Russians Think Gay Sex Is Reprehensible; Reinventing Gay Porn and Erotic Gay Romance; Straight Men Meeting Up For Bud Sex

Russians Think Gay Sex Is Reprehensible

I think articles like this are almost always slanted. I don’t trust polls here in the US anymore, so I’m clearly not going to trust polls in Russia. In other words, this could be fact or fiction.

In any event, here’s what one poll in Russia recently came up with.

More than 80 percent of Russians consider gay sex “reprehensible,” showing a massive spike in LGBT intolerance over the past two decades, according to a new poll.

You can check this out here. 

Reinventing Gay Porn and Erotic Gay Romance Isn’t Something New

I found this article less than surprising, because even though they don’t mention erotic gay romance books and stories, it’s basically what they are talking about. Whenever I write a sex scene, whether it’s explicit or very G rated, into a romance I’m trying to do exactly what this article states. In fact, to anyone who has been reading or writing m/m romance for the past 15 years this isn’t something new. 

I love porn, but what if there was more? What if gay erotica could also demonstrate real sexual ecstasy or encourage your own journey of sexual exploration and discovery? Is it possible to make erotic content that isn’t just hot, but that also enhances your experience of sex and sexuality?

Well of course it’s possible. We’ve been doing this for many years now. This is the reason why I have two versions of Chase of a Dream released. One version with sex scenes, and one without sex scenes.

You can read more about this, here. 

Straight Identifying Men Meeting Up for Bud Sex

This is interesting. It’s called “bud sex.” Keep in mind this has nothing to do with being gay or gay culture. Gay culture isn’t just about sex. People can’t seem to get that right, but it’s important to mention.

Two-and-a-half percent of American men ages 15-44 who identify as straight have had same-sex relations. That’s according to a December study published in the journal Sociological Perspectives by Tony Silva and Rachel Bridges Whaley, which examined “the relationship between straight identification and nonsexual social factors among men who are attracted to men.”

Here’s the rest. A lot of these guys are married to woman, and they seek out other guys who are married to women. It goes into a lot more detail.

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