Exploring the influences behind male to male sensual attraction
By taking this short survey you will be helping with my research into the broader dynamics of male sexuality.
Over the past 10 years I have given sensual massage to men of all sexualities and it has become clear to me from both discussion and observations, that the desire and motivations for many men to experience male to male sensual intimacy with another man, is far more complex than just a sexual attraction.
To be labeled as homosexual or bisexual is just too limiting, since many men state that they are not seeking sex with another man, but more the sensual and emotional intimacy. I have seen patterns of behaviour and heard many personal stories that have led me to believe that there are five primary influences that combine to create male to male same sex attraction; starting with our basic inherited biology and dynamic of our pre-birth development influenced by the mother’s biology. Then the culture and environment that we are born into and the relationships we experience in the first 10 years of our lives with our primary carers. Then as we mature, nature triggers the process to transform the competitive masculine male in to a more cooperative male that bonds with his male counterparts.
As men progress through their lives these, influences play out and can go on to affect our choice of career, relationships, sexual orientation, even our behaviour with friends, employers and work colleagues.
To back up my theories I need your help. I need to gather at least 1000 sets of data taken from men of all ages, sexualities, cultures and belief systems.
So if you want to help me please take the survey yourself. It only takes 5 minutes and if you are happy to pass the survey to others then please SHARE to your Facebook, Twitter or Linked In accounts or any other social media network you may use.
Please answer the questions as honestly as you can. Individual information will never be disclosed as data is only be shown in collated results. Emails are requested to prove authenticity and so we can keep you up to date with results. Aliases can be used to preserve identity. I am particularly keen to have the survey completed by those living in countries or cultures where any divergence from being a heterosexual male is either deemed illegal, is scorned upon or in some cultures, life threatening.