People cannot stop talking about “dude sex” and/or “bud sex” and/or “bro jobs.”
The term “bud sex” was coined by Tony Silva, a researcher at University of Oregon, whose new study, Bud-Sex: Constructing Normative Masculinity Among Rural Straight Men That Have Sex With Men, is the talk of the world wide web at the moment.
According to Silva, bud sex (aka dude sex) is when two men who identify as straight hook up together in a discreet, NSA sort of way. They have wives. They have kids. They consider themselves to be heterosexual. But they’re able to compartmentalize sex in a way that allows them to occasionally get intimate with other guys without complicating anything.
Apparently not everyone else is able to compartmentalize these guys’ sexualities so easily, however.
Check out what folks on Twitter have been saying…
So apparently there is this term as "Bud-sex"
Interesting! Human behaviour is really fascinating!
— JonG (@theJonnny) December 21, 2016
Cannot believe I was never invited to any of this "Dudesex" straight men are apparently having.
— Tired Meerkat (@cannibal_queer) December 20, 2016
GUYS DO "BRO-JOBS" AND "BUD-SEX" BUT STILL CALL THEMSELVES STRAIGHT *PTERODACTYL SCREACH*
— Evan Duh® (@evan_duh) December 21, 2016
Isn't "bud sex" just white dudes columbusing being on the DL?
— Lux Alptraum (@LuxAlptraum) December 20, 2016
Also interestingly I think "dudesex" and the explanation of it COULD apply to men who are incarcerated for extended times
— Mrs. Grotke (@__BHB__) December 20, 2016
someome bud-fuck me https://t.co/eIUAkpQXGo
— ? (@papermassacred) December 21, 2016
— Closeted Gay Guy (@CGGuy44) December 20, 2016
Shout outs to the straight guys I went to high school with who spoke on their experiences with dudesex last night that was wild
— I am Delibirdt ?? (@josketh) December 21, 2016
@Tesseraconteur …but like actually, what's bud sex
— Solstice Werefox (@CoronaCoreanici) December 21, 2016