I want to date a guy, but I don’t have people at school to know that I’m bi. I have to ask my old gay friend, if he knows a guy my age, and if he’s married. What should I do? Please provide more details. points for the best answer If you find someone like him, then know him better. Find out what you have in common, such as sports, movies, music, or Hobbies, and then you will have something to help keep the conversation going. Remember that first he will be confident in you, and if he is confident, I will help him relax and I can be open with you. Spending time alone with him, visiting the shopping center, will be a good start, but the best will be one or another sleepy party at home. If something happens, and if it doesn’t, then at least you have a good friend in the end, then it’s a win-win situation. I don’t think your friend has that many friends your age, but whatever it takes, talk to him, you never know, he may know someone else your age who is looking for someone like you. I think asking your old gay friend is a great idea. It is extremely difficult to find gay men to keep up with them if you don’t get out of the closet. I just think your friend is gay and seeing if he knows someone his own age is ideal, otherwise meeting someone is extremely difficult. And walking while you’re still in school is hard, because people can be very average. I just became a bee and now I’m starting to date other people like me. Well, it looks like you already have one. Lucky. Since you already know someone, I guess you’re under sixteen and still a little uncomfortable.
I was in my first year, and before that, my mom showed up. Also, my best friend and his brother. Most schools have rules for bullying. So you should be safe while you’re at school.
But I plan as safely as you do
You should be able to do it. School is the last place you want to look. You know what I can do if the school finds out that it’s going to make fun of you and discriminate against you, so don’t. Child harm, violence or threats, harassment or invasion of privacy, impersonating another person or malicious, fraud or phishing, child harm, violence or threats, harassment or invasion of privacy, impersonating another person or malicious, fraud or phishing