We aren't like gay men who shamelessly advertise incessant fabulous gay parties all over the Internet.(Please, dear god, make me a gay man in my next life).
I hate narcissists (like, really hate them), but even though I try to veer them away, I can’t help but have sexual tension with them; as it turns out, I’m not the only one. When we see a guy who is physically in shape, we tend to associate him with a host of other positive traits (even if it doesn’t apply)—it’s called the “halo effect.” People with exploitive personalities are more efficient at creating confidence and humor, but over time, it tends to decline once the observer realizes he’s an asshole.
” Listening and responding is key, have the conversation flow organically rather than letting it stifle away into nothingness. We’re visual creatures, but personality is something that sinks in our brain long after the person is gone.
Maybe it was my aloofness that drew in the dudes (straight girls take note), but damn, dudes were easy like ~Sunday morning~.
All you have to do is bat a lash, act entirely disinterested, cold and bitchy, and boys will fall at your feet.
Recently, I've been getting a lot of private Facebook messages from baby lesbians who are freshly out of the closet and asking me all kinds of questions:“How do I date girls? I will never forget how terrified I was when I first realized I wanted to exclusively swim in the girl pond. I exerted zero effort into attracting boy creatures, but I learned quickly that I didn't really need to.
It can feel wildly intimidating to be a little, vulnerable kitten tossed into a teeming cesspool of seasoned dykes.
I’ve spent hours researching scientific ways we can make the gay dating experience better for, not only us but for the lucky men we choose to date. I understand we can’t help ourselves, but if you’re digging him, the last thing you want him to think is that you have a wondering eye.
One way to do this is by relating each subject with curiosity — I mean, ? ” or “That’s so awesome you like to cook—what’s your favorite dish? Staring at a hot guy who just walked into the restaurant kills the moment, especially on the first date.
While the common dating ‘rules’ – not that I believe in rules – can apply to anybody, there are perhaps a few things we, as gay guys, need to pay a little more attention to.
Cast your net further afield We can be a very picky bunch.
Having fixed ideas of what you want – which usually boil down to looks and little else – could be standing in your way of meeting some great guys.