According to a recent study conducted by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, gay men living in Massachusetts had far fewer medical and mental health visits after the state made gay hitching legal, way back in 2004. Medical and mental health costs actually dropped 10-14%.
The head researcher (it didn’t say if he was gay or not) suspects the marriage law, by reducing discrimination against gays, may have reduced their stress levels, whether they chose to get married or not.
Maybe, though I think guys, particular gay guys who I think have a lot more sex on average than straight men, can relieve their stress in a lot of other ways, and not just in the bedroom.
You know how many times I’ve thrown a chair at my other half after he’s picked on me for leaving a dirty dish in the sink overnight and felt real good?