The Many Flavors of Human Sexuality

We all have our own individual perspectives. We all have different circumstances. For some those circumstances lead to unexpected destinies, which is exactly what happens to the characters in following stories.

They aren’t full length novels. They’re novellas, stories told in sixty to ninety pages and priced accordingly on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. They are dramatic circumstances you may never find yourself in, but you very may may be drawn into the lives of those involved.

Available now on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. Note: “My Sister” has been banned on Amazon and is only available on Nook.

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Eros … 23

Human intimacy. It’s our most basic motivation. On the surface it’s impractical … why would we so often feel a compelling need to connect ourselves, our hands, our lips and mouths to someone’s genitals. For those of us that need no reason and simply appreciate our circumstances, it’s magical, physically, psychologically and emotionally.

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Born in the Wrong Body

When she looked in the mirror she saw a man. During puberty her body had changed in a way that broke her heart. When the other girls were talking about pending dates and trying out for the drill team, she was sitting alone in her room on Saturday nights and her father expected her to join the basketball team. When the other girls at school were trying different colors of lipstick and admiring their developing breasts in the mirror, she was shaving her chin and looking at a male organ that had gotten larger and darker.

She couldn’t understand why she didn’t fit in. Through puberty and her early teenage years, she never felt an urge to act or look masculine. She just wanted to be herself, which meant a perpetual struggle to be accepted, failing no matter how hard she tried to fit in. She identified with the girls, but didn’t look like them. She looked like the boys, but couldn’t understand why they liked to play baseball, hit each other on the arm, or yell catcalls at the girls. But by the time she finished high school, she had a plan.

After college, two years into her new career and a long regimen of hormone therapy, she finally looked like a woman. Her breasts had developed and her hips had taken on soft round curves. Born with the name Michael, she was now Michelle. She wore heels and flowing dresses and carried a purse. Mind, body and soul, she was completely female, except for the final operation: genital reassignment surgery. She didn’t know that she would fall in love with a wonderful man before that day came, nor was she ready for the challenge of telling him her secret.

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Read more about Michelle on your Kindle here.

On on your Nook here.

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Eros … 22

I’ve never figured out why erotic images are considered offensive by so many. Nothing in life is nearly so compelling as human sexuality and intimacy. One would think, like the early Romans did, that such images would be a rather rewarding way to celebrate what almost all of us so often think about. Oh well, none of that baggage here on Enlightened Male. Here are some images that I found quite intriguing.

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WRESTLING IN A FANTASMATIC MUSEUM

The title of the film uses the word wrestling. It could easily have used the word exploring. It shows us two men wrestling, but they also seem to be exploring the notion of being male, of being physically similar, yet different in a compelling way. They could very well be exploring the parameters of their sexuality.

WRESTLING IN A FANTASMATIC MUSEUM from UnderFilm on Vimeo.

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Everyone knows what a gay or bisexual man would see in this film, but straight guys might have a different take. Since many straight guys have liberated their perspectives, others not so much, I’m curious about what straight men would think about this film. Just for fun, let’s find out in the following pol. (Straight guys only)

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A Straight Guy's Take on This Film (choose up to 3)

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