Hi, I have been wondering but afraid to ask anyone I know in person about this. I've been married for 6 years to my wife. We have a great sex life, she has always been very sexaul and eager to please me which is a lucky thing. But sometimes she will ask me of I think a guy on TV or in person from a distance is hot, she wants to know if I find him attractive. About 6 months ago I saw on our home computer that she had visited porn sites. That is fine, I don't mind but what is strange is that it was gay (men) porn. There were pages and downloads of men in male porn. I was like ??? Too shy to ask her. So I said nothing. I found more gay porn over this past weekend. I finally asked her, after some drinks we were in bed and I felt OK to ask. She sort of laughed but said yes she likes to see men together. It is a turn on for her?? I don't understand how a woman could be turned on by men on men. Does anyone know what this means? Should I be concerned?View Thread
Ok, not that I have been upset or anything by her gay male porn thing or anything, actually more intersted as to why, so I mentioned it in bed last night. (after sex) She told me something I hadnt thought of...the men in gay porn are all very good looking, great bodies, and the focus is on the awesomeness of the male body etc. She said (and I agree) in hetero porn the men are not the focus, so the men are just so so, sometimes downright ugly, and the focus is on the woman and her parts. My wife doesnt care too much to see a super hot woman and woman parts up close. So the male gay porn gives her great pleasure to be able to see men she finds physically attractive nude. She has a good point... if you're into good looking men naked go look at gay porn, lol.View Thread
Thanks for your response. Yes you are right, it is very erotic to her. She has great appreciation of the male body. She is very physical. I was mentioning on another board also that she seems to get off by seeing and hearing men experience intense pleasure. I am a very lucky husband!View Thread
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