Introduction Dating can be like a roller coaster ride sometimes with its fun highs and frustrating lows. Ever wonder why some guys have more luck with the dating game than others? Ever contemplate what it takes to become more successful with men? Well, that's a tricky business and there's no scientific formula that will yield those positive results. I believe dating is partly luck and LOTS of preparation. This article will list ten characteristics common to the profile of a successful gay dater.
Some of us secretly fantasize about the day our hot, adorable gay pal realizes that he's totally straight for you—even what he's been looking for this whole time, and you fall into each others' arms, giggling and cuddling forever. Well, I decided to live the dream when I started a hot and heavy affair with a flamboyantly gay man. This is that story.
Move over Matthew Morrison—looks like there's a new resident hottie on the Glee set! Turns out Chris Colfer, aka Kurt from Glee, is a ladies man—or at least he's pretty popular with drunk female fans. The 20-year-old who admits he's still getting used to his newfound popularity, revealed that he was "terrified" during a recent run-in with a group of Chris-crazy women.
Crushing on friends is nothing new. But for gays and lesbians, the whole thing is a little more difficult to navigate. My crushes on female friends raised a whole host of questions. It was never simply, "Does she like me?" It was more like, "Does she even like girls?" or "Will this ruin our friendship?" or "Could this scare her away?" or "If I tell her will she still want to hang out?" or ... well, I could go on and on.
The dang Dutch are at it again. After terrorizing us with wooden shoes and windmills for what feels like decades, they then allowed their name to be associated with crummy stuff like Von Dutch hats and Dutch ovens (not the thick-walled cooking vessel). And now they're trying to convince us that "gaydar" exists. But the study has many holes in it, and it seems as if a few too many assumptions are being made.
Within two years of reuniting, I sold my home in California and moved to Virginia to be with him. We moved into an apartment temporarily while our dream home was being built from the ground up, and Gary proposed to me on the newly poured foundation. Eight months later, we received the keys to our new home, and we were married the same evening in our empty dining room. For a while, my life seemed perfect. I had a handsome husband, a brand-new home, we both had stable careers. My husband went to work every day and came home on time every night, which gave me such a sense of security. I should have been a very happy woman, but for some reason, I wasn't. I started spiraling into a deep depression, and I couldn't understand why.
Finding out that your ex-husband, who you were married to for over 20 years, is, in fact, gay would be probably be a upsetting, maddening experience for most women, but not Fran Drescher. In a candid interview with Intouch Magazine, The Nanny actress revealed that her ex-husband, TV writer and producer Peter Marc Jacobson, is gay, but, in spite of his confession, the two remain extremely close.
Poor Michael Jackson. He was hounded everywhere he went when he was alive, and even after his death, the singer can’t rest in peace. The latest tawdry revelation about the late King of Pop is courtesy of Extra, who aired an interview this week with Jason Pfeiffer, a man who claims he was Jackson’s secret boyfriend up until the day he died.
We sat down with High Society's Paul Johnson Calderon to chat about why scruffy downtown boys trump uptown bluebloods, his distaste for LOL and why he hates to make the first move. Read on for some High Society dating advice.
We were appalled to read that researchers are blaming Facebook, of all things, for increased syphilis outbreaks in the U.K. Last year, Durham, Sunderland, and Teesside, the regions where Facebook is most popular, reported four times more than the usual number of syphilis cases. In an interview with The Telegraph, Professor Peter Kelly, director of public health in Teesside, speculated that social networking websites have made it easier for people to meet strangers for casual sex.
There's been a recent flurry of female celebrities (and real-life women) coming out as gay later in life. Whether lifelong lesbians we never knew about or women who just happened find love with another woman, these ladies are writing their own happy endings to the stories of their lives.