11/25/2014 (Tue) 20:36:31
I think homosexual relationships are more prone to kinship, making sex the cherry on top.
Heterosexual relationships, at least at the start and for the most part of them, depending on the girl's upbringing and character, end up being far less gratifying and more painstaking.
It takes a lot of self-humbling to court a girl for what seems like forever, and for the most part of that phase you have to repress the notion that she's being hit on by a plethora of other guys and that she's the one who actually gets to pick the plate she eats from. Not you. It's a process that inherently debases you for the sake of reaching something that's higher than yourself. It's somewhat mistifying.
As for two dudes, well, you're a little more likely to understand one another better from the start and love is foundationally about sex and being equals. It's more gratifying in the sense that you make someone your mutual stepping stone into that ethereal plane of sensorial pleasure and emotional plenitude, but at the same time the relationship is based on a different conerstone which can't really be compared.
TL/DR: homo relationships are more about sex, so ofc young men are going to be more into those relationships when given the choice. I personally prefer emotionally mature women precisely because they make the effort to be your equal early on. That and they have less shit-tests as they're more confident on what they want. men are more fun to have sex with, tho. :)