As my very first thread here, I wanted to pose the question in what you believe the porn industry demonstrates about the current trends in sexual conduct within our modern day society, here in the USA. The porn industry has, perhaps, been the most reliable objective way to measure the pulse of society when it comes to acceptable sexual conduct within our society, even if such is not outwardly spoken about. Keep in mind that "sexual conduct" is inherently and completely separate from that of a person's actual "sexuality," as one can engage in same sex sexual acts and still be heterosexual, or heterosexual sexual conduct and still be gay. The defining line in this is that "sexual conduct" is merely used as a means to fulfill the physical need to get off, whereas "sexuality" encompasses the emotional elements and humanistic desires to have something more meaningful and deeper, such as a relationship or marriage. To this end, I believe the porn industry shows an upward trend in accepting sexual conduct that years past was considered extremely taboo and sociably unacceptable. Whether or not the movie "Brokeback Mountain" aided the porn industry in what movies to produce, what appears to be the case is that there is more acceptance in bisexual porn movies. Years ago, finding such movies was extremely difficult because the porn industry simply refused to endorce (by way of making such movies) that bisexual sexual conduct was acceptable, since members of the general public were unwilling to openly acknowledge that this class of sexuality existed. Now, we are finding a substantially increasing amount of such movies and Internet sites, and as such, it appears to indicate that society (in particular that of men, who have traditionally been the dominating buyers of porn) is far more accepting of bisexuality than it use to be. Interestingly enough, we are also seeing an increase in the numbe of web sites where heterosexual men are posting their own nude photo's for the public to see. Knowing full well that gay and bisexual men are also viewing their photo's and becomming sexually arroused, as a direct or proximate result. To-wit, raises the question if str8 men post their nude photo's as a sexual turn on, in part, because they know other men are also sexually interested. Likewise, we are also beginning to see a particularly interesting seires of porn specifically geared towards using claimed heterosexual males to engage in "innocent" sexual acts with other men, such as StraightCollegeMen, Next Door Buddies, Next Door Male and so forth. In these series, alleged str8 guys are paid money to engage in sexual acts with other men on the premise that they are financailly broke enough that they are willing to sell out their alleged morals and beliefs to make a buck through same sex sexual acts. Additionally, web sites like sleepingmen and Bait Bus, are taking the concept of performing [fantasy] sexual acts on heterosexual men who are sleeping or are otherwise unsuspecting that they are being subjected to male on male sexual acts, to create one of the hottest and most revolutionary concepts of porn in our 21st Centry. The reason that these movies and Internet sites are so hot and revolutionary is because traditionally it has been only females who were used as the target of [fantasy] rape porn. Hence, by taking the "mocho male" ego and image and reducing men to being the targets of [fantasy] sexual assault / rape, the viewing audiance is able to live out a new kind of fantasy that is sure to bring explosive organisms to many. But male on male rape is certainly nothing new in our world history; in the Greek era male warriors would often rape their enemies as a sign of conquest, and a King who was rapped, and in particularly subjected to anal intercorse, was no longer permitted to be King. And in the Roman Empire era, those in the Roman army who committed adulty were subject to male on male gangbangs by their fellow men in arms, as punishment for their crime of adulty. Likewise, in the Greek era, it was seen as acceptable for an adult male to take on a male lover who was a child or teenager because the role of the adult was not only about being their lover but also that of their teacher / father figure, and with this, came the responsibility of teaching their lover how to be a functioning part of their society in pro social manners that made their community a better place to live. And in our modern day society, male on male rape is most predominate among the homeless population and prison inmates. So the fact that we are beginning to see an upward trend in porn movies that use the claimed heterosexual male participant in the role of the victim for the [fantasy] sexual assault of another man, raises the question if society is again chaning it's views in what is and is not acceptable sexual conduct, porn movies and Internet sites.