Morgan and I are contemplating a threesome. So with his permission I put an advertisement on Craigslist a few weeks ago to test the waters.
If you live in the Washington, D.C. you may have seen our ad — “Chocolate Tops Seek Bottom.” Morgan was “light chocolate” and I was “dark chocolate.” Get it?
I expressly advertised for fit Black or Latino bottoms because frankly that is what turns us on. In fact, I believe I stated that twice in the advertisement.
Still my inbox ended up flooded with emails from hungry white bottoms and overweight Black guys. Do people even read ads before they respond?
“You are racist,” a white twink emailed when I told him he was not what we advertised for. I didn’t even argue — many white gays have an oversized sense of entitlement (Read my blog entry White Privilege).
“You are discriminatory,” one heavyweight black bottom wrote when I turned him down.
This bottom had sent a photo of his substantial hindparts. In fact he was bent over and had spread his ample, cottage-cheesy asschecks to reveal a puckered asshole that looked like it was slick with lube…or was that cum?
Why bottoms think photos like that are attractive I will never know. Photos like that make my dick shrivel up.
“We are not discriminating,” I wrote back. “Discrimination happens when I deny you a right or a job because I do not like your race, gender, sexuality or religion.”
“My partner and I have a preference for fit Latino or Black bottoms,” I said. “A preference is what turns you on. Different things turn different people on.”
“Why don’t you put an advertisement on Craigslist,” I continued. “There are plenty of tops who prefer heavy bottoms.”
He still didn’t give up.
“Well, y’all would enjoy my good ass,” he wrote back. “If you change your minds look me up.”
Q: Readers, was I right about preferences? Or should Morgan and I be more open to who we eventually threesome with?