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Robbie

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Feb 2, 2009
 
Hey,

This looks like an interesting place to ask for involvement in a survey.

It's not a marketing thing, purely for research.
Focuses on sexual identity, porn viewing habits and perceptions of sexuality etc...

It's quite blunt in some places, so consider this a warning if you're very easily offended.

It would be a great help to have your involvement.

If you do take part, please answer honestly, carefully and completely.

Just copy/paste the following.

http://www.eSurveysPro.com/Survey.aspx...

Thanks all, very much appreciated.
flyboy

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Feb 2, 2009
 
I took it, it was actually a quite direct and forward study, but thats fine.

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Feb 2, 2009
 

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wow, really interesting survey! I can't wait to see the results!
Robbie

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Feb 2, 2009
 
flyboy wrote:
I took it, it was actually a quite direct and forward study, but thats fine.
It had to be really. To get an emotive and more honest response from the right audience.

There are a few ways it's set out to spot false responses too, such as similar questions worded differently.

I think it's quite a good one, as sexual surveys go.

But only for those who are not easily offended though! ;-)
flyboy

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Feb 2, 2009
 
Robbie wrote:
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It had to be really. To get an emotive and more honest response from the right audience.
There are a few ways it's set out to spot false responses too, such as similar questions worded differently.
I think it's quite a good one, as sexual surveys go.
But only for those who are not easily offended though! ;-)
Its a great study, I enjoyed doing it. Yes, some insecure people or easily offended people would have a harder time with it for sure.

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Feb 3, 2009
 
Just thought I would bring this back up sence I just took the survey

“Protestant, Gay, Libertarian”

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Feb 3, 2009
 
It was interesting.
Robbie

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Feb 3, 2009
 
Thanks guys, it's getting a lot of responses, so I hope some more guys might take part.

Remember though, please be honest and truthful. There are ways to weed out false responses or multiple involvement, but it does take a lot of work!
It's not useful to have to delete a response because they clearly lied in one question and forgot to do so in another. lol

So, if you want your involvement to be recognized and relevant, it has to be honest.

Thanks again guys!
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Robbie

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Feb 3, 2009
 
Is that it for these forums? No one else?

Surely thee must be some more blokes out there?

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#10
Feb 3, 2009
 
So where do the results of this survey get published ?

And what is the survey being used for ?

As far as gay porn on the web is concerned, since it is all free, I'm addicted to it and have 8000+ gifs & wmv's.
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#11
Feb 3, 2009
 
would like to see the results as well

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Feb 3, 2009
 
Topix is screwin up AGAIN by saying that there are replies to the threads I posted to, whn in fact there are no new ones. Anyone else having this problem again ?
Robbie

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Feb 4, 2009
 
I'm a previously published writer, so I am considering using the results in some way. I'll have to pay to have the detailed results downloaded, so I need to make it worthwhile. I can get a brief summary though.

Male sexuality seems to be shifting due to anonymous communication through the internet, so that's a specific area of interest.

I think I'll try writing something up if the results are interesting or unusual, they are looking that way already.

And I'll gladly add results here for those who took part.
flyboy

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Feb 4, 2009
 
Robbie wrote:
I'm a previously published writer, so I am considering using the results in some way. I'll have to pay to have the detailed results downloaded, so I need to make it worthwhile. I can get a brief summary though.
Male sexuality seems to be shifting due to anonymous communication through the internet, so that's a specific area of interest.
I think I'll try writing something up if the results are interesting or unusual, they are looking that way already.
And I'll gladly add results here for those who took part.
Great, thanks. I agree, I think sexuality in general is becoming more open, more complex. Thats great, more hot guys for me.
Robbie

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Feb 4, 2009
 
Yeah but there's no point in having a sexual revolution if no guys know about it. lol

It certainly looks like more and more "heterosexual" guys are experimenting and enjoying different things, but most of them think that other guys aren't really like them, or don't know what to do or where to go to find others just like them.

They don't fit with the gay or bi expectations, or they're turned off parts of it, and so they think they're just a minority who are straight but enjoy "certain" things.

Generally they're fixated on labels it seems. A wider section of society than we ever discuss in the open seems to be bi (for want of a better label, or none!)

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Feb 4, 2009
 
I think flyboy and I are on several threads trying to push the "anti-labels" cause. It's true, everyone is so hung up on labels. Just look at the topics here... how many threads are titled, "Is X-activity gay" or "My bf wants X, is he gay?" The focus becomes the label so that couples and individuals never move on to understanding and enjoying their own sexuality. Shame and judgment are as far as they get.

I get asked regularly on my calls, "Is this normal? Is this gay?" However, I think since I'm with men when they are in their most private moments and I am assumed to be the least judgmental of people, I'm heartened at how often I get to talk to men who are not at all worried about it and I get to experience the fullness of their fantasies about other men. I'm so impressed with them when they are so unashamed and explore and enjoy it completely. I love when I have the opportunity to validate their explorations if they have any hesitations. We all get to have so much more fun! I just wish it wasn't for such a small, self-selected group of men. Surveys and studies like this that reassure men that their thoughts and fantasies are normal are awesome.
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Feb 4, 2009
 
Well, I hope that there is a way to have the results of this survey actually out there for guys to find.
I entirely agree with you that gathering information like this and putting it out there is beneficial to degrading the stereotypes and labels.

Hopefully one day the labels will be pointless.
Imagine a world where any adult can approach any other adult they feel a sexual attraction to and just ask them if they'd like to do something together?!

The possibilities would be endless.

Instead, we're currently stuck in a situation where guys don't talk and don't enjoy things because they're too worried it might mean they're "gay". They completely fail to see that they are who they choose to be regardless of any label.

Regardless of how long it's going to take and what info can be gathered and put out there, I am certain that we are already seeing a massive number of people identifying more with bisexuality than either straight or gay. I think this will only increase as communication and information sharing develops even further.

And you seem to have a fascinating job. Is male-male sexual fantasy something you find with a lot of heterosexual men?
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Feb 4, 2009
 
TriciaThePhoneSexOperator wrote:
I think flyboy and I are on several threads trying to push the "anti-labels" cause. It's true, everyone is so hung up on labels. Just look at the topics here... how many threads are titled, "Is X-activity gay" or "My bf wants X, is he gay?" The focus becomes the label so that couples and individuals never move on to understanding and enjoying their own sexuality. Shame and judgment are as far as they get.
I get asked regularly on my calls, "Is this normal? Is this gay?" However, I think since I'm with men when they are in their most private moments and I am assumed to be the least judgmental of people, I'm heartened at how often I get to talk to men who are not at all worried about it and I get to experience the fullness of their fantasies about other men. I'm so impressed with them when they are so unashamed and explore and enjoy it completely. I love when I have the opportunity to validate their explorations if they have any hesitations. We all get to have so much more fun! I just wish it wasn't for such a small, self-selected group of men. Surveys and studies like this that reassure men that their thoughts and fantasies are normal are awesome.
Cant say it any better.
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Feb 4, 2009
 
It was interesting for the 1st 3 questions after that it was far too clear what they are fishing for.

No offense but as a marketer that was a very poorly written survey.
flyboy

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Feb 4, 2009
 
Robbie wrote:
Yeah but there's no point in having a sexual revolution if no guys know about it. lol
It certainly looks like more and more "heterosexual" guys are experimenting and enjoying different things, but most of them think that other guys aren't really like them, or don't know what to do or where to go to find others just like them.
They don't fit with the gay or bi expectations, or they're turned off parts of it, and so they think they're just a minority who are straight but enjoy "certain" things.
Generally they're fixated on labels it seems. A wider section of society than we ever discuss in the open seems to be bi (for want of a better label, or none!)
All very true points, and it does lend credence to the "most people are inherently bisexual" theory.

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