Not exactly, anyway. The ubiquity of homosexual behavior alone makes it fascinating. Several years ago, a team of scientists led by Trevor Hart at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta studied a group of of gay male participants. That is to say, based on self-reports of their recent sexual histories, those who identify as tops are indeed more likely to act as the insertive partner, bottoms are more likely be the receptive partner, and versatiles occupy an intermediate status in sex behavior. For example, tops also tend to be the more frequent insertive partner during oral intercourse. In a issue of Sexual and Relationship Therapy , these scientists reported that tops were more likely to be the insertive partner in everything from sex-toy play to verbal abuse to urination play.
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Anal Sex and HIV Risk
Labels are important. They help us. They can protect us. One part of society where labels are changing is within sexuality and gender. Do you have to re-label yourself?
Anal sex is a very common practice among gay, bisexual, and queer men. Knowing the risks and how to enjoy safer anal sex is vital to a healthy sex life. The fact is: a lot goes on down there.