for him. I've never been in love before, or even liked anyone enough to develop feelings for them. (Other than just not being an asshole and general personal etiquette like not talking with food in your mouth). Is this how it's supposed to go? All of my past attempts at relationships have failed because of gay-bullying, or it turned he just wanted to hookup, or I was too eager for sex, or he just wasn't interested. It's a huge headache and I mean maybe it's just not for. So growing up I got all the straight dating etiquette (buy flowers/gifts, open doors, open their car door, pull out chairs, paying for the girl, etc.) But the issue is that a lot of that is heavily gender gay dating cardiff based and based in old school chivalry. Or is there a kernel of light inside my dead husk of a body?
I don't want to be NSA any more but I'm having trouble figuring out how to do it with. Can I get some tips on how to have a serious gay relationship? We have tentative plans to go out again for dinner. He tends to respond right away, should I wait longer to reply? We're both tired of using apps where guys email us nude pics, we don't want to do random hookups, and we want to take it slowly.