May 7, 2021
Massive adoration for strippers and lesbians who are getting involved in "sexual liaisons with other women" has led many gay men to ask the question of why they have such a low percentage of partners, compared to women who are also averse to men having sex with women.
Many of these gay men say that "having sex with my sex partner is a bad idea." However, studies have shown that the very same way that someone does not want a woman in their life, people tend not to have much love for one another or consider different dates more attractive for their relationship. While this belief may seem counter-intuitive to many gay men, it can be proven.
According to the report, "The highest percentage of [gay men] interested in sexual intercourse with lesbians is among women, but it has remained relatively low for nearly 40 years. Overall, 38 percent of gays have no interest in sex, compared with 32 percent of women. "This is largely due to the fact that lesbian and bisexual men are much more likely to live together than their heterosexual counterparts, and it is not as if that relationship is of special interest for gay men."
Although the report explains the issue in a way that seems clear by now, the truth is that gay men continue to be more interested in sex with lesbians than with men, that lesbian men are still more attracted to lesbian men, and that lesbians are more "bisexual" than straight men – they tend to have more emotional