Hooking up for gay and bisexual men is now easier than it was ever before. With countless dating apps at our disposal, we can get a dick delivered to our room quicker than a Domino’s pizza. While this is liberating and fun for many, it has sidetracked many men from pursuing real and more fulfilling relationships. Moreover, it has made people think that gay guys are just interested in having casual sex. The world has developed the wrong notion about us. Many of us are actually interested in more fulfilling relationships. For that reason, we go on dates like everyone else.
But, our dates tend to be a little different. In this article, I’ll share some insights about what happens when two dudes go on a date for the first time.
Many gay dudes think that flaking out on their date is totally cool. That’s why sending a confirmation text is a must. You’ll probably receive and send out a few confirmation texts one or two hours before the decided time.
Many times, gay guys meet online or on chat lines like GuySpy Voice. They chat and talk and if they like each other, they decide to go on a date. Since, this is the first meeting, they’ll have a moment of awkward hi. Do they hug? Do they shake hands? Do they just say hi? Answering this question is impossible. Whichever way you choose for greeting, do it with confidence.
Finding Something to Discuss
Once you have seated down with him, the next difficult thing is to determine what you should talk about. Two dudes on a date don’t talk about any conversation they’ve had online so that they can know more about each other and discuss more things.
The Inevitable Inquiry
Almost all gay guys share one experience: coming out to friends and family. So, the other dude will likely ask you when you came out. It will open up the conversation and you can both share your experience.
Checking Out Other Guys
If your date is super-hot, you’re less likely to notice any other guy around you. But, if he is super boring, it’ll be hard for you to circumvent your wandering eyes. Whatever the case, avoid becoming transfixed on another hunk while you are on a date.
You can’t do anything to stop awkward silence in the conversation. The silence may be unbearable, but you shouldn’t become annoyed. Try to ask some first-date questions from him to spark more conversation.
Inquiries about past boyfriends and romantic history may come up on a first date. This isn’t anything bad. There is no need to be ashamed of your past. Honesty is the best policy when it comes to maters of the heart. However, don’t let it take over the date. Keep this discussion to the minimum.
If you and the other dude have ordered more than two drinks, you’ll likely have to take a bathroom break. Taking break during the date will give you some time to assess the other dude and determine whether he’s really worth your time. It’s also your chance to plan an escape route if things aren’t working out.
Paying the Bill
In the gay world, it’s hard to decide who’ll pay the bill. If you are really into the guy, I suggest you snatch up that bill and pay for him.
Want to Watch a Movie
The “watch a movie” question usually means asking about coming over for staying the night. If the other guy asks you this and you really dig him, go over to his house and indulge in some carnal pleasure. This will also help you assess your partner’s skills in bed.
The goodbye will be awkward just like the “hi” in the beginning. You could just hug him or kiss him on the cheek. Or, if your date was a total disaster, a formal handshake is enough. That’ll make it clear that you aren’t interested, and it was your first and the last date with him. See ya!