Thursday, July 21, 2016

My love of Lesbian Porn may get awkward...

Who doesn't love Lesbian porn?

Sure, they're usually not actual lesbians performing, just 'regular' porn actresses acting out what straight men think lesbians do, but it's a fun watch. A fun watch for me, since I'm a straight male who enjoys watching two women go at it.

It relieves me of any obligation to have to do anything to help those women get off. That, IMO, is why straight men like watching lesbian porn - they're too lazy to find out what women actually need in order to get off, so they just sit back and let some other women do it instead. Because women know what women like, right?

Lazy men!

Anyway, I may find it difficult to watch lesbian porn in the future since my 14 y.o. daughter has just announced to her mother (with instructions to tell her father) that she is 'not straight'. She is not saying she is a lesbian, but she is saying she likes girls, and currently has a girlfriend. She might in the future have a boyfriend, but right now she has a girlfriend. I guess that makes her bisexual?

And I'm okay with that, aside from worrying it may become icky when I watch lesbian porn in the future.

Actually, I've just realised I haven't watched any lesbian porn yet in the week since she told us (I haven't watched any porn) so maybe I should watch some soon to see what happens? Maybe later tonight? Since, you know, I didn't get any of our scheduled sex either last weekend or last night (Wednesday).

Oops. Ugh.

The 'scheduled sex' in the paragraph above refers to the agreement my wife and I came to in order to get back to a reasonable sexual frequency, not anything with my daughter. So, Ugh, again.

Hmmmmm, clearly I'm not going to be able to refer to my daughter in a sex blog without it getting confusing and icky so I'll stop now.

Some random thoughts when she came out:
  1. I don't care, I've lived with gay men and lesbian women, they're just regular folks
  2. I care in the sense that my daughter hasn't chosen the easiest path (not that it's 'a choice'). Despite our enlightened society there's still a lot of bigots who will make her life difficult, and who wants that for their kid?
  3. This could just be a phase - maybe sending her to a girls only school has made her confused?
  4. Maybe it's just a girl crush?
  5. How do we handle sleepovers now, now that we know her best friend is her girlfriend? They can't sleep in the same bed, right?
  6. Better she be into girls than boys - boys are so skeevy. I should know, I was one.
  7. I really don't care, honest.
That is all.

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