There was an ad for Jawbone cellphone accessories a few years ago in which a woman in a bar is annoyed by the obnoxious behavior of a rugby club that had just entered. Luckily, when she activated her Jawbone headset, it blocked out all extraneous noise ... including the crowd's reaction when two of the rugby guys started aggressively sucking face while peeling off their clothes. The best part? All the other actors present were actual rugby players who didn't know what was going to happen until the final shoot. Their reactions were priceless.
This trope is a large part of Axis Powers Hetalia's raison d'être. France spends most of his time stripping and/or groping the other male characters, Italy has a habit of glomping or sleeping with Germany while naked, and the series even has its own resident Yaoi Fangirl, Hungary.
Konohamaru's Sexy No Jutsu had two shadow clones transform into a nude Sasuke and Sai locked in a very suggestive pose. It got cut in the anime, but the manga version can be seen here. It even gave Sakura a nosebleed.
In the English print of this manga scene, the male on male part was nearly blacked out entirely, while the girl on girl scene only needed a few extra clouds to censor naughty bits. Major Double Standard on VIZ's part. Remember kids; getting the hots for naked ladies together is okay, but you're not allowed to even look at two guys. EVER!
There's also the infamous accidental kiss between Naruto and Sasuke. You could almost hear the simultaneous clacking of one thousand fangirls typing one thousand Slash Fics at the same time.
For once played for drama in Ooku. When Shogun Tsunayoshi is developing God Save Us from the Queen! tendencies, she orders two of her male concubines to have sex for her entertainment, thinking they won't mind since she knows them to be lovers. They're so insulted at being used for voyeuristic thrills that they commit seppuku, giving her a salutory shock.
This is Hikaru and Kaoru's entire schtick in Ouran High School Host Club, with the twincest angle to spice things up. And it's never entirely clear if it's just an act or not.
In Get Smart, when Max appears to be humping a male Control agent (he's actually trying to pull him off the table), a guard, in a rare male example, walks by and looks a little too interested before being pulled away.
In The Princess Diaries 2 (which is a Disney movie aimed at pre-teen girls, just so we're clear), there is a scene where Mia and her best friend Lilly are looking at prospective princes. Mia remarks that one prince shown is cute, to which her bodyguard Joseph replies, "His boyfriend thinks he's handsome also." Mia and Lilly's reaction is ... enthusiastic.
Rita: I think that's sexy, you ever been with a guy and a girl at the same time?
In Run, Fat Boy, Run!, Dennis and Gordon oversleep and have to race to the marathon in a cab, Dennis thrashing around trying to get dressed as they go. When they stop at a traffic light, they notice there's a woman looking into the cab at Dennis in his pants straddling Gordon... and she seems to be enjoying the show.
Anita Blake. Two guys together gets Anita and Belle Morte off.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer gets annoyed with the mutual jealousy of her two vampire ex-boyfriends and suggests putting them in a room together then have them get naked and wrestle it out while she watches. When Spike says it's fine with him, her eyes widen with excitement and she adds, "There could be oil of some kind involved.". Note that this trope is a view held by much of the show's fanbase as well.
Also Harmony in "Crush":
Harmony I told you: No threesomes Unless they're boy-boy-girl. Or Charlize Theron.note In this line, when Harmony says that she only does boy - boy - girl threesomes, what Harmony means is that she wants the guys to have sex with each other and her at the same time in her two guy and one girl threesomes. A boy-girl-boy threesome is a two guy and one girl threesome without bisexual contact. A boy-boy-girl threesome is a two guy, one girl threesome with bisexual contact.
There was a skit on The Chris Rock Show where two men cross paths on the street and it looks like they're about to fight... and they make out instead. All you can hear from the audience is women squeeing. You can watch it here (even if the end was just spoiled out of necessity). While hilarious, the clip is sadly a case of artistic license, as racial bias and tension have long been a sore point in the gay community.
Doctor Who, "Deep Breath": Strax scans Clara's subconscious and finds images of what he generously interprets as "young men playing sport."
Strax: Well... it could be sport...
In the Farscape episode "Won't Get Fooled Again", one of the many crazy scenes involves a Camp Gay D'Argo propositioning John. Apparently Chiana wants to watch...
In one Friends episode, Rachel had an Erotic Dream that featured Chandler. Later, it also included Joey, then Rachel mentions that sometimes it was just Chandler and Joey. The guys leer until they realise what that means.
One of the Patients of the Week on Grey's Anatomy was a gay soldier. Once his boyfriend comes to visit him they are alone and proceed to make out. Meredith Grey walks by, and stares at them with much interest.
Noah's Arc: Brandy finds two guys together quite sexy, though overall the trope goes without saying for the LGBT genre (at least on the male end).
A meta-example: Queer as Folk was a show about gay men and their relationships and sex lives. Its primary audience was meant to be gay/bi men and, to a lesser extent, lesbians. Yet it gained a huge fanbase among straight women.
Saturday Night Live has a recurring skit called the "Kissing Family" which features a considerable amount of intense guy-on-guy kissing. Inevitably there will be squeals of delight which overpower the laughter.
Jordan: We should have sex later. Dr Cox: (unnerved) How did you get from that image to that thought?
There was an episode of Sex and the City where the girls rent gay porn for this reason and watch it together.
State of Play. A homosexual member of the newsroom mentions he just slept with the man they've been investigating. When he asks if they want him to go into detail the men immediately say "No!" while the female journalists have exactly the opposite response.
A.J. Roach: It's a great spectacle. Especially guys running around in their speedos, wrestling and pressing up against each other. So it's a good sport to watch. Edwina Barthowlmew: That sounds like the Greek Olympics.
"And we go to Surf City 'cause it's two to one Go to Surf City, gonna have some fun Go to Surf City 'cause it's two to one Go to Surf City, gonna have some fun Go to Surf City 'cause it's two to one Two boys for every girl"
Twilight Sparkles Secret Shipfic Folder... well, there's the "My First Slash" goal, the "I'm Not Gay I Swear" goal, the "Quite" goal, and then there's the pictures of "Life Threatening Illness" and "They fight crime" and then there's... basically, the game all but states Twilight loves this trope.
In Shadow Hearts: Covenant, after you beat The Great Gama in Joachim's sidequest, he passes on his abilities to Joachim by engaging in some off-screen gay sex with him in the wrestling ring right in front of the whole party. While Juri isn't especially thrilled to see this, Anastasia comments that she finds it "beautiful".
In Deiz, one of the endings has a director kidnapping you and your best friend and forcing you to make out on camera because of this trope.
In order to force Ethan to get together with a guy who previously called him out on his jerkish behaviour, Robin adds a clause to the anti-cancer bill she's trying to get through Congress that will force the two to make out at least once a week. As soon as she does, the bill gains significant support among women.
Amber repeatedly expresses enthusiasm for anything which results in two dudes getting it on.
In Skin Horse, Tip and Konstantin mud-wrestling attracts quite an audience, including a Kinsey-Sevennote For those just joining us at home, the Kinsey Scale runs 0-6, with 0 being perfectly heterosexual and 6 being perfectly homosexual lesbian and a sapient swarm of bees.
Sticky Dilly Buns, a spin-off from Ménage à 3 (see above), features the naive, virginal Ruby, who is doomed to a rapid education in life, including, early on, exposure to the sight of two gay guys having sex. She subsequently suffers flashbacks to the scene, and can't disguise the fact that she found at least one of them very good-looking.