If it fits you and you like it, there's no reason not to keep it, full stop. Who do we want to be? We need to stop perpetuating the idea that all the good ones are either taken, straight, or live far away. Figuring out those friendships post-breakup is a pain in the ass.
But I see this differently.
Or do you remain aloof, soldiering through and exuding resilience? We even joke that gay years are like dog years for relationships. Getting married wasn't an option for our community until very recently, so commitment from a legal standpoint was actually far from a lot of our minds.
I get the sense from your letter that you may be trying to show him in a very positive light but actually, you feel angry and betrayed by his decision to stay with his long-term partner and baby. We go through a second adolescence. The notion of break up sex is all very well, but he chose to go ahead with it presumably knowing that one outcome might be a baby.
While it can feel like dating, and ultimately finding someone amazing is impossible in the gay world, we have to remain optimistic if we really do want to find someone.
How about this: Stick around at the bar. Or perhaps the two of you might exchange pleasantries and you'll both get on with your night. While it can feel like dating, and ultimately finding someone amazing is impossible in the gay world, we have to remain optimistic if we really do want to find someone.
Now, all relationships are complex. Barrett Pall.
Within minutes of our rendezvous, he messaged me to say how fantastic the sex was and that he wanted to see me again. And for better or worse, the second something starts to go sour, we have reminders that there are men everywhere. Blige, no more drama. No, hear us out on this: Reaching out and dipping your toe back into the sexual waters could be exactly what's in order.
Likely, there'll be a custody battle. Then it's just bad manners to keep it hostage, we suppose.