Four months ago, while working away from home on a contract, I hooked up with a guy on a dating site. It was an incredible experience. He said he was straight though, and that he had never been with a guy before, apart from messing around in his teens and was just curious.
I remember having no problem the first time I asked a guy out. But it was a simple matter because I knew he was gay. But what it I didn't?
I am 31, and have been dating my boyfriend, J, for a year. I am developing deep feelings for him, but have an inkling that he is a sexually repressed homosexual. I do not want to end up falling in love with him, marrying — having children — only to find out that, although he may have loved me, we never truly shared a sexual attraction.
Before you can post or reply in these forums, please join our online community. I am female, and around 6 months ago, my boyfriend of 4 years came out as bisexual to a gay friend of mine when he was really drunk. He never planned to come out but my gay friend confronted him about it when he had his guard down. This is something I always suspected and knew deep down.
Ross, a year-old queer person from Glasgow, says he's experienced anti-femme abuse on dating apps from guys that he hasn't even sent a message to. The abuse got so bad when Ross joined Jack'd that he had to delete the app. On other occasions, Ross says he received a torrent of abuse after he had politely declined a guy who messaged him first.
It was the height of the Aids crisis and she was in the waiting room of an inner-city STI clinic, frequented by those most at risk of HIV: gay men, injecting drug users, sex workers. A positive result, back then, would have been a death sentence. In the clinic a friendly gay counsellor asked Megan to step into his room and asked her if everything was OK.
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I am scared of ending up as one of those poor women who are married for several years only for it to emerge that her husband is actually gay. I am in a new relationship with a lovely guy. Both of us were looking for someone special, and appear to have found what we wanted in each other.
I wasn't the only one. Like most twentysomethings, we met through friends at university and bonded over a mutual love of all the usual things: good TV shows, sad songs, and dancing into the early hours. After bumping into each other and occasionally flirting for the best part of a year, we started working at the same pub and consequently spent a lot of time together. One thing led to another.