Best articles about Homosexuality.


In 1996, psychologist Henry Adams from the University of Georgia, invetigated relation between homosexuality and homophobia. He investigated erotic arosual in a group of straight men who never had negative feelings towards homosexuals and in a group of homophobic streight men. Adams shown in both groups sexually explicit videos of heterosexuals, lesbain and gay men. In the same time penile arousal of viewers was measured by a special tool-plethysmograph. Result reveild and "ugly truth": men from both gorups were sexually aroused watching movies of straight couples and lesbians, however only the homophobic men became aroused watching male homosexual videos.

Conclusions: next time think twice before you say you "hate" gays Wink   


If you want to know more on this subject check: O. S. Johnson, The Sexual Spectrum: Why We're All Different, Vancouver Raincoast Books, 2004.



Did you know that entire part on lesbian eroticism was actually removed from the original Kama Sutra

There are many contoversies around lesbian sex. It is more widely accepted by many societies than sex between homosexual men, but still treated as something "tempting but somehow wrong" as well as "unnatural". As autor of The Whole Lesbian Sex Book: A Passionate Guide for All of Us, Felice Newman wrote: "sex between women has been envied, outlawed, hidden, packaged, glamorized, erased, pathologized, and obsessed over ever since woman discovered the clitoris. Yet women continue to desire each other." We could not agree more. Now it's time to check some facts.



Spartans assumed that love and erotic relationships between experienced and new soldiers would solidify combat loyalty and unit cohesion, and encourage heroic tactics as men tried to impress their lovers. Once the younger soldiers reached maturity, the relationship was supposed to become non-sexual, but it is not clear how strictly this was followed. 

Ancient Greeks did not associate sexual relations with binary labels, as modern Western society does. Men who had male lovers were not identified as homosexual, and may have had wives or other female lovers. Ancient Greek religious texts, reflecting cultural practices, incorporated bisexual themes. The subtexts varied, from the mystical to the didactic.

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