Sometimes I get to thinkin maybe the Christians are right, and gay males only want to have sex with each other and are incapable of meaningful love.
I'm pretty good looking, have a high iq, and am not a NEET, and all I can seem to do is find guys who want to have sex.
I've had boyfriends before, but I never felt I truly loved them, just felt a strong affection for them.
I'd rather not turn out to be some kind of emotional reject who never gets to have an important part of the human experience k.
Please tell me I just haven't found someone yet. Also let's hear stories about guys who love their boyfriends and why.
You probably got an idealized image of love in your head, and that's why the 'real thing' didn't feel like you expected.
>Please tell me I just haven't found someone yet
Most likely. Finding someone to love is hard, especially if you're gay since we have a smaller date pool.
>gay males only want to have sex
THEN WHY AM I NOT GETTING ANY
Yeah, you have an idealized image of love thats not even a thing among straights
Nothing wrong with sex lol
I mean you had boyfriends before and didn't love them, just had that strong affection
That could be it pretty much fampai
Aside from all the garbage you've listed to play down how much of a cuck you are it's entirely possible to find romance within another male and share it exclusively between the two.
I'd like to say I have a success story, however right now the person I love is currently evaluating if I'm the right person to spend his life with into the future. And I don't blame him.
me pretty much desu. but i hardly leave my social circles and meet new people, gays especially. it would be a miracle to get a bf like this. buuut im good looking, busy, have lots of friends and yea im hoping ill get a bf but when im ready.
Maybe the problem with finding love is this
>I'm pretty good looking, have a high iq, and am not a NEET, and all I can seem to do is find guys who want to have sex.
ever stop to think you are overlooking the guys that are willing to have that kind of relationship because like most gay men you are too hung up on looks?
I feel as if our society wants us to think gay male love is like this as that is how we are shownin the media. But yes gay male love does exist: it is just harder to find than other kinds of love because the dating pool is murky waters.
But that doesn't make any sense, the media is overwhelmingly owned by the left and they are pushing hard the agenda that gay love is identical to straight love.
You have to look outside tv and media to find that people are feeling this way.
It's pathetic when sex is all you care/can think about.
But otherwise having a high-sex drive doesn't seem pathetic at all to me. I mean, sex is rad.
it's degenerate, but it seems to have happened to straight people as well. hook-ups have become incredibly popular over the past 30 years.
There's nothing you can really do about it though. Except seek out people who think similarly to you.
I wonder how the entire gay marriage thing will compare to straight marriages in a few decades.
I will love you desu senpai.
I know that feel bro. I have a long-distance open relationship with my boyfriend. He's like twice my weight and never has any trouble finding a hookup, and just over here being a 21 year old kissless virgin. I don't know what to do :(
>hook-ups have become incredibly popular over the past 30 years
casual sex has always been popular
the difference is that people kept it in secret before because it was bad for their reputation, now nobody really cares.
>idealized image of love thats not even a thing among straights
this is correct.
the only people who experience the intense feeling of love that you describe are pre-teens, bi-polar people, and deluded people who frequently project an idealized 'perfect romantic partner' archetype onto a person who they actually don't know very well.
find someone who you enjoy fucking and get along well with as friends. the only real differences between gfs/bfs and fwbs are: one, the expectation of sexual exclusivity; and two, how you frame your relationship and act among your intimate social circles.
Gay male monogamy is essentially nonexistent. I say this as a gay man.
All the studies, surveys, everything that has been done to measure the permanence of monogamous gay relationships has shown that they are bewilderingly rare. Gay men basically do not date, and if they do it's as "exclusive fuckbuddies" for a while.
Except most past studies have pulled their surveys from lgbt groups, gay bars, etc. whereas nowadays we know it's something like less than 30% of lgbt people go to lgbt events and groups, and even less go there regularly.
But yeah from what's out there so far the track record is pretty abysmal.
Basically. It's human nature to fuck like rabbits. Breeders have been indoctrinated for hundreds of years about MUH MONOGAMY, and it only works for half of them. Monogamy is hard, regardless of who you want to fuck. Fags just have a lot less pretense around it because of all this sexual liberation bullshit.
All that being said, I would still only be interested in a monogamous relationship as a gay man.
>I wonder how the entire gay marriage thing will compare to straight marriages in a few decades.
Will probably look a lot better. Not because gays are better, mind you, but because marriage is something new for gays and is not already entrenched in how we see our relationships.
Like, straights get married simply because they've been together for a while and assume that marriage is the obvious next step. Meanwhile gays don't have that same pressure, so if they get married, at least they thought about it and made a real decision.