What do teen boys and Navy Sailors 'on-leave' really want? This is the truth of the matter! ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Researchers said the findings show that teenage boys really are motivated by love and a desire for meaningful relationships. But many people still don’t buy it, including, it seems, many former teenage boys. “Based on my past experience as a teenage boy, this study just reinforces my view that teenage boys are horny liars,” wrote John, one of about 170 people who submitted comments about the study to The Times’s Well blog last week. “Yeah right! 16-year-old boys are concerned about relationships?” scoffed Brian, another reader, who said he has a daughter. “I can just about pinpoint the exact moment in my prepubescent life when the ‘lies I told the ladies’ turned into ‘the ‘truths’ I told myself ... These punks have got one thing on their minds, and it ain’t relationships.” Such skepticism about boys in their teens isn’t surprising, say researchers, but it reveals more about what’s going on in the minds of adults, than of teenagers. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ So the issue is: Tell me something about being gay ---and I consider revealing the first thoughts that come to mind. "My friend is a Gay Man" [my first thoughts is anal penetration, mutual masturbation, fellatio, the taste of semen, multiple-partner orgies, Bears & twinks, stretched hymens, effeminate affectations, and lots of emotional esoteric baggage and existential pathos] ---all of this passes before my minds eye in a flash before I can edit it out away from my attention as to what my profit is in such an interpersonal exchange.