Some things you just learn with age, and on a recent r/askgaybros Reddit thread, dudes revealed what dating advice they’d tell their younger selves.Their words of wisdom range the gamut from using Grindr to chasing straight guys to cultivating self-confidence and self-worth.Outside, there’d be moments: going to LGBT spaces and not feeling comfortable at contact; him being hit on by a group of girls on the Tube, and not acknowledging me; not even introducing you to their friends.” James was plagued by insecurity."[He set] the boundaries enough to let me think, hope, there's a chance, it just needs time; but there was always that nagging feeling, the dread it could end.”Out guys are likely to feel sympathy for the straight guy in these situations – they’ve been there – and it’s common for gay or bi men to believe those who don’t come out are not living a full life, even if the straight guy feels that’s not the case.To submit your questions or ideas, or to simply learn more, see our about us page: link below. Wiley Online Library requires cookies for authentication and use of other site features; therefore, cookies must be enabled to browse the site.
What does it mean to put a label on your sexuality, to assign a category to your own existence? Does it result from your actions, or how you feel inside?