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It is geared at younger gay men who have not personally witnessed the first waves of AIDS.

Gay Men and HIV/AIDS The Body's index of articles on topics including transgendered people and HIV, dating for HIV-positive gay men, barebacking, issues affecting gay youth, new books, medical news, personal stories, and more.

She feels connected to the LGBT community—entitled to the connection even—and she remembers the times when no one in the movement was accepted by the mainstream, when no one thought to check her gay credentials.

“When the bigotry comes from the straight community, it’s hurtful.

In The Moment On-line soap opera produced by the City of West Hollywood about the lives of gay men in Los Angeles.

This drama that is viewed by tens of thousands of viewers online takes on the subject of HIV/AIDS in a matter-of-fact and candid way.

Now, while this doesn’t sound like some major Nelly and Kelly drama, it is to me as a newly bisexual man. So, do I leave it out and tell people in the course of online conversation?

It’s a minefield on what is a predominantly straight dating site as I just know (or assume) that if I put ‘bisexual’ on my bio, het women are going to run a mile screaming “HE SUCKS DICK AS WELL!!! Even this sounds positively terrifying, as there is a chasm between chatting to someone online and talking in the flesh and these kind of intrinsic details about yourself may be conveyed in wholly the wrong manner. I think it’s probably a topic best left for discussion in person. While this dating site is all very well if you’re looking for some quick sexual gratification in the back of a grubby Ford Focus on a Wednesday lunchtime, dating as a bisexual man is a whole different ballgame. ) from 55-year-old men who obviously missed the bit where I put a maximum age of 40.

These mobile dating apps employ global positioning system technology to facilitate connections with other users based on their current location.

That is, women may think I’m just hitting them up for some kind of Sean Cody-esque gangbang. Not that it really matters, anyway, as the number of online conversations I’ve had in six months has rocketed to the dizzy heights of two. The other bisexual men (in my experience) tend to all be anonymous and only there so they can chat to you about what you’d do to their wives as they were doing something to you, while concurrently they have a Barclays at the other end. There’s also probably the whole ‘Bi Now, Gay Later’ thing going on – if you need that translating, it means many gay and lesbian people think us bis are merely on a ‘journey’ towards all-out ‘gayness’, like some desperate contestant who really can’t sing but has been put through to Judges’ Houses for the humiliation-led humour of it all. THEN, there’s the even more terrifying platform of social media.

Most probably with their wives asleep next to them. No-one ever seems to approach you for a genuine ‘date’; although I don’t think putting “You probably won’t like me” as my header helps. Few gay men in my age bracket approach me, which that head of mine (again) tells me is because I’m bisexual. For example: I’ve got back in touch with someone I was good friends with during my teenage years.

One-third (38.0%) of the men reported using these mobile apps to meet new sexual partners, and one-fifth (18.5%) used them to “kill time” when bored.

Men reporting currently being in a relationship were less likely to report using these mobile apps to meet other MSM to date or to find a boyfriend or romantic partner, but more likely to report using these mobile apps to meet other MSM to have sex, X=12.1, P=.016.