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Gay sex may seem simple: give, receive, relieve. But, it is far more complicated when you consider the various degrees at which some men are ready to be intimate with other men.
Are you ready for sex with someone of the same gender? Are you ready for intimacy both emotionally as well as physically? Have you prepared to top, bottom, or looked into other ways to be intimate like frottage , rimming , or oral ? Take some advice on some of the stages of sexual activity
When considering emotions, some guys can be physically intimate without experiencing emotional connections. Others, however, prefer some level of emotional bonding before having sex. Always remember this before engaging in a sexual encounter. Have you thought about where you lay on the spectrum? Either if you feel your sexual drive is stronger physically or emotionally, never feel that to be reason for shame. Don't let society's boundaries get into your head emotionally. More on sex and emotions .
It's obvious how to top or bottom, isn't it? One person penetrates and the other receives. But, how do you know if you're a top or bottom ? And even then, do you now how to be a good top or bottom? And, are you prepared to do either? One of the best tips to understand either role is to be comfortable while doing it, both physically and emotionally. Always tell your partner where you stand in the spectrum.
Oh the hours -- the afternoons! The days! The weekends! -- I have spent looking for and having sex. And oh the incomparable joy it's brought me!
But you're not really that shocked, are you? Of course you're not. After all, gay men have always had a bit of a reputation when it comes to sex. And why not? Unbridled by the restraints of "traditional" relationships and ( until very recently ) solely straight institutions like marriage and the nuclear family, we've long enjoyed the pursuit of sexual relations whenever, wherever, however and with whomever we could get our sweaty gay mitts on.
Even in the face of AIDS, which has ravaged our community and caused so many gay men -- myself included -- to tragically equate sex with death, we didn't stop looking for opportunities to get off, we just found ways to do it more safely.
No, pleasure has never been a dirty word for us, though many of our straight counterparts (who are, let's admit, equally interested in the same wondrous carnal arts but, thanks to our society's sturdy puritan mores, remain unable or forbidden to indulge in them or at the very least admit they secretly do indulge in them ) may wish it otherwise.
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Men who have sex with men ( MSM ), also known as males who have sex with males , are male persons who engage in sexual activity with members of the same sex, regardless of how they identify themselves; many such men do not sexually identify as gay , homosexual or bisexual . 
The term was created in the 1990s by epidemiologists to study the spread of disease among men who have sex with men, regardless of identity.  The term MSM is often used in medical literature and social research to describe such men as a group for research studies without considering issues of self-identification.
MSM are not limited to small, self-identified, and visible sub-populations. MSM and gay refer to different things: behaviors and social identities. MSM refers to sexual activities between men, regardless of how they identify, whereas gay can include those activities but is more broadly seen as a cultural identity. Homosexuality refers to sexual/romantic attraction between members of the same sex and may or may not include romantic relationships. Gay is a social identity and is generally the preferred social term, whereas homosexual is used in formal contexts, though the terms are not entirely interchangeable. Men who are non-heterosexual or questioning may identify with all, none, a combination of these, or one of the newer terms indicating a similar sexual, romantic, and cultural identity like bi-curious .
In their assessment of the knowledge about the sexual networks and behaviors of MSM in Asia, Dowsett, Grierson and McNally concluded that the category of MSM does not correspond to a single social identity in any of the countries they studied.  There were no similar traits in all of the MSM population studied, other than them being males and engaging in sex with other men.