At least, you've tried to analyse. a.) When I say, heterosexuality is unnatural, I don't mean male-female sex or sexual desire is unnatural. You should have known, you've read many of my posts that are now merged into 'heterosexuality is unnatural'. Yes, men do have a sexual attraction for women. But they also have a sexual attraction for men. What most men do not have is an emotional attraction for women and the capacity and need to have relationships. To put it in words you can understand. b.) This sexual attraction for women is way to exaggerated by the society. When you block men away from their sexual need for men, they become totally dependant on sexual need for women. But most of the time when men show their interest in women, it is meant to buy them power or it is an assertion of their power/ social masculinity, and does not correspond to the actual intensity of their opposite sex feelings. c.) Pornography, whether on internet or in person has a tremendous 'social masculinity' value for men. I don't buy the fact that men are ashamed to look at or possess such pornography. Certainly not in the west. Even in my society, where most men do not have access to internet, most men proudly use porn as a power statement (which foreshadows the intrinsic value of such porn, which is undoubtedly there!). It's a great 'bonding' thing when men meet. And a great way to show that you have a sexual interest in women (iin my country there is no heterosexual identity). Men may want to hide pornography from parents and stuff, but that is hardly a problem.