2.) San Fran is oh so gay and today, throngs of homos, bi’s, trannies and the hags who love them marched on Washington to get themselves some frikken equal rights already. However, gay men and men who have sex with men have some specific health concerns.(Of course, lesbians don't have penis intercourse, but they can enjoy insertive vaginal play using fingers and dildos.) * Satisfaction with sexual activities. The only difference was that women, both lesbian and straight, felt somewhat more satisfied with non-genital caresesses than men, both gay and straight, presumably because compared with women, men tend to be more genital-focused. Of course, this study has limitations--modest numbers and a sample that's not truly representative.
Gay men might also be more likely to view their bodies as sexual objects, which can lead to dissatisfaction and poor body image.
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They surveyed 423 people in couples, ages 18 to 58, 322 women, 101 men, 253 in mixed-sex and 170 in same-sex relationships.
This survey has strengths: Participants were recruited from the Internet and were geographically diverse, from across North America.
The phrase, "battle of the sexes," implies a yawning chasm between men and women that includes their sexual sensibilities.
The corollary implication is that lesbian/gay couples have less of a "battle." Because they are members of the same gender, they are more likely to appreciate lovers' feelings, including feelings about sex. Are same-sex couples sexually more compatible than heterosexual couples?People in lesbian, gay male, and mixed-gender couples have their differences. But bottom line: Contrary to the conventional wisdom, in terms of sexual desire, communication, and satisfaction, people in homo- and heterosexual couples are much more similar than different. It's amazing how little research has focused on this--just two studies (19, and they provide only a cursory look at comparative gay/straight sexual satisfaction).Fortunately, Canadian psychologists just published a more comprehensive study (, 2009, ).I'm gay and i'lll "NEVER" get married YOU HEAR ME (NEVER)..