February 1, 2024

When You're Gay and You Wipe

When You're Gay and You Wipe

It's no secret that gay men value good hygiene, especially when it comes to anal hygiene. Wet wipes, a type of pre-moistened paper or fabric folded into packaging like tissues and often scented or infused with aloe vera or vitamins, are the champagne of toilet paper for many bottoms who consider them a necessary part of maintaining their smooth derriere.

However, some guys are so committed to their ultra-masculine heterosexuality that they refuse to wipe their own ass, even when they're going down. Apparently, they're afraid that wiping their a--hole makes them gay. Or perhaps they don't want their partners to see their skid marks.

Whatever the reason, refusing to clean your butthole is not only gross, it's also unmanly and unnecessary. Sex is a team effort, and the bottom has a responsibility to be clean and presentable for intercourse. It's not about being gay, it's about being a gentleman and respecting your partner.

If you're a guy who doesn't wipe, or you know someone who does, please share this article with them so they can get the facts about why wiping is not only not gay, it's not even unmanly. And if you don't have your own stash of wet wipes, it's time to start carrying one around with you. After all, cleanliness is next to godliness. And nothing says godliness more than a well-wiped anus.


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