Jorge is a bisexual guy who has mentored other LGBT people over the years. He likes to share his experience with others. We're assuming that you're a woman, of course. If you're a man, and you think your boyfriend might be gay, then. The good news is that your boyfriend or husband is likely not gay at all.
I wasn't the only one. Like most twentysomethings, we met through friends at university and bonded over a mutual love of all the usual things: good TV shows, sad songs, and dancing into the early hours. After bumping into each other and occasionally flirting for the best part of a year, we started working at the same pub and consequently spent a lot of time together. One thing led to another. We spent the first few months hanging out, swapping stories and getting to know each other like any other couple, regardless of gender or sexual preference. The break up was eventful.
Show less There are lots of reasons why you might want to know if your friend is gay. There are some important things that you have to understand about this situation before going forward, however. Someone's sexuality is highly complex and highly private, and you may be starting more problems than you solve by trying to find out.
Here's how to inoculate ourselves against negative ones. Verified by Psychology Today. Love and Sex in the Digital Age. My longtime friend and colleague Dr. Joe Kort has been treating and writing about gender and sexual orientation issues for nearly three decades.