Gay Sex Education is something that isn’t being taught in schools, so this new series is here to fill in the gaps of what gay teenagers aren’t learning about sex. In the second episode of Gay Sex 101 we take a look at the basics and learn what constitutes sex for gay men. Subscribe for more gay sex education and LGBT+ videos here:

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50 COMMENTS

  1. Um quick question. You didnt mention anything about… Well my first time I found out that you have to clean yourself out before sex. Though I was not expecting anal sex that night. It happened. Tell people that….

  2. Um quick question. You didnt mention anything about… Well my first time I found out that you have to clean yourself out before sex. Though I was not expecting anal sex that night. It happened. Tell people that….

  3. What is gay sex? It is covering your lips,fingers and penis is someone else's shit every night,licking hemorrhoids and sucking the feces out of the hole where someone craps out of,turning white bed sheets brown and then sleeping in it like an animal,sounds great huh?

  4. Two kids in a school halway, looking at a teacher, further down the hall, "She flunked me in sex education. I'd like to kick her in the balls!"

    You, on the other hand, are a very GOOD teacher, Cal.

  5. I don't ever recall even being taught what sex was in school; I mean, obviously we all found out on our own and from one another, but my school's official 'sex education' in grade five comprised of a ten minute video telling us everything we already knew about the penis and the vagina. That's it.

  6. Thanks for this series. Combining the anatomical with the common sense, non-judgemental approach to sexual activity between human beings is a very welcomed approach to this topic, particularly for people who get very little education about sex from school or family. Well done, here… subscribing

  7. If only youtube videos like this were available when I was a teenager. Sex education is very important, without it there can be fear of the unknown.

  8. You have always created and uploaded good, honest and informative content, but I really think this series is probably the most significant one so far, because there are so many gay teens and young adults out there who have never had any contact with sex or haven't been informed about it properly, that end up doing it in ways that might not be the best for their own health and pleasure, and I really really hope this might help them. These are very well crafted, simple and direct. Sex should be more openly discussed about in schools all over the world, because it is a significant part of our lives, and being informed about it, also gives us power to respect, protect and nurture our bodies like we should, and on doing that, we'll feel more secure and confident during the act. And that is SO important! Until that happens, videos like these will be a great source of help. So, please, keep up with the great work you've been doing.

  9. These videos are wonderful. I think it is so important for subscribers to remember that while they may not need to information other folks might and it's great that we can all share and lean from each other.

  10. please let me know if there is a series like this about lesbian sex. I would like to know more about it, but I'm really not into lesbian porn (I learned most I know about gay sex in gay porn haha)

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