Are you a top, bottom or versatile? According to a scientific study, the answer may be in part to due to how you perceive the size of your penis and associated anxiety. In a paper appearing in the Achieves of Sexual Behavior, Researchers from the University of Toronto Mississauga have conducted a study to assess a biological link to sexual roles within gay men. Categories included bottom, or receptive, top, or penetrative, and versatile, or both receptive and penetrative depending on circumstance. More: Does your nose give you away as gay? Simply put, the findings suggest family background, combined with self-perceptions of penis size, which factor into sexual behavior, may impact how a gay man sexually identifies.
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John Hollywood writes about pop culture with a psychological twist; his articles are practical in nature with a "how-to" approach. Gay dating has always been sort of tricky. Second, there is the entire matter of compatibility in the bedroom. Here we are talking about who prefers to do what and if that person is any good at it. Third, both guys need to figure out if the interest level goes beyond a mere hookup.
This is clearly not the case, especially for those people who consider themselves versatile HIYA. But it ought not to be impossible to sexually switch things up. Sure, people have a preference, but now could be the perfect time to escape the top or bottom prison you live in. It could open up a world of possibilities.
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