Here are some common features to lookout for when considering how to tell if someone is a gay:
When he doesn't pay serious attention to you especially on the matters like kissing and making love and withdraws himself without any meaningful excuse.
- He always admires men, especially on the beach when they are scarcely dressed. And in clubs he prefers to dance with a guy rather than a lady. He spends more time trying to get guys’ attention.
- There's a chance to believe that he is a gay if he not only has a gay friend but also lives and shares items with friends who are gay. This is very similar to the saying: "people who have the same characteristics or beliefs often want to stay together"
- Watching a gay porn is what many guys do, some do it occasionally to clear curiosity others do it for fun, but when a guy watches series of gay porn movies at a go, he does it for sexual satisfaction.
- Does he frequently buy gifts for his good looking male friends in a way trying to gain their affection?
- If he usually engages in secret discussions with his male friends and also unnecessary eye contacts, touches and hugs with his male folks, it is a sign he may be a gay.
- He usually gets irritated when you raise a discussion on gay. Because it is what he does, he will most times not like to talk about it with you to avoid arousing your suspicion.
- Normally spends nights with whom you know do not hang out with girls. With this you can suspect he's a gay.
- Usually extremely sensitive when he's with a guy most times gets aroused, this is seen mostly when he is tipsy.
- You can always stick to your instincts, I mean what you heart tells you about someone. Because they most times don't fail you. But always remember not to judge without a concrete evidence.
Also try to answer this question: if you're a guy and someone walks up to you and says "hello sweet can I be your friend" forwarding his hand for a handshake and on looking up you discovers he's a guy, what will run through your mind? ; )
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