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6 Reasons Gay Porn Will Always Be Better than Straight Porn

6 Reasons Gay Porn Will Always Be Better than Straight Porn

6 Reasons Gay Porn Will Always Be Better than Straight Porn
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The Internet is for porn, you can also use it for Facebook and Twitter, but let’s be honest — it's primarily for porn. Being bisexual, I’ve seen my fair share of gay and straight porn, and there is no question gay porn is way better.

Here are six reasons gay porn is better than straight porn (illustrated by HTGAWM's Connor Walsh):

1. Two (or more) active participants 
I want to see two people actively engaged. Gay porn has that in abundance. Straight porn? Not so much.

2. Gay-specific topics 
Military men, locker room jocks, cops, firemen, construction workers, prisoners and frat boys… need I say more?

3. No third wheel 
In MFF threesomes, there is often one woman left out who kind of... watches. In MMM that is never the case.

4. Less degrading 
Straight porn has become unbelievably violent and degrading, (of course there’s degrading gay porn, too) but it’s easier to find gay porn that treats all parties with dignity and respect.

5. More sensual and “real” 
A lot of straight porn is overly performative with fake moans and even faker boobs. It’s nice to watch porn that seems more sensual and “real”.

6. Seducing the straight guy 
Yes, I know they’re not all as “straight” as they claim to be, but there’s no parallel in straight porn. Seducing the lesbian just isn’t a thing.

Given the reality of porn industry, it’s no surprise many straight men enjoy watching gay porn. 

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Zachary Zane

Zachary Zane is a writer, YouTube influencer, and activist whose work focuses on (bi)sexuality, gender, dating, relationships, and identity politics. Check out his YouTube channel here.

Zachary Zane is a writer, YouTube influencer, and activist whose work focuses on (bi)sexuality, gender, dating, relationships, and identity politics. Check out his YouTube channel here.