"It tickles...I don't like it."
"It kind of feels like a hairless cat."
The BRO Phenom, and the Demise of Sexual Labeling: An App That Connects Straight Men for Sex Is Challenging Simple Definitions
Most people outside of the sex-therapy community have never considered the existence of a multi-universe of sexual identities, but those of us immersed in this stickiest of human foibles have come to realize that there is much yet to discover.
"Don't be afraid of butt stuff. It's mind blowing if done right."
Straight women aren't getting chlamydia and gonorrhea out of nowhere.
Some men say that sexual activities and sexual identities don't have to align.
When one of my new straight-male friends asked if he could sit in on a QSA meeting, I immediately said yes and took him to a panel on LGBT dating, hoping to show him how cool the queer community is. The discussion was mostly civil, until my fledgling ally worked up the courage to ask one simple question.
A new reality show about straight men who have sex with other men for money, titled Broke Straight Boys, is coming to television later this year. Most people don't believe these men are straight at all but gay or bisexual. But the fact is that many men -- gay, straight and bisexual -- can be sexual with the same sex or the opposite sex if money is involved.
Straight men tell me I look good when I know I don't. And that, dudes, is friendship.
In any locker room, all men -- straight, bisexual and gay -- look at one another. They size each other up, comparing their bodies and penis sizes with those of other men. But we gay and bisexual men have years of practice and experience being appropriate and mindful.
William, a straight male cross-dresser, spoke at length about how his wife of four years feels when he dresses up as a woman
HuffPost Live tackled the ongoing debate over perceptions of straight men who have sex with other men in an Oct. 11 segment