Seduction, major Freudian slip

Paladin's picture

I've been thinking about writing fiction, but at the moment I'm finding the interesting things that happen in my life stranger than any fiction. Anyway, don't read if guys fondling disgusts you.

I: Seduction

Physics was again a hotbed of male homoerotic behaviour. There's only one girl in our class. Our teacher saw how all six of us guys were sitting next to each other and asked why. He then asked "Is it touchy-feely day or something?" Well today's St. David's day, my day, so maybe he had a point. Anyway, the guy whose near-naked photos I've seen happened to sit next to me. It was nice to be able to smell him. When we talked I had an excuse to move my eyes from his hairy arms to his face.

Anyway, I was feeling bored, so I reached over and softly grabbed his nipple through his thin shirt. This felt good to do, but it didn't compare to when he returned the favour. That got me reaallly elated, like a mini-orgasm. Another friend I've talked about, was sitting in front. He saw what happened and subtly asked why I hadn't gone for his dick. Sitting next to him was a homophobe who made a sound of disgust. I don't know if he's really as homophobic as he pretends to be, since he is somewhat sensitive.

We did this (the nipple-grabbing only) twice more later on. That really got me turned on, to the point where a part of me was uncomfortable. Without thinking, I "readjusted", but I guess I was partly hoping to lead him on. He didn't seem to notice though. And yes, as far as anyone is concerned, we're all straight. Much as I'd like to maybe go further with something (like putting my whole body on his, not just my hand), I don't know how. I'm not supposed to be messing around before I leave for uni and the last thing I need is to not just be outed as gay, but as oversexed as well.

II: Freudian slip

In English, which is right after physics, I volunteered to read the role in Brilliant Lies (by David Williamson) of a woman claiming to have been sexually harassed. One of the other guys in our class, who know's I'm gay, was just laughing out loud at everything I was saying. This got me to laugh a bit, because it did feel rather absurd. Then I was reading "I froze and when I turned around Gary's member was inches in front of my nose." I got to saying "Gary's member was" when I took a breath, and somehow it sounded like "six", after which I said "inches". Then I realised what I said and everyone burst out laughing for at least half a minute. I'm sure that it would be spread around the whole year as a piece of gossip. I don't mind really. It sounds like I'm becoming quite a legend.

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tarni's picture

Wow. Even though you're 'stra

Wow. Even though you're 'straight as far as anyone is concerned', your school sounds... hmm.. open? At least to a degree. Or it may just be that I don't know guys well and that's normal.. but I doubt it? Sorry, rambling.
Love the Freudian slip, classic.

And why is St. David's Day your day? Did you wear something red for it?

Tarni.

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Paladin's picture

I'm not sure exactly what it

I'm not sure exactly what it is that makes us so... like this. I have many theories. It might be that since we're an international school, we're relatively set apart from the community and many students come and go each year. As a result, we bond together more, maybe. Of course being international students means that we're exposed to more cultures than the average student might be, and so gay culture doesn't seem so evil.

Since most of us have western values but are surrounded by oppressive conservative Confucian/Islamic values so we tend to be more liberal. Celebrating new year's for 2005 was officially banned to honour victims of the tsunami, but that didn't stop us (and most people from outside school) from celebrating.

Also, we're older than most secondary school students, as most would be in university by our year. We're in our final year - Year 13 - to complete the IB.

And why is St. David's Day your day? Did you wear something red for it?

Only really because I hold the same name as St. David. Is red his colour?

Dave

suffragettecity's picture

lucky bastard...

... I wish it had been like that when I was in high school.

Honey, you seriously need to do something with this guy. Invite him to your place for a sleep-over and see what happens.

"Sometimes a little brain damage helps."
-- George Carlin

Paladin's picture

I don't know what to do about

I don't know what to do about him. I'm not too concerned about my promise not to mess around with guys right now, since I'm pretty lusty right now. I wouldn't be able to invite him over to my place since alarms would go off in my parents' heads. Since he has had a girlfriend in the past year, he's probably not gay, and even if he was, he certainly hasn't accepted it. I wouldn't know how to broach the topic anyway. I'll just try the same thing next time, and see how things go from there. Maybe after school's done I'll tell him and see if he's interested. We're all planning on going on a trip together before we leave.

Dave

suffragettecity's picture

Then I wish you luck :) An

Then I wish you luck :)

Anyway, I'm amazed by the amount of homoeroticism that seems to exist in your school (despite the sodomy laws).

"Sometimes a little brain damage helps."
-- George Carlin