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Survey Says: The time has come for Out Magazine’s release of their First Annual Sex & Love Survey. And what will we learn from this interesting roundup of information? Well, according to the survey:

1.) Younger gay men are more comfortable with coming out to their families and friends, which makes a lot of sense since homosexuality is a little more accepted in today’s society more so than ever before.

2.) The word “partner” is a more accepted term than the word “boyfriend” when referring to a committed significant other.

3.) Gay men tend to masturbate and crave sex more than actually having it. This is good to hear since I thought I was the only one dusting cobwebs off of my bed.

4.) Gay men from the mid-western region of the United States are most likely to be sexually versatile and least likely to date outside their race.

5.) Gay men from the northeastern region of the United States are most likely to “come out” before the age of 22 and are least likely to move in with their partners more so than in any other region.

6.) Gay men from the southern region of the United States are most likely to have kids yet, ironically, least likely to get married. Basically, it’s a region full of baby daddies running around.

7.) Gay men from the western region of the United States are the most open to dating outside their race but get this—most likely to be married but, ironically, least likely to want kids. I guess the men from the south should meet the men from the west. Wouldn’t that make sense?

8.) Gay men between the ages of 26-35 crave sex the most while, surprisingly, men between the ages of 45-65 are having the most sex. I’ve always said older men are better in bed.

9.) Men between the ages 36-45 are the most wishy-washy about gay marriage while men between the ages of 55-65 could care less about marriage. I mean, would you at that age?

10.) If gay men were to ever cheat on their spouses (and they are since 68% of them claim to have been cheated on and 51% having had cheated), they’re most likely to cheat with Ryan Reynolds. I guess that’s why, according to the survey, 71% of gay men are in open relationships. I guess they’ve got to make it work somehow, right?

11.) Size doesn’t matter.

12.) A threesome is the most popular kinky behavior amongst the gays. Menage a trois anyone?

13.) Gay men drink more than drug before and/or during sex, which means alcohol is most dangerous substance leading to unprotected sex.

Click here to view the survey for more interesting facts.

Dating site OK Cupid researched the sexual lifestyles of their heterosexual and homosexual male subscribers and found some interesting results:

1.) For the most part, gay men are not sexually interested in straight men.

2.) Gay men are not anymore promiscuous than their heterosexual counterparts.

3.) Heterosexuals have gay sex too.

4.) Surprisingly the Midwest, Pacific Northwest, West Coast, the upper reaches of New England and pretty much all of Canada is ‘gay curious’.

5.) Heterosexual males are apparently more adventurous, aggressive, competitive, confident, dorky, horny, into sports, kinky, optimistic, polite, romantic, religious and violent while homosexual males tend to be more ambitious, artsy, compassionate, generous, introverted, literary, political, spontaneous and trusting. Although both gay and straight men are equally into drug use.

Clearly a lot of these results are not facts we never knew before. But, it’s still interesting information regarding the differences and similarities between heterosexual and homosexual men. See more here.

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