Originally published on madamenoire.com
Listen, I’m not Team Kanye at all. I already told y’all that I think Amber Rose was well within her right to check him, considering the fact that he brought her son, Baby Bash, into the beef with him and her estranged husband Wiz Khalifa.
And considering Kanye was trying to throw around his machismo, calling that into question by exposing his sexual proclivities was fair game, even if it relied on homophobia.
You ain’t got to lie to kick it, my nigga. As a result #KanyeAnalPlaylist has been trending all day.
Like most people, I believe Amber. Kanye, more than likely, gets down like that. And if he indeed does like to have his booty tickled, there is absolutely nothing wrong with that. And furthermore, the fact that a man might like having his booty stimulated does not make him gay. Repeat it with me. It does not make him gay.
I see some of you might need a little convincing, so let me help you out.
- A man’s “g spot” or “p spot” is in his prostate gland.
I mentioned this briefly yesterday, but it bears repeating. Just like there’s a bundle of nerves toward the front of our vagina called the G spot, men have one too. It just so happens that this bundle of nerves, for both men and women, when stimulated can cause an orgasm…a strong one. And a man’s are located in his prostate gland, which is in the back.
- It matters who’s performing the sex act
If a man likes for a woman to stimulate his behind, the key is that it’s a man being stimulated by a woman. Meaning their sex is still heterosexual in nature. It’s very straightforward. Just like receiving oral sex from your boyfriend doesn’t mean you’re a lesbian.
- Gay men aren’t the only ones who use the booty
Y’all gay men do not have a monopoly on anal sex. Most people have booty holes. Men have anal sex with women too, lest we forget. And women can reach an orgasm through anal stimulation. In fact, I’ve heard the anal orgasm is better and stronger than a vaginal one. But does that mean that a woman who enjoys anal sex is a gay man? No, that’s ridiculous.
- The butt is a sexual organ
In light of this new discussion, someone said “People are trying to act like the butt is a sexual organ…and it’s not.” Incorrect. First off, your butt is not an organ. It’s a pathway to the organs in your digestive system. But then again, breasts aren’t an organ either. And they can certainly be used during the sex act. People tend to forget that your brain is a sexual organ, the strongest one actually. Your skin is a sexual organ, the largest one. For some people, feet are sexual. Sexuality is different for each person. If it gets you off, then it becomes sexual. The possibilities are endless. Dudes aside, I’m sure there are some ladies in the place who can attest to the rush they feel when their behinds are grasped, caressed, or even smacked. Again, does that make you a gay man? Nope.
- Unless you’re attracted to or having sex with someone of the same sex, you’re not gay.
That’s pretty much all that needs to be said there. The culture is so homophobic that everyone is looking for a way to out someone else, as a way to shame them. That’s not how it works. The only way to be gay is to be sexually attracted to someone of the same sex. No body posture, attire, or interest in specific sexual acts (performed by someone of the opposite sex) can make you gay.