This chapter is a development of the idea of ‘sexploration’, or the dynamics of meaning-making behind sexual practices, activities and liaisons of gay and bisexual men. The point of interest here is how genitals and other body parts convey various emotions and intentions. The author argues that sexual activities between men centre on three major points of significance. First, sexual practices allow men to participate in physical and/or emotional pleasure, which comprises layers of the visceral and the emotional according to intents and circumstances. Second, sexual activities are ways to demonstrate validation and respect for the self and the sexual other. Third, men engage in sexual practices with each other as a method of establishing communication and connection, which or may not involve the genitals. This chapter also highlights a sexual theology of loving God, or the notion of loving God from the standpoint of a sexual subject, namely a bisexual man.