When did being a top get thrown into stereotypes for gay men? There used to be a time when being a top was considered masculine as long as you didn't fall in love. When did this change?
It seems like a lot of "straight" men would totally be down to give bottoms dick and more often than they already are if this social categorization was not a thing. Indeed while MtF traps are women mentally, a lot of chasers consider them girly boys to get off with... and the increasing social acceptance of straight men being with traps is making it more prevalent.
But this seemed to still be the case before leftist bullshit wheras long ago you had heads of state sticking their dick into boypussy to 1. get off so they can concentrate on real problems and 2. make a "point" about his dominance.
Well yes, it was the norm for centuries in many areas. That changed through christian dominance in Europe - there's a book about this actually. And that dominance hasn't ever really ceased, just carried on over to the western world.
And now, through modern rebranding (feminism, LGBT movement, "men can cry too" movements), that dominance is now shifting over from christian-organized dominance, to this sort of global dominance (ie it's also impacting the middle east). Where being dominant and assertive is 'wild' and 'aggressive', and must be tamed by society or eventually by a single woman.
So now all we have is a bunch of beta men who call themselves pansexual because they're desperate - and 'straight men' who cannot possibly fathom the idea of fucking another man for dominance because dominance in their trained mind = pulling their wife's hair in bed.