“For those of us who are dating-impaired, is the perfect guidebook.Filled with practical, easy-to-follow suggestions, this book will set even the most reluctant and skeptical of daters on the road to success.” —Michael Thomas Ford, author of It’s Not Mean If It’s True and The Little Book of Neuroses See all Product description I read this book out of curiosity - as well having a bit of trouble with the dating scene.Professional counselor Sullivan supplements his breezy advice with anecdotes from his clients to coach gay readers looking for Mr. As the "101" title implies, this is a beginner's guide with Sullivan starting at the ground level ("What is a date? His baby-steps approach covers potential opening lines for small talk with strangers; a three-page list of qualities to help narrow the focus of what your Mr.
It’s difficult to pinpoint exactly when we become “ourselves.” I knew I was gay from a young age.
I didn’t have the vocabulary to understand it at the time; it was always some puzzle that I put off unraveling.
" But unfortunately for my ex as well as for all the other bisexual men and women out there, the straight and gay people who use a bisexual identity as a "halfway house" contribute to the widespread negative notion that anyone who identifies as bi is actually a flimsy, half-hearted gay man or lesbian.
It's one reason why so many bisexuals — my ex included — feel so excluded from the LGBT movement.
There didn’t seem to be any point in accepting that I was gay if I didn’t have anyone to “be gay” with—gay friends, a boyfriend, a drag mother.
Okay, I was actually terrified of drag queens back then, but now I can’t get enough.
Bars and clubs in South Africa tend to be more for fun than the future and not everyone wants to combine their romantic and professional lives.
But there is one place where it is possible to make that long-term dream a reality – and that’s online.
Sullivan's banal scripted "one-minute encounters" should encourage even the most tongue-tied that it doesn't take clever observations to open a conversation.