Gay Sexual Satisfaction Similar To Straight

People ask if adult individuals report experiencing greater sexual satisfaction with members of the same sex or with the opposite sex. According to an article in Psychology Today online, https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/all-about-sex/200905/gays-vs-straights-any-differences-in-sexual-satisfaction, the surveys on sexual satisfaction report that the experience is somewhat the same, although gay/lesbian lovers seem to have less arguments over sex, as they understand the needs and feelings of their partner’s sexuality as it is much similar to their own.

Some of the results of the adult responses are predictable. Men in adult gay relationships are more focused on anal play; and women enjoy vaginal play. One surprising difference is that although men peak earlier sexually, they stay interested in experiencing a hot sex life longer, with partners gay or straight. Women tend to find lesbian relationships comforting, as females enjoy non-sexual touch and want foreplay before climax more than men. Both sexes; however, say they have the same orgasm satisfaction, whether they are in same sex or opposite sex partnerships, according to their sexual preferences.

An insightful article by Kathy Labriola, who is a counselor and nurse, http://www.cat-and-dragon.com/stef/Poly/Labriola/bisexual.html, reports that one forgotten group are bisexuals, adults who enjoy sexual satisfaction with their own as well as the opposite sex. Bisexuality is the most diverse form of sexual orientation as some bisexuals start out as straight and may even be in an adult straight relationship before experiencing a same sex encounter. Many women, particularly before the 21st century, have been married to closeted gay men and wondered why their sex life dwindled to non-existence after the initial rush of courtship. These men could not sustain a sexual relationship with a woman because they actually preferred men or had fantasized about being with a man while having sex with their wives.

Some bisexuals live a straight life for appearances but enjoy a same sex relationship for variety, emotional satisfaction and/or one-time experimentation. There are also closeted bisexuals who suffer silently with same sex attraction, keeping their secret from their spouses, family and friends for a lifetime. According to many sources, there is also a reverse trend of straight men and women pretending to be gay. This deception includes having the other person work hard to “convert” them.

However one looks at it, adult sexuality is complex, and sustained sexual satisfaction in a partnership seems to depend upon being with the right adult, of whichever orientation they choose.

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