Gay guy dating
This book guides you from A-Z on how to date, how to avoid many of the pitfalls that gay men face while dating, and how to make a relationship last.My only major disagreement is that the author states that most gay men go through a 'slut stage' before they are ready to settle for love.If you are a total shut in and have no idea at all on how to interact with another human Not using your genitals, then perhaps this book is for you. It was a list of common sense skills people should have and be using to treat each other with respect. Someone people will be drawn to, due to the fact you are truly happy and understanding of yourself.Bottom line, this book is not worth the paper it was written on.And, of course there will be officiants who will be "licensed" to perform the ceremony to go along with the legal right.This should be a boon for churches and other religious organizations.One of the things not to say on a first date is "My father was a drunk," while Sullivan says men like to hear "Your butt is awesome," "I'm so proud of you" and "You make fabulous coffee." Sullivan's advice is more constructive when dealing with relationships: dating someone with a different HIV status; integrating your "inner teenager"; working through internalized homophobia; and suggested communication strategies for couples.The book ends with a useful resource guide that lists online matchmaking services, gay organization links and reference directories Copyright 2003 Reed Business Information, Inc.
My first thoughts: Is this book a parody and it was mislabeled? Check out "The Art of Happiness" it isn't a book that will teach you how to nail a guy, but it will show you how to be a better person.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.