Do Straight Men Enjoy French Kissing Gay Men?
Straight men and gay men play tongue hockey for the first time in a new video that sends a great message about being open-minded, being secure, and being accepting of people for who they are and who they love.
YouTubers Bria and Chrissy paired other YouTubers up for their big moment.
Despite the unsurprising fact that none of the kisses caused the straight guys to switch teams, all seemed to experience the mood-boosting rush that comes with swapping spit:
A kiss sends sensations directly to the limbic system, those parts of our brains associated with love, passion, and lust. As neural impulses bounce between the brain and the tongue, the facial muscles, the lips, and the skin, they stimulate our bodies to produce a number of neurotransmitters and hormones. One of the most important neurotransmitters is dopamine. Spiking during a kiss, dopamine is responsible for a rush of elation and craving and can also result in the obsessive thoughts that many of us experience with a new romance — almost like an addiction.