I don't know if this was your intention, but "he's sexy but it's not like I want to have sex with him but I kinda want to watch him have sex" is, like, big autochorissexual mood, so thanks for that relatable representation lmao. Also I'm a big fan of exploring awkward and honest conversations about sex with the comfortable distance of a fictional universe and fantastic biology, so apparently you do have a target audience and it is me.
That wasn't quite my intention, but I do think that's an interesting interpretation that makes sense.
I was mainly thinking that these guys are, well, mostly straight, and wanted to show some of the variation possible there. I imagine both of them have had sex with women, have enjoyed this quite a bit, and want to continue doing this—it's only their attraction to men, like each other, that's a bit weaker, and that they are more ambivalent about.
I think it does make sense that this could end up getting expressed similarly to some forms of asexuality, like autochorissexuality, but I didn't really think of that possibility until now :p
If you like alternate universe explorations of sexuality, you may like my other stuff—although I often take advantage of the alternate universe part more to increase moral complexity than to create a "comfortable distance," so it may not always be the most relaxing thing in the world :p