High school dating advice guys
A first same-sex experience can either be a wowing confirmation of your emotional attractions, not at all what you expected, or a little bit of both.
Take your time when you're exploring the physical aspects of your sexuality.
I wasted great bonding time and denied myself some wonderful experiences by not being myself.
Of course, you should only come out when you're ready, and I wasn't at the time.
I was also somewhat distant from my co-ed hallmates. Looking back on the situation, most of the guys and girls around me were also excited about being away from home and exploring their own interests.
Months later, when I did come out, I found that most of them didn't care at all.
They're looking to find themselves in their own ways, and you're entitled to do the same. We eventually became good friends and came out to each other.
I later found out that they knew other gay people and they could have helped me make a connection.
Don't put all your hopes on one person when you're looking for gay friends on campus. I longed for a boyfriend, especially after I started meeting gay friends.
Usually, the best dating situations happen in the most unlikely of circumstances. Just like making gay friends, it's best to get out there and explore social or academic options on campus.
You and another great single guy will eventually find each other.
After months of thinking I was the only one, I ran across a guy in one of my classes who I thought might be gay. I invested a lot of time into trying to figure out if one guy was gay, as if he was my only option.