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You put what where? Gays share the hilarious found objects that fostered their sexual experimentation

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Twitter X is showing their *ss… or rather, the things they’ve tried to stick up there.Before you clutch your pearls too tightly, don’t worry.

The steamy conversation stemmed from an innocuous place. More or less. It’s no secret that queer sex remains a taboo topic, especially in schools.

And for that reason, many LGBTQ+ people recall having to take their sexual education into their own hands –– and refrigerator produce drawers.In fact, that shared experience is what prompted Zach (@zz_vers) to share his favorite ice breaker: “finding out what random object my friends shoved up their *ss as an adolescent.” Oop!My favorite LGBTQ past time is finding out what random object my friends shoved up their ass as an adolescentOK, the verbiage is a bit crass on the surface.

However, sexual experimentation is an oft-ignored, but completely natural part of adolescence. And the flood of gay users who began sharing their own ridiculous experiences with found objects –– from plungers, to their sister’s Barbies –– is proof that we’ve all been there.

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