Gay Men Respond Differently to Pheromones; Also Said to Enjoy the Sight and Feel of Penises
WASHINGTON - Gay men's brains respond differently from those of heterosexual males when exposed to a sexual stimulus, researchers have found. The homosexual men's brains responded more like those of women when the men sniffed a chemical from the male hormone testosterone. Researchers also found that homosexual men enjoy engaging in anal sex with other homosexual men. Final conclusions from the results are still outstanding.