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One of the biggest dating traps for gay men is becoming romantically interested in straight men. Many a storyline has been written in porn about the seduction of gay and straight men in various sexual scenarios, and this can certainly be hot from a dramatic and titillation standpoint. There’s nothing inherently wrong with this because our attractions are unique to each of us and all of us are able to appreciate beauty, regardless of gender or sexual orientation.

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One of the big “question mark” situations that is quite common among singles is when their ex-boyfriend comes back into the picture. Sparks start flying again and you both begin to ponder the possibility of reconciling and starting a new relationship with each other. You feel torn because you’re feeling a renewed attraction with someone familiar and have a resurgence of fantasies of what could be, while at the same time you recognize that you broke up with him once before for a particular reason.

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I often get letters from guys who are in the throes of dating relationships with men of the same sexual role preference (two tops, the ones doing the penetrating during sex, and two bottoms, the ones being penetrated) and find themselves experiencing frustration and conflict when their sexual fulfillment takes a hit and their needs are unmet. This is a common scenario and can create strain in an otherwise perfectly compatible partnership when everything is aligned just right except the bedroom satisfaction element.

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Have you seen DatingAdvice.com’s lastest study that says gay Americans are more likely to kiss on the first date than our straight counterparts? If not, check it out here. What are your thoughts on why this might be the case? Equally striking is the amount of gay men who report their dislike for this form of affection and intimacy. Why would this be? For me, there’s no bigger turn-on!

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How do you know if the guy you’re dating is the right one for you? How can you tell if you’re REALLY with Mr. Right? We live in a society where we are raised believing we deserve and should have the best of everything. In the relationship world of plentiful, I’ve often heard men say they are on a quest for the best-looking guy, the biggest penis, the wealthiest man, etc. So when you eventually meet someone you feel compatible with, it’s not all that uncommon to ask yourself, “But is this ‘The One?’”

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I’ve had an influx of readers and clients lately who have finally met the man of their dreams and are happily paired in a new dating relationship (after what seems like a lifetime of trying to find him), only to be disappointed and distressed when they discover the sex has gone flat and they’re struggling in the bedroom. They are thrilled to have Mr. Right in their lives, but they miss the sexual highs and adventure of their single life.

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One of the big questions surrounding gay dating is, “Where do I meet quality guys?” It can be difficult in large metropolitan areas to find someone compatible with one’s personal requirements for a partner and relationship, but this challenge is made that much more troublesome for those men who live in rural, conservative or culturally-sanctioned areas against homosexuality around the globe.

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One of the most torturous symptoms of the breakup blues is struggling with being able to let go of your ex. This is especially the case when you are the partner who didn’t want the relationship to end, but even initiators of a relationship termination go through this as well. You know how it is. Your mind becomes preoccupied with thoughts of him that just won’t go away. You can’t stop thinking about him and what he’s doing, let alone who he’s with.

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One of the most common gripes I hear from gay men is the complete lack of social etiquette or regard they feel they receive from dating prospects on the singles circuit. This is disheartening. As an already disenfranchised and stigmatized community, why can’t we treat each other with more compassion and kindness? We are, after all, in this together. Whether it be fear of rejection, hurting someone’s feelings, ignorance or blatant bad manners, we all have a responsibility to treat our fellow gay compatriots with common courtesy.

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While our gay community is enjoying some well deserved heightened acceptance of our identities and relationships in society nowadays, the process of coming out as a gay man to ourselves and others can still be a difficult and painful journey. Coming to terms with our sexuality means facing the fact that we’re different from the norm and confronting fears about losing relationships with family and friends if they choose not to support us. It’s a form of grieving process that also involves working through feelings of shame, guilt, and fear as we work to combat internalized homophobia. But the benefits are great for those who dare, for living a life of authenticity parallels no other. To be “out” means to be free, spontaneous, uninhibited, and unafraid of judgment.

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