Intercourse Therapist Says Straight Males Can Have Intercourse With Males With out It Being Homosexual
An American sex therapist explained how straight men can have sex with men without it being specifically gay.
Dr. Joe Kort shared the internet when he uploaded a new video to his TikTok account arguing that it was more of a “guy thing” than a gay experience.
According to News Corp, the guy has a PhD in clinical sexology, written several books on sexuality, and works as a psychotherapist and relationship coach. So he’s pretty familiar with the subject.
He believes it all comes down to context and what the two (or more) consenting adults expect from the situation.
“In general, men have more transactional sex with each other, and women generally don’t,” he said on his video. “Men have objectified sex that is all about the plot, it’s all about getting off.”
Opinions on the matter were divided, with some people agreeing with the idea that sexuality is fluid and others totally disapproving of the term.
One person wrote: “Some people surprise me. So do the double standards. Women ‘make out’ with other women and are still 100 percent straight.”
Another added: “I’m sorry, but I don’t think so.”
A third said: “This has always been the case. People have to research.”
Dr. Kort told his 300,000 followers that “behavior does not determine sexual orientation”.
Using his personal experience as an example, he revealed that if he never had sex again, he would still be a gay man. He also said that some straight men have sex with men because they are narcissistic and love the idea that another man wants to have sex with him.
“The straight man who has sex with another man is excited because the guy is into him, it’s all about him,” he said.
Dr. Kort also said this could happen because of voyeurism and these men enjoy the arousal from sexual acts even when there are no women around.
People in the comment section asked that “straight” men who have sex with other men could just be bisexual and Dr. Kort disagreed but said that this was a different scenario.
“Could some of these men be gay or bisexual? Absolutely, but that comes with time and that’s a trajectory that only they can contact to find out.”