Why do you feel you have to explain it?
Not every sexual urge or erection is readily explainable. Sometimes it just happens. If you're worried about your sexual orientation, you should stop. I think it is more important to know who you are and what arouses you than to label yourself for the benefit of others.
Sexuality often isn't either/or. Don't assume your personal experience is universal.
You are correct. There is only one male sexuality: masculine. All the pronouns and labels help others define men, but we continue to adapt to our environment and evolve despite that.
YEA I LIKE LOOKING AT A HARD ON A MAN I WAS WALKING DOWN THE BEACH IN NAVARRA FL NUDE AND MET A COUPLE COMMING TOWARD ME THAT WERE NUDE SHE WAS HOT AND HE GOT HARD AND SO DID I.I WAS THINKING ABOUT WHAT IT WOULD BE LIKE TO GO DOWN ON BOTH OF THEM BUT I STILL WONDER HOW HIS HARD WOULD FEEL LIKE IN MY MOUTH.
I guess now he is Bi-curious. I actually think a lot of men are bi-curious, I think they would like to look and perhaps touch another mans penis, and have someone else touch his to be able to know what it feels like. Most won't because they think themselves gay.
Sexual identity and what we do sexually are not necessarily the same. Also, males are more visual and are often aroused by what they see. For example, straight porn which is generally not made for women. It's made for straight men, however, it's full of erect penises and cum shots. Do straight men just avoid looking at that and just at the women? If so why not just watch porn with women only? Men need to relax and know who they are and not be so afraid of being labelled weak because they like seeing an erect penis. Erections are a beautiful thing and a very important part of being male.
I do wonder about the term "bi curious". Is it a straight guy who wants to know about being bidexual or gay or a guy with the beginnings of being bisexual and wanting to know and experience more of a gay life. I think we men, as we get older, look for more varied and adventurous sex and move along the scale of Hetero to Homo towards the latter. If a nude man walks towards me with an erect cock my thoughts would turn to to what it would be like to have sex with him and so I would have an erection too.
My definition of Bi Curious is a straight man who wants sex with another man, and who has not tried it yet or has had sex with another man but does not want to admit it
I consider my self a straight male, with a wonderful nudist partner. I find myself becoming aroused when I see another male erect. We were walking on the beach when a guy walking towards us started to get erect. by the time he reached us he w as fully erect. I became erect looking at him. He stopped for a quick chat, we where admiring each other and exchanging pleasantries then we both went on our way. My partner asked me about it, but I couldn't explain it.
I would answer her by saying "Men get erections when blood flows into their penises, sometimes as a reaction to sexual stimulus and sometimes not. If you encounter a man with an erection but you're not interested in exploring the subject with him, just ignore it."
I would say the same thing to a guy.
As for this gay/straight thing, let me reiterate that it's not a strict duality, but more of a sliding scale. You've got "totally straight" on one end of it and "totally gay" on the other end, but almost everybody I've met is somewhere in between. (And, if we're graphing it by intensity, there would be some people who would show up as a "zero" across the board, with no sexual attraction to anybody.) It's all good, as long as nobody is pressuring or forcing anybody else to do what they don't want to do.
The only difference between a nudist environment and a textile environment is that we men can display our arousals more openly. Ideally, if a man came up to me and asked me if I wanted to touch him, and I said "No thanks, I'm not interested that way," then it would be the end of it. I wouldn't think less of him, or he of me. In fact, I would appreciate his honesty. It wouldn't have happened in a textile environment because our genitals would be concealed, so the approach would have to be more hit-or-miss. But I've been hit on by gays in a textile environment, and I've responded as I did above. I've been hit on by straight women, too. Same reaction, except for the few I developed a true sexual relationship with. (BTW, only one of them was one that I was in a nudist situation with.)
And I might add that even though I'm straight, if I was in a situation where I found myself turned on by a guy in either a nude or textile situation, I don't think I'd be horrified at my reaction. Part of me being a nudist is being true to myself.
Don't comment unless you have something nice or decent to say ! What this gentleman experienced is perfectly normal, it does happen on occasion, and it means nothing more than it should do !! Don't read more into it that you think you need to. A visual stimulus, even of another guy becoming erect, does not mean it's a prelude to anything sexual.