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Opportunistic Homosexuality /situational homo-sexuality

Homosexuality

Brotherhoods of Warriors / Sacred Band of Thebes


The Sacred Band of Thebes (Ancient Greek: Hieròs Lókhos) was a troop of select soldiers, consisting of 150 pairs of male lovers which formed the elite force of the Theban army in the 4th century BC. Its predominance began with its crucial role in the Battle of Leuctra in 371 BC. It was annihilated by Philip II of Macedon in the Battle of Chaeronea in 338 BC.

From my experience,I would say a good many so called Bi-sexual men,as well as Str8 men, are opportunistically sexual with a Fem-male like myself,I know I have performed "Fellatio" on many Str8- cisgender males(most of my past sexual encounters),many so called Bi-top men,whom very willing "mount and penetrate me anally" I found through the years and experience Str8 men where more willing to "mount and penetrate me anally",if I dressed "Fem" like.

I personally avoided men who called themselves " Homosexual",due to they where not my " Type " and I was seeking a Str8 male,due to fact I see myself as sexually female.

I just personal don't see the Rational of Hating,anyone because of Race,gender,sexual desire,it is Like hating some one cause the Drive a "Chevy"

Worldwide laws regarding same-sex intercourse and freedom of expression and association
Same-sex intercourse legal
  
Marriage1
  
Marriage recognized but not performed1
  
Civil unions1
  
Unregistered cohabitation1
  
Same-sex unions not recognized
  
Laws restricting freedom of expression and association
Same-sex intercourse illegal
  
Unenforced penalty2
  
Imprisonment
  
Up to life imprisonment
  
Death penalty
Rings indicate areas where local judges have granted or denied marriages or imposed the death penalty in a jurisdiction where that is not otherwise the law or areas with a case-by-case application.
1Some jurisdictions in this category may currently have other types of partnerships.
2No arrests in the past three years or moratorium on law

Contemporary

Worldwide laws regarding same-sex intercourse and freedom of expression and association
Same-sex intercourse legal
  
Marriage1
  
Marriage recognized but not performed1
  
Civil unions1
  
Unregistered cohabitation1
  
Same-sex unions not recognized
  
Laws restricting freedom of expression and association
Same-sex intercourse illegal
  
Unenforced penalty2
  
Imprisonment
  
Up to life imprisonment
  
Death penalty
Rings indicate areas where local judges have granted or denied marriages or imposed the death penalty in a jurisdiction where that is not otherwise the law or areas with a case-by-case application.
1Some jurisdictions in this category may currently have other types of partnerships.
2No arrests in the past three years or moratorium on law.

As of August 2016[update], 72 countries criminalize consensual sexual acts between adults of the same sex.[6] They are punishable by death in eight countries:

Countries where homosexual acts are criminalized but not punished by death, by region, include:[16]

Africa

Algeria, Angola, Botswana, Burundi, Cameroon, Comoros, Egypt, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Kenya, Liberia, Libya, Malawi, Morocco, Namibia, Nigeria (death penalty in some states), Senegal, Sierra Leone, Somalia (death penalty in some states), South Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, Togo, Tunisia, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe

Asia

Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Burma, India, Kuwait, Malaysia, Maldives, Oman, Pakistan, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Syria, Turkmenistan, United Arab Emirates, Uzbekistan, Gaza Strip under Palestinian Authority

Latin America

Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago

Pacific Islands

Kiribati, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Tuvalu, Cook Islands[17]

Afghanistan, where such acts remain punishable with fines and a prison sentence, dropped the death penalty after the fall of the Taliban in 2001, who had mandated it from 1996. India criminalized homosexuality until June 2, 2009, when the High Court of Delhi declared section 377 of the Indian Penal Code invalid.[17] India has reinstated its ban on homosexuality on December 11, 2013, making it a criminal offense punishable by imprisonment up to life.

Jamaica has some of the toughest sodomy laws in the world, with homosexual activity carrying a 10-year jail sentence.[18][18][19][20]

International human rights organizations such as Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International condemn laws that make homosexual relations between consenting adults a crime.[21][22] Since 1994, the United Nations Human Rights Committee has also ruled that such laws violated the right to privacy guaranteed in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.[23][

I know the following is something that has to faced and addressed,and why the Church needs to get with "evolving".

I don't like talking of religions,due the fact I, have my own spiritual belief, yet the Church has the ability to greatly help,yet due to the Ego of, they are not adapting to modern times, "The End of History Illusion" thing again, except in Groupthink form.,,Society isn't going to Abandon Christianity, yet it's Flock (followers) need to help,by maturing,understanding to avoid violence,hate etc.it is much needed. my opinion

Adult Learners' Traits  from elearningindustry.com

  1. Self-direction
    Adults feel the need to take responsibility for their lives and decisions and this is why it’s important for them to have control over their learning. Therefore, self-assessment, a peer relationship with the instructor, multiple options and initial, yet subtle support are all imperative.
  2. Practical and results-oriented
    Adult learners are usually practical, resent theory, need information that can be immediately applicable to their professional needs, and generally prefer practical knowledge that will improve their skills, facilitate their work and boost their confidence. This is why it’s important to create a course that will cover their individual needs and have a more utilitarian content.
  3. Less open-minded And therefore more resistant to change.
    Maturity and profound life experiences usually lead to rigidity, which is the enemy of learning. Thus, instructional designers need to provide the “why” behind the change, new concepts that can be linked to already established ones, and promote the need to explore.
  4. Slower learning, yet more integrative knowledge
    Aging does affect learning. Adults tend to learn less rapidly with age. However, the depth of learning tends to increase over time, navigating knowledge and skills to unprecedented personal levels...I believe this is extremely false-me
  5. Use personal experience as a resource
    Adults have lived longer, seen and done more, have the tendency to link their past experiences to anything new and validate new concepts based on prior learning. This is why it’s crucial to form a class with adults that have similar life experience levels, encourage discussion and sharing, and generally create a learning community consisting of people who can profoundly interact.               this is where "Pre-Concieved Notions must be known-me
  6. Motivation
    Learning in adulthood is usually voluntary. Thus, it’s a personal choice to attend school, in order to improve job skills and achieve professional growth. This motivation is the driving force behind learning and this is why it’s crucial to tap into a learner’s intrinsic impetus with the right thought-provoking material that will question conventional wisdom and stimulate his mind.
  7. Multi-level responsibilities
    Adult learners have a lot to juggle; family, friends, work, and the need for personal quality time. This is why it’s more difficult for an adult to make room for learning, while it’s absolutely crucial to prioritize. If his life is already demanding, then the learning outcome will be compromised. Taking that under consideration, an instructional designer needs to create a flexible program, accommodate busy schedules, and accept the fact that personal obligations might obstruct the learning process.
  8. High expectations
    Adult learners have high expectations. They want to be taught about things that will be useful to their work, expect to have immediate results, seek for a course that will worth their while and not be a waste of their time or money. This is why it’s important to create a course that will maximize their advantages, meet their individual needs and address all the learning challenges.

The above site looks a bit at Men whom identify as "Straight" whom see people like myself "Fem-males" simply for sexually excitement,release,pleasure.-Sexual Fluidity: The New Sexuality Paradigm

Personally,I can relate to what is discussed in the article,as I would see so many black "Straight Men" for often just a "Blow-job" or to get "jacked-off"

,,this way fine by me,and I had no more expectations then what "reality was"

Sexual selection- Wikipedia


        Sexual selection is a mode of natural selection where members of one biological sex choose mates of the other sex to mate with (intersexual selection), and compete with members of the same sex for access to members of the opposite sex (intrasexual selection). These two forms of selection mean that some individuals have better reproductive success than others within a population, either from being more attractive or preferring more attractive partners to produce offspring

Sexual attraction- Wikipedia

Sexual attraction is attraction on the basis of sexual desire or the quality of arousing such interest.[1][2] Sexual attractiveness or sex appeal is an individual's ability to attract the sexual or erotic interests of other people, and is a factor in sexual selection or mate choice. The attraction can be to the physical or other qualities or traits of a person, or to such qualities in the context where they appear. The attraction may be to a person's aesthetics or movements or to their voice or smell, besides other factors. The attraction may be enhanced by a person's adornments, clothing, perfume or style. It can be influenced by individual genetic, psychological, or cultural factors, or to other, more amorphous qualities. Sexual attraction is also a response to another person that depends on a combination of the person possessing the traits and on the criteria of the person who is attracted.

Though attempts have been made to devise objective criteria of sexual attractiveness and measure it as one of several bodily forms of capital asset (see erotic capital), a person's sexual attractiveness is to a large extent a subjective measure dependent on another person's interest, perception, and sexual orientation. For example, a gay or lesbian person would typically find a person of the same sex to be more attractive than one of the other sex. A bisexual person would find either sex to be attractive. Asexuality refers to those who do not experience sexual attraction for either sex, though they may have romantic attraction (homoromantic, biromantic or heteroromantic) or a non-directed libido.[3] Interpersonal attraction includes factors such as physical or psychological similarity, familiarity or possessing a preponderance of common or familiar features, similarity, complementarity, reciprocal liking, and reinforcement.[4]

The ability of a person's physical and other qualities to create a sexual interest in others is the basis of their use in advertising, film, and other visual media, as well as in modeling and other occupations.

  Mate Choice

Introduction

Sexual selection favors characters that increase access to a limited supply of opposite-sex gametes. Some sexually selected traits are advantageous because when a male and female encounter each other they increase the likelihood of being deemed an acceptable mate. In addition, some male traits subsequently affect the way a female uses sperm. Both types of traits evolve due to mate choice arising from mating preferences. However, not all sexually selected traits require mate choice. Weaponry can confer an advantage in direct contests for mates in the absence of choosiness (although there are sometimes mating preferences for individuals with impressive weapons), as can investment into ejaculates when sperm from different males compete to fertilize eggs. Sexual selection can also favor locomotory or olfactory abilities that increase the mate encounter rate. Selection for traits that are preferred by the opposite sex (i.e., that help overcome choosiness) readily explains why seductive/attractive traits evolve. The more challenging task is to identify the benefits of choosiness. This is the focus of most theoretical studies of mate choice. If there was no cost to being choosy then mating preferences could arise as pleiotropic by-products of selection on other traits. Often, however, choice is costly. Choosiness can decrease an individual’s rate of reproduction by lowering the rate at which acceptable mates are found or by selecting for costly mate sampling behavior to ensure one is found. A lower mating rate might appear inevitable, given that choosiness implies some otherwise acceptable potential mates are rejected. Sometimes, however, mate choice is more nuanced with no outright rejection of potential mates. Instead, individuals adjust their reproductive expenditure. For example, a male (or a female) might change its investment in courtship depending on the type of female (or male) encountered, which affects the subsequent likelihood of a mating. A female, male, or even hermaphrodite might similarly adjust how many gametes are made available to a potential mate.