O n any given night in any given bar, at least one thing is certain: Drunk people will be horny. Recently, scientists conducted a small study that suggested that heterosexual people became more curious about gay sex as they got drunker. To study this, the researchers went straight to the action, heading to a bar-filled neighborhood in an unnamed midwestern American town to recruit drinkers stumbling around outside between 10 p. Then, each recruit watched videos of attractive people hanging out alone at the bar, chatting with the bartender.
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Straight Men Who Have Sex with Other Men (SMSM)
The dilemma I am a year-old woman, married for three years, with three children under the age of four. Six weeks ago I discovered that my husband has been chatting to men online via Gaydar and other similar sites, and emailing one man in particular. When I confronted him he confessed he visited a gay sauna on four occasions while I was pregnant and started emailing a man he met there. He said he has been addicted to pornography for over a decade long before we met and this had been making him have urges he had difficultly controlling.
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In the last few years, gay rights have skyrocketed from a hush-hush subject to an everyday topic. Porn isn't a gay thing; it's a man thing. His new obsession with the red screen can be rooted in many things and is not a clear sign that he's struggling with his sexuality.
Many men who have sex with men MSM get referred to me by their straight therapists. Holding my books and other coming-out literature in their hands, they explain that their therapists have tried to help them come out. But since they say they are not gay, their therapist has sent them to me to assess their true orientation. I have seen hundreds of heterosexual men come to my office with same-sex behaviors worried that they might be gay.