I was just curious what you thought on the matter. It seems homosexuality was deemed as natural and enjoyable by most societies until the invention of monotheistic religion like christianity, Judaism, Islam etc.
It seems the reason, at least in my mind, that women are more open to bisexuality in contemporary society is because of the cultural impact of the monotheistic religious doctrine. Men are far more stigmatised for enjoying sex with other men because of the negative connotations that our culture has historically placed upon the act.
In ancient cultures being gay did not detract from your ability as a warrior or to serve as one, nor did it make people question your manhood, your mental health or morality. It seems like we all, including me are held back from even understanding our attractions to other men by culturally reinforced prejudice against it.
I always liked the quote:
"I know this is difficult to comprehend but most of the 300 Greeks who fought at Thermopylae were homosexuals. The problem with that is that for those that were not they probably didnt have battle buddies"