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Pace University's Study Looks At 'Dating: The Top And Bottom Of It All'
It's been more than a decade since those words were published in Out for Good , a book by Dudley Clendinen and Adam Nagourney that details the march -- sometimes sprint -- towards equality for gay and lesbian Americans in the last few years of the 20 th century. Though on a personal level it may feel agonizingly slow at times, the changes to American gay life have accelerated so much that it has not only transformed law and federal policy, but also altered nearly every facet of our lives in both concrete and intangible ways. Life for LGBT persons today in many ways doesn't come close to resembling life at the time of the Stonewall riots. Marriage equality, for instance, was virtually inconceivable then. And the idea that the President of the United States would support the freedom of same-sex couples to marry, was entirely out of the question. Similarly, a mere 10 years ago, it would have been hard to imagine that mobile technology would alter how we find and form connections -- especially for gay men.
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Tyrel Starks. Starks, and is entitled "Dating: The Top and Bottom of it all. Before diving into one last titillating bit of data from our Dating Today study, it is absolutely imperative that we define a few simple sex research-relevant terms. For those of you who may be less than familiar with the correct terminology for sex position preferences between two men, there are most often two participants: a top, and a bottom. Sometimes participants identify strongly with one position, but many men consider themselves versatile, or flexible; these men enjoy and may alternate between roles.