“There must be more good women than men percentage-wise, So her chance of having a husband just minimized, Thats why a lot of girls claim they aren’t into guys, And mess with other girls part time to improvise” (Source: Kanye West – Doing Girls Wrong)
Girl-on-Girl action, made from the best stuff on earth. Most men seem to find girl on girl action to be an ultimate turn on. Something about the movie, She Hate Me, made every man in America quiver.
However, here lately it seems like that same action is causing women to quiver too.
It was in my last few years of high school that I noticed that the number of women crossing over was not only rising, but it was also becoming more acceptable to be out in the open about it. It started with a few girls around school being known for “turning girls out.” Then there were a group of chicks who had basically had widely publicized bad luck with boys they should have never been so serious about to begin with “being turned out.” (In my personal opinion, it was always some of the best looking girls in school. I’m glad the couple joints I was getting at in HS were so far away from that, I had no worries.) So there’s a few good things that come out of it, and there are a few bad things that come out of it. Mainly, I’m glad that homophobia in the world is going down. I’ve always stood firm that I know what I’m about and taking shots at what another man/woman is about ain’t something I got time to worry about.
Now that we’ve got the formalities out the way, bi-curiosity is something different to me. It’s about those women who have an urge to hook up with a woman. It causes them to develop woman-crushes. It’s about that story you heard from your home girl about the girl who was kissing her a little too long before she decided to tell her to stop. (I think women set themselves up for stuff like this because it’s not uncommon for women to acknowledge that other women are gorgeous or sexy.)
I’m going to touch on three situations and then I’m going to ask three questions. The situations are the ones that I find entertaining and the questions are ones that I want answered. (If you don’t know the answer, I’m sure some of you know some girls who do. Help me out.)
Situation #1 – We’re in the club with a group of our female friends. Another group of girls enter the club and one of our female friends comments, “Those girls be hooking up with other girls.” All the guys, while not right away, find a way to commit these girls to mental memory… just in case. Another one of the females comments, “That one right there. [Points at one in the group]. That’s the ring leader, she’s turning them all out. I wonder how she does it.” I know, and any man with a clue knows, that girl is already in the danger zone.
Situation #2 – I have a friend who told me she met a girl, (who likes girls), and how they talk regularly. They go out at night to clubs and lounges together. They have a lot of fun together, but she’s not interested in hooking up with a girl. However, she’s admitted that if she was going to hook up with a girl, this girl would be her. I told her, sooner or later, more than likely sooner, something is going to pop off.
Situation #3 – At a house party, while drinking heavily a Nicky Minaj video comes on TV. The following conversation ensues.
Sekinah – I heard Nicky is bisexual.
Andrea – Disgusting.
Me – Perfect.
Carl – LOL, I don’t see why women get mad at her for doing her.
Andrea – What if I told you, “I heard Idris Elba was bisexual… PERFECT.”
Me – I would not care, I do not think about Idris at all.
Sekinah – I hooked up with a girl before.
[Peculiar pause in the room. All men go to their Picture-in-Picture and visualize what it would be like for Sekinah to hook up with another woman.]
Now I got Three Questions: Do you think more women than admit it have hooked up with women? Does a fast lifestyle play a part in this situation? Does it bother lesbians when a chick just wants to hook up and doesn’t really want anything more?
I apologize for getting deep on you in the end. (#PAUSE).
Anyway, speak on it SBM massive. Once you guys get going, I’ll be sure to post some of my personal stories to instigate some dialogue. And as always don’t forget to get on twitter, TWEET about the article and invite new people to the conversation. (Follow me @DrJayJack) We here at SBM appreciate your support.