There are HIV-negative gay men in this world who would knowingly have sex (and perform risky sexual acts) with someone who has no clue what his status is or never gets tested than an HIV-positive undetectable gay man, who adheres to his antiretroviral therapy and is healthy. The reason that makes little to no sense […]Read More How Prejudiced Are You Against HIV-Positive People?
Gay Pop Buzz published a piece titled 7 Struggles of Gay Dating When You’re Super Attractive, and I decided to dissect each item in the list to ascertain whether these are exclusively hot guy issues, or if they’re just conundrums of the general gay community. Now, at first read, I was unsure whether this “article” […]Read More An Average-Looking Gay’s Response to The 7 ‘Struggles’ of An Attractive Gay
Research on same-sex male couples revealed an interesting trend: open relationships seem to work better for gay men. As a matter of fact, a little over 40 percent of gays keep the love alive by sleeping with other dudes. Another researcher found that non-monogamous couples seem to be more satisfied because their communication is better. […]Read More Would you open your relationship?
The inefficiency of Grindr and other gay “dating” apps is they provide too many options for people who want genuine, non-sexual friendships. An app that offers sex alongside networking and friends simply doesn’t make a lot of sense. What does make sense is having a platform that gives gay men the option to seek a […]Read More Can you actually make friends on gay apps?