College bisexual dating
Some people choose to explore same gender sexual experiences while in college.
A first same-sex experience can either be a wowing confirmation of your emotional attractions, not at all what you expected, or a little bit of both.
Months later, when I did come out, I found that most of them didn't care at all.
I wasted great bonding time and denied myself some wonderful experiences by not being myself.
When I did meet my first boyfriend, it was in the most unlikely of places – a club I'd joined.
It wasn't a gay club, but there were gay guys in it. I became more and more eager to find a man before I met my first boyfriend.
Tired of having no one to talk with about my sexuality, I did everything I could to befriend him. And while it paid off and I had a new gay friend, I think I should have explored more.
There were many gay and gay-friendly groups on campus that I could have joined.
Usually, the best dating situations happen in the most unlikely of circumstances. Just like making gay friends, it's best to get out there and explore social or academic options on campus.
Take your time when you're exploring the physical aspects of your sexuality.
There's no rush and a prize doesn't go to the quickest explorer. Get to know the person, get proof of his HIV status, practice safe sex and always keep your safety in mind.
These suggestions can help you make the best out of your college or high school experience.
College is much less insular than high school campuses can be, but both can be great times to express yourself and explore your interests.