Do you ever get suspicious of why someone wants to know your sexual preferences? Do you ever feel that people judge you based on your answer? M3 contributors Gerald Hogan, Mark Estes, Malcolm Travers and Breeze Vincinz discuss the politics and hierarchy of tops and bottoms in the gay community. Do people want to know your sexual position in order to better understand your personality? What business is it of theirs if they are not trying to have sex with you?
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