Human male sexuality covers physiological, psychological, social, cultural, and political aspects of the human male sexual response and related phenomena. It encompasses a broad range of topics involving male sexual desires and behavior that have also been addressed by ethics, morality, and religion.
In the UK in 1994 a survey indicated that although 6% of men indicated that they had had homosexual experiences, only 1.1% had had a homosexual partner in the previous year, with 1.4% indicating a partner in the previous five years. These figures contrast with the 1948 Kinsey report in the USA which indicated that around 30% had had some kind of homosexual experience, with 8% indicating an experience in the previous three years. It suggested that 10% of males were practising homosexuals.