If there's one thing we know for certain, it's that people's perspectives on sexuality and sexual identity are changing and that it's happening faster than ever before.
Over the past year, more and more straight-identifying men have started talking openly about their same-sex curiosities, attractions, and identities--topics that, not that long ago, were still considered taboo by many.
Some guys have begun sharing about the times they've experimented with other dudes. Others are dropping the whole "straight" moniker and identifying as bisexual, pansexual, or bicurious. And then there are those who are ditching labels altogether and encouraging others to do the same.
Click through for nine dudes who challenged people's ideas about sexuality, identity, and what it means to be "straight" in the year 2020...
In February, the British pop star said he considered himself “very fluid” but “more straight.” In December, he announced, actually, he’s pansexual. He’s attracted to people, not genders. Not only that, but his sexuality is “ever-evolving,” he’s open to whatever feels good, and he thinks Harry Styles is a total babe.