The Gay Sex Secret Homosexuals Want No One to Know

2017-03-29T20:14:39+00:00February 3rd, 2015|Blog, Jesus Loves Gay Men, The Truth About "gay"|

As stated in a featured research article presented at Microbicides 2010, The International Conference on Microbicides: “In the United States alone, receptive anal intercourse is practiced in up to 90 percent of gay and other men who have sex with men, according to International Rectal Microbicides Advocates.” Because of this fact, HIV in the US has become primarily a problem centered on homosexual men; with over 60% of new infections among gay males. According the CDC: “Unprotected anal sex is a high-risk practice for HIV infection, with receptive anal sex having the highest risk. Unprotected anal sex also places MSM (men who have sex with men) at risk for other sexually transmitted infections such as syphilis, chlamydia, and gonorrhea. Although condoms can reduce the risk for HIV transmission, they do not eliminate risk and often are not used consistently. Some MSM attempt to decrease their HIV risk by engaging in unprotected sex only with partners perceived to have the same HIV status as their own. However, this practice is risky, especially for HIV-negative MSM, because MSM with HIV might not know or disclose that they are infected and men’s assumptions about the HIV status of their partners can be wrong.” Regarding condom use by gay men, a study published in the medical journal “Clinics in Colon and Rectal Surgery” found that: “Condoms protect against HIV but are ineffective in preventing the transmission of many other STIs that spread by skin-to-skin contact. A condom doesn’t cover the base of the shaft, pubic region, or scrotum, which are all places STIs can reside and spread during intimate contact. Moreover, condoms are often put on just for penetration and many STIs pass during foreplay when close contact or other types of sex occur…Patients may also insert dangerous objects into their rectum for erotic stimulation. In addition to the inherent risks of tearing, perforation, or losing the object, patients must also be aware of the risk of STIs that can spread when partners share toys. It is not uncommon for MSM to use (and occasionally abuse) enemas for hygiene or autoerotic activity. These practices and others may perforate or tear the delicate tissues in the anus and rectum…”

Author’s note: Anal sex is always painful the first few times; as the passive partner, you are inevitably tense, nervous, and anxious. Yet, in the gay male community, this becomes all a part of the initiation ceremony; a rite into manhood usually performed by an older and more experienced male. Blood typically accompanies this practice; heightening the pseudo-occultist experience of blood-brotherhood; also, hence the extremely high rates of continuing HIV infections among gay males. As one physician explained: “Physiologically, the anus is not designed for penetration by any hard object. As a protective reflex action, the anal sphincter tightens ordinarily if stimulated. Any attempt at penile insertion can be distressing, even if done slowly and gradually…The lining [mucus membrane] of the rectum is very thin, tears easily, does not heal fast and therefore is vulnerable to infections. Also, the tears can enlarge to a fissure or a crack. These are painful and slow to heal. There is also a possibility that a fistula could open up, allowing feces to re-route into the abdominal cavity…This can cause serious surgical complications. One may lose control over the anal sphincter causing continuous involuntary leakage of fecal matter. There is also the increased risk of hemorrhoids, which are quite uncomfortable. Rectal prolapse—wherein the walls of the rectum protrude through the anus and hence become visible outside the body—is another surgical emergency that is seen resulting out of anal intercourse.” The very real incidence of anal trauma in gay men recently compelled several public and professional medical organizations, including the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, the Department of HIV Medicine in London (UK) and The American Society of Colon Rectal Surgeons, to call for further studies and to issue directives warning members and other healthcare researchers and professionals: in New York City, the rampant rise of unprotected anal sex among the cities’ gay male population; the incidence of patients suffering injury from an aggressive form of anal intercourse combined with drug use at one UK hospital; and the curious rise in Proctitis among American gay men.

In the pre-HIV era, the various gastrointestinal and rectal maladies in male homosexuals seen by physicians and proctologists were collectively referred to as “gay bowel syndrome.” I experienced this first hand, as the constant ritual of anal cleansing, douching, enemas, and penetration, caused the already naturally dry and thin-skinned rectum to become perpetually red, irritated, and swollen. Diarrhea was a relentless affliction; some rather active gay men who otherwise were beautifully muscular and apparently healthy-looking took to wearing diapers – especially during intense work-outs or weight-lifting scissions at the gym, as the increased pressure often caused abnormal leakage. Visits to a San Francisco proctologist were frequent, and his waiting room, crowded with other gay men, sometimes turned into a place to meet and talk as there was always someone I knew – also there waiting to see the doctor. Though, not everyone with this secret problem was single and adventurous; one such friend – a sincere guy who had been in a monogamous relationship for a couple of years, was continuously left with painful anal fissures. After I left the lifestyle, and went back home, my smaller town doctor still knew of my past – as soon as he saw the ravages of what had been my backside. By then, my hemorrhoids were protruding severely – and thus began a few years of one painful surgery after another. During that time, I was constantly walking about with suppositories, frequently with embarrassing stains soaking through my pants, my underwear had to be continually bleached to remove blood stains, and I stunk from fecal matter seeping out. It was a little foreshadowing of purgatory – and, I kept saying to myself: “It hadn’t been worth it.”

In the 1990s, there was pressure from the gay political power brokers for medical journals and doctors to abandon the term gay bowel syndrome altogether; a rather insignificant occurrence, yet, it does reveal an underling ambition among those who wanted to see a more normalized public perception of gay male sex; and, as one attorney argued, in front of the Supreme Court, there was once “an incorrect understanding that gay couples were fundamentally different than straight couples.” Only, they are “fundamentally different;” as heterosexual sex in marriage does not result in a higher rate of injury and disease.

Thorough information report regarding the peculiar physical abnormalities in gay men caused by homosexual sex; from the National Health Service of the UK: msm ceg july 2015

“Sexual trauma associated with fisting and recreational drugs.”
Cohen CE, et al.
Sex Transm Infect. 2004 Dec;80(6):469-70.

“Of the 1,190 (68%) participants who reported engaging in receptive anal sex in the last 4 weeks, 59% indicated having some degree of anal pain during and after sexual intercourse…A majority of 72.8% had sexual intercourse with a man “at least” once a week. More than one-third of the responders declare to have had more than 50 sex partners in their lifetime. One in four MSM indicates having had sex with more than 100 men in their lifetime.”
“The Gay Men Sex Studies: Anodyspareunia Among Belgian Gay Men”
Johan Vansintejan, MD, et al.
Sex Med. 2013 Dec; 1(2): 87–94.

7 Comments

  1. Ari Mack February 5, 2015 at 12:10 am

    Joseph – I recently came across your website after hearing your interview on Catholic Answers. First, thank you, for having the courage to speak out on this and to be so honest about your journey. Secondly, I work in the fine arts and have many, many gay friends (mostly male). Would you care to comment – why are there so many homosexuals who are in the fine arts? These are very gifted people. What is the connection? Secondly, what can a person like me (straight, married female) do to reach these friends of mine. I only recently had a change of heart that led me to a deeper practice of my catholic faith. I don't want to condemn these friends with my newfound “religion.” And yet, I sometimes feel so helpless and powerless as I watch them get deeper and deeper into the lifestyle. less you and thank you.

  2. Joseph Sciambra February 27, 2015 at 12:17 am

    I wrote about this at length in my book; in short, gay men, because they have suffered so greatly are instinctively drawn to the world of art and beauty – in a sense, it forms an escape from the ugliness of this mortal existence; oftentimes, this attraction to beauty gets corrupted and turns into the pornographic.

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  4. Constance Victoria Lane August 24, 2017 at 5:35 am

    Let’s face it the anus isn’t a sexual organ, its a organ mean to release feces.

  5. Fayesummers April 22, 2018 at 2:06 pm

    Why do you think the community now is so insistent in saying that its all about ‘true love’?? Its not like im a homophobic. I have tons of friends that are homosexual.
    I mean, take two guys who are a couple and saying that ‘we love each other’ but then, are you sure that its just a product of lust confused for love? What’s your opinion on this? Why do they take ‘love’ as an excuse? They’re clear about the consequences in engaging gay sex, but they push away the fact and continue their act as to satisfy their ‘love’.
    And actually im pretty worried about the younger generation being educated into gay relationships, as if you’re saying ‘Getting STD’s is nothing to worry about, so long as you have love’ or ‘Be yourself! It’s okay to love!’.
    It’s not like you’re saying that loving someone is wrong, but we humans are born with human nature, which is the males are attracted to females and vice versa.
    Im sorry i ranted wayyyyy too much XP Its just its good to find an educational website like this to educate people about topics like this 😀

  6. Kodi September 4, 2018 at 12:57 am

    I ENJOYED your articles content and it’s presentation. Thank you for writting it. BTW, I am female; i have suffered greatly at the hands and other parts of men. (Including their verbage) I was abused as a child sexually and terrorized daily. As an adult , i have been brutally gang raped and sodimized. I married 3 different times but i could not connect with them due to my PTSD. Also, I was always sexually attracted to women at a young age but social stigma kept me trying to have partnerships with men. I went through many types of therapy to heal my wounds. I find men and women atsthetically pleasung but i only feel safe and trust with women. I only enjoy sexual relations with women. I am 61 now and i have been celibate for many years. The encounters with men (most likely the rape) left me with genital herpes. I do not want to pass that STD on to anyone. It is important to remember that there are plenty of STD’s passed between men and women..(and EXTREMELY rare between women and women)…however, i agree that HIV in america is more prevalent between men that enjoy anal sex. I was once christian though not catholic….in any case i have lost faith in God. Any God. I actually miss having faith but i just dont fit into this world. I also view the bible differently than the way it was taught. I know the history of the bible and much of it is untrue. NEVERTHELESS, when used in a nonjudgemental way, there are many teachings in it that can help a person in this walk of life. Treasure your faith. It is much more than I could ever hope for. Finally, Thank you again for your presentation and views

  7. Kodi September 4, 2018 at 1:06 am

    I think that it is IMPORTANT to remember that in this life we are given choiceabout what to believe. If a person needs a hand up, offer it/help them, if they don’t want it….let them be or find out what it is that they do need. Be a friend and live your life by example. If you are worried about someone, it is ok to voice your concerns…just be sure to come from a place of genuine, love. And concern. Thanks

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