I can not remember the author, but this seems was Ray Bradbury. However, I've already read couple of his short stories, which would be matched by titles, and found nothing. It's probably not Ray Bradbury but someone who wrote around the same time: between 1950 and 1990.
The story starts with one time-traveler, he starts his travel in something like a U-boat/Time-Travel-Boat. After a while, another version of him appeared right inside this "Time-Travel-Boat". Thereafter, a third version, and then the next one, next one, next one, etc...
After some time, there were 20+ of him (may be 600 - six hundred). Some of them were from his childhood, and were very young. Others, on the opposite, were very old, with beards.
Everything mixed up. And such very-very funny chaos happened on this "Time-Travel-Boat".
I think it was short story.
By "U-boat" I'm meaning environment of action, something like a "U-boat", a closed/isolated atmosphere, without any chance of escape from it.
"funny chaos": because all of this 20+ persons - was one man, he knew everything about this place, about himself, about each of this 20+ crew members, about all this story, etc... And everyday life is turning in something very different.
The story is humorous, and each new "copy of him", makes the story more-and-more fun. Certainly, it was not a philosophical insight on time-traveling, though, I'm still thinking about this concept of duplication of personality.
There isn't any sex in it.
There are no other characters. Only copies/duplicates of the main character.