Subscriber Account active since. I recently came into the bedroom to find my husband of 25 years asleep with his iPad on his lap. When I got a closer look, I was shocked to see he had been viewing gay male porn. When I woke him up and asked him about it, he admitted to looking at all types of porn, including threesomes and videos from gay men-specific sites. I've also come across targeted ads on our home computer, so I have reason to believe he's watched it there too.
The Percentage of Straight Men Who Watch Gay Porn May Surprise You
The Percentage of Straight Men Who Watch Gay Porn
Mainstream porn films traditionally feature at least one scene of two ladies getting it on. It is not difficult to understand why so many heterosexual men enjoy lesbian lovemaking. Scenes that are female-only remove any possibility that the viewer could get turned on by another man. Yet there is evidence that ladies are looking at erotica created for gay guys in unexpected numbers. That evidence is not just anecdotal but solidly statistical. Neville, a lecturer at the University of Leicester, based her book Girls Who Like Boys Who Like Boys on the research she was motivated to conduct after that Pornhub finding in She surveyed women of varied sexual orientations, including heterosexual, lesbian, bisexual, and pansexual women.
I caught my husband watching gay porn and he admitted he's seen it before. Does that mean he's gay?
In it, Neville, a lecturer at the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom, investigates what women enjoy about consuming gay male erotica and how it fits in with their perceptions of gender and sexuality. Neville interviewed and surveyed more than women over five years for the project. It was interesting to find that half the sample had done that. Anjelika, 38, who declined to share her last name because she did not want to publicly reveal her porn-viewing habits, is a startup founder in San Francisco who identifies as bisexual. Anjelika also said some of the videos that pop up in the straight section of porn sites rub her the wrong way.
Data showed that there was no main effect for the frequency of SEM watched in association on either the number of CAS acts with casual partners or the probability of engaging in CAS during a casual sex event. However, there was an interaction between amount of SEM consumed and percentage of bareback SEM consumed on both outcomes, such that men who reported both a high frequency of SEM consumption and a high percentage of their SEM being bareback reported the highest levels of risk behavior. These findings highlight the role that barebacking depicted in SEM may play in the normalization of sexual risk behaviors for GBM.