1blind_dog saidMy point of logic: Hard bodies in most of the gay culture is considered highly attractive. The highly attractive are more likely to be involved in one night stands and hookups due to the common lustful first reaction by others towards them. The highly attractive ones who choose to participate in said hookups are likely to repeat. That repetition of satisfying the physical urge reduces the frequency and/or desire for relationships. Lack of relationships limits emotional involvement and stumping emotional growth which could directly effect the passion needed for great sex. It also limits the duration spent with any one person losing out on the time needed to gain the trust and connection usually shared by couples who are more likely to experiment and learn new things.
I completely disagree with every point you have asserted here. I'm one of the most promiscuous people I know, and I'm simultaneously very attuned to people's emotions, passions, needs, and desires. It's my business. As for whether or not being promiscuous in and of itself reduces the urge to be in a relationship, I would point out that I am the exception to the rule within my circle of peers/friends: I don't want a relationship (because of my past relationships), but nearly every porn model, escort, and exotic dancer I know is, in fact, in a long term relationship. Also, most of my clients are also in long term relationships, and they come to me BECAUSE THERE IS NO PASSION OR EXPERIMENTATION IN THEIR RELATIONSHIP.
Everything you said here is laced with bias. Perhaps what is more accurate to assert is that if there isn't true chemistry in the first place there's no reason to show off or impress someone (especially if you don't anticipate seeing that person again). The OP presumes that he's worth impressing, which may or may not be the case from the perspective of the various perfect bodies he's fucking. Just saying.