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Here is a great article written by Ritch Savin-Williams and Kenneth Cohen discussing their research about why straight men would be interested in sex with other men.
National surveys in the U.S. and Canada show that 3 to 4 percent of male teenagers, when given the choice to select a term that best describes their sexual feelings, desires, and behaviors, opt not for heterosexual, bisexual, or gay, but for “mostly” or “predominantly” heterosexual.An even higher percentage of post-high-school young-adult men in the U.S. and in a handful of other countries (including New Zealand and Norway) make the same choice. There are now more young men who feel they are “mostly straight” than who say they are bisexual or gay.To the uninitiated, “mostly straight” is a paradox. These young men fracture the heterosexual agenda—or do we call it a lifestyle? If a guy is not exclusively into girls, he can’t be totally straight. Aren’t you supposed to pick a side?If a guy is not straight, not bisexual, and not gay—and yet still falls in love and gets an erection—what the hell is he?Read more at http://goodmenproject.com/featured-content/mostly-straight/#UZhJcb6m7xkZbJVk.99