Posted on Friday 8th of May 2020 02:37:02 PM
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You'll never guess who was the first person I've dated as a curly single? It was an attractive girl from Columbia who had my back for a year and a half. We had some fun in high school together, we were friends in college, we broke up, I dated another guy for a couple years and then we both broke up because she was too much of a wild child for me to be monogamous with her, so that's how it all went down. She was cute and very intelligent and I fell in love and married her because we have the same dream, so she wasn't an option to me.
I had never dated someone like her, ever. So I thought to myself, "If this girl is so hot, why not date her?" And I decided to do it, because I thought she was hot too and I wanted to date a hot girl, especially since I've met people in my life who were hotter than I am and it wasn't really working out. This girl and I talked, but it was never anything serious, it was just an introductory conversation. She never said anything about me, she just liked my style and the way I dressed, and the fact that I was a single woman. And then she asked me if I would do her the favor of dating her. I was really nervous because I didn't know what to expect. She was just a normal looking girl who asked me to date her. But I had no problem with it and I was super happy with it. She was very beautiful and sweet and pretty. I'm really glad she was interested in me and I wanted to do something nice for her. After a day or two of dating, we met up at her place on the way to the gym. We had a really nice conversation and she was so into me. She even let me borrow her gym clothes to try on a pair of shorts. She wasn't going to tell anyone, so I got her number and texted her back the same day. I'm really sorry it took me so long to tell you guys this, but I am a gay. This guy is amazing. He's always making me laugh and making me want to meet girls, and then I'm going to be in a relationship with him and he'll be the best boyfriend ever. And my life is so great. I'll always be able to get my nails done and work out and get all that. And I've been with a man for 6 months and he's amazing. And then I got really angry at him. And I'm like, "What did you just say?" and he just goes, "I'm so sorry that you have to have to go through this. I know that I love you, but it's just a fact that you're straight. And we're not going to be together." And I'm like, "Well, do you just hate it? If so, then you should just be straight." (laughter) And he was like, "Well, you shouldn't hate it. You should love it. If you love it, then we should be together." So, that's how I feel about it. I've just got to go through with it. I don't really understand why they're always in love with straight people. They want to be with us. But, I'm kind of a closet lesbian. And I don't know what to say. I have a pretty good boyfriend. And I'm pretty sure that's a pretty great feeling. It's not like I would be so sad if I could not have any kind of relationship with my boyfriend.
The thing is, I just can't come up with any reason why this girl is different from me. She's all the same to me. I want to know why she's different than me. There's something about her that I know she wants me. If I could somehow come up with the reasons for why she isn't a virgin, then I could change her. I could become friends with her and learn more about her. I could even become her boyfriend. And the worst of it is, if I didn't try, I might never get to know her at all. I'm sure it wouldn't matter to her, but if she really was a virgin, I would have to be able to prove that.
Now I'm going to make my next move. I'm going to break this off and keep trying to talk to her and keep her interested. It's not as though we're not friends or anything. We've met on Plenty of Fish, we're on Good Morning America together, we're good friends. But I know I've got to do better. I've got to convince her that I'm a guy who's interested in a relationship. It's not a hard sell, and I've done it many times in the past. In fact, I've met girls who, when I mentioned a desire to go back to college, were shocked to hear that I was a gay man. (And of course they were!) But here's the thing. If I'm going to be a real man, I need to show a girl that I'm interested in going to college and working hard and doing what I need to do to earn a degree.
I know this will be difficult for many guys.