This is a myth. The gay relationship has been attacked for years, but gay people actually have the same relationship statistics as straight people.
Monogamous gay men only have 1. Otherwise, the number varies by person.
Many same-sex couples want to have the benefits and protections associated with legal marriage. Many gay men do not want to marry.
Men do not turn gay in prison. Nobody can turn gay. It's simply not possible to change sexual orientation. Sexual orientation is fixed at an early age, possibly at birth. Men have sex with other men in prisons because there are no opposite-sex partners for them.
I don't and you probably would not be able to tell I'm gay from meeting me on the street. Mind you, I bought a t-shirt a while back that says "ssshhh, Nobody knows im gay!" just as a laugh, hardly wear it but when I do i get a few odd looks
Gay people are said to get AIDS faster than straight people because they are thought to change sexual partners more often; so a gay person can get aids as easily as a straight person if they change sexual partners with same frequency.
No, not at all. It may seem to a gay man that they are more attractive, but this is because they are more likely to become partners with that man than straight men. 2:alot of women like to be in the company of gay men, even to go out on a social level as they do not feel threatened in any way.
Several studies indicate that Lesbians tend to have longer relationships than gay men or heterosexual couples.
No straight man wants to be gay. And many gay men also do not want to be gay. But some gay men try so hard to hide, that they wind up on long committed relationships with women. And one day, they can't take the lies any more.
Gay men are already men. They don't become men.
It is not a federal law, but there is a law in place. Gay men in the U.S. cannot give blood as there is an unfounded fear of these men having HIV, without knowing, and spreading that disease into the blood supply. This law even applies to men who have monogamous partners.
There are several reasons why gay people tend to have more difficulty finding partners: 1. There are simply fewer gay people out there than there are heterosexuals. Only 10% of people are gay, so that means that there are about ten times as many people for a heterosexual person to date as there are for homosexuals. 2. The culture does not support gay marriages. Children are taught that it is normal to grow up, get married, and raise children. But these things do not apply to gay children. Parents of gays often don't ask about who their children are seeing and they are not pressured to give their parents grandkids. Thus gay people do not have outside pressure to find partners like heterosexuals. 3. Gay men are men. Women tend to be the glue in relationships and are often much more interested in long term prospects than men. This is because men are more prone to live in the present while women live in the future. They think about growing old with someone while men think about getting someone home for sex tonight. This is why lesbians are very quick to cement relationships. 4. There is no purpose to marriage for gay men. In most states, gay marriage is not legal, and thus the rights and privileges afforded to all other men are denied to them.
Gay men are already men.