As I read posts here and on another site I visit, something interesting comes to mind. Women often talk about how the looks or size of a penis, or whether or not it's circumsized have little or nothing to do with whether they want to have it inside them. There are comments like "it's what's attached to it that's important" or "I don't care about the cock head, I care about the man's head." Here's my take. I agree with those comments completely. I believe too that we fall in love with, or at least are attracted to, something other than the organ in question. When we fall in love with a person, what difference does it make what sex that person is, or how can we not fall in love with him or her because of what they have between their legs? When I consider having sex with someone, I don't care about the appendage or lack of. I've had sex with a few women and have an ongoing sexual relationship with another for over twenty years. I also have had sex with many men and currently have a boyfriend (here I am using that word which makes me sound like a teenager again) and never have I fallen in love or become attracted to them according to what they intend to stick in me or touch me with. I have sex because I love them or find them sexually attractive. So why all the fuss and uptightness with whether we have sex with someone of the same or opposite sex? After all, we have sex, or make love, with the person, not the object. I personally don't care what that object may be. A cock, finger, tongue, lips-upper or lower, or vibrator can all take me to an orgasm. Someone I love can take me to heaven, time after time, no matter what's between their legs. I'm not saying everyone should feel the same as me, or can, or want to for that matter. All I'm advocating is putting less emphasis on whatever sex our chosen partner may be.