Gay sex in Bali

 

In the hindu and animist tradition, the balinese were used to have their baths together or to be naked or little dressed in public baths, sacred rivers and springs. A form of bisexuality was quite natural and present in society. That is still present and we are seduced by the natural aspect and beauty of these devotions from the balinese dressed in simple sarongs. With the anti-pornographic laws applied since 2008 in Indonesia, therefore in Bali too, the perception of nudity has changed. To be naked on the beach has become an uneasy combat, even risky. However, Bali remains a haven of tolerance for gays compared to the rest of Indonesia, although the latter is more gay-tolerant than other muslim countries. No law prohibits to homosexuality and the sexual adulthood is 18 years.

 

While homosexuality is tolerated and is part of a certain tradition of Balinese tolerance (the Tri Hita Karana philosophy),  gay couples have difficulty in being accepted in families. Indeed, in the hindu tradition, the children’s marriage is part of parents’ responsibility. Many therefore choose live their homosexuality hidden or live it elsewhere. More than the "coming out", the "coming home" or return to one’s home, is the strong message that try Bali Pride conveys.

 

While there is family pressure for a Balinese (but isn’t there some kind of pressure in all all countries), the gay tourist is welcome and will enjoy all possibilities of encounters. Places are concentrated in the southern part of the island with the gay beaches and the bars of Gay Street. Balinese guys are generally not party animals going out every night to bars and you are likely to be disappointed if you are looking for a boyfriend over the week. That takes much more time.

 

They are however very sensual and not at all shy regarding physical contact. Actually while the hinduist tradition entails a lot of sweetness,  on the sex side, for some, Tantric tradition and culture are honoured. In Kama Sutra, sex takes on an large size : it is not a about pleasure, but to connect to the gods and the universe. You will really reach the 7th heaven!
 

 

For gay sex in Bali, several options are possible or are complementary.
 

Social networks

With your Grinder or connected to GayRomeo, socialising will be easy. There are many moneyboys from the island or the rest of Indonesia to make a little money. They do not necessarily indicate what they have in mind, but they are easily recognizable by their approach because they quickly give a phone number or a whatsapp. Whether you hosting or going to his home, as usual, you must be careful with your valuable item to avoid the swindlers. For others, it is up to you.


Gay beaches

Detailed in the "what to see / do" section, they are of course cruising spots and get lively  an hotter at night. There is the Batu Belig beach at the end of Jalan Batug Belig with some gay flags, the Putra beach on Jalan Double 6 in Legian and Seminyak beach at the end of Gay Street. Many boys looking for encounters, and also ladyboys cruising on the Seminyak beach mainly.

 

Massages

Although the majority of massages are done without a happy end, some lounges clearly indicate the intention with sensual or Tantric massages. There is for example Banana Spa Bali (20 Jln Drupadi) not far from Gay Street, Coconut Grande Spa (Jln Plawa 37) or Minahasa Health and Beauty Spa (Jln Gunung Tangkuban Perahu 156A) close Depo Bangunan. Masseurs are often stocky, sexy and very sweet… Lastly, in establishments for men only, the masseurs quickly identify those in search of sensual massage and manage your erection conscientiously to boost the tip that they will receive at the end of the massage. Tip can easily amount to the price paid for the massage.

 

Gay Street bars

Cruising is everywhere and you will easily get solicited there. As everywhere in the world, the more sexy you are, the more you will attract people... otherwise, money boys will always manage to comfort you sweetly.

 

 

Lastly, let us remind that AIDS is still very present in Bali even if prevention efforts yield good results. Gaya Dewata fights for the LGBT community and with programs for the prevention of HIV. The best way to protect yourself is the use of condoms.

 

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