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Am I saying no to all the other guys who might be the one I want to spend my life with?
I feel like I only want to date someone who I am 100% convinced I'll be with forever." —Craig, 21 "Between Grindr and talking to people on all the others, it takes up a few hours a day. When you are constantly texting multiple people and don't respond to one, you get the infamous question mark text. It's just a lot." —Taylor, 22 "Because of dating apps, you can find out where a guy works, what kind of company he keeps, and all the places he's lived before even meeting him.
There aren't any surprises." —Peter, 25 "Along the lines of masc guys saying they don't want fem guys to message them, guys clearly state they don't want 'ethnic guys.' Race in dating, even in 2015, seems like an issue.
Can't you just date me for me and not be turned on/off by my tan skin?
You can be having a great conversation with a guy online, then, at the slightest suspicion that you are a total queen, you are ghosted. We just need to learn that some guys really are into Britney Spears while others really do love monster trucks, but that doesn't define what they can bring to dating or a relationship." —Jeremy, 22 "The biggest struggle of dating is the internal battle one undergoes when deciding if he wants an open, polyamorous, or monogamous relationship.
I've been in all three relationships and neither was perfect, but all provided wonderful learning and growth opportunities.
I feel like a lot of twentysomethings, because of immaturity, aren't as informed about the disease and stigmatize it." —Christian, 27 "If I settle with one guy, delete Tinder, and stay in all the time, am I going to miss out on The One?
So when I started dating, I viewed what I wanted from those examples.
But I've learned that those romantic conventions don't work when you are trying to date a queer person.
The dynamic of two men being together IS DIFFERENT.
I was becoming attractive, to the point where other guys were staring and had lust in their eyes.
To say I wish I was a big boy again would not be too far from the truth.
Queer men are varying shades of the rainbow." —Chris, 25 "I went from a 225-pound fat boy to a 145-pound athletic guy.