Is there anything more fulfilling than seeing two grown men lovingly embrace each other then get a little bit embarrassed?
I think not.
The relationship between same-sex, straight-identifying males is becoming increasingly emotionally intimate thanks to the leftist agenda sweeping across the nation. To get to the no-homo bottom of it, researchers from the University of Winchester, in the UK, have performed the first ever study of heterosexual men’s understanding and experiences of bromance, outside of how it’s portrayed in films. The researchers asked 30 men about their views and bromance activities and found that young men were socially encouraged to enjoy deep emotional and physically intimate friendships. They report their findings in the journal Sex Roles.
As an aside, I couldn’t believe it when I read that the University of Winchester’s chancellor is Alan Titmarsh, that’s right, the celebrity TV gardener. For those of you who don’t know who this conservative, lazy eyed, frogman is, he was on the telly in the 90’s and inspired everyone in the UK to build a deck. His rise to power, from mucky TV gardener to chancellor, is only surpassed by Trump’s recent ascent – perhaps Alan gave him the courage?
Anyway, to answer the ever-changing question of “how much touching is too much between straight men, who aren’t in the same rugby team?”, The deck-installing researchers found 30 undergraduate sporty-type students who identified as ‘straight’ or ‘mostly straight’ and asked them some pervy questions. I’m assuming that ‘mostly straight’ is someone who mainly dates women but doesn’t mind getting some uncovered penis in and around their mouth every now and again.
Happy to be corrected.
Lead researcher, Stefan Robinson said, “I asked the questions and gave them the option to hug me in between each one”.
Among the 20 set questions, probing whether they had participated in secret sharing, bed sharing and kissing, they asked the 30 male students:
Can you tell me what a bromance is? define it for me?
Tell me about being nude with your bromance
Tell me about threesomes, have or would you do one with your bromance? Are there limits to what one can do sexually with a bromance?
Are there limits to what one can do sexually with a bromance?
Their voyeuristic conclusions were simple. A decline in homophobic attitudes has significant positive implications for any flourishing bromance. Participating in a bromance improves mental health and social well-being because it is a safe space for men to talk about sensitive issues and for safe emotional disclosure.
The main limitation of the study was that it only asked young self-identifying straight white males who are doing a sports degree – potentially a biggie!
Go out there my ‘straight’ or ‘mostly straight’ identifying male readers and bromance the shit out of someone; it’s good for you! Just don’t be weird about it.
- The Bromance: Undergraduate Male Friendships and the Expansion of Contemporary Homosocial Boundaries
- Bromances flourish thanks to changing anti-gay sentiments
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