What Straight People Don’t Know About Gay Sex; Why Gay Twins Can’t Have Sex Or Marry; Forced Gay Anal Exams In Kenya

What Straight People Don’t Know About Gay Sex

The other day I got into a discussion with a woman from the UK who thought being gay was a choice, and that being gay was all about sex. She referred to being gay as if it were some kind of club that requires a membership card. And I realized that straight people know very little…if anything…about gay people in general, let alone gay sex.

Here’s a list of 5 things straight people don’t know about gay sex, and I thought this one was spot on.

 I’m sure that for many straight people the first thing that springs to mind when asked about gay sex is anal, and there is a misconception that every gay man takes part in and enjoys anal sex. But this is simply not the case.


Why Gay Twins Can’t Have Sex or Marry

There’s been a debate about this for a while, but I really don’t know enough about it to comment. 

Some argue that between consenting adults, of the same or a similar age, incest is a victimless crime. That is, of course, providing they don’t reproduce.
So, between twins of the same-sex, where there are no grey areas regarding consent or abuse, and there’s absolutely no chance that either will conceive, why not?
Here’s the rest. They bring out some very interesting points. 
Forced Gay Anal Exams In Kenya
From the global front, here’s something else that’s jaw dropping. I’m sure most people don’t even know things like this are happening. 
NAIROBI, Kenya — A Kenyan appeals court on Thursday ruled unlawful the use of forced anal exams to test whether two men had gay sex, which is criminalized in the East African nation.
Here’s more. You may or may not realize this, but as the article states this is a huge step forward for gay people in a country like this. Sadly, though, other indignities continue to happen. 

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