I relate to this so much it hurts
@Donutfilm, are you coming out as gay?
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, no, just as antisocial
@Donutfilm, its the same thing
@Donutfilm, I think I'd prefer this to what my mom does. She use to tell her friends I was single and they'd be like "omg, so is my daughter! We should get them together!" And my mom would try to match me up with her friend's daughters saying things like "she is such a nice girl and shes cute" and every time.... every goddamn time..... it was a girl, like a hundred pounds heavier than me, just flatout assuming that they were about to be in a relationship with some dude they've never met. I'm not a shallow guy, and I let them all down as softly as I could without hurting their feelings, but it's normal to have standards. With that being said, every girl I've dated since has been a self-centered, cutthroat xanax fiend.
@Donutfilm, the word is asocial but yeah I getcha my sister still teases me for never having a had romantic attachment (I’m 22) the way my brain functions I’m not even sure I’m capable of experiencing romantic attraction not a sociopath but I’d say I’m not too far off
What's even worse is that, looking back, multiple girls have sent me quite obvious hints that they like me. Past me was not very receptive
@Nudity Industries, it's hard when perceived hints are acted upon and you get completely shjt on and embarrassed for thinking she could EVER be into someone like YOU! That can scar for life.
Or if she is dropping hints they're like Rube Golberg hints and you have to be studying and analyzing every single thing they do from every angle and have a perfect memory.
Definitely some girls I should have asked out rather than the ones that I did.
It's hard but do try to ask out a person you like. And tell all the people you know to be forward and honest with someone they like but to not take it too much to heart if they're rejected. It'll make the world a better place.
I grew up in a Catholic household where homosexuality is frowned upon (I don't have anything against it but my brother's and dad...). Anyway, the fact that I've never had a girlfriend and some of my interests (namely reading YA novels and theatre) has led to my family thinking I may be gay over the years. And all but my younger brother (but I don't think he would care) have confided in me that it's okay if I'm gay. But I'm straight. It's gotten to the point where I try to overcompensate by commenting on attractive women on tv. But at this point I think my dad is convinced and even if I got married to a woman he'd think I'm just covering it up. Come to think of it, that might be why he was pushing me to become a priest.
@18bluecat, really confuse them and marry a trap
I turned this into a game. My family doesn't know if I'm gay or not.
I got girls I didn't even like when my dad would insinuate that I was gay, then put up with then for months. Its fvcking hard dating people you dont like and I never will again.
Jesus never ending hounding when I was younger, like college and a full time job doesn’t mean anything.