Tuesday, October 26, 2010

American Sex Survey proves that people can be heteroflexible

A recent American Sex Survey funded by the maker of Trojan condoms helps explain that more men have had sexual contact with other men and legitimizes my clinical findings The survey was of 5,865 people ranging in age from 14 to 94.

Also, researchers discovered quite a few middle-aged American men are on the down low: While just 7% of adult woman and 8% of adult men identified themselves as gay, lesbian or bisexual, some 15% of men aged 50 to 59 said they had received oral sex from another man.

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/lifestyle/health/2010/10/04/2010-10-04_sex.html#ixzz13WVPgyJx

Here is a clip of a local news station in Detroit, MI in which I was interviewed about the survey


Anonymous said...

Heteroflexible is just another term for being bisexual. These men are not Heterosexual or "straight" at all if they have sex with men even if they claim that they somehow are.

Dr. Joe Kort said...

Why do you think that is true? That would mean that all gay men who have sex with women and heterosexually marry are really bisexual. This is not what I see in my office or hear from emails of these men. They are gay.

Why does gay sex have to mean you are gay or bisexual? Why can't men enjoy sex acts without it identifying them as one way or the other or both?

Anonymous said...

Because if these men were actually really straight or hetero they would not be going out and having sex with men or at least sexually attracted to men at all.

No it does not mean that all gay men or lesbians that have sex with the opposite gender or even marry the opposite gender are somehow bisexual.

Unless a guy is in prison or has non-consensual sex with another man, and if he's going out and having sex with men then by definition of what it means to be Heterosexual and straight, he's not straight or hetero at all.

If you want to "blame" someone for setting up sexual orientation labels blame Freud and Dr. Kinsey however they both did more for bisexual men and women and even gay men than you are.

Men who like to claim that they are "heteroflexible" or "mostly straight" are nothing but closeted bisexuals. It goes the same way for people who are really bisexual but want to claim that they're "homoflexible" or "mostly gay/lesbian".

Even the ultra PC term "men who have sex with men" de-queers men.

You really do need to study human sexuality better and understand that what you are doing is not helping men who are gay or bisexual and who want to stay closeted with the terms "mostly straight" and "heteroflexible".

Dr. Joe Kort said...

The correct term to be used in all of this is cathexis which dictates a person's eroticism, sexual dedsire and romantic interest. Sexuality is much more complicated than a simple homosexual, heterosexual and bisexual. Kinsey actually talked about that in his survey and show us this.

Younger gays and lesbians are "homoflexible" and this does not make them straight nor bisexual. They are truly teaching us quite a bit.

Straight men and women have sex with the same gender for all kinds of reasons and I can assure you from my clinical practice the research such as the one in this blog support this.

Thanks for adding to this blog.