Out of hundreds of thousands of men I've worked with, none till today has identied as 'heterosexual'. There is just no concept of it. I call them straight because they are what the term signifies --- the regular, mainstream men. Some men (can't say, maybe 2% or 3%) have identified as gay --- they were all feminine gendered --- some less than others. Practically none of them approached me for counseling through my work with the mainstream community. It's my brief work with the gay community which made these men come to me for counseling. Most of the issues arising out of same-sex needs have been raised by the 'homosexuals', Although a significant proportion of straight men have hinted at it indirectly. Many have hinted at having sex with other men. Only a few straight men have sought counseling on their sexual attraction for men. Like I said, if you go by my observation 95% of the straight population (none is heterosexually identified) has exhibited, albeit indirectly an interest in other men. In my country, relationships between a gay male (who is considered a third sex) and a man is not considered same-sex. It is considered equivalent to heterosexuality, because it is between a half-female and a straight man.