A gay 18-year-old man, I have to admit, is one of my favorite types. His behavior is always, “you’re the only gay person I care about.” And his actions are always, “you’re the only gay boy I care about.” And his thoughts are always, “you’re the only gay boy I care about.
That is why it’s so easy to be taken in by the allure of a gay guy. It’s not just that he seems super cool, his actions or thoughts are always super cool. But the thing is, it’s not just that he seems cool. His actions aren’t cool. His thoughts aren’t cool. His behavior isn’t cool. His whole life isn’t cool.
Well said – its not just that he seems cool. Its not just that his actions are cool. Its not just that his thoughts are cool. Its not just that his behavior is cool. Its not just that his life is cool. Its not just that he’s the only gay guy I care about. Its not just that he’s the only gay boy I care about. Its not just that he seems super cool. It’s not just that his actions are super cool.
We see this all the time on YouTube. A lot of people seem to be having a lot of fun and enjoying themselves in videos they produce, but its apparent to anyone who looks that these videos are a pretty big waste of time.
When I was 18 I decided to start paying attention to the gay community as a whole. That was many years ago, I probably didn’t realize it at the time, but it was a big deal. I met my first gay male friend, who I considered one of the coolest people I’d ever met, in high school. My friend was a big reason why I was dating girls my senior year.
I have found that a lot of my problems with dating younger girls have to do with the idea (at the time) that it was just a phase. Not that I was in a phase. I was still in high school. I was dating a guy I really liked at the time. The problem was that he was about 30 and looking for any girl who was willing to go out with him.
That’s not to say that it’s okay to date a gay guy now, just that it’s not okay to date someone who’s gay now. In other words, you should date someone who you think you’d be very good with (and who you think is gay) and who you think would treat you with respect and compassion. And you’re still going to date them, because that’s what friends are for.
I have this friend who is gay and shes been on this site for awhile. Shes been asking alot of questions about things that shes been wondering about. After about a month of asking these questions she finally just asked me. I told her what to do because I felt that she was already doing pretty good.
I’m actually pretty sure that she is gay. I think she’s really been on this website for a while now. So I have to say that I never felt like this site was a big deal until I met her. And I don’t think she really ever really took what she was saying seriously.
That is true. However, she was taking her situation seriously and was trying to have a real conversation about it. I didn’t really see this as a big deal at first. In fact, I think it was a relief for her because it meant she wasn’t just another online stranger, and I think she was genuinely trying to find out what her sexuality was.