Part of this has to do with a machismo factor on the part of some gay men and part of it relates to simply not knowing the basics.
Have you purposely excluded someone from your friendship circle because you think that he’s not good enough to be your friend?
Chances are that you yourself don’t feel worthy enough to be loved by others. The loudest people are often the most afraid, the most confident often the most anxious and the most popular are often the loneliest.
Also, there was no “Sixteen Candles”-inspired ending with dimmed lights, cake, intimacy and more cake.
That is, unless you can count a Skylar Grey concert and a semi-romantic drive to Arby’s (he paid for my fries! Either way, that night played out like a scene out of “Nick & Norah’s Infinite Playlist.” In which case, my first date was better than yours.
Do you discount someone else’s success by spreading rumours that he slept his way to the top?
Chances are you are insecure about your own ability to achieve your goals.
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Read them all in order to fully absorb their deeper meaning.
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Why do we look at the success of other gay men and find reasons to justify why they’re not deserving of it?