preferably when your alone, so if anything goes wrong you haven't got the whole world staring at you. ok if you havent asked her out yet, don't do it as soon as she says yes, a nice thing to do then is to hold her hand- i think it is when there is a silent moment and she is looking at you in a nice way, don't just surprise her!!
No, but it doesn't mean he isn't either. A man is gay if he is attracted to men, has little to no sexual attraction to women, and if he identifies himself as a gay man. It has nothing to do with what clothes or colors you wear, or what somebody else says about your mannerisms. No, this doesn't mean anything about him. When people say that someone is "acting gay" this is usually based on stereotypes that are often inaccurate. Not all gay guys have a high pitched, preppy voice and they don't all act girly. In fact most of them are indistinguishable from strait people. The stereotype exists because of those few (incredibly annoying) gay people who just have to act girly and go around hitting on straight guys and little boys. The vast majority of gay people are nothing like this, and just because a guy acts girly doesn't mean he's gay...ever heard of metrosexuals? And as far as someone saying that he "acts" gay...rumors can be vicious. What a person wears today has little or nothing to do with their sexual identity. This may have come from the days when gays were largely disapproved of in society and would wear certain things to identify themselves to other gays. Today that practice is not practical. There is still a certain amount of mythology about gays though, such as 'they wear purple on Thursdays', 'they have a secret handshake', etc. Although they do say "Clothes make the Man", the fact that a guy wears black & gray certainly doesn't spell "gay" to me.....If we were talking BRIGHT pink or fushia shirts or pants...then, yes, he might be suspect. Sometimes men who dress well (i.e. their wives, girlfriends, mommies don't buy clothes for them) and have a sense of fashion get branded as gay by others...WHY?? I have NO idea. Not sure of the AGE of the guy in question here, BUT after Columbine and similar school tragedies, ANYONE wearing BLACK ALL of the time and in high school or grammar school would be suspect for criminal intentions! NOT sexual orientation type of issues!! No. He could just be an artist. Or a r-e-a-a-l-l-y bad dresser. == == == ==
Depends on how much time he has on his hands. They say that men think about sex 98% of their day.I find that number to be a bit inflated because how can they focus on their jobs and other tasks for only 2%. In my opinion I think 40-50% would be more accurate unless they are an addict. To be in love with a woman takes time. Its infatuation right now. Love is cultivated and nutured over time and has many emotions with it. He should make the move and stop wondering.
Maybe he's not interested anymore. The above could be true, but more often or not the guy could be very shy or he's busy. If you're interested in him and know his name or phone # then give him a call. If not, then try to be at the same place you may both hang out at.
Breaking up with him would only cause more problems, ask yourself are you happy, if no then go, if you are but you don't feel he appreciates you then tell him, sit him down and tell him so, really talk about, tell him how it upsets you and ask him to make some extra effort. Don't break up with him just to make him realise what he's got, this is bound to backfire and cause more heartache. Break up