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Brodsky said he determined his patient had OCD associated with homosexuality. This patient was straight, according to Brodsky, but he had intrusive thoughts that were not based on any hard reality in his behavior. Brodsky said a previous therapist had misdiagnosed his patient as gay, and at the patient's request, sent him off to reparative therapy , a controversial method that has not been proven to be effective and can be harmful. But, he says health professionals need a better understanding of OCD so patients receive proper treatment for a mental obsession, rather than counseling for a sexual orientation crisis that he says has nothing to do with mental illness. Even though they know that they are percent straight, not gay, they second guess it.
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About a week ago, he caught me making out with my boyfriend on the couch in the living room of our apartment on campus. So what do you think I should do in this situation? Do I talk to him to make things less weird?
A study of former high-school American Football players has found that more than a third said they had had sexual relations with other men. In his study of homosexuality among sportsmen in the US, sociologist Dr Eric Anderson found that 19 in a sample of 47 had taken part in acts intended to sexually arouse other men, ranging from kissing to mutual masturbation and oral sex. They were at various universities from the American south, Mid-West, west and north west. He found that this sex came in the form of two men and one woman, as well as just two men alone. It will be published in the journal Sex Roles in January.