Unsurprisingly, it took my early 20s to figure myself out, when I hopelessly fell in love with someone and could do nothing about it.
I was trapped in the proverbial closet and I found the courage to be myself for the first time only when I spread my wings and went to study in America. Once I sort of got comfortable in my own skin, my approach to dating was based on an inherent desire for love and companionship rather than just mere sex and fun.
While searching for “the one,” you will come across many who are not “the one.” In fact, you usually come across “the one” you will never want to see or even remember again.
Here are the 10 types of guys you will most certainly come across in the dating scene: Creeping and lurking in the darkened corner of Grindr until the early hours, the slutty guy is a very common species in the genus of gay men, in fact, most homosexual men are sluts and void of any ounce of love and romance, so coming across these creatures is as common a sight as a Pikachu jumping out of a bush in Pokémon Go.
Yes, he is very tall, yes he walks like a man — a real man — and yes he is every inch the ultimate masculine form and has no limp wrists or sassy “sista” mannerisms in sight, but he is not boyfriend material and you deserve so much better.
This relationship is bad for your self-esteem and has no real future, unless you're comfortable with being known as a dirty secret for the rest of your life.
Sometimes it feels like you are banging your head onto a solid brick wall.He told me my friend was a bad listener, interrupted him a lot and he couldn’t a word in. Ask open-ended questions and when all else fails try, “tell me more about that.” It works like a charm.You might not think guys notice the little things, but most do.We all seek out very different things in life and over the years I’ve learnt that the key to finding harmony is about connecting with those who are on the same page as us.Especially with romance and dating, nothing is more fatal than an unfortunate pairing of souls whose ultimate objectives are on diverging paths.