Gay sex

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Gay sex is man-love or woman-love, which can manifest itself as intimate contact between the genitalia of members of the same sex. Social conservatives and those who take their religious dogma too seriously don't particularly like it. No one is quite sure why they're so opposed to it, but "it's icky" is the most likely candidate.


Using the definition of "sex" as being the act of inserting a penis into a vagina for reproduction purposes, gay sex can be considered physically impossible and non-existent. Thus, the conservative fears are in fact misplaced since homosexuals never did and never could engage in such a thing. Furthermore, this makes homosexuals some of the most aggressive abstinence followers in existence.

How to do it right[edit]

While most safer sex recommendations for heterosexuals also apply for their homosexual counterparts, sex education experts also emphasize the following points for men who have sex with men and women who have sex with women to avoid sexually transmitted infections (STIs):

  • Avoid direct contact with a partner’s bodily fluids (blood, semen) or with any visible genital lesions.
  • Cover sex toys that penetrate more than one person's vagina or anus with a new condom for each person; consider using different toys for each person.
  • Use a barrier (e.g., latex sheet, dental dam, cut-open condom, plastic wrap) during oral sex.
  • Use latex or vinyl gloves and lubricant for any manual sex that might cause bleeding.[1][2]
  • Yell at your partner's genitals.[citation NOT needed]

On the other hand researchers have discovered those who engage in unprotected sex absorb the anti depressants found in their partners sex fluids, and are less depressed.[3]

Pregnancy risks[edit]

None.[notes 1]

Conservatives and evangelicals[edit]

Conservatives and evangelicals usually think that gay sex is evil, sick and degenerate. Then again, conservatives and evangelicals think that a wide range of sexual stuff is evil, sick and degenerate, for example Ray Comfort openly said a man should avoid looking with lust at his own woman (his wife), see Exhibitionism and voyeurism in Christianity and Footnote.

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  1. Mravack, Sally A. (July 2006)."Primary Care for Lesbians and Bisexual Women", American Family Physician 74 (2) p. 279–286.
  2. Men Like Us: The GMHC Complete Guide to Gay Men's Sexual, Physical, and Emotional Well-being; Wolfe, Daniel; Gay Men's Health Crisis, Inc; Published by Ballantine Books, 2000; ISBN 0-345-41496-9, 9780345414960.