Some people ask this because anal sex is associated with gay men and when you defecate in comes out of the anus. This is the male equivalent of the question women get, "Do tampons fulfill you sexually?" or other variants. Defecation is rarely considered a sexual act, for most people it is just something that comes with being alive and unless they have some gastro-intestinal issue it is not very memorable. For a few people defecation and its related waste products are very sexual and some of them may orgasm when they defecate. But, that is more about personal fetish than gender or sexual orientation. And for the record, no tampons are not like little absorbant dildoes. They are a small hassle, but many women prefer them for the convience, comfort and cleanliness they provide. Sexual orientation has little to do with it. A male of ANY age may get an erection when having a bowel movement. Usually, it happens when the BM is large and firm. It passes by the prostate gland, which is an area of arousal. Many boys and men even get a slight erection when a doctor performs a rectal exam (they insert their finger and feel for abnormalities.) Poor kids are mortified, especially if their doctor is female. ANY stimulation to the rectum can cause erection, it has nothing to do with who or where. Things "pop up" at the most inopportune times. Such is life!!!
Yes, men are aroused by kisses and just about everything else unfortunately!
He has a fetish.
Men who are sexually aroused by other men are gay. If you are just entering puberty, however, you may be "going through a phase" and sexual attraction to women will emerge in a year or so. Being gay does not mean you cannot have loving relationships with women, but it does mean that those relationships will not be sexually fulfilling. It is very important that you educate yourself about human sexuality. You will find that you have a fulfilling and meaningful future.
Looking. Men get more aroused looking. Woman, touching. P.S. Most men are very easily aroused.
Absolutely not. You are only gay if you are sexually attracted to members of the same gender.
Gay men are already men. They don't become men.
A homosexual is a person whose sexual fantasies and experiences are exclusively or almost exclusively with others of the same sex. If looking "at other men sexually" means you are aroused by them, and if you don't have similar feelings about women, you are probably gay.
Some do, some don't. It depends on how easily aroused they are.
You are more attracted to the same sex and get aroused by them.
Gay men are already men.
When they get sexually aroused or just by a breeze.
Women defecate the same way as men. Just because their urinary systems and reproductive systems are different, that doesn't mean their digestive systems are different as well. Both men and women sit on the toilet to defecate, and it is a matter of constricting and relaxing the muscles of the rectum.
Because that is the definition of "gay men".
If you are aroused you could be or bi.
Sexual arousal in men varies from person to person, and is generally unrelated to sexual orientation. Therefore, gay man typically experiences arousal the same way a straight man does. There is a hypothesis that gay men and other men differ in what scents and pheromones arouse them. There are two types of scent receptors in the sinus cavities. There are the ones connected to the sensory areas of the brain, and there are the ones connected to the areas of the brain related to sexuality and "gut reactions." This works the same in all humans, just that some are wired to be aroused by a man's scent and some by a woman's scent.
No. Straight men do not want to be gay at all, and gay men are already gay, so there is nothing to fantasize about.
Lack of feelings of arousal don't mean you are gay. They could be brought on by many things, mainly stress. If you find yourself sexually attracted to other men, they you are gay. But if not, the best thing to do is to see your doctor.
When women are gay, they are interested in other women. When men are gay, they are intersted in other men
No. gay men cannot become straight, just as straight men cannot become gay. Gay men can choose to be celibate. They can even convince themselves that they aren't gay and get married, but they are still gay.
gay men are already men.
Yes, particularly gay men. Gay women only like men as friends.
because men are very sexually aroused by pretty women.
Gay men usually chase other men.
it is some one that is sexually aroused by the same gender
Only straight men hate being called gay. Most gay men prefer the term "gay."