Why guys become gay

In a study done by CoffeeMeetsBagel.com, only 7% of gay males say a perky butt is the sexiest thing on a man. Firm thighs were dead last at 3% (surprising, huh?). At the top of the list with 37% is a toned chest, while 6-pack abs followed behind at 19%. All things considered, it’s clear that those of us who enjoy looking at butts aren’t as many as we think. So what makes us tick? According to researchers, men’s attraction to butts is woven into their genes.


Evolution has given us the ability to decode a person’s health and vitality and fertility. While straight men innately find a woman with curves sexually appealing, the message their brain is reading is “this lady can give me some healthy spawn.” So where does it leave gay guys who find a butt on a man just as sexy? It’s all the same thing.

Being gay is innate within our organic makeup. It’s how we were built. Like every other organic creature with life, we might look the same on the outside but we all have different genetic makeups on the inside. We have different blood types, different DNA, and yes, different orientations – it’s how we’re put together. But the urge to breed is roughly the same. Guys with luscious curves are sexually stimulating to a man’s biological sense to mate – gay, straight, or otherwise.

Some guys have a similar feeling when they see other parts, too, i.e. arms, shoulders, chest, or stomach. Though the world trains us into believing this is a socially created idea, how do you explain the physical reaction your body has when you see a man that meets all your criteria? It has to be scientific. Whether it’s because of a man’s body or a man’s brain, when you feel lust towards another human, it’s because of chemistry. He’s feeding you exactly what your body wants and needs, and the only way your brain is able to translate that message to you is through physical urgings.

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