People sometimes wonder if gay sexuality is different than straight sexuality, but this question is usually asked by someone who confuses the terms “sexuality” and “sexual orientation.”
A person’s sexual orientation refers to who they are sexually and romantically attracted to.
A person’s sexuality refers to their sexual character, their biological, psychological and cultural experiences of sex.
And while a gay person might have different sexual experiences than a straight person, there is no one “gay sexuality.”
GAY is not a sexual orientation or a sexual act. It is a way of life just as straight is. e.g. Senator Craig is not gay but a man who lives a straight life but prefers to have sex with men.
A heterosexual person whom life centers around gay people would therefore be considered gay but prefers to have sex with the opposite gender.
Gay was a term used in the 50’s, 40’s and past by homosexuals to refer to someone who was like them in their sexual orientation. The use of women names also derived from this. It made it easier to talk about each other in a straight environment.
Therefore there are many homosexuals who live a straight life but have sex with the same gender.
Human male sexuality encompasses a broad range of issues, behavior and processes, including male sexual desires and sexual behavior, the physiological, psychological, social, cultural, political, and spiritual or religious aspects of sex. Various aspects and dimensions of male sexuality, as a part of human sexuality, have also been addressed by principles of ethics, morality, and theology. In almost any historical era and culture, the arts, including literary and visual arts, as well as popular culture, present a substantial portion of a given society’s views on human sexuality, which also include implicitly or explicitly male sexuality. In most societies and legal jurisdictions, there are legal bounds on what sexual behavior is permitted. Sexuality varies across the cultures and regions of the world, and has continually changed throughout history, and this applies equally to male sexuality.