I think there are actually a lot of social expectations in play here, for various combos of genders and sexual orientations, in terms of how we would expect people to respond, as well as how we would think it *proper *to respond. Also consider the person initiating the encounter. After searching my own ugly subconscious, here are some of my personal prejudices, presented entirely subjectively:
[SPOILER]If it’s a man who suggests the trip to the room, he is a perv (and so should be avoided).
If a woman suggests it, she’s a slut (but it’s OK to fuck her, of course).
As for the response, a man would (or at least should, if he’s a real man) of course go for it.
A woman would (or at least should, if she’s a proper lady) run away from the perv (unless the perv is me, in which case she should, and I expect will, act like a slut and give it up - otherwise she’s a prude and an icicle as well as most likely gay).
The above goes for heterosexual encounters. For same-sex relations, my expectations are a bit different. Two gay men? I would think it OK to ask, as well as OK and expected to go for it - slutty and/or pervy behavior is only par for the course from gay guys. Two gay women? It’s OK to ask, and OK to go for it, and the video is, I assume, available for download later, all in soft focus and slow motion, with a jazz soundtrack, for us men to enjoy (what, are you saying that isn’t the purpose of female homosexuality?).[/SPOILER]
So, huh, thanks, I guess. An opportunity for some interesting introspection, there.