

I hope that helps!

~kev

Anonymous
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I think your next podcast should cover moaning! ;)

Interesting.  I never thought about that, but I could do one on moaning.  hahaha… or is that a trick!? lol… j/k

I’ll have to think about that one!  Great suggestion!

~kev

Anonymous
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during one of your podcasts you told us to open our legs. when I did I smelt a huge wave of manly musk and came right then. (I then kept jerkin and came again at the count down). I thought you'd like to hear that.

I absolutely love hearing that.  Wow.  Thank you!  :-D  That’s really really really sexy.  RAWR!  :-)  Yum.  Tell me when you do that again.  ;-)

Thank you so much for sharing that with me.  That truly rocks!  RAAAAWR!

~kev

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"The Greeks thought that homosexuality was more pure than heterosexuality, because one of the main purposes of heterosexuality is the option of reproduction. The Greeks considered heterosexuals desire for only this to be greedy, where as homosexual love is more about true love for the other person, not just the desire to reproduce. Also, because homosexual love isn’t the dominant culture. It’s different." - MIND BLOWN, We're different in an adorable, loving, passionate and sexy way ! :D

Thank you for this!  Definitely blows my mind!  Wow.  I want everyone to read that and think about what that means.  Seriously.  

Thank you so much.  :-)  What a great thing to focus on!  I copied that to my desktop list. :-D

~kev