Although it is commonly believed that pain in anal sex is a normal and okay part of anal sex, this is not true. According to a study by The Journal of Sexual Medicine that surveyed 25, gay men in America about their last sexual encounters, only 36 percent said they had bottomed and 34 percent said they had topped. By Naveen Kumar. Miller argues that gay men should examine their relationship with power. Read More. You might like… Sex Toys
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Ready for the real thing: Increasingly, scientific research suggests there are multiple factors that might contribute to homosexual orientation—and they're very different from one person to the next. As Miller explains, there are outside forces that, dating back to the ancient Greeks, have prevented gay men from truly digging into what sexual behaviors we might actually enjoy.
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