Just Because We’re Both Tops Doesn’t Mean We Can’t Hookup!

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Two tops can enjoy one another just fine

Have you ever met a hot guy on an app you wanted to get with? Was there mutual interest, causing you both to get super excited? Did things start to fizzle quickly when you realized that just like you – ruh roh – he’s also a top?

If this sounds familiar, you aren’t alone. For some strange reason, a lot of gay men who identify as tops (or mostly top) think there’s no point in meeting other “pitchers”.

That’s a crying shame because there’s lots of other hot things to do that don’t involve penetration. Silly as it may seem, not every sexual experience has to end up with someone riding the pony to stardom – if you know what I mean.

Related: 5 reasons why trying to make a top bottom is a bad idea

Here is the truth – some of the hottest experiences I’ve ever had were with men just like me who prefer sleeping on the top bunk. Trust me, sword fighting has its benefits.

Just look at all of the other things two tops can do:

  • Body exploration
  • Kissing
  • Stroking
  • Oral
  • Holding
  • Massaging

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And what applies to tops also applies to the bottoms. In other words, two bottoms can hookup too and still have a really good time.

The only thing that can ruin the experience, regardless of position, is if there is an expectation of insertion. If one or both people are absolutely looking for that kind of activity, then yes – it probably won’t be a good match.

But ask yourself this: When you go looking for “fun” on the apps, is it always a must that you top or bottom? If your answer to this question is yes, imagine what other opportunities you might be missing out on?

Anyway, I just wanted to put it out there. Just because two guys are tops doesn’t mean they can’t have loads of fun.

Question: As a top or bottom, have you ever hooked up with a guy who played the same position? Did you have fun?


2 Comments

  1. Idunno, that’s fine and good for a hook-up, but when I sleep with someone, I’m kind of hoping it might become something more, and I’d like to be sexual compatible with someone that will be my significant other.

  2. I think we miss out on a lot when we insist on labels and roles. Like is more exciting when sexual roles are more fluid, even if only occasionally.

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