A new study by researchers at Emory University has revealed some of the reasons why gay men may be more likely than straight men to experience sexual attraction to the same sex.
The study, which was published in the journal Psychological Science, found that gay men who are more socially socially conservative tend to be more masculine and have higher levels of testosterone.
The researchers also found that homosexual men who identify as bisexual or gay are more likely to have lower levels of male sexual orientation.
“These findings support the hypothesis that sexual orientation may be influenced by social conservatism in the male population, and that this may contribute to the development of male homosexuality,” study lead author Jason G. Graziano, a doctoral student in psychology at Emerson College, said in a press release.
The research, however, did not address why some gay men might have higher testosterone levels, or whether their testosterone levels are related to their more masculine personalities.
The authors say that more research is needed to identify why gay males are more masculine or feminine than other men.
The finding could be useful for future studies of homosexuality and sexuality.
Researchers found that men who have a high level of social conservatism tend to have more testosterone than those who are less socially conservative.
However, this may be because social conservatism may have evolved over time.
According to the researchers, this could mean that the testosterone levels of the men who identified as gay were not related to the more masculine traits that they may have.
Graziano also found evidence that gay women tend to experience higher levels